Crochet The Simple Purity Infinity Scarf
Crochet The Simple Purity Infinity Scarf
Hello everyone! This week I am bringing to you a new tutorial on how to crochet The Simple Purity Infinity Scarf. This easy crochet project is perfect for beginner and expert crocheters alike. It is however a very simple repeat pattern, so can be a perfect first time project if you are just beginning to crochet.
You can find the video tutorial for this project here: The Simple Purity Infinity Scarf Video Tutorial
Do you love to crochet infinity scarves as much as me? I love these simple and quick project. They are perfect for relaxing on a cosy Winter evening.
Crochet The Simple Purity Infinity Scarf: the inspiration
I love crocheting Winter project with light colours. This helps dispel the sometimes long Winter evening blues, so I do love a bit of lightness! Especially during these challenging times, we need all the light we can have.
This project was inspired by the yarn I used to crochet it. I used James C Brett Marble Chunky yarn, and I absolutely love this speckled 100% acrylic yarn. It’s a very soft and chunky yarn, perfect for Winter projects. It’s also very easy to crochet with.
With this exact yarn, I crocheted The Paige Cocoon Shrug in November. You can find this project here: The Paige Cocoon Cardigan Blog post & Tutorial
So if you have already made The Paige Cocoon Cardigan, it will be amazing to have the matching infinity scarf! This cocoon cardigan is very easy to crochet too.
Crochet The Simple Purity Infinity Scarf: behind the name
The name “Simple Purity” came to me very easily, as this beautiful yarn reminds me of pure beauty. It’s a very simple design, yet it looks stunning. It’s a great accessory that goes well with so many other colours.
This pattern is created with a very simple repeat of V stitches. Once we have finished creating the length we wish, we then simply fold the project in half, before sewing the seam together. And voilà, our project is done!
So it is not only a beautiful accessory, but also a very easy and relaxing crochet project. I hope you enjoy it as much as me!
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Crochet The Simple Purity Infinity Scarf: the pattern
You can purchase the ad free, PDF pattern for this project from my Etsy store: Crochet The Simple Purity PDF Pattern
Notes: I will be writing in US terms (British terms in brackets)
Gauge: 4” (=10 cm) = 5 V stitch repeats
4” (=10 cm) =5 rows
Please note gauge is not crucial for completion of this project.
Sizes of finished Infinity Scarf before sewing: 64”x7” (162 cm x 18 cm)
1 skein of James C Brett Marble Chunky in shade MC82 (or any other chunky weight yarn of your preference)
A 7 mm crochet hook
A tapestry needle
A pair of scissors
DC: Double Crochet (UK Treble Crochet)
Sl st: Slip stitch
EOR: End of row
Pattern starts here
Ch 20 (pattern calls for a multiple of 2 + 2 for base chain)
Note: 2 DC into 1 st=V stitch
Row 1: Place 2 DC into 4th ch from hook, [sk 1 ch, place 2 DC in next ch] until last 2 ch; sk 1 ch, 1 DC into last ch.
Row 2: Ch 3 (=DC), turn your work. Place 2 DC (=V stitch) into next V stitch from previous row until eor, finishing row by placing a DC into the ch 3 from previous row.
Row 3-73: repeat row 2.
Fasten off, tidy up your loose ends.
Sew your project together to create infinity scarf:
Place project flat, and close in two to create a neat seam. Using mattress stitch and tapestry needle, sew in both sides to create an infinity scarf.