Now that winter is inching closer and closer, chunky scarves are becoming more and more needed. The temperatures have been staying in the 30s around here and snow is falling every few days, though it isn’t staying. This beautiful infinity scarf has me loving these colder days.
Just like with my Plumberry Infinity Scarf, I used Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Chunky. This yarn is so incredibly soft! I absolutely love it! The color I used is called Sand Frost, and it looks like sweet cream.
I also used a cool technique to cause a ribbed texture throughout. It is using the simple half double crochet stitch, but crocheting in the back horizontal bar of the half double crochet. The texture this creates is so beautiful and looks amazing with the chunky yarn.
So I hope you enjoy this simple, yet beautiful pattern! Happy Crocheting!!
2 skeins size 5 bulky yarn (I used Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Chunky! in Sand Frost)
ch – chain
hdc – half double crochet
sl st – slip stitch
3 hdc x 2 rows = 1 inch
Row 1: sl st in first chain to make a large circle (make sure you don’t twist the chain), ch 2, hdc in each stitch across, sl st in first hdc to join, turn.
Rows 2-13: ch 2, hdc in each back horizontal bar created between hdc of previous row (see below), sl st in first hdc to join, turn.
Finish off and sew in ends.
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