Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Super Easy Infinity Scarf Free Tutorial

Super Easy Infinity Scarf Free Tutorial

By AnnooCrochet Designs


Pumpkins, New England foliage colors, dark wood...all theses colors can be found in this super easy Infinity Scarf I created for you....Once you get the gist on how to achieve the twist at the beginning....it is all a breeze from there!



You will Need:

Red Heart Boutique Treasure in Tapestry, 2 skeins.
Crochet hook 5.5mm
Scissors

Tapestry Needle


Stiches used:
ch: chain
sc: single crochet
dc: double crochet
Sk st: skip stitch

Pattern:


ch 160 st,

sl st with first ch, making sure you are twisting your chain, to create the Mobius (infinity) effect, so not this way........but

This way.....
  1. Definition of MÖBIUS STRIP. : a one-sided surface that is constructed from a rectangle by holding one end fixed, rotating the opposite end through 180 degrees, and joining it to the first end. 

Round 1: ch8,

sk 3 st,

dc in next st,

[ch4, sk 3 st, dc in next st] all around


sl st with first ch4
Your work will look like so...see the twist?



Round 2: 
ch, sc ch 4 from previous round

ch8, 
dc in ch4 from previous round, 

ch4

[dc in ch4 from prevous round, ch4]Repeat all around
 sl st with ch4
Round 3 -27: continue in same pattern as round 2


Fasten off, sew in all tails
Voila!!! You did it!!!!

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2 comments:

  1. Cant wait to try this! I love cowls and am always looking for new ideas:) Thanks for sharing your crochet talent! I love all your pins and follow you:)

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  2. I finally got it! I understand the TWIST �� in a Mobius scarf and how to make it! Thanks so much! Love the scarf! I have exactly 2 Skeins of Treasures in the Abstract colorway. Its my first time using this yarn and I'm not sure what to do with it. I was looking for ideas and literally stumbled over this pattern. I've been here before, and thank you again! Really like your blog. �� ��

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