A Unique Gift ~ Infinity Scarf Pattern

Each one of us has a unique gift that we need to find.
We need to find it so that we can use it to help others. :)

I have met so many people in my life, and at first look they might not seem to special. Yet despite that they've always surprised and inspired me with their unique gift! A gift they have and use in a way that no one else can... So since I've been so inspired to be unique, I thought I'd share the pattern for this scarf, since it helps to remind me that everyone is special and unique! 



What You'll Need:
10.00 Crochet Hook
4 Skeins of 100g 8ply Yarn {You probably won't use up all 4 skeins, but it's better to be safe and have enough of the same colour to finish it}
Wool/Tapestry Needle
Scissors

Finished Size:
Roughly 65 inches around and 8 inches wide.
{Note: This all depends on how loosely or tightly you crochet.}

Pattern:
Start of by making a Slip Knot and crocheting 151 Chain Stitches using 2 strands of yarn. 
 
Row 1~ Chain up 1 still using 2 strands of yarn, crochet 2 Single Crochets in the next 2 stitches. *Skip 3 chains/stitches then crochet 7 Double Crochets in the next stitch. Skip 3 chains/stitches then crochet 1 single crochet into each of the following 3 chains.* Repeat from the * all across, making sure to end with 1 single crochets in the last 2 chains.


Row 2~ Chain up 2, crochet 4 Double Crochets Together. This video below should help explain what this means. 

After you've crochet 4 double crochets together, *Chain 3, then crochet 1 single crochet into each of  the next 3 stitches, chain 3. Now crochet 7 Double Crochets Together.*


Repeat from the * all across, making sure to end with 4 Double Crochets Together.

Row 3~  Chain 2, then crochet 4 double crochets into stitch consisting of 4 Double Crochets Together. *Skip chain 3 space, then crochet 1 single crochet into each of the following 3 stitches. Skip chain 3 space, crochet 7 double crochets into stitch consisting of  7 Double Crochets Together. Repeat from * across, Making sure to end with 4 double crochets in stitch consisting of 4 Double Crochets Together.

Row 4~ Chain 1. Crochet 2 single crochets. *Chain 3, then crochet  7 Double Crochets Together. Chain 3, crochet 1 single crochet into each of the following 3 stitches* Repeat from the * across, making sure to end with 1 single crochet into each of the last 2 stitches.

Now you need to repeat rows 1-4, 1 more time. Then repeat only row 1-2. But do NOT bind off.


When you've completed all the rows, connect the two ends of the scarf together to create a circle (thus a circle scarf) and Slip Stitch them together.
Fasten off, and weave in ends.

If you did crochet this, please post a photo of your creation onto my Facebook Page, I'd love to see it!
Hope you all enjoyed this pattern!
Have a lovely day crocheting and crafting everyone!



155 comments:

  1. Very lovely! Thanks for the pattern!

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    1. Beautiful scarf, I'm going to try one with a soft 4 strand yarn. I'm hoping to get a more open stitch. I'll share the results when I get done..by that time it might be cold weather again. :-)

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    2. Ohhhh, just what I needed!! Thank You!!

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  2. So pretty! I love scarves like this

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    1. This is a very beautiful scarf, but am having a hard time when I turn to start the second row. It said to chain up two and crochet 4 dbl crochets together. I don't understand where to start them.

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  3. hoooah.. I wanna try it right now..thanks for the article ^^
    love it..now I learned a new thing about how to do 4 & 7 Double Crochets Together..:)

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    1. Aw that's great! Glad I could be a part of your learning experience :)
      Hope you're busy having an amazing day crocheting!!
      Xx

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  4. Hey,
    so i dont know if this is normal but I just did rows 1,2&3 and the scarf is very very wavy. doesnt lay fat at all.. normal?

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    1. It is a bit wavy, which gives it texture :) But if it's extremely wavy your tension might be a bit too tight.
      Xx

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    2. what do you mean by this:
      crochet 7 double crochets into 7 Double Crochets Together.
      i might restart it.

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    3. When you crochet 7 double crochets together, it forms 1 stitch. In the following round you need to crochet 7 double crochets into that 1 stitch formed by 7 double crochets together. :)

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    4. I think this is the Catherine Wheel stitch. Or very similar. When you Google "Catherine Wheel stitch" some very helpful YouTube videos will appear.
      Thank you for sharing this pattern--I plan to try it!

