While searching through my stash recently, I found two balls of Patons Venus yarn in white. I remembered buying three balls on sale for $1.99 over a year ago. At the time, I was making a baby bobble blanket and wasn't sure how much I would need for the border. You can read about that here if you missed it. I used one ball adding two to my stash.
Patons Venus yarn is a luxuriously soft worsted weight yarn with a unique thick and thin texture. I love how working simple rows of single crochet back and forth with this yarn creates a pretty pattern. I was able to make this Easy Crochet Infinity Scarf for only $4. How cool is that?This Infinity Scarf is smaller than the Calm Cowl I made recently. I took photos side-by-side to show the difference.
This shorter infinity scarf is much more comfortable worn hanging down like a scarf rather than wrapped like a cowl. I would add one more ball of yarn to make this scarf a little longer before calling it a cowl.
Technical details for this Easy Crochet Infinity Scarf are listed below in case you would like to make one too.
Worsted Weight (4)
5.0 mm hook
Cold water wash, lay flat to dry
ch - chain
sc - single crochet
Note: chain at beginning of row does NOT count as a stitch
Starting ch = 31
R1 - sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across (30 sc)
R2 - ch 1 and turn, sc in each stitch across (30 sc)
Repeat row 2 until you run out of yarn
Leave a long tail to sew ends together (yarn texture hides flat join)
Finished Size: 18.5" folded in half - 37" circumference - 6.25" wide
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