Snowy Ridges Scarf or Infinity


Snowy Ridges Scarf or Infinity

Snowy Ridges Scarf or Infinity
Snowy Ridges Scarf or Infinity

"The Snowy Ridges Scarf or Infinity offers the perfect warmth for a winter scarf and bonus! it is extremely quick to work up making it the perfect choice for a Christmas gift! You will love the whimsical design on one side with the fun twist of the corkscrew stitch and the rigid pattern on the back that will add that thick layer perfect for the coldest of winters! This pattern offers photo samples, video and written tutorials making this simple as can be! In the video you will see I use a specialty Peruvian Highland Wool, however, I have now worked up several of these scarves with different fibers. The written along with the video, details the several different options of fibers that can be purchased at many local stores."


Crochet HookM/13 or 9 mm hook, N/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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Wow this Snowy Ridges Scarf or Infinity is great! Plus I learned a new stitch, the corkscrew stitch is so cool looking, and it isn't hard to do. I made a swatch using this pattern and I love the way it looks. I so have to make this scarf and come up with some other things with the corkscrew stitch. It looks so sweet, I think anything will look great with it. This pattern makes a nice looking and warm scarf that is a must here in the North. Thank you so much for sharing this free scarf pattern.

No, I won't need this here in Florida but my great niece in Zmontana will surly thank me for it. The stitches are very unusual but not difficult at all. They are in writing, pictures and a video. You can't say you didn't get how to do it. There are ideas and tips on yarn also. This is a great idea!

Thank you mulberrygalprinces s! I hope I covered it all =D I almost started working one up for my daughter in Florida.. until she reminded me that she probably wouldn't use it... lol. Your niece will love it!


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