Moonlit Waves Infinity Scarf

Bundle up in an infinity scarf with colors that resemble the sky at dusk. Deep purples and blues mix with gray in this mobius that’s just right for an intermediate crocheter.

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Skill Level: Intermediate

Size: Approximately 59” x 6.5” before blocking

Gauge: 14 fsc = 4”; 5 rows in stitch pattern = 3”

Materials

Yarn: Lion Brand Yarns Amazing (53% wool, 47% acrylic; 147 yards (135 meters)/50 grams): Constellation (2 ¼ balls)
Hook: US size J/10 (6.0 mm) hook or size needed to obtain gauge
Notions: Yarn/tapestry needle, stitch markers

Special Stitches

Foundation Single Crochet (fsc): Start with a slipknot on hook, chain 2, insert hook in 2nd chain from hook, pull up loop, yarn over, draw through 1 loop, yarn over and draw through 2 loops (the single crochet), 1 sc with its own ch st at the bottom, *insert hook under 2 loops of the “ch” st of last st and pull up loop, yarn over and draw through 1 loop, yarn over and draw through 2 loops, repeat from * for length of foundation.
7 double crochet fan (fan): 7 double crochet in indicated st or sp.
V-stitch (V-st): (Dc, ch 1, dc) in indicated st or sp.
Reverse Single Crochet (rsc): Working in opposite direction than usual (if working right-handed: left to right; if left-handed: right to left), insert hook in next st, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through both loops on hook.

Pattern Notes

This design is worked as a true mobius creating the 180 degree twist with the join of the foundation, then each round is crocheted off the top and bottom of the foundation doubling the number of stitches.

Pattern

Foundation: 204 fsc, lay strip flat bringing ends together, sl st to bottom of beginning of the strip putting a 180 degree twist in the foundation.
Rnd 1: Ch 1, sc in first st, [*sk 2 sts, fan in next st, sk 2 sts, (sc next st, ch 3, sk 2 sts) 2 times,* sc next st] 33 times, repeat from * to * once, sl st to the first st of rnd, sl st in next st. (34 fans, 68 ch-3 sps, 102 sc)
Rnd 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout pattern), turn, [*sk next sc, sc next ch-3 sp, ch 3, sc next ch-3 sp, sk next sc, (dc next st, ch 1) 6 times,* dc next st] 33 times, repeat from * to * once, sl st to the top of the beg ch-3, sl st next ch-3 sp. (68 sc, 34 ch-3 sps, 238 dc, 204 ch-1 sps)
Rnd 3: Ch 3, turn, [sk 4 sts/sps, sc next ch-1 sp, (ch 3, sk 2 sts/sps, sc next st) 2 times, sk 4 sts/sps, fan next ch-3 sp] 33 times, sk 4 sts/sps, 6 dc next ch-3 sp, sl st to the top of the beg ch-3. (34 fans, 68 ch-3 sps, 102 sc)
Rnd 4: Ch 4 {counts as dc and ch-1 sp}, turn, (dc next dc, ch 1) 5 times, dc next dc, [*sk next sc, sc next ch-3 sp, ch 3, sc next ch-3 sp, sk next sc,* (dc next st, ch 1) 6 times, dc next st] 33 times, repeat from * to * once, sl st to 3rd ch of beg ch-4. (68 sc, 34 ch-3 sps, 238 dc, 204 ch-1 sps)
Rnd 5: Ch 3, [*sk next 2 sts, sc next ch-3 sp, sk next 2 sts,* (V-st next ch-1 sp, sk next st) 6 times] 33 times, repeat from * to * once, (V-st next ch-1 sp, sk next st) 5 times, dc next ch-1 sp, ch 1, sl st to 3rd ch of beg ch-3.
Rnd 6 (Edging): Do not turn (Ch 1, 2 rsc) in first ch-1 sp, (sk 2 sts, 2 rsc next ch-1 sp) 5 times, [sk 3 sts, (2 rsc next ch-1 sp, sk 2 sts) 5 times, rsc next ch-1 sp] 33 times, sl st to first rsc of rnd. Fasten off. (408 rsc)

Finishing

Weave in tails. Gently wet block. yarn ball
ILC Option 1-3

Do you have a favorite beach you like to visit? Let us know below!

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Comments
  • It’s hard to choose a favorite San Luis Obispo, the Oregon Coast, Kauai, The islands off the Carolinas, all unique

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  • Tess Vowels

    I grew up 30 minutes from Galveston, TX and am now in MO, would love to be near the beach… even Panama City, FL , so white!!

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  • There isn’t much beach at out local lake– but we love going there in the summer!

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  • Don’t have a favorite beach as we live in rural Iowa, far away from beaches. We have ponds close by and a few small lakes, but none with any kind of beach I would set my lawn chair on! Lol

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  • Mary Hasse

    I haven’t been to the ocean since I was a child. I did see the ocean in Florida, Galveston, Texas, and California.

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  • I’m 8 hours from any beach, but we are surrounded by lakes and the sunset is still amazing.

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  • There’s a state park in Cozumel that has a great beach where you can snorkle, scuba, or just relax and have a cold one! One of our family’s favorites.

