Free Pattern – Dreamer Infinity Scarf

 

 

 

I absolutely love the cold, rain and snow but I don’t enjoy being cold. A few months ago, I found this delicious yarn and fell in love with it. At first, I was attracted to the name, Latte Cake. I mean, lattes do contain coffee so that was enough justification in itself for me to purchase it. Of course, once I felt how soft it was, I grabbed a few skeins and ran towards the registers.

Then the inevitable happened. It sat there unused because I couldn’t find the perfect pattern for it. The yarn is beautiful but I found that fancy stitches just get lost in all the furry goodness. The day after my polar bear plunge, I sat trying to warm up and decided that I was just going to have to make up a pattern so that I could finally use the Latte Cake for something warm to wear.

Ladies and gents, meet my super easy Dreamer infinity scarf! It’s a quick project and used only about 3/4 of the skein. I plan on making some simple fingerless gloves to go along with it. I loved working with this yarn. It flows well on my hook and the softness of it made it a warm yarn to cozy up to.

I hope you enjoy this scarf as much as I am enjoying mine! Thank you for stopping by and don’t forget to say hi so I know you were here.

You are welcome to sell any finished products you make with this pattern. Whenever possible, please give Coffee Loves Yarn credit for the design. You many not, however, claim this pattern as your own. If sharing this pattern, please link this blog post to direct users back to Coffee Loves Yarn. Thank you for understanding!

Please read through pattern and notes before beginning. This pattern has been tested. If you find any mistakes or need clarification, please feel free to contact me and I will reply as soon as possible.

Carolina

Dreamer Infinity Scarf

By Coffee Loves Yarn

Materials:

  • 6.50MM or K hook
  • Caron Latte Cake in the colorway Red Macaron (or any size 5 bulky yarn of your choice)
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors

Notes:

  • Gauge is not important. You can use any yarn with appropriate hook. If you are using a lighter weight yarn and smaller hook, add more stitches to your starting chain to make sure it comes out as wide as you would like it to be.
  • The stitch count for each row will appear in ( ) at the end of the row.
  • The chaining at the end of a row does not count as a stitch.

Stitches:

  • St – stitch
  • Ch – chain
  • Dc – double crochet
  • Slst – slip stitch
  • Sk – skip the next stitch

Scarf:

Ch35

Row 1: Dc into the third ch from the hook and into each st across, ch2, turn (33dc)

Row 2: Dc into each st across, ch2, turn (33dc)

Row 3: Dc into each st across, ch2, turn (33dc)

Row 4: Dc into the first two sts, *ch1, sk one st, dc into the next st* repeat between * * across until the last three sts then ch1, sk one st, dc into each of the last two sts, ch2, turn (15 ch1 spaces, 18dc)

Row 5: Dc into the first two sts, *ch1, dc into the dc* repeat between * * across ending with a dc into each of the last two dc, ch2, turn (15 ch1 spaces, 18 dc)

Row 6: Dc into the first two sts, *ch1, dc into the dc* repeat between * * across ending with a dc into each of the last two dc, ch2, turn (15 ch1 spaces, 18dc)

Row 7: Dc into each dc and ch1 space across, ch2, turn (33dc)

Row 8: Dc into each st across, ch2, turn (33dc)

Row 9: Dc into each st across, ch2, turn (33dc)

Rows 10-72: repeat rows 4-9, ending with row 6. If you wish your scarf to be longer, just continue with the pattern until the desired length is reached. To make sure the pattern flows well, make sure you end with row 6.

You can either leave it as a regular scarf of turn it into an infinity scarf by folding it in half and joining both ends. I prefer to use a whip stitch and sew them together. If you prefer to crochet the ends together, simply do a slst or a single crochet, making sure you go under the stitches on both ends to join.

Fasten off and weave in any loose ends.

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