Inspired by the deep reds and burnt oranges of falling autumn leaves, this infinity scarf is the perfect accessory to keep you warm on a long walk through the countryside and will add a pop of colour to any outfit.
So far it’s been my most worn make to date! The three colours make it super easy to style with all my winter coats. Seriously I have coats in khaki, navy, black and a grey tweed style and it goes with all of them! And you can easily customise it in the colours you wear most. Plus, as it’s made with two strands held together, it’s so warm and cosy to wear.
It’s ideal for beginners or anyone wanting a quick and easy project as it only uses a few basic stitches.
Available on LoveCrafts, Ravelry and Etsy.
Skill level: Basic, you will need to know chain, slip stitches and double crochet (US single crochet) stitches.
DK wool in 3 colours – you will need approx. 211-226 yards (193-206 meters) of each colour.
Finished size: 22cm high x 136cm long (circular).
Pattern includes: Full written instructions in both UK and US terms, and step-by-step photographs. Note: you will need to know how to complete chain, slip stitches and double crochet (US single crochet) stitches.