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Urban Reflection CAL Week 4: Border and Blocking

Warm Up Quick Infinity Scarf


Hey everyone! Is it chilly where you are? It's freezing here! Like literally! We've had weeks at a time that it hasn't gotten above 32 degrees! (Or zero for those of you that use Celsius). 

I suddenly realized that I didn't have scarves for me or my girls! I usually donate the ones we used the previous winter when it starts to warm up so that someone else can stay warm and I'm not packing away things I will never find again or use. Somehow winter hit this year and I wasn't ready for it! Haha! Long story short, we all needed scarves and we needed them FAST! 

This infinity scarf works up so quickly and because of the bulky yarn it is also soft and warm. It makes a great last minute gift and because of the simple stitches it's a good gender neutral pattern. Also, because it works up so quickly, it's easy to make it in every color and expand your accessory wardrobe! I hope you enjoy it!


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Warm Up Quick Infinity Scarf 

Sizes/Measurements
The pattern is written for child (teen/adult)
Finished Length 40" (54") Finished Width 5.25" (6.5")


Materials 
N hook 
Bulky (5) yarn approximately 125 (190) yrds 
 - you can also use two strands of ww yarn held together 
Scissors 
Yarn needle 

Abbreviations 
Ch – chain 
Dc – double crochet 
Sc – single crochet 
Sl st – slip stitch 
St – stitch 

Gauge 
Gauge is not important for this pattern 

Difficulty Level
Easy

Notes 
1. Stitches written in parenthesis are both worked into one stitch. 
2. When making your scarf please only follow the instructions for your size: child (teen/adult) 

Instructions
Ch 8 (12) 

Row 1: (Sc, dc) in the second ch from hook, *skip 1 st, (sc, dc) in next st,* repeat * to * to last st, sc in last st, ch 1, turn. 

Row 2: (Sc, dc) in first st, (the last sc from the previous row) *skip 1 st, (sc, dc) in next st,* repeat * to * to last st, sc in last st, ch 1, turn. 

Child:
Row 3-68: Repeat Row 2. 

Teen/Adult:
Row 3-94: Repeat Row 2.

Border 
Ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first st, sc in each st across, 3 sc in corner, turn scarf to work along side, work 1 sc in the end of each row down the side of the scarf, 3 sc in the corner, turn scarf to work along the bottom, 1 sc in each st along the bottom, 3 sc in corner, turn scarf to work along last side, 1 sc in the end of each row along the other side of the scarf, 1 sc in corner, join with sl st to first sc. (First sc counts as the center sc in the corner.) 

Ch 1, sl st the ends of the scarf together, be careful not to twist it. 

Break yarn, weave in ends. 

Scarf can be worn by wrapping it multiple times around your neck for a nice bulky look. 


This pattern and its photos are property of String With Style and are intended for personal use only. Please do not copy, sell or reproduce this pattern or its photos without my permission.
Products made from this pattern are your own creation and may be sold. If possible please credit String With Style as the pattern creator and link back to www.stringwithstyle.com with any products sold or in any advertising. 

Smile and be happy!

If you enjoyed this pattern you should check out my Q is for Quick Infinity Scarf.


Comments

  1. So pretty. Thank you!

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  2. love the colors you used and super cute model!

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    1. Thank you so much! She is a ham sometimes but we sure love her! The yarn is Charisma from Michael's.

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  3. Hello! In the picture of your little girl wearing the scarf, it looks like you used 2 colours. Can you please tell me at what point in the pattern did you change/alternate yarn colours? I love Charisma yarn, so I can't wait to try your pattern. Thank you for offering it for free!
    Regards,
    Judith

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    1. Hi! I used a self stripping yarn on my daughter's scarf. You can change colors at the end of any row.

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