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  5. I would love to make this for the teacher's at my daughter's school for christmas gift, unfortunately i don't understand the pattern :(

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    1. What are you having trouble understanding? Maybe I can help :)

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  6. I would love to make this. However, my first question involves the first step of using two strands of yarn. What happens to the second strand after the first row?

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    1. You use 2 strands for the entire project :)

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  7. What a lovely pattern! I realy gonna try this one.
    Thank you so much.

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    1. You're welcome, so glad you love it! :)

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  8. Lovely blog. Stopped by from Tangled Happy. I am your newest follower :)

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    1. Thank you for your sweet comment! It means a lot to me :)
      Xx

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  9. Thanks for sharing! Pinned and I can't wait to make it!

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  10. Beautiful and even more so because you share it with us! Thanks
    Gabli

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    1. Aww thank you! I love sharing things with you guys :)
      Xx

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  11. Hi!

    I am starting to make the scarf! Only thing is I am confused on row 3... What do you mean by " *Skip chain 3 space". Does that mean skip 1st space, chain 3? Please let me know, thank you.

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    1. It means skip doing ANY stitches in the 3 chains you made in the previous row. Hope this helps :)

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  12. I had trouble with row three too, but in the comments section this: "When you crochet 7 double crochets together, it forms 1 stitch. In the following round you need to crochet 7 double crochets into that 1 stitch formed by 7 double crochets together. :)" really helped! So the seven crochets go into one stitch....I'm not sure if there is a better way to write that in the directions?

    Anyway, thanks so much for the pattern! I love it!

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    1. Thanks for your tip! I'll go try to make the pattern a bit easier to understand :)
      Xx

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  13. Beautiful scarf, can't wait to try it! Thanks for sharing the pattern. What US letter size hook did you use? Thanks again

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    1. Thank you Andrea! I used a size P hook :)
      Xx

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  14. it looks like you are using two strands of Worsted Weight yarn. Is that right? If not what weight yarn are you using?

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    1. Yep, that's correct :)

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    2. thank you :) love your pattern, I can't wait to crochet it up!

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  15. What a gorgeous pattern! Is it written in American or English terms? I really hope my 9.0 hook with really loose tension would do the trick, because I can't seem to find any 10.0 hooks. Oh well. :)

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    1. Thank you Kalen! :)
      I'm sure that a 9.00 crochet hook will work just as well, though you might want to add an extra 10 or 20 chains when you start instead of just the 151 chains.
      Xx

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  16. Row 3 ends with 4DCTOG. I can not start 4 , it makes no sense to me. The edge is not straight but rounded. Is it possible that ros 3 ended incorrectly?

    Bernie

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    1. When I created this pattern, yes there were rounded edges as I worked on it, but it's like a jigsaw puzzle. Each row fit's into the gaps of the previous row.
      Hope this helps in some way! :)

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  17. I'm having trouble with the second row...after the chain 3 which stitch are you supposed to single crochet into? Should you skip three stitches or go into the stitch right after the 4 double crochets together?

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    1. Hi Ashley,
      You should skip 3 stitches after chaining 3.
      Xx

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    2. Olivia, do you also skip 3 stitches when you chain 3 after the 7 double crochets together?

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  18. I would love for you to share this (or any of your other great ideas) at the link party going on now at ‘Or so she says …’ We’ve also got a fun “Favorite Things” giveaway going on through tomorrow. Hope to see you there! www.oneshetwoshe.com

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    1. I just went and linked up the scarf pattern, thank you soo much for thinking of me! :)
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  19. I LOVE IT!! I am running to my wool stash to find something suitable so I can start making this ASAP. Thank you so much for the beautiful pattern.

    It's almost a shame that we are heading into summer her because I won't be able to wear it for a while!!

    Have a fab week.
    Leah

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    1. Aww I'm so glad that you love it so much! We're heading into summer here too, but there's been some chilly days so I've been able to wear my scarves a few more times before putting them away for summer :)
      Hope you have a great week too!
      Olivia Xx

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  20. With row 1, what does chain up one mean? Thanks! Lori

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    1. It just means that that chain isn't part of the previous chains, but that it's part of row 1. :)

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  21. Thanks for linking up! Hope to see some of your great ideas again this week on 'Or so she says ...' www.oneshetwoshe.com

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  22. I think perhaps you left something out. If this is an "infinity" scarf, then it should be twisted 1/2 turn before you sew the ends together. Otherwise you just have a circle, which of course is not an infinity scarf.

