Have you made a crochet item with the chevron crochet stitch yet? I’ll admit it has not been the easiest technique for me to learn but it is such a beautiful technique that I hope to explore more of.
I really like infinity scarves, but would you believe this is my first crochet infinity scarf design? Ha! Usually, I make things that I can wear, use in my home or that makes a great gift but I’ve never thought of an infinity scarf as an piece to make.
That is largely in part because of the climate we live in. We experience more summer heat than winter chill, thus I run out of time before I can design a crochet item for the cooler months.
Once upon a time, I made beaded jewelry and my love of beads have remained. I have a bunch of these beads my sister sent me some years ago and I figured I could incorporate them into this scarf design. Of course, this is an optional feature if working with beads is not your thing.
The beauty of this infinity scarf shows in the different ways you can style it. Whether you choose to wear the beads at your front, side or back, this chevron crochet scarf will make a lovely accessory.
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CHEVRON STITCH CROCHET INFINITY SCARF PATTERN
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- This pattern uses DK weight, medium 3 acrylic yarn. The one used here is DMC Knitty 4 DK. Col A- off white-500mtrs, Col B- green-20mtrs, Col C- pink-20mtrs, Col D- grey-20mtrs. Substitute with Stylecraft Special DK
- 4mm hook
- Tapestry Needle
- Stitch markers
- 50-60 wood beads with a hole that the hook can pass through
- DC- double crochet
- SC- single crochet
- CH- chain
- BLO- back loop only
Gauge: 10 DC rows= 4”, 1 chevron ‘hill’= 3 inches
Finished Size- 30 inches long (folded)
- The Pattern uses U.S terms
- The Ch 2 skipped on row 1 does not count as a stitch
- Ch 1 does not count as a stitch With colour B, form magic ring OR chain 4, join to 1st chain to form ring
- Colour A is the main colour
- You can use as many or as little colour as you want
- Adding beads is optional
- ‘peak’ refers to the tallest point (DC,ch 1,DC), while ‘valley’ refers to the dip (the decrease where we skip a stitch)
Row 1: with col A, chain 51, skip 2 chains, 2DC in 3rd ch, DC in 7 chs, skip 1 ch, DC in next 7 chs, [DC,ch 1, DC] in next ch, DC in 7 chs, skip 1 ch, DC in next 7 chs, [DC,ch 1, DC] in next ch, DC in 7 chs, skip 1 ch, DC in next 7 chs, 2DC in last ch. Ch 1, turn
Row 2: 2DC in 1st st, *DC in 7 sts, skip 2 sts, DC in next 7 sts, [DC,ch1,DC] in next st. Repeat from * across till the last st. 2DC in last st. ch 1, turn
Rows 3-8: repeat row 2. End last st with new colour, ch 1, turn. Before you start the next row, lift col A up the side and work into the first stitch.
Row 9: 2SC in 1st st, *SC in 7 sts, skip 2 sts, SC in next 7 sts, [SC,ch1,SC] in next st. Repeat from * across till the last st. 2SC in last st. ch 1, turn
Row 10: 2SC in 1st st, *SC in 7 sts, skip 2 sts, SC in next 7 sts, [SC,ch1,SC] in next st. Repeat from * across till the last st. 2SC in last st, end last st with col A. Ch 1, turn
Rows 11-70: repeat rows 2-10 (There are 8 DC rows and 2 SC rows. change colours for single crochet rows).
Rows 71-150 (or as long as you want): repeat row 2. Turn
Lay piece flat, align the stitches, slip stitch from ‘valley’ to ‘peak’ to ‘valley’ closed through the BLO. You can also sew the opening closed.
If you do not want to sting beads, simply close the entire row with slip stitches. If you want the strings without beads, follow as written below. Start from the next ‘peak’ just after the joined part.
- Join yarn in ‘peak’, chain 40, string 15 beads, join string to opposite ‘valley’, snip yarn, leave 3 inch tail to weave in
- Join yarn in ‘valley’, chain 45, string 15 beads, join string to opposite ‘peak’, snip yarn, leave 3 inch tail to weave in
- Join yarn in ‘peak’, chain 45, string 17 beads, join string to opposite ‘valley’, snip yarn, leave 3 inch tail to weave in
- Join yarn in ‘valley’, chain 45, string 19 beads, join string to opposite ‘peak’, snip yarn, leave 3 inch tail to weave in
Weave in all tails through 3 to 4 rows of stitches. Snip yarn
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