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Hello everyone!

I have finally designed my own item! And I have written out the pattern for it. It is infinity scarf that I have done for my sis in law to be.

I feel the winter is my favourite time of the year unless there is no snow, like here where I live. It’s always rainy in Ireland. Thats why I am heading away to Finland, Rovaniemi, arctic circle in february! Let me show you the finished product and I will take you straight to the free pattern that will be forever available on my blog.

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Aligned infinity scarf (difficulty-intermediate)

Materials used:
super chunky wool (I used sirdar hayfield super chunky) in
   -main color A two skeins
   -contrast color B one skein
   -contrast color C one skein     ^numbrr of skeins depends on the weight
8mm crochet hook
Scissors
Yarn needle

Abbreviations:
Ch-chain
Sl st-slip stitch
Dc-double crochet
X-crossed double crochet
Sk-skip
Rep-repeat

Pattern:

R1: with A chain 130

R2: dc in 4th chain from hook, dc in same space, sk1, *2dc in next, sk1* rep from * till the end. Make an extra dc in last stitch (3 stitches in total in last chain) turn

R3: ch3 (counts as dc from here on), *sk next dc, dc in next, dc in skipped dc (x made)* rep from * till last. Dc in 3rd chain of turning chain. Turn

R4: join color B. Ch3 *sk1, 2dc inside x (in space between two of the crossed dc)* rep from * till last x, dc in 3rd chain of turning chain. Turn

R5: repeat row 3

R6: join back A, rep row 4

R7: rep row 3. Fasten of

Edging:
Join C to one dc before the corner. Ch3,  Dc in each around, and 3dc in every corner. Join with sl st. Fasten of.

Finishing:
Join short edges with whip stitch carefully aligned. Weave in all ends.

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You are allowed to link to my pattern
You are allowed to sell finished product stating that design belongs to someone else
You are allowed to share pattern with others linking to my blog
You are NOT allowed to use my pattern as your own
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With Love, Dorota