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    1. Definition: Also known as a circle scarf, an infinity scarf does not have a beginning or an end. It is one continuous, long strip of fabric that can be wrapped around the neck several times.

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    2. If you twist it before joining, it then becomes a Mobius scarf. She is correct in calling it an infinity scarf. :)

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  23. Hello from Belgium! I love this pattern! I have the yarn and the crochet, just need to find some time to do this!

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  24. What size of mm hook does it are?

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  25. Thank you for this beautiful scarf pattern! I really want to try this next time and I hope I understood everything... but I think my english got better during I translated this into german... ;)
    Anyway this scarf is a great idea :)

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  26. I am having a lot of trouble with row 3. Can you explain it in more detail?

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    1. Hi Chloe!
      When you crochet 7 double crochets together, it forms 1 stitch. In the following round you need to crochet 7 double crochets into that 1 stitch formed by 7 double crochets together. :)
      Hope this helps!

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  27. Is there an exact number of how many stitches there should be when starting each row? I did row one successfully and immediately realized I had no idea where to grab from with my needle for the next row! Lol help! Do I play it by ear?

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    1. I'm a knitter by the way, just now relearning how to crochet for the first time since I was a little girl lol

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    2. There should be about 151 stitches :)
      It's great that you're relearning! I started to relearn beginning of this year :)

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  28. Thanks! I'm getting the hang of it =]

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  29. I'm sort of confused on row 2. You say "Repeat from the * all across, making sure to end with 4dctog." But the * is placed at "*ch 3 then crochet 1 sc into each of the next 3 stitches, ch 3. Now crochet 7dctog." To me this says I am only ever doing the 7dctog and never doing the 4dctog...please clarify!

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    1. That's because After you chain up 2, you will have 152 stitches.

      4dctog
      *star to star takes up 16 stitches each time (3+3+3+7=16), and you will do that 9 times*
      You will have 4 stitches left over
      4 dctog

      so 4+16+16+16+16+16+16+16+16+16+4=152

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  30. i have the same question that "crnhayes" had, (and i couldn't find your reply to the question)...if it is an infinity scarf, isn't it supposed to be twisted before the ends are joined together? your photos look as though yours was twisted first, but you don't say so in your instructions. could you please clarify this for me?
    thanx a lot!
    debra

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    1. Hi Debra!
      I sewed the scarf ends together, and then I twisted it once so that I could wear it :)

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    2. Definition: Also known as a circle scarf, an infinity scarf does not have a beginning or an end. It is one continuous, long strip of fabric that can be wrapped around the neck several times.

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  31. Made this as a Christmas gift for my mom. Thanks for the pattern!

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  32. I'm struggling a bit with which yarn to use. I can't find anything that says it is 8ply. Closest was 6, but that seems way bulkier than what you used in the picture.

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    1. You can use any bulky yarn, but then you just use 1 strand instead of 2 :)

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  33. When you did the slip stitch, did you still use both strands and the same size hook? I just did and it turned out pretty bulky...other than that, it looks great! Thanks for the pattern!

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    1. Yep, I used 2 strands and the same size hook for the whole project :)

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  34. After you chain up 2 at the beginning of row 2, which stitch do you do the 4dctog?

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    1. You start to crochet the 4dctog in the first stitch of that row. The stitch that you chained up from :)

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  35. Hello! I came across this pattern just love it! I am the editor of AllFreeCrochet.com and would love to feature your tutorial on my site with full credit to you. I know my readers would love it as well, and in return would generate some nice traffic to your site. If you agree and would like us to feature your project, our readers will simply click the link to your blog to get your full tutorial. It's really that simple. Please let me know if this would be ok. I look forward to hearing from you!
    Jenny
    Jbenoit@primecp.com

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  36. This pattern is so cute, i added it to the directory at crochetatplay.com - Megan

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  37. Thank you, I just finished this scarf and it's beautiful! The tutorials were very helpful, I taught myself to crochet and am never completely sure I'm doing it right :)

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  38. Does anyone know how much yarn this takes? I have about 250gms of yarn and I am afraid it isn't enough. I don't want to start and not be able to finish. Thanks

