DIY: Sparkly Blue Lacy Crocheted Infinity Scarf with Free Pattern

DIY: Sparkly Blue Lacy Crocheted Infinity Scarf with Free Pattern  DIY: Sparkly Blue Lacy Crocheted Infinity Scarf with Free Pattern    DIY: Sparkly Blue Lacy Crocheted Infinity Scarf with Free PatternDIY: Sparkly Blue Lacy Crocheted Infinity Scarf with Free Pattern

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

Supplies

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

Needle

DIY: Sparkly Blue Lacy Crocheted Infinity Scarf with Free Pattern

Directions

Ch 34.

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!

 

Terms

Ch – chain

Dc – double crochet

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7 comments

  1. Jenny says:

    I had to click on this when I saw it in the Yarn Fanatic Party – The color caught my eye immediately, and the beads make it even more beautiful – I like simple patterns that look this lovely…Very good work!
    Jenny from crochetistheway.blogspot.com

  2. Alexandra says:

    What a cute little scarf – I am a sucker for anything with a granny square like pattern! While it may not be the best for the Canadian winters, perhaps in the Summer you’ll find more use for it 😉
    Thank you for sharing this at our Yarn Fanatic Linky Party last week, and I hope you’ll stop by to party with us again soon!
    #27 is live – http://eyeloveknots.blogspot.com/2015/03/yarn-fanatic-linky-party-27.html.
    Will be sharing this with my EyeLoveKnots fans on Facebook tomorrow morning.

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