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Jan 2, 2013

Infinity chain scarf (+ free pattern)

First of all I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year and may your year be filled with plenty of happiness and lots and lots of beautiful and creative moments!!!

The festive season is a time for family and there is hardly any time for ourselves but this is all behind us now and a new year with new resolutions has started. This is day 2!!! So time to be creative.
Just before the holidays I have made this chain scarf. It is the simplest thing ever, it is beginners level but I think any level will enjoy making this as this is a good reason to get rid of little bits and pieces of yarn from last year. Like this, your scarf could turn into a colourful item and at the same time you have created some new space to stock up on Spring colours :-).

With the length I have chosen you can wrap the scarf an additional time around your neck. Of course you can test this out and make it longer if preferred.




PATTERN:

Row1: 200ch, finish circle with a slip stitch and fasten off.

Repeat this 32 times (less or more depending on your yarn thickness or the thickness you would like to give to your infinity scarf).

30 chains are for the actual scarf, the 2 additional ones I have used to turn around the 30 chains to keep them nice and need together and finally sewed them slightly to the bunch of chains to keep them in their position.





8 comments:

  1. beautiful! visiting you from the etsy promotion team :) new follower!

    Saralyn

    www.studiomaisonblog.us

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  2. Hi Saralyn, thank you for stopping by!!

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    1. ... and so easy :-). Thank you and thank you for stopping by RenJac!

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  6. what do you do to wrap the yarn around to hold it together? I don't see instructions for that.

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    1. I actually used a yarn needle at the end to weave in the ends very well, to make sure it was all well locked and stable. Hope this helps :-)

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