The Chevron Lace Infinity Scarf features a two row repeat – easy enough, but getting a chevron pattern established can be tricky! So here’s a video tutorial!
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Chevron Lace Infinity Scarf Tutorial – Right Handed
Chevron Lace Infinity Scarf Tutorial – Left Handed
As Seen In This Video:
- Chevron Lace Infinity Scarf – written pattern and chart, link to yarn shown included
- US – J hook by Furls Fiberarts
- Red Heart With Love in Iris
As you can see, it’s just a series of dcs and chs, with decreases and increases stacked on top of each other. There are two big decreases, one big increase, and two half increases on the edges. That’s my mental map anyway! The written pattern (linked above) has been tech edited, and the chart is super easy to use if you can read charts. With the addition of the videos, I hope this pattern is open to all!
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so simple and so pretty! Too many projects so little time! Thanks for the free pattern and video help! Love your blog!!!
😀 Thank you Linda!
Thank you so much for the pattern and especially the tutorial. Your video instructions really helped me break the parts down and understand the count. As soon as I check the size with my college-aged daughter, I will sew it together. I used a silver yarn with sequins, Payette by Michaels.
My grandmother loved the ripple (chevron) pattern. She made scores of afghans using this stitch, but this is my first attempt at using the stitch.
😀 I’m so glad Leslie! Thank you!
Forever grateful that you take the time to make these videos with your patterns. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!
🙂 I’m so glad it helps! Thank you Naomi!
How man ch would I do for a 4 yr old girl. Need 3 of the girls and one for mom.Thank you, Plus i want to wrap it on girls..
I would use the same chain count, as it’s not an overly wide scarf to begin with. 🙂
Hi! I faced some problem at Row 4. After my first decrease I only need 2 chain 1 skip 1 before I reach my next increase. It’s funny but I still managed to finish the end nicely with two stitches left to do the V stitch.
Swati Prasad Siddharth
Hi Tamara! First, thank you for a pretty pattern!
Two questions please.
1. On average how long should I make this scarf to allow for a double wrap for an adult? I’ve never made an infinity before and don’t own one either!
2. Once done, may I please share the pattern on my own blog with pictures of my wip and (hopefully!) finished scarf? I will, of course, # you and provide links to your original pattern.
My blog is not a crochet blog. If you would like to assess it, you will find it at http://www.PenNShutter.com
Hi Swati! Thank you! 🙂
1 – It depends on the size of the adult of course, but I find for an average woman, 60-70 inches is good – 60″ if she is short/thin/petite, 70″ if she is heavier/tall. So aiming for 65″ is usually a good one size fits most compromise.
2 – Please do! I just ask that you don’t reproduce the written pattern itself on the blog – just the link. I hope you’ll come back and share the link when it’s up! 🙂