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Northern Lights Infinity Scarf

By: Tonya from thecraftymummy.com

Variegated yarn creates the beautiful colors that inspired the name for this Northern Lights Infinity Scarf. This free crochet scarf pattern works up quickly using just a few skeins of yarn. Add this pretty accessory to your wardrobe if you need something that will add a nice pop of color to any outfit. Wear it loose if the weather is nice, or wrap it around your neck a few times if it's cold. This easy crochet infinity scarf pattern is quick to work up and is always on-trend.

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Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

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I really like this northern lights infinity scarf. I know using the treble stitch will aid in the quickness of getting this project complete. In addition to the treble stitch used, the type of yarn suggested will also lend itself to a beautiful scarf without a lot of weaving in of the ends. Thanks for this pattern.

The directions for this particular infinity scarf is so easy. There is no way anyone could not come out on the other end with a beautiful infinity scarf that everyone will be wanting one of. The colors change on there own and you just have to crochet and then join. Great beginner project.

Electrifying is what I wanna describe this scarf because of the electric blue shade of yarn used. I've always loved blue especially this electric blue or royal blue shade. But this Northern Lights Infinity Scarf is so beautifully combined in different shades of blue, green and brown resulting to an elegant master piece. Can't wait to make this for my own personal use.

I love this pattern. It is another pattern that allows you to use up those leftover balls of yarn from other projects.

This scarf is gorgeous. Its looks so snuggly and warm. I love the look of it and it is so practical to wear. It includes a wonderful tutorial. The colors are so calming the way the blues blend with the other colors. It looks like it would work up quickly with the bulky yarn.

So very pretty. I can almost feel the softness just by looking at it. Am I to understand that this is a variegated yarn and self-striping? It is a great color combination, if that is the case! All you do is alternate between single crochet rows and triple crochet rows. I don't believe the gauge is all that important.

This scarf pattern will be a perfect project to start next since I am trying to use up my smaller portions of yarn. I like the method to create the infinity part of the scarf without having to join the ends after the first row.

Easy and so cool

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