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Painterly Infinity Scarf - Free Pattern

Posted by Nicole Vesterholm on

I got up early this morning to FINALLY get my one-ball infinity scarf pattern written up! It's the only way I could find the time to get it done.

So without further ado ... I introduce the Painterly Infinity Scarf by me :)

painterly [ peyn-ter-lee ]
characterised by qualities of colour, stroke, and texture

materials:
yarn: one ball of Papatya Batik (pictured scarf uses 554-42)
hook: 5mm
notions: yarn needle, scissors, large buttons x3

notes:

  • US terminology used throughout
  • gauge isn’t important for this project
  • this pattern is worked in rows and then sewn together to form a large loop
  • initial ch3 counts as a dc
  • suitable for all levels

abbreviations:
st: stitch
yo: yarn over
ch: chain
dc: double crochet
V-Stitch
work (dc, ch1, dc) into a single stitch
FPdc [front post double crochet]
yo, insert hook from front to back to front around the designated stitch post, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops, yo, pull through remaining two loops
BPdc [back post double crochet]
yo, insert hook from back to front to back around the designated stitch post, yo, pull up a loop, yo, pull through 2 loops, yo, pull through remaining two loops

pattern:

chain 27

row 1: dc in 4th ch from the hook, dc in each ch across, turn [25 dc]

row 2: ch3, skip first st, dc in next st, skip st, V-stitch in next st, skip st, FPdc around next 3st, skip st, V-stitch in next st, (skip 2st, V-stitch in next st) twice, skip st, FPdc around next 3st, skip st, V-stitch in next st, skip st, dc in next 2st, turn [4dc, 5 V-stitch, 6FPdc]

row 3: ch3, skip first st, dc in next st, V-stitch in ch1 space, 3 BPdc around FPdc from previous row, (V-stitch in ch1 space) three times, 3 BPdc around FPdc from previous row, V-stitch in ch1 space, dc in next 2st, turn [4dc, 5 V-stitch, 6BPdc]

row 4: ch3, skip first st, dc in next st, V-stitch in ch1 space, 3 FPdc around BPdc from previous row, (V-stitch in ch1 space) three times, 3 FPdc around BPdc from previous row, V-stitch in ch1 space, dc in next 2st, turn [4dc, 5 V-stitch, 6FPdc]

Repeat rows 3 & 4 until you have used the entire ball of yarn. Finish off leaving a 30cm tail of yarn.

finishing instructions:

  • fold in half, with the bottom edge overlapping the top
  • stitch in place with the tail of yarn
  • weave in ends
  • attach buttons (if desired) in the centre of the three V-stitch sections

        

If you would like a beautifully formatted version, please visit the website to download the PDF file.

 

Hugs & Stitches

Nicole @ Yarnish


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4 comments

  • Another beautiful item from Yarnish. Thank you again for all youbhard work.

    Leeanne Hewson on
  • Thank you so much for the awesome Painterly Infinity Scarf pattern. I can’t wait to make one for myself. 💖💞💖

    Diedre Rees on
  • Hi is there a printer friendly version? Also is this pattern beginner friendly?

    Corrine on
  • It was so wonderful to reconnect at Canberra Craft Alive … thanks for your generosity in this free pattern :)

    Leonie on

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