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Frosted Berry Infinity Scarf
"This free crochet pattern is warm enough for winter, but airy and colorful enough for you to at least start thinking about spring! Using a simple stitch repeat, you will be able to make this scarf in no time! It takes just one skein of Caron Tea Cakes or approx. 204 yards of your favorite Super Bulky Weight (Category 6) yarn. Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick would also work well for this project!"
Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook
Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)
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Nov 18, 2018
I like scarves like this, thick and bulky. It has full of texture and can appropriately protect you from the cold. I also like the color of the yarn although there are other good colors that is suited for cowls and scarves.
Nov 16, 2018
Scarves are a winter passion of mine - I have them in all shapes and sizes - and a really chunky, cuddly infinity scarf is the ultimate for me so this Frosted Berry Infinity Scarf is going to be just PERFECT! I have exactly the right yarn and am going to start crocheting it tonight. Can already feel the snugness around my neck ))
Nov 03, 2018
I love this frosted berry infinity scarf. The colors are so pretty together. I am having trouble bringing up the pattern, so I will have to try again later. I will also have to decide what color I want to use. There are so many out there, I will probably be making more than one.
Feb 18, 2018
I can thoroughly understand the designers need for some color at this time of year. Were about to hit Mud Month, and while we might see a few spikes of green, the landscape is still mostly brown. I like the designers choice of color, but I think I might choose something even brighter. Santa managed to slip a few gift cards into my stocking this past Christmas, and its about time I dusted them off.
Feb 12, 2018
Boy, she's got some GREAT designs that I am really loving right now. Now this particular infinity scarf looks exactly like a bouquet of fresh lilacs cut right from the tree. It is beautiful! And what an easy pattern to follow, with an option to leave it open as a traditional scarf, too. I haven't used the Caron Tea Cakes or Big Cakes yet. I better get on it before they discontinue them.
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