|Noelle, modeling her Bestie scarf in color: Hot Pink(ish)|
Triple-crochet infinity scarf for thrice the love!
My friend Noelle is new to crochet, so I was beyond thrilled when she showed up to our dinner date one night sporting a Sheep(ish) infinity scarf that she’d whipped after teaching herself the triple crochet stitch. It makes a bestie proud! I’d never seen her in hot pink before, and I loved the pop of color this little number brought to her outfit. So simple, but still such a statement piece.
With Valentine’s Day upon us, I thought it’d be nice to write-up a pattern for Noelle’s scarf as a reminder that girlfriends + crafting = love. Enjoy! –Vickie
2 Balls Stitch.Rock.Love Sheep(ish) (30% wool/70% acrylic; 167 yds/153m), in color: Hot Pink(ish)
Size H-8 (5mm) Hook
st(s) = stitch(es)
Gauge for this project is not important.
Row 1: tr in 4th ch from hook, and in ever ch to end. Turn. (25 sts)
Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as first tr), tr in next tr and to end.
Repeat Row 2, until piece measures 42”/107cm. Tie off.
Using a tapestry needle and yarn, seam together the top and bottom edges to create a loop.
Weave in ends.
Wear is as one long infinity scarf, or double it for a snugger cowl effect!
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