The weather here can’t make up its mind. One day I’m throwing on a t-shirt while I’m inside and the next it’s snowing.
While the fluctuating weather can make wardrobe choices a little trickier, I’m glad we’ve had at least some cold days. I love layering up, grabbing a thick coat, and heading out into the frigid outdoors. Maybe I’m weird like that, but what else do you expect from a January baby?
One of my favorite ways to spruce up an outfit is with crochet accessories, especially scarves. Although I have a ton of crochet scarves (I made so many scarves when I was first learning; can anyone else relate?), I tend to gravitate towards a few that are my favorites.
The free crochet pattern I’m sharing today, the Trellis Infinity Scarf, is one such scarf. It works with so many items in my closet, is super cosy, and can be worn in variety of ways. I love it!
I used a very chunky yarn for this project. To balance out the the thickness of the yarn, I designed a loose, lacy texture for the scarf. This allows the scarf to provide warmth without suffocating me under the dense yarn. 🙂
Lastly, I think you might appreciate the simplicity of this Trellis Infinity Scarf. It only requires chain stitches and double crochet, and the second row is just repeated until the project is the length you want.
What are you waiting for? Check out the free crochet pattern below!
Trellis Infinity Scarf:
- Lion Brand Homespun Thick and Quick, Mixed Berries, 1 skein
- size N (10mm) crochet hook
- tapestry needle
Row 1: in 6th ch from hook, dc, ch 2, dc in same spot as previous dc; *skip next 2 ch, dc, ch 2, dc in same spot as previous dc* repeat from *to* 2 times total; dc
Row 2: ch 3, *in next ch 2 space from previous row, dc, ch 2, dc* repeat from *to* 3 times total; dc in side loop
Repeat Row 2 until scarf is desired length
To make scarf an infinity scarf, line up both edges of scarf, slip st together, fasten off, weave in ends
And there you have it! Enjoy this new accessory for these colder days of the year.