Gray Skies Chevron Infinity Scarf

Gray Skies Chevron Infinity Scarf

Gray Skies Chevron Infinity Scarf
Gray Skies Chevron Infinity Scarf

"Easy to make giant chevron infinity scarf done with single crochets worked in the back loop. For the 2 single crochets in last stitch of the row, work the 1 single crochets in the back loop and the 2nd single crochet through both loops. The scarf is joined together after completion to form an infinity scarf, but it really looks cute as a regular scarf as well. Vanna's Choice yarn makes it nice and toasty."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Oh so beautiful and elegant, this Gray Skies Chevron Infinity Scarf. I thought I've seen those uniquely designed scarves but I'm always surprised to see novel designs. I want to try this pattern, and do it in difference combinations. Can't wait.

1st correction I thought I've seen all the uniquely designed scarves.... 2nd correction ...and do it in different combinations.

This scarf would make a great Christmas gift. It would be a great way to add some fun pattern to your outfit, and the colors are perfect for winter.

This scarf pattern is very unique. I have never seen the chevron stitch used on a scarf before. By the picture it looks like a tight stitch which would make this a very warm scarf for use in very cold weather. I like working with Vannas Choice yarn but I dont need a scarf that is this heavy weight for myself.

I like this chevron infinity scarf. A chevron stitch infinity is a pretty rare thing. It is not a stitch that you would normally consider using when working up an infinity scarf, but here we are! A great color combination for a neutral with a lot of pizzazz. I would even like to add just a touch of fringe to this. That might even cut down on having to sew in all those ends!


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