Pretty Primrose crochet stitch infinity scarf that is perfect for Fall and Winter!
After making my primrose dishcloth, I decided I needed something else with this beautiful crochet stitch.
The weather outside is starting to dip into the cooler temps of Fall. That is why I decided to take the dishcloth pattern and turn it into a pretty infinity scarf.
Speaking of cooler temperatures, winter is just around the corner. You will need a simple scarf pattern for battling the winter elements. It is made with single crochet stitches.
I made this infinity scarf to be 60 inches long and it is just a smidge under 5 inches wide. The length allows for you to double wrap the scarf when you wear it.
Primrose Crochet Stitch Infinity Scarf Pattern
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
- 2 skeins of Vanna’s Choice Medium Weight Acrylic Yarn – I used Purple Print
- J Crochet Hook (6 MM)
- Yarn Needle
Round 1: Chain 189. Slip stitch to the beginning chain. Make sure you don’t get your chains twisted.
Round 2: Chain 1. Single Crochet, Chain 2, Skip 2 chains, Single Crochet into the next chain. *Skip the next 2 chains. Single Crochet, Chain 2, Single Crochet into the next chain.* Repeat from * to *. Slip stitch to join.
Round 3: Chain 3. *Double Crochet 3 Stitches in next chain 2 space.* Repeat from * to * round. Slip stitch to join.
Repeat Round 2 and 3 for a total of 10 Rounds. The last round being a round of double crochet stitches.