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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Seashell Crochet Infinity Scarf

The infinity scarf version of the Seashell Cowl I had thought of while I as working on the Seashell Ear-warmer, but it didn't seem to want to work in my head. So when a few subscribers of my YouTube channel asked about it I decided to try a little harder. Well this is how it turned out!
 I LOVE IT! I hope you do too.

Please go to Ravelry or Etsy to print off the pattern.  To view the pattern please keep scrolling.



It's was about 6F and snowing when I took these photos. That's February Maine for ya!

This scarf is about 60 inches around and I have it wrapped only once but it sure is long enough to go around twice.



I used Red Heart With Love Yarn. Colors are Eggshell, Bluebell and Lilac I think this scarf would be simply amazing in any color!




Here's a photo of the cowl, but a close up of the stitching.



Seashell Infinity Scarf Pattern
                 By Siena's Maine Design



Copyright© 2017 Siena's Maine Design Patterns This pattern may not be copied or sold. I encourage you to sell & give away items that you make using this pattern as long as credit is given to Siena's Maine Design.

Materials:
⦁ H 5.00MM crochet hook
⦁ Red Heart with Love one skein of each Eggshell, Bluebell and Lilac 315 yards each. Total yards you will need is about 600.
⦁ Yarn needle for weaving in ends

⦁ Scissors



Abbreviations:
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
DC = Double crochet
st = stitch
sc = single crochet
fpdc = front post double crochet 
* repeat text between stars *
fphdc = front post half double crochet
bphdc = back post half double crochet

Gauge:
5 rows of 10 DC = 4x4 inches


To begin the Seashell Infinity Scarf~

This scarf can be made longer or shorter by adding or subtracting in sets of 4. It can also be made as wide as you like by simply adding rows of shells.
For the scarf pictured I used Eggshell, then Bluebell, then Lilac each for four(4) shell rows.

Copyright© 2017 Siena's Maine Design Patterns This pattern may not be copied or sold. I encourage you to sell & give away items that you make using this pattern as long as credit is given to Siena's Maine Design.


Chain 176 and sl st to form a ring.

Base Row. Ch 1 sc into each st around. sl st to join. (176 sc)


Row 1. Chain 3 (this counts as 1st DC) *4 DC into the next st, skip 2 st, DC into next st* repeat around. Sl st to join.


Row 2.  Ch 1, fpdc into ch 3 of the first row, 4 DC into the space before the shell ( the 4DC set of the first row), see photo, skip 4 DC * fpdc the single DC, 4 DC into the space before shell of the previous row, skip 4 dc* *repeat around, sl st to join. 


Row 3-12. Ch 1, *fpdc the fpdc, 4 DC into the space before shell of the previous row, skip 4 dc, * *repeat around and this row intil desired legnth, 12 rows of shells suggested. sl st to join at the end of each row.


+ Please note that your scarf will be curling on to it self like crazy! The finishing rows will cure this problem.+ 


Finishing SC Row: This row pulls together your new scarf and is super quick.

Ch 1, sc into the same st, sc into the next st, *skip 1 st, sc into the next 4 st, skip 1 st* Repeat around, lastly skiping the last st and sc into the remaining two stitches and sl st to join. 

Last Row 1: ch 1 hdcfp and hdcbp around each sc of the finishing row. Sl st to join. Snip yarn. 



Last Row 2: Now go back to the begining of your work and finish your scarf by hdcfp and hdcbp around the first row of sc. Sl st to join. Snip yarn. Weave in  your ends and show off your new scarf!! 


Thank you for choosing my pattern! Be sure to check out my other Seashell patterns!
All the best,
Jonna

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