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  • I’m more of a mountains girl than a beachy one. But I do enjoy seeing the ocean from time to time, and being on the shore of any lake is very calming and a welcome diversion from daily life. If I could live in a lakeshore house I’d be a happy camper.

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  • We’re not big beach people, but very occasionally we’ll go to Melmerby beach on a summer evening for a walk.

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  • Pam Hemenway

    I am not a beach person but do love the ocean i prefer a boat on the ocean!

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  • kimberlyg3

    I live in the middle of the country and our beaches are the Missouri and Mississippi sandbars.

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  • I am not a beach person but I find the ocean waves coming to shore soothing.

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  • I don’t have a favorite beach. Every beach has its own personality and qualities that make them the best for different moods and activities.

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  • kathy corkery

    My favorite beach is Crystal Crescent Beach outside of Halifax, Nova Scotia. large, in the forest and beautiful white sand!

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  • Missisquoi Bay. The water is shallow for about 700 feet so even young kids can enjoy the water safely.

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  • Deb Arnold

    My favourite beach to visit is located in Varadero, Cuba – a dream spot for sunning and swimming. Good-bye snow!

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  • Kim Ladouceur

    My childhood friend had a camp on a lake with beautiful sandy beaches

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  • My favorite beach to visit is Old Orchard Beach. It is in the state of Maine and has something for everyone.

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  • becky copley

    Not much of a beach person, I burn too easily. But here in Michigan, there are plenty of them to choose from!

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  • Shirley E.

    My favorite beach is where the water meets the sandy shore and is clean-wherever that is.

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  • Kimberly Beagle

    Silver Lake, NY! That is where I grew up! Literally had the beach 1 minute from my door step.

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  • I don’t have a favorite beach, since I have gone to very few beaches. Love this pattern! I have done one other that works off both sides of the beginning chain. I worked up so fast. Will have to try tho one as soon as I finish all my other projects. Thanks for the pattern!

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  • My favorite beach is 7 mile beach on Grand Cayman. But seeing as I will probably never get to go back there again I also really enjoyed Destin beach in Florida too and it’s a little more feasible for me to go back there!

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  • This wool is very pretty! I’ll have to look for it next time I go yarn shopping 🙂

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  • Beautiful, I’ll have to work up to this one I think. I love that you have all different skill levels. Something for everyone.

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  • Jo-An Prevatt

    i forgot to name my beach – it is st augustine beach here in florida. lol

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  • Jo-An Prevatt

    i live near the ocean & this scarf does remind me of it. will be a delight to make & wear. i have some nice soft yarn that will be perfect for this.

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  • My favorite beach would have to be Jax Beach in Jacksonville, FL. Because that’s where I live.

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  • Chris Lawenstein

    Nice pattern, but I’d go with solid colors. My favorite beach is in Clifornia, Venice Beach! So much fun watching the surfers!

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  • Susan Rubinson

    Favorite beach to visit is Fripp Island, South Carolina. Beautuful, peaceful and dog friendly.

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  • Marge Burns

    Yes, have a favorite beach. Beautiful scarf and hope I can figure it out

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  • Deborah Fischer

    Hands down, Siesta Keys, FL. AMAZING white sands, cool ocean. Second favorite is Tuber Island, off of Savannah, GA.

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  • Elaine Ratkovich

    oh I absolutely love this scarf and the yarn you used for it its just perfect as for a beach I like ……well I live in Florida the one closest to me is a place called Pine Island but another one I really like is Fred Howard Park in Tarpon Springs

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  • My favorite beach is Clearwater Beach in Florida. I love the gentle waves.

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  • Angelique Grant

    I would LOVE to visit the beach in the Bahamas. It looks so calming.

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  • A fave beach I would like to visit is probably at the Oregon coast. I like the shops and not the water so much.

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  • Melissa Boyd

    The only beach I’ve ever been to is Virginia Beach. I use to live there. But now live in the Appalachian mountains of southwest Virginia. No beaches here but plenty of lakes, rivers and waterfalls. Thanks for the pattern. It’s beautiful

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  • Beverly Cutsinger

    I live in Nebraska so don’t have much beach around. Do like to visit the beach along the Missouri River in Yankton, SD tho.

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  • Abby Carpenter

    La Jolla Cove. I used to walk there on my lunch hours and watch the waves, seals, and sea lions. It was very meditative.

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  • Mrs. Smith

    What a pretty design! I do not have a favouite beach. I don’t even like beaches. I’d rather go to the mountains or woods any day.

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  • Harlee Wentworth

    The scarf is lovely! My favorite beach is the one where my family spent weeks every summer. Those were the best days of my childhood.

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  • caroln6

    I agree, there looks to be a problem with the way row 1 is written. It looks like row 1 as written us actually row 2. Can someone clarify this please

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  • terrys2

    The first row after the foundation looks like it is different than the way row 1 is written. Thank you for your help to decipher! TJ

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  • Im a new subscriber, I love the patterns BUT….. it would be very nice and helpful if the weight of the yarn were included with the pattern otherwise you have to look up the yarn used to see what weight it is.

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