Precious Jewels Infinity Scarf Crochet

 

Crochet Precious Jewels Infinity Scarf

This is a gorgeous lightweight, colourful infinity scarf that is perfect for the changing of seasons. It is worked using the solid double crochet rows and the filet mesh stitch to create this effective scarf. The yarn that I used, Moda Vera Fayette in Jewel Mix, inspired me to name this scarf the precious jewels infinity scarf. With the lovely colour changes in the yarn, it makes the perfect scarf to add colour to any outfit that you wear.

To find out how to crochet this scarf please see the written pattern, stitch diagram and YouTube Tutorial below.

Abbreviations (US Terminology)

Ch – Chain
Sc – Single Crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
Sk – Skip
Sp – Space
Rep – Repeat
Sl Knot – Slip Knot

What You’ll Need

1 x ball of Moda Vera Fayette; 60% wool and 40% Polyamide; 8ply or DK yarn; 100g or 3.53oz; 250m or 273 yards in 1 ball
– I used the colourway Jewel Mix
4mm crochet hook or G/6 hook
Tapestry Needle
Scissors

Sizing/ Measurements

Precious Jewels Infinity Scarf measures approx. 172 cm or 68 inches in length and 16 cm or 6 inches wide

Diagram of the Precious Jewels Infinity Scarf stitch pattern

Precious Jewels Infinity Scarf –  Free Crochet Pattern

Make a sl knot and ch 27

Rows 1-5 are the solid dc rows
Row 1: Dc 1 into 3rd ch from hook, dc 1 in each ch along, turn work at end of row 1 (25 Dc)
Row 2: Ch 2, dc 1 into 1st st, dc 1 in each st along, turn work at end of each row (25 Dc)
Row 3-5: Repeat row 2 (25 Dc for each row)

Rows 6-10 are the filet mesh stitch rows
Row 6: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc and 1 ch), dc 1 into 3rd st, *ch 1, sk 1 st, dc 1 into next st*, rep * to * along, dc 1 into last st, turn work at end of row 6 (13 Dc and 12 ch)
Row 7-10: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc and 1 ch), sk 1 ch sp, dc 1 into next st, *ch 1, sk 1 ch sp, dc 1 into st*, rep * to * along, dc 1 into last st, turn work at end of each row (13 Dc and 12 ch)

Rows 11-15 are the solid dc rows
Row 11: Ch 2, dc 1 into 1st st, then dc 1 in each ch 1 sp, dc 1 in each st along, turn work at end of each row (25 Dc)
Row 12: Ch 2, dc 1 into 1st st, dc 1 in each st along, turn work at end of each row (25 Dc)
Row 13-15: Repeat row 12 (25 Dc for each row)

Rows 16-20 are the filet mesh stitch rows
Row 16: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc and 1 ch), dc 1 into 3rd st, *ch 1, sk 1 st, dc 1 into next st*, rep * to * along, dc 1 into last st, turn work at end of row 16 (13 Dc and 12 ch)
Row 17-20: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc and 1 ch), sk 1 ch sp, dc 1 into next st, *ch 1, sk 1 ch sp, dc 1 into st*, rep * to * along, dc 1 into last st, turn work at end of each row (13 Dc and 12 ch)

Repeat rows 11-20 for another 10 more times (120 rows in total) or until the scarf measures approx. 172 cm or 68 inches in length. Make sure you end with row 20.

Row 121: Now ch 1, turn work, sc 1 in each st along (25 Sc)

Using a tapestry needle and yarn to seam the bottom and top of the scarf together to make an infinity scarf.

Weave in all ends using a tapestry needle to finish the scarf.

 

If you required extra help please watch the YouTube Tutorial below

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YouTube Tutorial

 

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