My mom and Nanny taught me to crochet when I was little. But it wasnt until after I had all my kiddos that I really started to do it. I learned what they hadnt taught me from youtube. I taught ...
My mom and Nanny taught me to crochet when I was little. But it wasnt until after I had all my kiddos that I really started to do it. I learned what they hadnt taught me from youtube. I taught myself to read pattern something my mom and grandmother still dont know how to do. I started out just making stuff for my family. But after finding a group of crocheting ladies and with their advice and the support of my family I started my own page selling hats and things. It wasnt long after that that I started playing around coming up with my own stitch combinations and branched off into designing. I hope to improve and get batter at crocheting and writing patterns. I am always excited to learn something new :)
This close fitting wide infinity scarf will give you multiple looks from one garment. The scarf is reversible, and because of the way we will place the stitches each side will have a different, look, feel and texture. Being close fitting and wide allows you to wear it tall as a cowl, or fold it over like you would a collar, or roll it onto itself for a whole new scarf look. You could also continue the pattern for another 10-15 rows and have a thick scarf that is also a hood cowl that will keep your ears warm in the cold! I hope you enjoy it :)
Not especially critical in this project.
My gauge is 3 hdc by 3 rows = 1 inch square. This gives a scarf that is 30 inches long (before joining) by 7 inches wide (for the infinity scarf 12 inches wide for the hood cowl). You can adjust the hook to get your desired finished size.
300 yards of Worsted weight