Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Infinity Scarf...

Well, my weekend project was fun and easy and it's finished. I started it friday night and by monday night I was done. I am really happy with how it turned out. I wore it to work today and it is so warm and soft. 

Below you will find the video tutorial for it. 

{hugs}
Laura






13 comments:

  1. And it's beautiful!! But we were all so busy today I didn't get to tell you that!! We need a "coffee" break together- -hahahaha!!

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  2. Such a nice scarf,made 9 already and bussy with the 10th for a friend of my daughter!Can't see teh anymore on my crochet needle!ha,ha,ha...

    greats from Holland!
    Angeline
    www.mijnplekkie.tk

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  3. güzel olmuş ellerine sağlık..*-*

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  4. Love the colors and that scarf looks so soft and cozy.

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  5. Oh that looks great on you! It turned out very pretty, and I love that yarn, it's so soft. Your crochet hook must have been smokin' hot for you to finish in just a few days!

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  6. How many scarves can you make out 1 Red Heart 364 yds yarn?

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    1. The yarn I used is 200 yards per skein and I used almost 2 skeins. I think you will be able to get one scarf out of your 364 yards.

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    2. Thanks for the reply! Going to Alaska in March and I wanted to make a few scarves for family up there, was wondering how many yarn rolls I should buy. One last question, about how long does each scarf take to make? I wanted to make the 20 row scarf, I like how thick and full it looks. I feel like if I were to start a scarf and come back to it another day my momentum would not be the same, I'm worried I'll get confused or lost where I left off. Was hoping to just do one scarf in one sitting. Any tips?

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    3. I started my scarf on Friday night and finished Monday. After working on it for a while it gets really easy to do (like, you could do the stitch without really thinking about it) and little mistakes cannot be seen ;)

      You could probably get one done faster than I did mine if you can devote more continuous time to it. It really was very easy.

      Good luck and have fun on your trip...
      Blessings
      Laura

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  7. Beautiful!! Nice pattern and colour!! Thank you for sharing!

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  8. I am making the same scarf right now! It's in a green and mushroom color! I love how yours worked up! I have the same yarn and I love it so much I am going to make another with the red tweed next! I becoming a little obsessed with infinity scarves :)

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  9. I am going to use this scarf as my first crochet project. Thank you so much for adding the tutorial on your blog. This may sound a silly question, but will I require only one ball of the Red Heart yarn at 333 metres to complete the scarf? Thanks again, and I'll look forward to reading your blog regularly.

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  10. I have just seen the answer to my question on a previous post!! Silly me!!

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