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Free Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern- Summer Nights

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Big welcome to guest designer Stacy’s Stitches who is sharing this fabulous scarf with us 🙂

“I have been so inspired by so many amazing hand dyed yarns over the last couple years. And I’ve been buying them up like candy! I had so much of this amazing yarn and was getting tired of making socks which is what I originally told myself I was buying it all for. 

I was inspired by the beautiful colors and the lightness and high quality of the fiber, and wanted to design a warm weather statement piece. This scarf is the perfect layering piece to transition from hot summer days to cooler summer nights. Toss it on for a stroll downtown, a midnight walk by the water, or cozying up next to a fire pit.”

-Stacy

This pattern comes with two sizes: a longer scarf with more dramatic drape, or a shorter style – more like a cowl. 

Woman wearing a crochet infinity scarf, called the Summer Nights Scarf.

About the Designer

Stacy began crocheting in 2016 for no real reason other than it seemed fun at the time. Now she is a full on crazy crochet lady with an out of control yarn stash and even more patterns on her to-do list. She enjoys making a variety of different types of projects, both of her own design and from all the other amazing designers in the industry. She uses her blog to share her crochet journey with others by sharing all the cool things she makes and linking back to all the pattern designers and yarn makers she uses for my projects.

Stacy is from Lincoln, Nebraska, and when she is not crocheting (or working), you’ll find her watching baseball, soaking up the sun whenever she can and planning my next travel adventure.

You can find Stacy and her patterns here:

Blog: https://stacysstitches.com

Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/StacysStitchesNE/

Instagram: https://instagram.com/stacys_stitches

Ravelry: https://www.ravelry.com/people/stacys-stitches

Woman wearing a crochet infinity scarf, called the Summer Nights Scarf.

Summer Nights Infinity Scarf Pattern

Items needed:

Sock or Fingering Weight

Hickory Lane Fiber Co. “World We Share” (for larger version)

Ruby and Roses Yarn “Butterbeer” (for smaller version)

Note on the yarn: Fingering and Sock Weight yarns can have various yardage based on the supplier. The yarn I used from Hickory Lane Fiber Co is 490 yards per skein, while the yarn from Ruby and Roses Yarn was 438 yards. The larger version of the scarf may require more than 1 skein depending on the yardage. It requires about 480 yards. 

5.5 mm Hook

Scissors

Yarn Needle

Abbreviations:

Chain Stitch (CH)

Foundation Single Crochet (FSC)

Single Crochet (SC)

Half Double Crochet (HDC)

Double Crochet (DC)

Star Stitch 

Slip Stitch (SL ST)

Skip Stitch (SK)

Gauge:

(not critical): 4” x 4” = 20 STS x 10 Rows of this stitch pattern:

Starting with a foundation CH of 25, CH 3 (counts as DC + CH 1). SK next ST. DC in next ST.* CH 1. SK 1. DC * Repeat * to * around to the end. Do not CH 1 after last DC. Turn.

Pattern:

Round 1 (WS): Start with FSC for 175 STS (125 for smaller version). SL ST into first FSC. Don’t turn. (175 / 125)

Round 2 (WS): CH 1. SC in each ST around. Join with SL ST. Don’t turn. (175)

Round 3 (WS): CH 1. DC + SC in first ST. * SK next ST., DC + SC in next ST. * Repeat * to * around until 1 stitch is left. HDC in last ST. SL ST to first ST. Don’t turn. (175)

Round 4 (WS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. SL ST to first ST. Turn. (175)

Round 5 (RS): CH 4. Starting with the CH 4, work Star Stitches around to the end. DC in last ST. SL ST to top of the first star. Turn. (87 stars / 62)

Round 6 (WS): CH 1. HDC in first ST. Work 2 HDC in the eye of each Star. SL ST to first ST. Turn (175)

Round 7 (RS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. (175)

Round 8 (RS): CH 4. Starting with the CH 4, work Star Stitches around to the end. DC in last ST. SL ST to top of the first star. Turn. (87 stars)

Round 9 (WS): (WS): CH 1. HDC in first ST. Work 2 HDC in the eye of each Star. SL ST to first ST. Turn (175)

