Crochet The Autumn Leaves Infinity Scarf
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Crochet The Autumn Leaves Infinity Scarf

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Crochet The Autumn Leaves Infinity Scarf

Hi everyone, I hope you are well! Today I am bringing a new tutorial to you, on how to crochet The Autumn Leaves Infinity Scarf.

I was inspired to make this Autumn Leaves cowl over the week-end. The vibrant and gorgeous colours of nature this season inspiring me to choose the yarn. Crocheted with Lion Brand’s Landscapes in shade Tropics, it worked up so quickly and beautifully. I even managed to film and edit my video tutorial today! I was so pleased to be able to share this project with you today.

As always you can find my video tutorial on my Youtube channel: Crochet Autumn Leaves Scarf Video Tutorial

Crochet The Autumn Leaves Infinity Scarf
The simple and gorgeous colours make this project very special

Crochet The Autumn Leaves Infinity Scarf: this season is so beautiful

Autumn is one of my favourite seasons, and I find goes so perfectly with the art of crochet! I love to just be able to curl up with a gorgeous yarn and crochet hook, whipping up a quick afternoon project such as this one.

I loved creating this new infinity scarf, as the simple stitch repeat of Half Double Crochets makes for a lovely pattern. The beautiful autumn colours create such a striking pattern that I wanted to make a simple pattern so as to not take away from the lovely colours of this yarn.

Perfect quick and easy project for a gift

This is the perfect pattern if you want to make someone a quick, yet lovely, gift, as it works up very quickly. It can be paired with the matching headband/ear warmer that you can also find on this blog (The Autumn Leaves Ear Warmer). I loved creating this pattern, as the yarn just glides beautifully onto the crochet hook, making for a wonderful crochet experience.

I will definitely be using this amazing yarn in the future. Possibly for a slouchy jumper, or a simple cardigan, as the colours just dazzle me, and make me want to crochet.

Crochet The Autumn Leaves Infinity Scarf
This is a great idea for a gift

The beautiful Lion Brand Landscapes yarn remind me of my original French Alps

This yarn and the shade Tropics used for this cowl, really remind me of my home country, the French Alps. For this reason, this pattern is very close to my heart.

It felt as if I truly saw the beautiful Autumn trees, and falling leaves, the beautiful mountains, all in one gorgeous yarn. I am truly inspired and cannot wait to create my next patter with this wool. I think it is the reason I called this project The Autumn Leaves Infinity Scarf, because it reminded me so much of beautiful French landscapes.

Connecting with you

Let me know if you make this project, as I love to know your opinion. I would be delighted to answer any question you may have. You can also follow me on Social Media, and join my Facebook group called Selina Veronique’s Crochet Corner, where you can connect with our wonderful crochet community.

The free PDF pattern can be downloaded here: Autumn leaves scarf

I hope you enjoy this tutorial and pattern,

Xoxo, Selina.

Crochet The Autumn Leaves Infinity Scarf: The Pattern

Level: Easy/beginner

Gauge: 10×10 cm (4 in.x 4 in)Β  = 10 stitchs across and 6 rows

Notes: I will be using US terms (British terms in brackets)

Materials:

2 skeins of Lion Brand’s Landscapes in shade Tropics (or any other shade/yarn in Aran weight yarn)

6.5 mm crochet hook

Pair of scissors

Tapestry needle

Abbreviations:

Sl stΒ : slip stitch

HDC: Half Double crochet (UK Half Treble)

ChΒ : chain

Begin pattern here:

To start, make a slip knot.

Ch. 130

Complete rows as follows:

1 : ch.2 (counts as HDC throughout), HDC in next stitch, and HDC until end of row (=131 HDC)

2 : ch.2, HDC in 2nd stitch, HDC until end of row (=131 HDC)

3-13 : Repeat row 2

Fasten off, leaving long tail to sew both ends of project to create cowl. Tidy up all loose ends.

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