Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Free Crochet Pattern...Raspberry Buttercream Infinity Scarf!


The Raspberry Buttercream Infinity Scarf is a luxurious, lacy and stunning scarf to add to your wardrobe this season.  It is fun and easy to crochet and the lace pattern is engaging as well.  This scarf makes a lovely gift, but be sure to make one for yourself too!


Raspberry Buttercream Infinity Scarf

By Jennifer Dickerson


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Materials:
  • 3 Balls Knit Picks Capra DK (you can substitute yarn if you need to, just choose a yarn that recommends an I/5.5 mm hook)
  • I (5.5 mm) Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors


Sizing:
  • 7.5 Inches Wide
  • 39 Inch Circumference (or make yours as long as you want)




Instructions:


Note: Infinity scarf as pictured was worked in 6 rows of each color to create striping.


Ch 26


Row 1: In the 4th ch from the hook, work a dc.  Work a dc in the next ch.  In the next ch, work *(1 dc, ch 3, 1 dc).  Skip the next ch, work a dc in each of the next two ch.  Repeat from * across, then 1 dc in the last ch.


Row 2: Ch 5 and turn.  Work *(3 dc, ch 3, 1 dc) in the ch 3 space from the previous row.  Repeat from * across.  Work 3 dc in the top ch of the turning chain.


Repeat row 2 until scarf is 39 inches long or desired length.  Do not fasten off yet and proceed below.



Finishing and Assembly:

Seam your scarf by sandwiching the ends together.  Work a slip stitch or a single crochet all the way across.  Weave in any ends that remain and you're finished!  



Click below to watch a video on how to crochet the Raspberry Buttercream Infinity Scarf stitch by stitch:







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24 comments:

  1. wunderschön und Danke!
    Liebe Grüße, Manja

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  2. This scarf is gorgeous! I love your color choice and the light, airy feel of the pattern. Thanks for sharing! :)

    handcraftedvintage.blogspot.com

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  3. Hi, I think your scarf is gorgeous, but I'm a bit confused by the pattern because you make no mention of how or when to change colours....

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    1. Hi there! Check out the response below and definitely watch the video, I go through everything step by step...happy crocheting!

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  4. I absolutely LOVE this scarf, but I'm a bit confused by the instructions because you don't mention anything about when to change colours. I'm assuming that the seaming up you're referring to is just the final seaming of the two ends of the scarf to make it into a circle?

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    1. Thank you for your question! I worked 6 rows of each color to make the stripe sequence (I mentioned it right above the starting chain in the instructions). Yes, you seam it up at the end to make an infinity circle. To learn how to do color changes and to seam it at the end, I walk through those parts in my video (you can watch it above or on the Fiber Flux YouTube channel). Thanks so much, hope that info helps!

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  5. I've started this pattern multiple times and finally watched the video to find how to finish row 3 on the chain 5 end of row 2. You dont' cover that but I'm assuming I'm to dbl x3 in that top chain of the chain 5 to turn, just I do in at end of row 2 (top chain of chain 3 to turn) It's still not too squared...the base chains must be crochets VERY loosely, I guess, as well...got a lot of restriction on my "loose" base chain.

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  6. Do you know how long the starting chain should be if I wanted to make a smaller version for a toddler? I'm making this for my sister bit thought it would be cute to make a matching one for her daughter.

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  7. Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful pattern, I am working on one right now and it works up so quick! Substituting Red Heart With Love in Merlot & White and Vanna's Choice in Dusty Purple.

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  8. I love this scarf. I am going to make this for me and my sister.

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  9. I love this scarf. I am going to make this for me and my sister.

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  10. This pattern was easy to follow. y son's teacher loved her Xmas gift. Thank you.

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  11. I love this scarf! Thanks so much. I will have to find different yarn though as I can't wear wool. :)

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  12. This is beautiful...printing the pattern now. My sister (also a crocheter) saw this on my pinterest board and hinted at it for a gift :) She wants it in yellow and white - so we'll see how it goes.

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  13. ok, the first comment attempt disappeared! I made this last night. I used Tobaggan by classic elite yarns. I adjusted a couple things. I used a J hook and decreased the chain 5 to a chain 3 due to the bulk in the chains. The scarf turned out beyond gorgeous! I am posting it Wednesday if you want to see it.
    Thank you for sharing your pattern! Val
    www.yarnigras.blogspot.com

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  14. Your buttercream and Raspberry infinity Scarf if a beautiful free pattern. I like when crocheters make free patterns available that will be liked by all crocheters including young new crocheters. I think it will help to keep the craft of Crocheting to continue by appealing to the young crocheters also.
    Thank you Karol Beaufore

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  15. Thanks for the cute pattern and the ubber helpful video. As a new crocheter the video was invaluable. Thanks again.

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  16. I want to make is slightly narrower. What multiple can it be decreased by?

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  17. Thx very easy and very quick pattern I'm a beginner and this scarf will be my first complete work I'm making one for my sister then one for me. Is there a similar pattern to make a matching hat ?

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  18. Thx for the pattern very easy and very quick this will be my first complete work as a beginner. Is there a matching pattern for a hat?

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  19. #BestIdeaEver
    I absolutely adore this stitch pattern. I've decided to make it a bag with all one color of yarn and then use a contrast-color fabric lining. Can't wait to get started!

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  20. I love the colour choice as well! I'm curious as to what colours exactly you chose. It's hard to compare with online swatches.

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