Today, it’s exciting to have Malena the designer behind https://www.straighthooked.com sharing her cute crochet textured infinity wrap pattern with us. This is an infinity wrap that can be styled in different ways and easy to adapt to any season. This would make a great wip to crochet while watching Netflix and having some fun crocheting yourself a good wrap.
Hello! I am so excited to be sharing my Infinite Icing Scarf today as a guest here at Fosbas Designs. I have been longing to use alpaca yarn for years, and for this design, I finally had an opportunity to use some! I wanted to create something that could be worn to jazz up any outfit whether the weather was cool or warm, and decided on an infinity scarf. I’ll be honest, I frogged this design many many times, trying to come up with the perfect stitch combination to best show off this gorgeous baby alpaca yarn. I really wanted to create something that would look like a gradient with the 4 colors of yarn I selected. All of the redoing was so worth it because I am absolutely thrilled with my final result!
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The Infinite Icing Scarf pattern is great for an advanced beginner because it is a simple repeat using only chains, single crochets, and half double crochets (in US terms.)
Materials needed for the free crochet infinity wrap pattern:
Hook – 5mm crochet hook
Yarn – DK (3) weight yarn (I used Knit Picks Alpaca Cloud in Bromwyn, Carson, Thomas, and Alfred)
Yardage – 500 yards
sc- single crochet
hdc- half double crochet
slst- slip stitch
- Gauge is not important for this project.
- This pattern is written in US terms
- The chain at the beginning of a round does not count as a stitch
- Pay close attention to the pattern instructions, as you will be turning after some rounds.
- Be sure to twist Row 1, as this creates the Mobius texture.
Row 1. ch 281, sc in second ch from hook and each ch across, twist once and slst to 1st sc. (280)
Rnd 2. ch 1, *hdc 3, ch 5, sk 2 sts*, repeat from *to* 55 times, slst to 1st hdc, turn. (448)
Rnd 3. ch 1, *5sc in ch 5 sp, sk 1 st, sc, sk 1 st*, repeat from *to* 55 times, slst to first sc. (336)
Rnd 4. slst to next st, ch 1, *hdc 3, ch 5, sk 3 sts*, repeat from *to* 55 times, slst to first hdc, turn. (448)
Rnds 5-27. repeat rnds 3-4, ending on rnd 3.
Rnd 28. slst to next st, ch 1, *hdc 3, ch3, sk 3 sts*, repeat from *to* 55 times, slst to first hdc, turn. (336)
Rnd 29. ch 1, *2sc in ch 3 sp, sc 3*, repeat from *to* 55 times, slst to 1st sc, finish off and weave in ends. (280)
And now you have a gorgeous infinity scarf you can wear to keep cozy or just to snag lots of compliments as you go about your day!
A little about myself: I am the owner of Straight Hooked, and I design fashionable accessories for the modern trendsetter. I have lived in Colorado, USA since birth, and have been crocheting for nearly 2 decades. My goal is to publish patterns that are easy to follow using simple stitches that look complicated, giving you a finished project that will garner you tons of compliments every time you wear them!
I can’t wait to see your beautiful makes from this easy-free crochet infinity wrap pattern. Do tag me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/straighthookedus with your wips and finished wrap pictures.