At the beginner of December, I released my free ebook called The Beginner’s Guide to Crochet. Judging by how many people have pinned the image of this scarf, it seems that the “Duo-Chrome Infinity Scarf”, as I named it in the book, is the most popular of the 15 patterns in the book. So today, I decided to share the full pattern and let you get a sample of what else is in the book. I hope you like it, and if you do, please subscribe to get the book for yourself!
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3-in-1 Infinity Scarf Pattern
- Medium weight yarn in two colors. I used Yarn Bee Soft Secret yarn in Ivory and Mist.
- 6.5mm crochet hook
- Tapestry needle
1. Chain 160 with your first color and, without twisting the chain, slip stitch into the first chain.
2. Chain 2 and DC into the same space. DC all the way around the loop. At the end of the round, slip stitch to the top of the chain 2 you started with. This keeps your rounds from becoming jagged.
3. Repeat Step 2 until you have 7 rounds of your first color. Fasten off and switch to the second color. Work 7 rounds of color 2, then fasten off, weaving in any loose ends.
And you’re done! I really love this scarf and how it’s so simple but versatile. You can wear this scarf in a few different ways, too; you can have it arranged so that it’s all white, or all gray, or so that you get both colors showing through at once. However you decide to wear it, I think it’s awesome and it would make a really great gift too!
This is a really simple pattern to practice with if you’re just learning to crochet or if you want a quick project to work up without any fuss. If you need help with any of the techniques, though, you can find video tutorials and even more in The Beginner’s Guide to Crochet! No matter what level crocheter you are, I want to take a second to talk about the tools you use. Crochet hooks come in all kinds and sizes, but having good, comfortable hooks is important.
Now, this doesn’t mean you have to shell out a ton of money to get top-of-the-line hooks, but it is important to work with quality tools. These are my favorite crochet hooks and the ones I reach for every day. Ever since I got my hands on these, I’ve been able to crochet for longer periods of time, I’ve seen improvements in my crocheting, and I’ve made some money off them because I make so many things as custom orders now. They’re durable, comfortable, inexpensive and they even come in a handy case! I did a full review of these hooks if you want more information about them.
You can use any hooks of course, and I made this scarf before I got my rainbow hooks, but if you really want to step it up and save your hands from discomfort, invest in good hooks. And you don’t even need to invest a lot of money for these. If you need help figuring out what tools you need to get started crocheting (or get better at crocheting!) check out this post all about my favorite tools and why I love them!
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