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Striped Raspberry Crochet Infinity Scarf

Striped Raspberry Crochet Infinity Scarf
Striped Raspberry Crochet Infinity Scarf
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Nothing completes an outfit like the perfect scarf. This striped crochet infinity scarf with its lace pattern amps up the style with its attractive detail. Forget the boring, monotone colors of winter and spice up your cold weather fashion with the variety of colors that this accessory offers. The colors can be changed to suit your personality, and it would make a great birthday or Christmas gift for a loved one. This project also includes a video tutorial with step-by-step instructions, so it is a great way to learn to crochet a scarf from the beginning!


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size7.5 inches wide with a 39 inch circumference (but you can make it whatever length you want)

Materials List

  • 3 balls Knit Picks Capra DK (you can substitute yarn if you need to, just choose a yarn that recommends an I/5.5 mm hook)
  • I (5.5 mm) crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
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I see that it is actually three different balls of yarn/colors that make up this scarf. Yes you can get a very customizeable scarf this way, but these days they've got this thing called yarn cakes -) No fastening off and changing colors and no weaving in ends. You also get a great color scheme already figured out for you! It IS a great short cut, in my opinion.

This looks like another one of those cake projects, but it actually uses three separate colors of yarn. I prefer that anyway because sometimes I want color combinations that arent available in the cakes. The simple instructions for the lacy texture are easy to follow, and since its worked across the width, you can make it as long as youd like. There is a nice instructional video, too.

This is a simply beautiful striped raspberry crochet infinity scarf. I love the colors and it will be a wonderful addition to any wardrobe. The open weave to me means that I can wear it and not be too warm and certainly over outerwear and still be fashionable.

I really love these colors paired together. They work very well with one another. I also love the stitch pattern. It makes the cowl open and lacy, but not so much that it wouldn't still be warm. I also love working with lighter yarn and dk is still heavy enough to where it won't take you forever to finish. This looks like it should be quick to work up.I can't wait to make this.

Now all I need is a raspberry beret to wear with my raspberry crochet infinity scarf. I love this and was hoping the technique used to crochet it had a name. After reading of the directions, I guess it does not have a particular name to create this effect. The stripes are what make it really stand out.

What a lovely Striped Raspberry Crochet Infinity Scarf this is. After reading the pattern I can whip up these quite quickly. The pattern is very well written and so easy to understand, great for any level of crocheters. The color choices are the best and will make great gifts for the fall and cool summer nights. I know it's on my to make list. Thank you so much for this free crochet pattern.


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