Periwinkle Infinity Scarf

Periwinkle Infinity Scarf
Periwinkle Infinity Scarf

Two strands of yarn are worked together to create this Periwinkle Infinity Scarf. The double crochet stitch is worked in rows with the finished product measuring 65 inches around and 8 inches wide, depending on how tight or loose you crochet. Crocheted scarves are great accessories to any outfit and can be given as handmade gifts to just about anyone. Use a solid color or variegated yarn to get the look you want.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)

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No video tutorial necessary! I think it's explained pretty well in the written directions from Hopeful Honey -) Her designs are feminine, yet modern. I am a fan of hers, for sure. This pattern is enough of a challenge to keep me interested as I go, but it won't discourage me from completing it!

How pretty is this scarf pattern!!! I'm glad it is labeled an easy pattern. The directions look very nice to follow. I think I'll try to make it up in the poppy colored yarn since it'll look great against my black coat! The Catherine Wheel stitch will be a new one to add to my collection and that always increases the fun too. Thanks for the new stitch and a free pattern!

If youre unfamiliar with the Catherine Wheel Stitch, this project is the perfect way to learn. The designer provides a written explanation but do yourself a favor and watch the video FIRST. The stitch is not difficult and the pattern repetitive once you work the first few rows. Because of the way the Catherine Wheel needs to be constructed, the scarf is worked in rows rather than rounds, then joined when finished.

Love the blue shade used in this Periwinkle Infinity Scarf. Two strands of yarn were used in this scarf so this must be super chunky. It says double crochet stitches were worked in rows and maybe some special stitches were done along the way producing an intricate design and a sophisticated look. You can make this scarf in a solid color or variegated color yarn of your choice

This is so pretty. I am going to make for my granddaughter who just left for Chico State in Sacramento area. It gets pretty cold up there compared to So Cal. Thanks for sharing.

This is so beautiful, I am looking for a chunky cowl scarf that can also be pulled up over the head and this looks like t will! I will crochet this and let you know! Thanks for sharing the pattern!

Love this look. Will try it in a light weight yarn for spring and summer. Thank you for the pattern.


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