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    1. You probably would be able to finish the scarf if you only did 141 chains in the start instead of 151 :)

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  39. This is a beautiful pattern! However I am having trouble with the 4th row. I have started on it and it is really wavy. It doesn't look right to me. I was wondering if you might have any ideas as to what I may be doing wrong. Thanks! :)

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    1. Hi Amanda!
      Some of the rows do look wavy, until you do the following row. The rows complete each other :)
      Olivia Xx

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    2. Alrighty. It just doesn't look right to me. It's like... really wavy and ruffly. I'm afraid I may not be doing it right, but I'm not sure where exactly I'm going wrong. Maybe I am crocheting into the wrong stitches? Or maybe I'm crocheting too loosley or too tightly. I don't know. Thanks anyway! :)

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  41. haleigh higgins18 January 2013 13:32

    I love this pattern and it is very easy to understand. I did rows 1-4 and am now starting back on row 1 again and it just doesn't seem to "fit" with row 4...? am I doing something wrong? When I do the 2 single crochets then skip 3 then do the 7 couble crochets when I go to do the next part its half on the chain 3 from row 4. Is that right? it just looks wrong to me

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    1. Hi Haleigh!
      That sounds right to me. This scarf has a way of tricking you, on one row you think you've stuffed it up and on the next it looks amazing! Just keep going and see if it looks better then :)
      Olivia Xx

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  42. Hi! Great pattern, thx for sharing.! I am having some trouble w/row 4 :/. Help plz, lol. Do you skip any chains after the chain 3 before you start 7doubles together?

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    1. Hi Claudia!
      After you've crocheted 3 single crochets, you need to chain 3. Then you need to make your 7double crochets together in the hole or loop where the clumps of double crochets in the previous row where gathered. In the video How To: Crochet 7 Double Crochets together I show this, maybe if you watch t closely you'll understand what I mean :)

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  43. HI Olivia ~
    OMGosh... I am reuniting myself with the Art of Crochet again... after some forty years. I am having so much fun... and loving your blog... found you on AllFreeCrochet... (I think... I've been surfin' the web so much)
    OKay...
    I finally got to the end of row one, correctly, on my third try (aka "the charm")
    What I found I was doing wrong was... when I put 7dc in one st... next came "skip 3" which is where I made my mistake all the way across... you see... the first skipped stitch blends into the stitch holding the seven dc's... so... I was actually skipping 4... !!! YaY !!! once I figured out MY ERROR ... I have now had success...
    Now to row two...

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  44. Hi Again ~
    Ugh... you are going to giggle at this... so I moved onto row 3... I kept trying to crochet 7dgtog into the 7dctog... and after an hour or more I realized "Valerie ~ You can't read, can you" your direction is to crochet 7dc into the 7dctog hole. I am loving the learning I am grasping with this project... once again... success and it's looking good... : )

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    1. Hahaha well practice makes perfect! I'm glad you were able to figure it out!
      When you're all done I'd love to see a photo of it if you'd like to post a photo to my facebook page :)
      Have a great day!
      Xx

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  45. Hello, on row 2 i was not using the stitches from the 7 double chains and skipping 3 stitches after, is this right? I ended up with 4 dc at the very end but just wanted to make sure im doing it right before i move on to row 3.
    Thanks!

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  46. Do you have any other videos that will be more explicit as to which stitch you are going into?

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    1. I'm so sorry, but no, I don't. Hopefully in the future when I have more time I could make a few more videos :)

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  47. I don't quite understand what you mean by using two strands of yarn. Do you use two skeins side by side and pull one strand from each?

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    1. What I mean is you'll be using 2 skeins at once, side by side. So You'll be crocheting with 1 strand from each skein at all times, thus you'll be crocheting with 2 strands through the entire project :)
      Hope this helps! Xx

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  48. Great pattern, Olivia! Great to have you join the Hookin On Hump Day party :).

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  49. Hi, I'm actually commenting again because I'm not sure if my comment got through. I was wondering if you could explain the 7 double crochets in one stitch? I'm not sure how to do seven in just one. :/

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  50. Hi there!
    In the YouTube videos above that I made I explain and show how to do 7 or 4 in one stitch :) Hope this helps!

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  51. Oh I understand how to do the 4tog and 7tog, I meant this part was confusing for me: "*Skip 3 chains/stitches then crochet 7 Double Crochets in the next stitch." The part where it says "7 Double Crochets in the next stitch"--do you mean in the next seven stitches?

