Ginger Snap Infinity Scarf

Ginger Snap Infinity Scarf

Say hello to your new go-to crocheted scarf. The Ginger Snap Infinity Scarf is almost as yummy as ginger snap cookies fresh out of the oven. Only two skeins of bulky weight yarn are needed to work up this quick crochet scarf. This free crochet pattern is worked in alternating rows of puff stitches and double crochet stitches, which creates unique texture and a pretty stitch sequence. We love the beautiful burnt orange color shown here, but any color yarn can be used.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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This is a nice versatile scarf that is lacy enough for a woman, but universal enough for a man, and is sure to become a wardrobe staple. The alternating rows of Puff Stitches give it a nice structured look without it being too boring. The scarf is worked across the width, so theres only a two row repeat. Be sure to check out that embedded video, too.

I love this colour! The pattern is so simple but well put together where it looks sophisticated. Bulky yarn I sometimes feel that it gets to stiff but with this pattern it's quite flexible. The colour is such a beautiful fall colour but for the Now winter and up and coming spring I'm leaning towards a more neutral colour like creams or even pastel colours for when spring officially hits a pale green is probably the next colour I'll grab for this one !

Thank you so much. My sis is a teacher and wears stuff like this all the time. Thanks to you she will now get a Christmas gift she will for sure love!

Very cute. My sis is a teacher and loves stuff like this. Thanks to you, her Christmas present is on the make as we speak! Thanks again, rae

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