Living up north, you need all the warmth you can get, especially December through February, and having a good scarf makes ALL the difference. We live in Pennsylvania, and sometimes have weather in the single digits with strong winds and snow...it's no joke! The infinity scarf is no more difficult to make than a normal scarf but soooo much warmer since you wrap it 2-3 times. Here is my easy-to-follow video, and written instructions are below. Happy crocheting!
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Project Time: 45-60 minutes
2 skeins Lion Brand Hometown USA® Yarn
Chain stitch 100.
Turn work over and begin second row using the single crochet stitch.
Continue to turn work for each row, crocheting a total of 9-10 rows or until both skeins of yarn have been used. Your project will look like a normal scarf at this point.
Since this is an infinity scarf, we need to tie the ends together. Face the two ends together. Pick up two stitches from each side, yarn over, and pull through. Continue all the way down the ends until the scarf ends have all been crocheted together.
Care: Machine wash cold or warm. Dryer safe.
Isn't that simple?! These scarves make amazing holiday gifts and are so much fun to make for yourself too. I love the yarn used in this project because it's so soft and easy to work with. Be sure to check out our other neat crochet projects. Thanks so much for reading!