This may be my last winter item.  The Double Cross Infinity Scarf came into being by accident.  I was at that time where I lost my interest in crocheting and I was tired of the yarn in my stash.  As most of us say, “I will not buy any more yarn until I use what I have”.  LOL, that does not always work.  I was armed with full skein of red yarn and off I went.  The yarn is really red and not pink.

Pop in your favorite DVD and knock this easy project out.  The Double Cross Infinity Scarf will make an excellent last minute gift.

Double Cross Infinity Scarf

Supplies:  Big Twist Collection Sincerely Yarn – Red

Weight: 6oz, 170 gms, 332 yds, 295 meters

I Hook/5.5 mm

Tapestry Needle

Scissors

Abbreviations:

ch – chain

st – stitch

sk – skip

dc – double crochet

 

Notes:  Gauge is not important.

Finished scarf measured approximately 59”

 

Instructions:

Row 1:  Ch27, dc in 4th ch from hook, dc in next ch and in each ch to end, turn.

Row 2:  Ch3 (counts as dc now and throughout), dc in next st, *sk st, dc in next 2 sts, dc in sk st, repeat  from * across to last 2 sts, dc in last 2 sts, turn.

Row 3:  Ch3, dc in next st and in each st to end, turn.

Repeat Row 2 and Row 3 until desired length or until you run out of yarn.  I used the entire skein.

Make sure you end at Row 2 when you reach your length.

Finish off and weave ends.

You can either whipstitch the ends for an infinity scarf or leave the ends separated for a regular scarf.

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I started crocheting again after many years. Back then when I thought of the word crochet a granny square comes to mind first. No one was wearing crocheted clothes and the fad of crocheting died. I picked up a hook and some yarn and I was on my way. No more granny square blankets for me. Thanks to the internet you can learn anything you want and if you search just a little bit further you will find people who share your passion. I immediately I became enthralled in Pinterest, Ravelry and Facebook crochet groups. If I ran into a snag there was YouTube, I can learn a new stitch from a live person. So two years later here I am, a certified crochet addict and lover of yarn.

If you are a die hard crocheter you will understand. I have so many WIP’s going on at one time until I confuse myself. The attack of the yarn has made it to my home. Yarn has found it’s way from my computer room, bedroom, and now it rests in the family room. Pretty funny having my son’s friends over and they are moving yarn to sit down and I provide the entertainment of showing them my finished work. I think that’s the real reason why they want to come by so much.

To combat the many unfinished projects I decided to keep an online presence of what I do, make and find on the web.

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