Infinity scarfs are a must have for me! The sassy scarf is a great early fall scarf that you can add to your outfit without getting too warm. Gives off some beautiful boho vibes!!
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Let’s get into the material needed so you can make one of these babes yourself! 🙂
6 mm J crochet Hook
Size 4 yarn- You can use any fiber you would like. For mine I used Lion Brand’s “Comfy Cotton”.
Approx. 390 yards of yarn needed
HDC- Half Double Crochet
DC- Double Crochet
* or * * – Repeat whatever follows
Methods you need to know
Working in the round.
Beginning chains do not count as a stitch
Ch 200, make sure your chain is not twisted and slip stitch the ends together to create a circle.
Round 1-2- CH 1, hdc in each ch. Sl st to beginning hdc (200 hdc)
Round 3- ch 2, dc in first st. *ch 1, sk 1, dc in next st* repeat * * until end of round. Sl st to beginning dc.
Round 4- ch 1, hdc in each st and ch 1 space. Sl st to beginning hdc (200 hdc)
Round 5- repeat round 3
Round 6- repeat round 4
Round 7- ch 1, hdc in each st around. Sl st to beginning hdc (200 hdc)
Round 8- repeat round 3
Round 9- repeat round 4
Round 10- repeat round 3
Round 11- repeat round 4
Round 12- repeat round 7
Round 13- repeat round 3
Round 14- repeat round 4
1- Find a book, dvd case, anything that you will be able to wrap your yarn around. Keep in mind the width of that item will be how long your fringe will be.
2- Wrap your yarn around once, holding the end down with your thumb.
3- Continue wrapping it around for a total of 200 wraps.
4- Turn to the side and cut the strings in half.
You will now have 200 strings to use as your fringe. See the next page for attaching the fringe.
1- Grab two pieces of string, and your crochet hook. Line up the two pieces of string, then fold in half.
2- Pick a stitch along the bottom of your scarf, insert your hook. Loop the folded strings around your hook, and pull them through the stitch.
3- You will now have a little loop. Wrap the 4 strings around your hook, and pull them through the bottom loop.
4- Pull tightly to secure your knot.
5- Keep repeating these steps skipping one stitch in-between.
That is it! Weave in any loose ends you may have and your scarf is finished!
I hope you enjoyed this pattern! I would LOVE to see progress & finished photos! Be sure to tag me on Instagram @sierrascrochetcrafts
Please feel free to sell finished items from this pattern, I just ask that you credit me as the pattern designer.