Yesterday I wrote about Buttercream Thick & Thin yarn from JoAnn’s. But today I’d like to share the pattern I used to create a double wrap infinity scarf with two skeins and an N-15 crochet hook.
As I mentioned yesterday, I found it difficult to find crochet patterns for this type of yarn online. There are a few knitting patterns. JoAnn’s has a knit pattern for the yarn on their website.
Rowan also has a similar thick and thin yarn. And they have a brochure of patterns for knitters on their website.
Here’s what I did to create a thick and thin infinity scarf:
Foundation Chain: Chain 15.
First Row: Half double crochet in the 5th stitch from the hook. * Chain 1, skip one stitch, half double crochet in next stitch. Repeat from * to the end. You should finish with 7 half double crochets, with the 7th in the last chain.
Second Row: Chain 2, turn, and half double crochet in the chain one space. * Chain 1, skip half double crochet in previous row, and half double crochet in next chain one space. Repeat from * to the end, ending with a half double crochet in the top of the turning chain. (I just made my last half double crochet in the space here.) You should end up with 6 half double crochets.
Repeat this row until the scarf is the desired length, then slip stitch the ends together. I put half a twist in it before slip stitching to give it some volume. Then fasten off, weave in the ends, and enjoy!