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GRIT STITCH INFINITY SCARF
Hook: P (11.50mm)
Yarn: Super Bulky (I used 3 skeins of Lion Brand’s “Hometown USA”)
Gauge: Not crucial, but a row of 4 (sc,dc, sk next st) combos = about 6″
Finished Size: Approximately 58″ around, 7.5″ wide
(1) This pattern is worked in American Standard Terms.
(2) This pattern is worked in a seamless round. Do not join or chain except when instructed. Use a stitch marker to keep track of the beginning of your rounds.
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To begin: Ch 81.
Row 1: SC in 2nd chain from hook and in each St across. Bring ends together, being careful not to twist the chain, and join with a slip stitch to the top of the first SC.
Round 2 (We will now work in seamless rounds): Do not chain. Skip the first St. (SC+DC in next St, Sk next St) around.
Rounds 3-9 (or until scarf is about 7.5″ wide): (SC+DC in next St, Sk next St) around. (Wondering if your placement is correct? Your SC+DC combos should be completed in loops from each SC from previous row, with each DC from previous row being left empty.)
Slip Stitch into the next 3 stitches to smooth out the row, then fasten off and weave in ends.
Is it possible to do this in rows and then slip stitch the ends together upon completion? I am horrible at working in the round.
Jen, I read a tip somewhere about this very thing. Google something like “crochet how to not twist beginning chains” or something similar. Basically you start with a few chains, then remove the hook from the working end, slip the first chain over the hook, then put your hook back in the working chain and continue. Then no matter what, the chain should not be twisted.
Here’s the link, and if it’s not ok, please accept my apology and delete the link.
You could also try starting with a “chainless single crochet” as the base instead of chain stitches (google the terms in the quotes above for a bunch of links.
thanks for sharing
I love how chunky the yarn looks here! Definitely going to make myself one! Thank you for the pattern!
Hi there, love the look of this cowl! Is it long enough to double loop, or single loop when worn? I dont crochet much with a super bulky yarn, thanks!
Hi! I love the look of this pattern. I am VERY new to crocheting… Where it says “SC+DC in next St” Do I do a single crochet and double crochet in the same loop/chain or in the next two loops? Sorry if this is a silly question… I have tried both ways and can’t tell which way replicates the pattern.. Thanks so much!!
Hi Angie! Welcome to crochet. 🙂 You’re going to do both the SC and the DC in the same loop. Then you’ll skip the next one.
Love the look of this scarf! Thank you for sharing the pattern! 🙂
You’re welcome! 🙂
Thank you for sharing the wonderful pattern I love it. God Bless!!!!
You’re welcome, Basilia! I’m glad you like it! 🙂