This is an easy but lacy and elegant infinity scarf that I crocheted with only one skein of fingering-weight yarn. To make the scarf a bit more fancy, I added beads for a bit of sparkle and shine. And since this scarf is rather lightweight and lacy, it’s not the best for bundling up against Canadian winters (it’s supposed to go down to -34C tonight with the windchill). However, the sparkle of the beads makes this infinity scarf great for keeping warm at the office or at the theatre. I chose dark blue iridescent glass beads that catch the light and give off some glints of blue, green and purple.
Ryan normally uses one scarf all winter, and it’s acrylic. I offered to make him a warm scarf from wool, but he politely declined. He says one scarf is more than enough. I’m more of the idea that you need a scarf that goes with every coat, jacket and outfit, and which doesn’t clash with your hat!
Sparkly Blue Lacy Crocheted Infinity Scarf with Free Pattern
1 skein fingering weight yarn (approximately 200m; I used Marks & Kattens Alpaca Silk, 70% alpaca, 30% silk)
3.0 mm crochet hook
Thread that matches the colour of your yarn
310 glass beads that match or complement the colour of your yarn
Row 1) Dc in 4th chain from hook, dc in each of next 2 ch, *ch 3, skip next 3 ch, dc in each of next 3 ch; repeat from * across to within last 4 ch, ch 3, skip next 3 ch, dc in last ch, turn.
Row 2) Ch 3 (counts as dc), skip first dc, *3dc in next ch-3 loop, ch 3; repeat from * across to last ch-3 loop, dc in 3rd ch of turning ch, turn.
Rows 3 – 145 ) Repeat row 2 until your scarf is 140 cm long, and you have about a 50cm tail of yarn left.
Single crochet the ends of the scarf together to make an infinity loop.
To embellish the infinity scarf, sew individual glass beads throughout the scarf. I sewed them onto the dc clusters on the diagonal, alternating every diagonal row. Finish off ends, and you’re done!
Ch – chain
Dc – double crochet
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