Wonderland Garden Infinity Dress Scarf Crochet Pattern

Pattern Design by Colleen Hays with YarnWars.com

Wonderland Garden filled with magic and whimsy. This lovely scarf allows you to embrace that perfectly imperfect fantastical charm in your everyday wear!

Pattern Terms:

This pattern is being offered free to the public for creation purposes. Selling this pattern is strictly prohibited, altering or modifying this pattern for distribution purposes is strictly prohibited. This does not mean you cannot change the pattern for your own personal use! You may not change the pattern to distribute or share/claim it as your own in yours or any other community, website or any other venue. Whatever you choose to do with your end product is your choice. There was a lot of time and effort that went into creating this pattern to make available free to the public. If you plan on sharing this pattern with your community, members or friends, please refer to the original designer of this pattern Colleen Hays with YarnWars.com. Thank you so much!

FULL VIDEO TUTORIAL AVAILABLE – CLICK HERE!!

 

Supplies needed:

K hook

-Yarn – This offers a dressier look with a lighter weight yarn. Yarn used in photos above along with video is Red Heart Unforgettable. Look for these symbols:

 

 

 

The 4 weight covers many different yarns, many that are still light and airy. Perfect for this scarf!

-Smaller blunt needle

-Scissors

 

Techniques Used in Pattern:

Hdc – Half Double Crochet (Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, pull yarn through, yarn over, pull through all 3 loops on hook.)

Dc – Double Crochet (Yarn over, Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull yarn through stitch, yarn over pull through 2, yarn over pull through last 2 stitches on hook.)

Sl st – Slip Stitch (Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull yarn through, continue to pull yarn through both loops on hook.)

Fphdc – Front Post Half Double Crochet (Yarn over, insert hook in, from front, around and back through to front of double crochet from previous row. Yarn over, pull hook through stitch, yarn over, pull hook through all 3 loops on hook)

Bphdc – Back Post Half Double Crochet (Yarn over, insert hook in, from back of project, around and back through to back of double crochet from previous row. Yarn over, pull hook through stitch, yarn over, pull hook through all 3 loops on hook) Fphdc and Bphdc section of video can be seen by clicking here!

FpPuff – Front Post Puff

(Yarn over, insert hook in, from front, around and back through to front of double crochet from previous row. (See photo below). Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, yarn over pull through (you will have 3 loops on hook.)

Yarn over again, insert hook around same stitch, yarn over & pull through (you will now have 5 loops on your hook)

Yarn over one last time, insert hook around same stitch, yarn over & pull through (you now have 7 loops on your hook). Yarn over, pull through all 7 loops on hook.) Click here to watch section of video on the Fp Puff stitch!

In photo 1 & 6, the needle shows where you will insert hook for 1st front post stitch and 2nd front post stitch. Photo’s 2 – 5 show make of front post puff stitch (fp puff).

 

Notes:

The infinity scarf measures 72” end to end. This allows you to double wrap the scarf to give a full & dressy look, especially when using a lighter weight yarn. You can, however, make it any length to create your own trendy wrap.

This scarf, if made with the starting chain in pattern, should measure approx. 3.5” – 4” in width.

I have done my best to offer different mediums for your convenience. If you have trouble with any section of the pattern, quite a few of the sections offer video. Make sure to click on links if you are struggling with a specific technique. The video sections are clipped from the full video, so if you are looking for something you can work along with, click on the Full Video Tutorial link at the top of this pattern page.

 

Pattern:

Chain 14

  1. Hdc into 2nd chain from hook & into each chain after. Turn (13)
  2. Ch 2, dc into 1st stitch and every stitch following to end of row. Turn (13)
  3. Ch 2, hdc into 1st st, skip next dc, fphdc around next dc from previous round, (see photo 1 above for starting fphdc), *bphdc around next dc, fphdc around next*, repeat ** to end of row, ending with fphdc around last dc and hdc in last stitch Turn (13) (This section is shown in the video here: https://youtu.be/tV3Fe86wXos?t=9m05s )
  4. Ch 2, hdc into 1st stitch and every stitch following to end of row. Turn (13)
  5. Ch 2, hdc into 1st st, fp puff around the dc section of the 1st fphdc worked from previous round (see photo 1 in fp puff diagram above), hdc in next st (which is just over the bphdc from last row), *fp puff around next fphdc, hdc in next st* repeat ** to end. Turn  (13) (This section is shown in the video here: https://youtu.be/tV3Fe86wXos?t=13m57s )
  6. Ch 2, hdc into each st to end of row. Turn (13)
  7. Ch 2, dc into each st to end of row. Turn (13)
  8. Ch 2, hdc into 1st st, skip next dc, fphdc around next dc from previous round *bphdc around next dc, fphdc around next*, repeat ** to end of row, ending with fphdc around last dc and hdc in last stitch. Turn (13)
  9. Ch 2, hdc into 1st st, fp puff around the dc section of the 1st fphdc worked from previous round, hdc in next st (which is just over the bphdc from last row), *fp puff around next fphdc, hdc in next st* repeat ** to end. Turn  (13) (This section is shown in the video here: https://youtu.be/tV3Fe86wXos?t=26m20s )
  10. Ch 2, hdc into each st to end of row. Turn (13)

REPEAT rows 7 – 10 until you finish the length of your scarf making sure to finish with row of hdc & leave approx 8 – 10” tail at end if you are going to stitch your ends together. If you would like to view the video section for the close I worked, click here!

When you reach the end, meet your 2 right sides together at ends to connect.

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You can either stitch the ends together with needle and tail of project, or you can work from front loop of end facing you to back loop of end on opposite side, slip stitching down to end. Finish off / hide tails.

 

 

FULL VIDEO TUTORIAL AVAILABLE – CLICK HERE!!

 

I hope you have enjoyed the Wonderland Garden Infinity Dress Scarf pattern. As As mentioned in the beginning, the lighter the yarn weight, the dressier the scarf. It is meant for everyday business / casual. If you work with an even lighter weight than I have listed above, you might even try dropping to J hook.

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Happy yarning my dear friends!

 

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