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Blue Raspberry Infinity Scarf

Striking and beautiful, this lightweight scarf is about to become your go-to spring accessory. Fight off the chill of cool spring evenings while wearing this colorful pattern.

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Skill Level: Easy

Size: 8” wide x 41” circumference

Gauge: 19 sts x 6 rows = 4” over Plaid Stitch pattern

Materials

Yarn: Plymouth Worsted Merino Superwash (100% superwash fine merino wool; 218 yards [200 meters]/100 grams): #0071 Cobalt (1 ball)
Hook: US size H/8 (5.0 mm) hook or size to obtain gauge
Notions: Tapestry needle

Special Stitches

Plaid Stitch pattern (multiple of 8 sts)
Row 1: Ch multiple of 8 sts, dc in 5th ch from hook, dc in each of next 3 sts, *ch 3, sk 3 sts, dc in each of next 5 sts; rep from * across.
Row 2: Ch 5 (counts as tr, ch 1), sk 1 dc, tr in next dc, ch 1, sk 1, tr in next dc, *ch 3, sk 3 ch, tr in next st, [ch 1, sk 1, tr in next st] twice; rep from * across.
Row 3: Ch 3 (counts as 1 dc), dc in each of next 4 sts, *ch 3, sk 3, dc in each of next 5 sts; rep from * across.
Rep row 2-3 only for Plaid St.

Pattern

Ch 40.
Work in Plaid Stitch Pattern for 41” ending with Row 2.
Finish off, leaving 1 yd tail for seaming.

Finishing

Block to size. Hold ends together, turn one end over making half twist, sew ends together as seamlessly as possible. Weave in ends. yarn ball
ILC Option 1-3

What’s your favorite thing about crocheting gifts for friends and family?

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Comments
  • Helena

    Been looking for this sort of pattern – can’t wait to get started. Thanks so much.

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  • Maria T.

    I am going to sit down and crochet this tonight and I will let you know how it went.

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  • Merrilee

    Tr means Triple Crochet? Please advise. Beautiful pattern!
    Thank you

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  • Thank you so much for the present. It’s really beautiful. I can’t crochet so fast but I will do it.

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  • Beverly J.

    This might be easy enough for meta crochet too refinish, Thank you

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  • Sooo pretty! I’m a newbie and this will be my first project!

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  • Beautiful and wonderfully simple instuctions. Thank you so much.

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  • Elizabeth

    Thank you for the beautiful pattern. I cant crochet that well, but will try it. I have learned a lot from the tutorials. Thnx soo much

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  • Elizabeth

    Thank you for the beautiful pattern. I cant crochet that well, but will try it.

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  • I am on my second one and added a few flowers on one side to jazz it up. Simple pattern and very effective thanks

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  • I started this last night. It was so quick and easy! I finished this morning. It is a gift for my sister-in-law, but now I want one for myself. Thank you!

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  • Still too new to gift crochet, I want to get more experience first. If its not something they want or will use, I will refrain from doing it.

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  • Kimberly B.

    I love to either fill a need they have for an item or a want but best of all is seeing the look on their face and hearing all their compliments!

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  • My favorite thing about crocheting gifts for friends and family is knowing that I’ve made something that is wanted and will be used. I only make gifts by request so I know the recipient actually wants it.

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  • My favorite is when they complement me on how pretty it is, and when they wear/use it!

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  • Shirley E.

    It is something I am able to do. And they usually think I’m so wonderful for it! Thanks for making me look so good.

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  • I love to see them wearing and enjoying what I made and knowing it was made with love, just for them.

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  • I like making useful things that make life better. Like the mittens for my niece, or the pot holder for my co-worker.

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  • When you meet someone and she asks, “Is she the one who made the…” I then know my gift is spreading joy.

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  • Juanita M.

    I just love the looks on their faces when they open them. The best reaction was my middle granddaughter when she got her first blankie at 3yrs, she lit up in a HUGE smile and screamed, “Meemaw, made me a rainbow!”

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  • My favorite. Thing about crocheting for my family is my grandblessing and the delight she takes in what I make for her.

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  • Kimberly H.

    Beautiful pattern! Love making gifts for people. I think it means so much more knowing the time and love put into them! Will be making this for my daughters! Thank you!

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  • Another nice and lacy. I love the look on their faces when they know they got another QUALITY item from me that will last a long time and take some abuse.

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  • My favorite thing about crocheting for friends and family is having them say they like what I’ve made, and seeing them actually wear or use it!

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  • When I make a gift, I focus on how special that person is to me, and try to fill the gift with my love for them. It is a wonderful meditation, which brings me the gift of peace, just as there love and friendship has also been a gift to me.

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  • Knowing that the recipient will love the item as much or more as I had making it for them!!

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  • The feeling I get when I make something specifically for them and they know I love them.

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  • It makes me feel good that I can give a gift that I made myself. It’s a gift from my heart to theirs.

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  • Angelique G.

    My favorite thing about crocheting for friends and family is that, even though they know you know how to crochet they still can’t believe you made such a beautiful project. I love the reaction lol.

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  • My favourite is thinking of them the whole project and seeing their delight receiving it.

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  • Being able to give a one of a kind gift that I can put my heart into and the joy on their faces whenever they receive something I crochet!

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  • Exciting to have a project to get ready for easter baskets for my grown daughters

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  • Rebecca B.

    Infusing the gift with love and then watching the delight on their faces when they open the gift.

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