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Easy Textured Scarf

October 13, 2017

When I say this Easy Textured Scarf is easy, I’m not kidding! This is an infinity scarf and is perfect for a beginner crocheter looking to make something squishy and comfy.

This scarf is super squishy, soft, and is a little bit textured. I used one Caron Tea Cake to make this warm scarf. They’re a bulky weight yarn with beautiful colorways! I love the purples and periwinkle colors in this cake. One cake is enough to make an infinity scarf that wraps around twice.

PATTERN

Materials
1 skein Caron Tea Cake in Winterberry (super bulky category 6 yarn)
P hook (11.5 mm)
Yarn needle
Scissors

Level
easy (must be familiar with basic crochet stitches)

Pattern Notes & Stitches to Know
sl st – slip stitch
ch – chain
hdc – half double crochet
hdc blo – half double crochet back loop only (instead of inserting hook into both top loops, insert hook in just the back loop)

Finished size:
Width: 8 inches
Before sewing: approx. 68 inches long
After sewing the ends together: 33 inches long

SCARF

Ch 19

Row 1: hdc in 2nd ch from the hook and across (18 hdc)

Row 2 – 62: ch 1, turn, hdc blo in each stitch across (18 hdc blo)

Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing

Bring both ends of the scarf together. Use your yarn needle and the long end to whip stitch them together.

Weave in all ends.

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  1. In the picture of you wearing the scarf it appears to me that you are wearing two scarves, one over the other. How long is this scarf? It is beautiful. Thank you.

  2. This is gorgeous! I’m such a sucker for infinity scarves and cowls, and Caron cakes yarns are amazing lol. do you have a hat pattern that would go with this?

  3. I would like to use a Bulky 5 yarn (trying to use up my stash!). Could you please tell me how wide the scarf is so I can add a few stiches to make up for the thinner wool?

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