Edge infinity scarf
Now that we have reached the start of cold months approaching I felt it was time for a scarf. I didn’t want just any scarf I wanted one to keep me warm and give me a bit of style while wearing it. So I came up with the Infinity edge scarf.
Why did I give it such a name you ask? Well, the name says it all One side of the scarf has a shell stitch border which I added in a popping color. Giving me a great texture and a bit of an edgy style to wear. I felt like it was different and makes it stand out.
I hope you all enjoy. Below is the written instruction on how to create your very own.
Lion brand – Heartland with Gray and Red
Size J crochet hook (6mm)
SC- Single Crochet
DC- Double Crochet
ST- Stitch Sts- Stitches
SLST- Slip Stitch
Chain 180 (multiples of 3)
Round 1: Ch 1 and turn
Round 2: SC in the 3rd Ch from the hook. Sc in each ch across. Ch 3 turn
Round 3: DC In each St across. Ch 3 turn
Round 4: In the 3rd Ch from the hook DC 1, Ch 1, Dc1 in the same stitch (this will create a V-stitch) SK 2 Sts. DC 1, Ch1, DC 1 in the same stitch repeat till the last St. In the last St Dc1. Ch 3 turn.
Round 5: In every (V) St DC 3. Repeat this across. DC 1 in the last St. Ch1, turn
Round 6: Sc in each stitch across. Ch 3 turn Repeat from Round four to six until you reach the width of the scarf. Seam the scarf together. Image below
Now for the border Now adding the red yarn Sc in the first St then Ch 2 (This will create your double crochet for your clusters.) In the next St DC 5 in the same st. SK 1 Sc in the next 2 Sts. SK 1 then DC 6 in the same stitch. SK 1 Sc in the next 2 Sts. SK 1 DC 6 in the same Stitch. Repeat till the end. In the very last St you will only have 1 Sc. Slst and tie off. Hope you enjoy. Any question, please feel free to contact me.
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