I used Red Heart Boutique Infinity yarn to make it. The bulky weight yarn made for a quick project and it only took one skein to make. I think this is one of my new favorite yarns for things like scarves. Red Heart actually sent me some to try out a few months ago and I really liked it, then one day I was looking at yarn at Walmart and I noticed that they had put some of it on clearance so I grabbed a couple of skeins in colors that I had been wanting to use. They had a lot of skeins marked down in a few different colors and it was really tempting to get more but I limited myself to just 2 skeins. The seafoam colorway that I used for this scarf was one of the skeins that I bought. It is one of my favorite colors, I love anything in that light blue-green/aqua/seafoam kind of color family. In fact, my laptop case is that color, my phone case is that color and I think when it comes to picking presents my kids are pretty sure I will love anything as long as it is that color. In addition to liking the color, one thing that I really like about this yarn is the subtle color change. That combined with the bulkiness and soft feel make it, in my opinion a great yarn for scarves.
For this scarf I used a stitch that is called Zig-zag Lozenge. It alternates rows of v-stitches and double crochet clusters. It is a pretty simple stitch and one that I had been wanting to use in a project for a while. A scarf seemed like the perfect opportunity to use it. I decided to make the scarf flat and then sew the ends together to make the circle.
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How to Make Seafoam Circle Scarf
Finished size about 16" across when laid flat and 7" tall
You will need:
Instructions:Special stitch: 3 dc cluster- [yo, insert hook in stitch, pull up loop, yo, pull through 2 loops] 3 times, yo, pull through all loops on hook
Row 1: hdc in 3rd ch from hook (first 2 ch count as first hdc), [skip 1, (hdc, ch1, hdc) in next ch] repeat until there are 2 ch left, skip 1, 2 hdc in last ch
Row 2: turn, ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc in same space, ch1, [3 dc cluster in ch space, ch 1] repeat to the end, 2 dc cluster in last hdc
Row 3: turn, ch 2 (counts as first hdc), [hdc, ch 1, hdc] in ch space, repeat in each ch space to the end, hdc in last stitch
Row 4: turn, ch 3 (counts as dc), 3 dc cluster in ch space, [ch 1, 3 dc cluster in ch space] repeat to end, dc in last stitch
Row 5: ch 2 (counts as hdc), hdc in same space, [hdc, ch 1, hdc] in each ch space to end, 2 hdc in last stitch
Repeat until the scarf is as long as you want, I kept going until the yarn was almost gone, finish off and cut yarn leaving a long end for sewing ends together, use yarn needle to sew the 2 short ends together, weave in ends