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    1. Hi again!
      No I mean 7 Double Crochets in the ONE stitch :)
      Olivia Xx

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    2. Oh okay! But could you somehow teach me how to do that? I have no idea how to double crochet seven times in one stitch. Sorry if I'm being a bother, I would just really love to learn this!

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    3. My goodness, I just figured out how to do it. I can't believe I didn't get this before! Thank you so much for your help!!

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    4. Oh that's great! I'm so happy you figured it out! :D
      Glad I could help!
      Olivia Xx

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  52. This is so awesome! Thank you for sharing.

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  53. That is a very attractive color. I am so glad that I came across this page. Very well done!

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  54. Hi, i wanted to do this pattern. My question is, do u really need to use 2strands or there is an alternative way? Maybe chunkier yarn?
    Thank you
    Kate

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    1. No, you don't need to use 2 strands I just used 2 strands since I live in the country and there isn't a huge selection of bulky yarns.
      You could use a 12ply yarn (aka 5 or Bulky).
      Hope this helped!

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  55. Hi Olivia, thanks a lot for the nice pattern. I was just a bit confused while doing row 2. Do you immediately start in the next stitch after the 'chain 3', every time? Because I did that, and I am unable to do the 4 DC together at the end. There are like 8 or 9 stitches left... I am now thinking I had to skip in between, but I'm not sure.
    Thanks,
    Kirsten

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    1. Hi Kirsten,
      I'm so sorry you were confused, but I didn't skip any stitches on row 2.
      Olivia

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    2. Great, thanks a lot! I'll try again :)

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  56. Hi Olivia,
    This is very beautiful and I'm starting this project next. I watched the two You Tube videos and it looks like you're not doing the 4/7 in ONE stitch, but rather in 4/7 consecutive stitches. Is that only on Row 2 and afterwards you're doing the 4/7 in ONE stitch?
    Thanks TONS!
    Deb

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  57. Hi Olivia!
    This scarf is so pretty! I love it.

    Quick question!! Will chunky yarn work to make this scarf?

    -Anna

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    1. Hi Anna,
      Yes, chunky yarn will work too.

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  58. Hey olivia
    I tried the pattern a few times but ws unsuccessful. Do i have to put 7 dc in one stitch or in 7 differennt. And i am having problem with the second row, dont know how to chain 2 and then 4 dc. Plz help me out i love the pattern and dis is my first project

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    1. Hey!
      On one row you new to crochet 7 DC into one stitch, and in the next row you crochet into 7 different stitches, but you'll be doing those 7 stitches together.
      The videos should help that are above :)
      Olivia

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  59. I'm making this right now and wonder if i am doing it too loose... Certain areas are very puffy should i start over and do it tighter or was yours this way?

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  60. IT'S MY 7 DCT THAT ARE PUFFY....BUT MY 7 DC IN THE NEXT ROW/SAME STICH IS NOT SO PUFFY...........DID I DO THE 7DCT ROW TOO LOOSE? OR WILL IT EVEN OUT IN THE END?

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    1. I'm not sure why it's so puffy. Mine was slightly puffy in some areas, but it evened itself out by the time I was done.

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  61. Hi Olivia!
    I tried finding my solution withing the other comments but was unsuccessful. I had a question regarding the beginning of the third row, what exactly does "4 double crochets into stitch consisting of 4 Double Crochets Together" mean. Is it following what the first video shows four times? or just once?


    Thank you,
    Monica N.

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    1. Hi Monica,
      What that means is that wherever you did 4 double crochets together in the previous row, you'll want to crochet into the section with 4 double crochets.
      Hope this helps,
      Olivia Xx

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    2. Thanks!
      I hadn't read the line below the second video so I had no idea where those "four double crochets" came from, but now i got it. Thanks for the quick response, and the pattern, it's gorgeous!

      -M.N.

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  62. on row 1 it says chain 1 crochet 2 single crochets... does that mean one single crochet in the next two stitches? or two single crochets in the next one stitch?

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  63. Sorry i meant on row 4

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    1. It means crochet 1 single crochet into the next 2 stitches. :)

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  64. And does row one mean the same thing? 2 single crochets in the next 2 stitches... Is that one in each or 2 in each stitch?

