These scarves are simple, cozy and perfect for any outfit! Here are some simple crochet instructions for this scarf!
2 skeins of worsted weight yarn (I love the fuzzy textured yarn. I used Loops and Threads Kaleidoscope)
a yarn needle to weave in ends
Chain (ch) 17.
Foundation Row (Row 1): Double crochet (dc) in the 3rd chain from the hook (see picture above).
dc 15 across the chain and turn (this will yield a total of 16 dc if you include the 2 chains you skipped at the beginning of the row as a dc)
Row 2: ch 2, dc 15, turn.
Row 3-65 : Repeat Row 2.
This project takes two skeins-- or less-- depending on how loose you crochet. When you need to connect the next skein-- simply tie a knot at the end of the remaining yarn and keep crocheting. Weave the ends of the knots after you are finished.
Now that you have 65 rows- it's time to seam the ends together to make it an infinity scarf.
There are a lot of ways you could do this.Just put your needle into both the previous row and the end of the other side, yarn over, and pull all the way through. If you need a visual check out this link from Lion Brand Yarn’s!
Weave in the ends with a yarn needle. Finished!