Lookee here! A post on time. This here is solid proof that wonders will truly never cease.
Last week I kinda sorta promised you an infinity scarf pattern, and here it is! It’s a One Skien Wonder to help you use up some of that gorgeous yarn that you bought only to realise that you don’t have enough to really do anything 😦
(Or it’s an excuse to go out and buy more yarn, because now you have a pattern for it!)
The yarn is hand dyed by Dyeing 4 Ewe, who creates the yummiest colour combos! She was at a market we had a stall at a few weeks ago and somehow, I don’t really know what happened, I ended up with two skeins.
Of different colours.
Both with predominantly orange, for some odd reason *shrugs in confusion. (My P-I-C reckons that the yarn reminds her of a koi pond)
And after I brought them home I soon realised that I had no idea what to do with them, spent a couple of hours on Pinterest and in the end decided to create my own scarf.
And let me tell you, that wasn’t the easiest thing in the world! After many do-overs and crocheting the last third with a broken hook because I somehow cracked it but didn’t want to go to the shop to get another one, I wanted to keep crocheting and the discovery of a mistake near the beginning when I was near the end, I bring you the Koi Infinity Scarf! Enjoy, and please use the hashtag #knotwhatitseams on Instagram when you’ve finished, we would love to see your completed creation 🙂
I will be putting the pattern up on Knot What It Seams, but just for you lovely people it’s here free 🙂
100grams of 4ply yarn (Dyeing 4 Ewe is the best!)
3.5mm crochet hook
Row 1: Skip the chain closest to the hook and dc 301.
Row 2: Chain 1, dc 301
Row 3: Chain 1, sc in the first stitch. *Chain 3, skip two stitches, sc* Repeat ** until the end
Row 4: *Chain 3, sc in the next chain space* Repeat **until the last chain space, chain 1, dc in the last stitch.
Row 5: Chain 1, Sc in the first stitch. *Chain 3, sc in the next chain space* Repeat ** until the last chain space. Chain 3, sc in the second chain from the beginning of the previous row.
Row 6-10: Repeat rows 4&5, finishing on a row 4.
Row 11: Chain 1,sc in the first stitch. *Chain 2, sc in the next chain space* Repeat ** until the last chain space, chain 2, sc in the second chain from the beginning of the previous row.
Row 12: Chain 1, *Dc in the sc. Dc two in the next chain stitch* Repeat until the last stitch, dc.
Row 13: Chain 1, dc across.
Repeat rows 3-13 twice more, so you will have three sections of mesh.
Stretch the scarf to 20cm by 130cm and block. This will really open up the mesh part of your scarf.
** Shout out to the lovely model, who looks gorgeous and has the patience of a saint (four hours of standing around and getting told what to do every few seconds, she should be canonized) We love you!