Wednesday, October 2, 2013

SUBTLE CHEVRON INFINITY SCARF.


Finished my chunky fall scarf! It's all black with a very subtile chevron texture change if you look closely. Pattern Below.







Subtile Chevron Infinity Scarf
Skill Level: Beginner
Materials:
  • Black Yarn
  • 9.00 MM crochet hook
Scarf
ch 40
Row 1-15: working in front loops, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in the next 9 ch, 3 sc in next ch, sc in 8 ch, sk 2 ch, sc in 8 ch, 3 sc in next ch, sc in 8 ch, sc 2 in next stitch, chain 2 - turn

Row 16-30: working in back loops, sc in 2nd ch from hook and in the next 9 ch, 3 sc in next ch, sc in 8 ch, sk 2 ch, sc in 8 ch, 3 sc in next ch, sc in 8 ch, sc 2 in next stitch, chain 2 - turn

Repeat rows 1-30 until you reach desired length. Connect ends with a row of sc.

Trim:
Row 1-2: sc in row ends around entire scarf on both sides. 2 rows both sides.

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20 comments:

  1. When working in the front loops only, what do you when you turn the project? Will I switch to working in the back loops since this will be the front of the project?

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  2. For this project I kept working in back loops only even after turning, it gives the texture shift for these rows.

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  3. How much yarn and what weight did you use?

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  4. I really like this pattern but for some reason when I turn and do the second row I get to the last sc 2 in next stitch before you chain two but I still have about 2 chains left to go. Is that suppose to be right or should I be working up until the last stitch of that row?

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    1. I have the same problem! So confusing!

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  5. For this pattern I used some left over yarn from Caron® One Pound. Link below:

    http://www.michaels.com/Caron%C2%AE-One-Pound/nw0614,default,pd.html

    When you turn you will have two extra chains this will give a zig zag edge and is the reason I did a trim on this. You should not be working to the last stitch of the row or it will make the edge uneven and add stitches.

    Let me know if you guys have any more questions. I'm no professional and these are some of the first patterns I've written, so I kinda make it up as I go along.

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  6. Thanks for this pattern! I just finished mine, and it turned out great!

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  7. Yay olivia9118! Would love to see pics sometime!

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  8. I love infinity scarves!! I am definitely going to give this a try!! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Does it wrap around your neck twice?

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  10. Yes it does wrap around twice. If I made it again I'd make it a little shorter

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  11. what is your policy on selling finished products using your pattern? I absolutely adore this pattern!

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    1. Do you mean using this pattern to create and sell scarves? I don't mind at all, I wish I had the time to do so myself. Please just link me when you post them cause I'd love to see it! I really appreciate you asking first. :)

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  12. What are the measurements of this scarf, please?

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  13. Thanks for sharing! As a beginner like you, I can easily follow your tutorial. Your infinity scarf is really good. Thanks. Infinity scarf, really can be worn in any season and occasion. No place, age, occasion, season’s limitation – infinity scarf is infinity.

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  14. Thanks for sharing! I love the creativity! For the trim - do you single crochet in ONLY the ends of the rows? Not the two extra stitches that created the zig zag end? Could you present a closer picture of the trim of your scarf?

    Thanks!

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  15. Please, why half of the scarf is worked in the front loops and the other half in back loops? Can I work in back loops all the way?

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  16. Marion - if you work in back and front loops it creates a texture to the chevron. You can work it all in back loops if you like. Happy crocheting!

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  17. Question. When I turn to work on the second row do I still start from the 2nd chain from the hook?

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  18. Hi! I know you mentioned the brand of yarn you used, but do you know what size yarn? was it 4/medium / worsted weight / bulky / etc.? Thank you!

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