The Shades of Pink Infinity Scarf is a free crochet pattern at Nana’s Crafty Home! Part of the Underground Crafter’s Christmas in July Make a Long Event — 31 days of of Crafty Fun hosted by Underground Crafter!
The Shades of Pink Scarf is made with just one ball of Lion Brand’s Neck’s Best Thing*, this scarf is easy, fun and works up quickly! Perfect for Christmas gifts or even a gift to yourself. 😉
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This was the first time I had the opportunity to use Neck’s Best Thing but you can be sure it won’t be my last! Oh my goodness this yarn is so squishy and soft — perfect for wearables! I do not like scratchy things around my neck and even though this yarn is 10% wool it doesn’t feel scratchy to me at all!
The fiber content is 90% acrylic and 10% wool. The weight is listed as a 3 (light) and one ball contains 5.3 oz / 525 yards. The self-striping ombre effect of this yarn is perfect with this pattern as well. There are 6 different color ways available and I would love to see this scarf in each one!
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Yarn substitutions are fine with this pattern as well — gauge isn’t important — and I think it would look fantastic in all kinds of yarn! Perfect to use up some of the self-striping cakes you may already have on hand.
The stitches are a simple repeat of v-stitches and puff stitches which create a lovely and textured piece.
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Shades of Pink Infinity Scarf
Pattern written in US crochet terminology
Approximate finished size: 8” wide x 28” long lying flat (56” around)
Gauge: 9 puff + v-stitches & 10 rows = 4”
ch = chain
yo = yarn over
st = stitch
dc = double crochet
sk = skip
puff = Puff Stitch see special stitch section below
sp = space
Notes about pattern:
- ch 3 at beginning of each row counts as 1st st.
- resize: stitch pattern is worked in multiples of 6 + 2, plus 3 for the foundation chain.
- Puff st (puff): *yo, insert hook as directed, yo, pull up a loop,* repeat between * * 3 more times, yo, pull through all loops on hook, ch 1 to close the stitch.
- v-stitch: (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) worked in same st
Row 1: ch 47, in 4th ch from hook (skipped chains count as 1st st) work (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc), *sk 2 ch, 1 puff in next ch, sk 2 ch, (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in next ch,* repeat between * * to last ch, 1 dc in last ch. Turn
Row 2: ch 3 (counts as 1st st), sk first dc, *puff st in next ch 2 sp (v-stitch from previous row), sk next dc, (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in top of next puff, sk next dc,* repeat between * * to last ch 2 sp, 1 puff in last ch 2 sp, sk 1 dc, 1 dc in top of ch 3. Turn
Row 3: ch 3, *(1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in top of first puff st, sk next dc, puff st in next ch 2 sp, sk next dc,* repeat between * * to last puff, (1 dc, ch 2, 1 dc) in top of puff st, dc in top of ch 3. Turn
Row 4 – 134: Continue repeating rows 2-3. Be sure to fasten off after a row 2 so your rows will line up after sewing ends together.
Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.
Place two ends of scarf together forming a circle, sew ends together.
Weave in ends.