I have a new pattern to share today for my Chevron Infinity Scarf. I saw a similar scarf for sale on Etsy months ago but it had been sold and there wasn’t a pattern available for purchase. So after having it in the back of my mind for months, I finally tried my hand at making my own.
Here is what I came up with! You can use any combination of colors that you’d like. I wanted something bright and was going for kind of tribal/Azteca colors. I don’t think the colors looked exactly “tribally” together, but I still love the result. I chose 7 colors and crocheted them in a random order. I used the random stripe generator to get started and then made up my own scheme after I got started. So, pick out some colors and follow my pattern instructions below. Have fun!
Chevron Infinity Scarf
Difficulty: Easy – Great beginner project!
Stitches used: ch and sc
Hook: G (4.25mm)
Yarn: Worsted Weight in various colors to achieve your desired look. I used a combination of Loops and Threads Impeccable and Vanna’s Choice. Sorry, but I don’t know the yardage for this project. That also differs on the length you choose to make it.
Yarn needle for weaving in ends.
*The drape is a little stiff with a G hook, so you may want to try a larger one, like an I. I was hoping it would soften up with wear, but it’s still a bit stiffer than I’d like after having worn several times over a few weeks.
*Start and end with the same color to help hide the join when you attach the two ends together in a circle at the end.
*To make the scarf wider, extend the length of the chain in increments of 8 (so instead of 32, chain 40 or 48).
*Crocheting over the ends is a real time saver since there can be a lot of ends to weave in if you change colors as often as I did. Just hold the tails behind your work along the top of the stitches from the previous rows. When you make your stitches, insert the hook under the stitch indicated and include those tails. You’ll work right over them and they’ll disappear like magic!
Row 1: 1sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1sc in next 6 chs, 3sc in next ch, 1sc in next 7 chs, sk next ch, 1sc in next 7 chs, 3sc in next ch, 1sc in next 7 chs to end. Turn.
Row 2: Ch1, 1sc in 1st sc, sk 1 st, 1sc in next 6 sts, 3sc in next st, 1 sc in next 7 sts, sk 2 sts, 1 sc in next 7 sts, 3sc in next st, 1sc in next 6 sts, sk 1 st, 1sc in last st. Turn.
Repeat Row 2 until scarf is desired length, changing colors as little or as often as you’d like to achieve your desired color scheme.
Join the two ends together to make a circle. You can sew them together or crochet them. I chose to crochet them together with slip stitch. It’s a little funky, because you have to hold the ends at an angle to match up the peaks and valleys of the chevrons as you go along.
Fasten off and weave in ends. You’re done!
I hope you’ve enjoyed my pattern and will make your own scarf soon!
Go………create something beautiful today!
PS…I am linking up this post over at Hookin On Hump Day at My Merry Messy Life. Go check out all the other fun projects that have been linked up to the party!