Welcome to this new, free crochet pattern I designed for the Holiday Stashdown. When designing for this project, I found extra skeins of Bulky yarns from previous projects and had the idea of creating an infinity scarf from them.
I do want to take a quick minute to thank Marie at Underground Crafter for inviting me to participate in this fun project =)
I’ll refer you to my Magic Cake Shawl free crochet pattern if you want to really whittle down your stash using your Bulky yarn leftovers. You’ll learn to make your magic cake from all your gorgeous leftovers, making this a really personal project. You’ll be amazed at the variety of looks this easy pattern can produce.
The Hudson infinity scarf works up SUPER QUICKLY. Max 2 evenings of Netflix and crochet. So if you’re running late on holiday crochet gifts, I’ve got you. And if you’re done crocheting for others and ready to spoil yourself, keep reading too.
This scarf is the hug you need.
HUDSON INFINITY SCARF
YARN: you will need a total of a just under 300 yds/250 m of SUPER BULKY WEIGHT (6) yarn. Mix and match your leftovers and/or forgotten skeins.
I used Lion Brand Wool-Ease, Thick & Quick (80% acrylic, 20% wool).
- Version 1: 2 skeins Mustard 170g (106 yds/97 m) + 1 skein Hudson’s Bay 140 g (87 yds/80 m)
- Version 2: 3 skeins Hudson’s Bay 140 g (87 yds/80 m)
HOOK: 13 mm
GAUGE: 6 sts x 9 rows = 4 in/10 cm / Gauge is not super important for this project.
FINISHED SIZE: 10 in/25.5 cm high x 64 in/162.5 cm around
- Blo… back loop only
- Fsc… foundation single crochet
- Sc… single crochet
- St… stitch
- The ch-1 at the beginning of rows does not count as a st.
- Scarf is worked in rows and sewn together at short ends.
Row 1. Ch 1, sc-blo in each st across, turn. 100 sts
Rows 2-20. Repeat Row 1. At the end of last row, fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.
ASSEMBLY: Using long tail, sew short ends together to form a tube.