Forrest Infinity Scarf


The Forrest scarf came from needing something extra warm for the impending winter.  This is a very basic scarf that anyone can make.
Just because it is basic doesn’t make it boring.  I designed this to be a snug fit to properly cover neck and face from the cold wind.  But you can definitely make it longer if you wanted to wrap it 3 times or if you just want more space.  You can leave the ends unattached and add fringe if you want too.
There are many different ways to customize this scarf!


5.5mm hook
Your favourite worsted weight yarn, I have used Loops & Threads Impeccable and Caron one pound.  I used 6.2oz, around 390 yards.
Yarn needle
Measuring tape

ch: chain
hdc: half double crochet
st: stitch
sts: stitches
sl st: slip stitch

Ch 1 at the beginning does not count as a stitch.

my gauge is 13 sts by 9 rows in hdc.  This isn’t overly important as you can really make this as long or short as you want.

Row 1: Ch 22, hdc into 2nd ch from hook, hdc across each ch until the end, ch1 and turn (21 sts)
Row 2: hdc into each st across, (21 sts)
repeat row 2 until scarf measures 63 inches or desired length.
sl st the two short ends together, weave in ends.



Happy crafting

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