This simple yet elegant infinity scarf makes a great project for the busy crocheter. Give it as a gift, make one for yourself, or make more than one - it's that quick!
The stitch pattern, using chains, single and double crochets, is easy to learn, and the scarf crochets up quickly because of the chunky weight yarn and large hook. A beginning crocheter could easily pick up the stitch pattern and create a beautiful scarf. The tulip stitch creates a slightly dense though openwork pattern that pairs perfectly with a chunky weight yarn for a comfy cozy winter accessory. Of course, if you prefer a more flowing drape, a worsted weight yarn may be used, as long as the hook size and dimensions are adjusted accordingly.
3 clusters and 5 rows = 4" (Gauge is not critical although tighter stitches yield a narrower scarf)
450 yards of Chunky weight