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Free Pattern Friday (On Sunday): Super Easy Infinity Scarf

I really enjoy committing to do something and not following through with it. Not. I really wanted to start posting a free pattern every Friday or at least most Fridays. This past Friday, I was dealing with the plague (not the actual plague just one that comes along with working with kids on a daily basis). Anyways. I was feeling terribly sick up until about two hours ago. I was supposed to be working on another American Flag Afghan, but I could barely hold my hook let alone something that heavy. 

I really wanted to post a pattern before the weekend was over so I worked up this one. I love infinity scarves. They are so easy to wear and very versatile. Back in December, I had someone order four infinity scarves. I needed to work them up quickly and didn't want to use bulky yarn like a lot of patterns I found needed. This took about an hour or so to work up. (I think I watched about 1 and 1/4 episodes of House on Netflix while I was working on it.) I have only used worsted weight yarn, but I'm sure it would work with just about anything.

Super Easy Infinity Scarf

Materials Needed:
N (9.00mm) hook
Yarn needle

Yarn Needed:
About 3.5 oz worsted weight
(I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby. My skein was 7 oz, and I used a little less than half.)

CH - chain
DC - double crochet
SP - space
ST - stitch

CH 151
Row 1: In fifth CH from hook, DC, CH 1. *Skip next ST. DC in next ST, CH1.* Repeat from * to * until end of chain. CH 4, turn.
Row 2: DC in first CH1 SP and every CH1 SP across.
Row 3-9: Repeat Row 2.
At the end of Row 9, fasten off leaving long tail for sewing. Whip stitch short ends together. Weave in ends.

This is the scarf flat.

This is the scarf doubled over.
If you don't know how to whip stitch, here's a pretty good video tutorial.

I told you it was super easy! Feel free to sell the items you make from this pattern. Just don't sell or reproduce this pattern as your own. If you do share this pattern make sure you link back to this blog.

Happy hooking!


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