Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Free Crochet Pattern...Pinot Noir Infinity Scarf



Like a glass of red by the fireplace, this squishy infinity scarf will wrap you up in warm fabulousness. Alternating stripes of a simple v stitch make for a beautiful, simple, and extremely fast project!

Crocheted lengthwise, you can seam up the ends for an infinity scarf, or skip the seaming and wear it as a regular scarf. This is the lengthwise version of the Pavement Infinity Scarf..if you liked that pattern, you'll definitely like this one too!

Click here for Pavement Infinity Scarf pattern!





Pinot Noir Infinity Scarf
By Jennifer Dickerson



Materials:

  • N (9.0 mm) Crochet Hook
  • 1 Skein Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick in Color A
  • 1 Skein Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick in Color B
  • Tapestry Needle (for weaving in ends)
Note: You'll have some yarn leftovers from each skein, unless you make yours wider than shown.



Sizing:

  • Width-Scarf shown is 5 inches wide, but you can easily make your scarf wider by working more rows.
  • Circumference-Scarf pictured is 54 inches long.



Instructions:

(Scarf is worked in alternating rows of dark and light purple, beginning with dark purple)

Ch 109 (This gives a finished scarf length of about 54 inches long, depending on how loosely or tightly you crochet. To change length, chain in multiples of 15+4.

Foundation Row: In the 4th chain from the hook, work dc, ch 1, dc in the same ch. *Skip two chains and then in the next ch, work dc, ch 1, dc in the same ch. Repeat from * to end.

Row 1: Turn, ch 3 and work dc, ch 1, dc in each of the chain 1 spaces from the previous row (center of each "V"). At the end of the row, finish with a dc in the last space (ch 3 turning space).

Repeat row 1 until 5 inches long or desired width is reached.



Finishing:

Before you seam your scarf, if you wish, you can add a twist or a "mobius" to your infinity scarf:

Click here for Mobius Instructions...

Whip stitch the two ends together. Weave in all ends and you're finished! 




© Jennifer Dickerson 2013
Please note: Patterns are for personal and charity use only.  In addition, if you enjoy the pattern, please link to it, but do not copy the pattern to your own website or blog (including other languages).  Thank you!

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22 comments:

  1. that is beautiful. I especially love the name, it is very fitting and the fact that you shared the pattern..even better. I'll have to put this on my to do list. can never have to many scarves.

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    1. Thank you for such a kind comment! I agree, one can definitely have never have too many scarves...all of the colors, designs, yarn weights...fabulous!

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  2. It's so funny that you've posted this! I've been using your Pavement Infinity Scarf pattern this way for the past few scarves I've made. Everyone has loved the look of them.

    Thanks for sharing your patterns with us.

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    1. I guess great minds think alike! :)

      Thanks too, I'm glad you enjoyed the pattern, happy crocheting!

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  3. It's gorgeous, I LOVE it! The purples are so stunning used together like that!

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    1. Thank you so much! I am quite the purple fanatic!

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  4. Me parece preciosa y además en estos días de frio de lo más calentita.
    Abrazos

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    1. Thanks, you're very kind, hugs to you too!

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  5. I like the look of this scarf and want to do it but you said "To change length, chain in multiples of 15+4." Can you help the male mind unerstand better what you are saying?

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    1. Hi Ron!

      Thanks for your great question! If you'd like to change the length of the scarf, all it means is to add chains in groups of 15, then just add four more to the end. For example, you could do 15+4, or 15+15+4, or 15+15+15+4 and so on. I hope that helps! Please let me know if you have any other questions. :)

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    2. Thanks for clarifying that for me. My wife and I have been making scarves and I want to try your designs, ending with a mobius.

      Thanks again.

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    3. Sounds great, happy crocheting to both of you!

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  6. Hi Jennifer I found this via Pinterest! What a lovely scarf! What colors of the thick and quick did you use? Looks like Eggplant and Fig but I'm buying the yarn online and it's hard to tell! Thanks for the great pattern.

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    1. Yes! You are absolutely correct, and thanks too for your kind comment!

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  7. Love the pattern and a lot of your others that are on my list to try. I'm fairly new to crochet and I can't figure out how I'm suppose to get Color A to the next row after color B because it ends on the opposite end of color B. Do I cut it?

    Thanks

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    1. Thanks for your kind comment, and yes I did cut mine to start a new color. You can weave in the ends as you go, or do it at the end with a tapestry needle. Happy crocheting to you!

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  8. Made this one in black/brown for me and purple/brown for my daughter, another easy and fast project! Thanks again for sharing!

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    1. Sounds pretty, I'm sure she will love it!

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  9. I love this pattern! I've used it several times! By far it's my favorite!

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  10. This is absolutely the best scarf for a beginner. And, you know what? You don't even have to count the foundation chain correctly unless you are making the infinity scarf. You can only have 1 or 2 extra chains, and that 1st corner is curved, so you can tuck in the extra chain in the corner and weave in your ends. Thank you for sharing this.

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  11. I would love to make this, but I want the exact same colors. This yarn has 4 purplish colors, and it is difficult to see the colors perfectly online. Could you please list the colors used for this scarf? Thank you for the beautiful pattern!

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  12. Jennifer, I always seem to choose YOUR patterns. They are easy to follow and have the look that I like, not like granny or "hippy era" crochet. Thanks for sharing them. I love the pavement and gelato scarves, and I want to try this one soon.

    Marno83--somewhere above in one of the posts, the colors were given as Eggplant and Fig. hth-

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