Cora Infinity Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

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During the crazy busy holiday season, sometimes we need make a project that works up in under 30 minutes, and uses a simple stitch repeat. Well, I’ve got you all covered! Today I’ll be sharing the Cora Infinity scarf with you all. This scarf is worked quickly using a super bulky weight (6) yarn and a 10mm hook, you’ll have it done in no time!

This scarf can easily be adjusted to be as a thick or thing as you’d like. For a thicker scarf add a few more rows before seaming, or vice versa.

Materials:

- 10.00mm Crochet Hook

- 2 Balls Loops & Threads Country Loom yarn in weathered rock (Super Bulky 6 Weight)

- Scissors

- Yarn Needle

Notes:

Scarf is worked in rows, ends are seamed together once finished.

Adjust how chunky your scarf is by adding or taking away rows.  

Chain 1 does not count as a stitch.

Gauge:

Using a 10.00mm Crochet Hook

8 Half Double Crochet BLO Stitches = 4”

6 Half Double Crochet BLO Rows = 4”

For a complete list of crochet abbreviations and terminology click HERE.

Pattern:

Note - For longer scarf make a longer chain.

Ch 123

R1 - Turn, HDC into the 2nd Ch from the hook and across the row (122)

R2 - Ch1, Turn, HDC BLO across (122)

Repeat row 2 for a total of 8 rows.

Note - For a chunkier scarf work more rows.

Do not fasten off, continue on to seaming.

Seaming:

Fold your scarf in half (last row to the foundation row), making sure to not twist it. Slip stitch together. Fasten off, weaving in all ends. Flip so the seam is on the inside.