Crochet Eventide Infinity Scarf - A Free One Skein Pattern

I love it when yarn companies plan the interesting colorwork for me! Even if you have a good eye for color, sometimes it is hard to come up with creative color combinations. So when you can grab a skein of yarn that has the beautiful and somewhat unexpected color schemes already planned for you - it is a lot of fun to work with! For this C2C scarf pattern I used one skein of Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball for the first time. Whether you have Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball or Shawl in a Cake lying around in your stash, take one out to make this free crochet pattern! Keep reading for the Eventide Infinity Scarf crochet pattern.

 Use just one skein of Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball or Shawl in a Cake to make this simple C2C infinity scarf as a lightweight accessory for fall. The Eventide Infinity Scarf is a free crochet pattern on Left in Knots.

I have had this Lion Brand Yarn Shawl in a Ball yarn in my stash for a while. I originally started working with it last December when I was in the hospital 23 weeks pregnant with a kidney stone. Truthfully, I was a little over ambitious when I asked my husband to bring my yarn bag to the hospital during that time. I had all the good intentions to work on a project, but if you have never had a kidney stone before, let me just tell you that it’s extremely difficult to focus on something like pattern designing. I started a project, but by the time I got back to this particular yarn it just reminded me of that time in the hospital. No one wants a scarf that reminds them of that! So a-frogging I did go (aka I took the project apart) and this C2C infinity scarf that (mostly) does not remind me of my hospital stay was born!

 Use just one skein of Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball or Shawl in a Cake to make this simple C2C infinity scarf as a lightweight accessory for fall. The Eventide Infinity Scarf is a free crochet pattern on Left in Knots.

Have you ever worked with Shawl in a Ball/Cake before? It is a beautiful yarn, but it can be a bit tricky to work with. It’s textured with quite a lot of fluff, and its not always easy to see your stitches. But the beauty of the C2C stitch is that you don’t really need to work in many traditional stitch spaces at all! That makes even the most complicated yarns pretty darn easy to crochet with. Plus it created this awesome diagonal color fade which I am totally digging. And the cherry on top? It’s a one skein project - my favorite kind!

 Use just one skein of Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball or Shawl in a Cake to make this simple C2C infinity scarf as a lightweight accessory for fall. The Eventide Infinity Scarf is a free crochet pattern on Left in Knots.

If you make the Eventide Infinity Scarf - I want to see it! I can’t wait to see which colorways you choose.  Make sure to share pictures with me in my Facebook community group or on Instagram.  Enjoy!


Supplies:

Abbreviations (written in U.S. terms):

  • ch: chain

  • sl st: slip stitch

  • DC: double crochet

Gauge

6 squares x 6 squares = 4”

Finished Size:  

  • Width: 10"

  • Length (when joined): 22"

Pattern Notes

  • This pattern is a classic C2C scarf using DC.  If you are familiar with the technique, you may not need to read through all the stitch descriptions exactly.

  • You can easily adjust the width and length of this scarf to your desired size.  To increase or decrease the width, add or remove extra rows between Row 4-17.  To increase or decrease the length, add or remove extra rows between Rows 20-60.

  • ch sts do not count as a stitch


Instructions

Row 1: ch 5, DC in third ch from the hook and in the next two ch sts.  This makes your first "pixel" square. (1 square) Turn.


Row 2: ch 5, DC in third ch from the hook and in the next two ch sts, sl st into the next ch 2 space from the previous row, ch 2 and work 3 DC into the ch 2 space of the previous row. (2 squares) Turn.


Row 3: ch 5, DC in third ch from the hook and in the next two ch sts, *sl st into the next ch 2 space from the previous row, ch 2 and work 3 DC into the ch 2 space of the previous row. Repeat from * across until you have worked 3 HDC into each ch 2 space from the previous row. (3 squares)  Turn. 

Row 4-17: repeat Row 3; each row will increase by one square (e.g. Row 4 = 4 squares, Row 5 = 5 squares, etc.)

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Row 18: ch 5, DC in third ch from the hook and in the next two ch sts, *sl st into the next ch 2 space from the previous row, ch 2 and work 3 DC into the ch 2 space of the previous row. Repeat from * until you reach the last ch 2 space.  Sl st into the last ch 2 space.  Turn. Sl st across the last 3 DC sts from the row you just completed (17 squares)


Row 19: ch 2, work 3 DC into the ch 2 sp from the previous row, *sl st into the next ch 2 space from the previous row, ch 2 and work 3 DC into the ch 2 space of the previous row. Repeat from * across until you have worked 3 HDC into each ch 2 space from the previous row. (17 squares)


Row 20 - 60: Repeat Row 18 (on even rows) and Row 19 (on odd rows)


Row 61: ch 2, work 3 DC into the ch 2 sp from the previous row, *sl st into the next ch 2 space from the previous row, ch 2 and work 3 DC into the ch 2 space of the previous row. Repeat from * across until you reach the last ch 2 space.  Sl st into the last ch 2 space.  Turn. Sl st across the last 3 DC sts from the row you just completed (16 squares)


Row 62-76: repeat Row 61; each row will decrease by one square (e.g. Row 62 = 15 squares, Row 63 = 14 squares, etc.)


When you reach the end of Row 76, tie off your yarn leaving a long (18”) tail.  Use this tail and a yarn needle to sew each end of the scarf together to make an infinity scarf.


Want another free one skein infinity scarf pattern? Check out the Coffee Bean Infinity Scarf here.


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