This is a quick and easy infinity scarf. I made a bunch of them last winter. They are cozy and warm with an interesting stitch pattern.
Here's a close up of the stitches.
You can wear it long or easily double it around your neck for more warmth.
• U.S. N-9.00MM crochet hook
• 2 skeins of Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick or other “6” Super bulky yarn
• Tapestry needle for sewing in the ends
• 7 dc= 4 inches
• ch= chain
• tc= treble crochet
• cluster= yarn over, insert hook into the stitch/space indicated, yarn over and pull through the stitch/space, yarn over, insert hook into the same stitch/space indicated, yarn over and pull through the stitch/space, yarn over, insert hook into the same stitch/space indicated, yarn over and pull through the stitch/space, yarn over, pull through all 7 loops on your hook
• sl st= slip stitch
• 7” wide x 55” around
1: Tc in the 6th chain (beginning 5 count as a tc) from the hook and in each across (13 tc).
2: Ch 5, skip 1st two stitches, *cluster in the next, ch 2, skip next stitch*. Repeat from * to *. Make one more cluster in the top ch of the row below (6 clusters).
3: Ch 5, *cluster in the 1st ch space of the row below, ch 2*. Repeat from * to * in each ch space across. Make one more cluster in the top ch of the row below (6 clusters).
4: Ch 5 (counts as a tc), tc in the first stitch, *tc in the sp of the row below, tc in the 2nd ch after the cluster*. Repeat from * to *. Make last tc in top ch of row below (13 tc).
Repeat row 2 through 4 until your scarf measures 60 inches (or the desired length). End on a row 4 the whipstitch then ending row to the beginning row to create an infinity scarf.
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