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  65. Thank you so much for the pattern and explanation. This may be my next scarf project. Have you ever done this without making it an infinity scarf?

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    1. I prefer infinity scarves, so no, I haven't ever made it without making it an infinity scarf :)

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  66. Hi Oliva
    I'm going to work the pattern on the infinity scarf and when I finish I'll send you a picture. Thanks

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  67. Thank you so much for the pattern. It turned out beautiful. I try to find beautiful free patterns there are different, and this was definitely one.

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  68. hi Olivia, the rows 3 and 4 must repeat to get to 8 inch scarf correct?

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    1. You need to repeat row 1,2,3,4, and then you need to RE repeat rows 1 and 2.

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  69. After reading your blog post i come to my point of view that your blog post idea is look very fresh and unique.

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  70. What a beautiful scarf! Thank you for posting!! :)
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    Lee Ann

    Crochet...Gotta Love It! Blog


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  71. Thank you for the lovely pattern. Could I use Lion Brand Wool Ease worsted weight for this pattern. Would I have to use double strand?

    I would love to try this pattern.

    ThanksMarie

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    1. Worsted weight yarn is 10ply. I would probably still use 2 strands, since I'd only use one strand if it was 14ply (Super Bulky Yarn)
      Hope this helps!
      Xx

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  72. Thank you for the info. I've now learned about "ply" - mfrs should identify "ply" on their labels. I'm excited to start this pattern.

    Thanks again.

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  73. Hi,
    Can you give tutorial how to crochet this scarf step by step? I'm Sorry, I don't speak english very well.

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    1. Hi there!
      I'd love to help you out, but I don't have the time to make long tutorial videos, or photo filled tutorials. There are lots of great scarf patterns on youtube though! Maybe try checking them out?
      Olivia Kent

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  74. I have been crocheting for over 15 years and for some reason I can't get through this pattern without my work looking like someone shat all over it. ugh. your pictures are beautiful though. maybe this isn't the pattern for me.

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    1. I'm totally with you!! Been crocheting for years also & still can't make the pattern work, particularly from row 3 to row 4. It really doesn't make sense, unless directions are being left out.

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  75. Hello, I've done all the rows and I'm on the second repeat. When I get to end of row two it says "end with 4dctog. I have a 7 cluster from previous and the 2 sc from previous row. Somehow something is not right. Please help if you can.

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  76. Hi Olivia,

    I'm finding this pattern pretty easy to follow, but when I finished row two, I had 7 stitches left instead of just 4 to dctog. I saw above that you said you didn't skip any stitches in row two, but did you skip any chains or anything like that? I'm pretty positive I'm doing the stitches correctly because my scarf looks like your picture, I double counted my chains originally, and I ended with two single crochets in row one just like you said, but my stitches are still off. Do you have any idea what I might be doing wrong?

    Thanks for any advice you might be able to give me!

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  77. Could you tell me what you mean at the very beginning by "chain up 1?" I'm sure it's very simple, but could you explain? Thanks :)

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    1. It simply means to chain 1. I said the word 'up' with, so people would see it's not part of the base chains, but part of the first row.

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  78. Very pretty pattern! I am thinking of using it to make my own scarf but I'm confused by the very beginning where you say "Start of by making a Slip Knot and crocheting 151 Chain Stitches using 2 strands of yarn." but then you only ever seem to use 1 strand of yarn. Why would you use 2 strands in the first row and the chain up to the first row? What do you do with the second strand? I'd love your input so that I can make this! Thanks!

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  79. Hello Olivia! I love this pattern but am having a hard time with row 3. When is says "Chain 2, then crochet 4 double crochets into stitch consisting of 4 Double Crochets Together." what exactly does that mean? I seem to have too many stiches?.... Please help!!

    Thank you!

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  80. Brigitte Houston20 January 2014 20:11

    I would like to thank you for this beautiful pattern, I fell in love with your design and finally finished it.
    I did have a hard time to figure it out, but finally - it is done - Thanks again - it was not your instructions that gave me a hard time, it was my understanding them....

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  81. Olivia,
    I have been crocheting for years but I can't seem to make this pattern work! Could you please explain (when going from row 3 to row 4) how you can end with 4 dc in row 3, but expect to dc together 7 dc? Where are these 3 other dc supposed to come from? I'm confused, as I've never seen a pattern with these particular conundrums. Can you Help, please? Thank You

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