Round 10 (RS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. (175)

Round 11 (RS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. (175)

Round 12 (RS): CH 3 (counts as DC + CH 1) * SK next ST. DC in next ST. * CH 1. SK 1. DC * Repeat from * to * around. Do not CH 1 after last DC. SL ST to end. (175)

Round 13 (RS): CH 3 (counts as DC + CH 1) * SK next ST. DC in next ST. * CH 1. SK 1. DC * Repeat from * to * around. Do not CH 1 after last DC. SL ST to end. (175)

Round 14 (RS): CH 3 (counts as DC + CH 1) * SK next ST. DC in next ST. * CH 1. SK 1. DC * Repeat from * to * around. Do not CH 1 after last DC. SL ST to end. (175)

Round 15 (RS): CH 3 (counts as DC + CH 1) * SK next ST. DC in next ST. * CH 1. SK 1. DC * Repeat from * to * around. Do not CH 1 after last DC. SL ST to end. (175)

Round 16 (RS): CH 3 (counts as DC + CH 1) * SK next ST. DC in next ST. * CH 1. SK 1. DC * Repeat from * to * around. Do not CH 1 after last DC. SL ST to end. (175)

Round 17 (RS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. SL ST to the first ST. (175)

Round 18 (RS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. SL ST to the first ST. (175)

Round 19 (RS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. SL ST to the first ST. (175)

Round 20 (RS): CH 4. Starting with the CH 4, work Star Stitches around to the end. DC in last ST. SL ST to top of the first star. Turn. (87 stars)

Round 21 (WS): CH 1. HDC in first ST. Work 2 HDC in the eye of each Star. SL ST to first ST. Turn (175)

Round 22 (RS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. SL ST to the first ST. (175)

Round 23 (RS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. SL ST to the first ST. (175)

Round 24 (RS): CH 3 (counts as DC + CH 1) * SK next ST. DC in next ST. * CH 1. SK 1. DC * Repeat from * to * around. Do not CH 1 after last DC. SL ST to end. (175)

Round 25 (RS): CH 3 (counts as DC + CH 1) * SK next ST. DC in next ST. * CH 1. SK 1. DC * Repeat from * to * around. Do not CH 1 after last DC. SL ST to end. (175)

Round 26 (RS): CH 3 (counts as DC + CH 1) * SK next ST. DC in next ST. * CH 1. SK 1. DC * Repeat from * to * around. Do not CH 1 after last DC. SL ST to end. (175)

Round 27 (RS): CH 3 (counts as DC + CH 1) * SK next ST. DC in next ST. * CH 1. SK 1. DC * Repeat from * to * around. Do not CH 1 after last DC. SL ST to end. (175)

Round 28 (RS): CH 3 (counts as DC + CH 1) * SK next ST. DC in next ST. * CH 1. SK 1. DC * Repeat from * to * around. Do not CH 1 after last DC. SL ST to end. (175)

Round 29 (RS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. (175)

Round 30 (RS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. (175)

Round 31 (RS): CH 4. Starting with the CH 4, work Star Stitches around to the end. DC in last ST. SL ST to top of the first star. Turn. (87 stars)

Round 32 (WS):  (WS): CH 1. HDC in first ST. Work 2 HDC in the eye of each Star. SL ST to first ST. Do not turn (175)

Round 33 (WS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. SL ST to first ST. Turn. (175)

Round 34 (RS): CH 4. Starting with the CH 4, work Star Stitches around to the end. DC in last ST. SL ST to top of the first star. Turn. (87 stars)

Round 35 (WS): CH 1. HDC in first ST. Work 2 HDC in the eye of each Star. SL ST to first ST. Turn (175)

Round 36 (RS): CH 1. SC in each ST across. SL ST to first ST. Turn. (175)

Round 37 (WS): CH 1. DC + SC in first ST. * SK next ST., DC + SC in next ST. * Repeat * to * around until 1 stitch is left. HDC in last ST. SL ST to first ST. Don’t turn. (175)

Round 38 (WS): CH 1. SC in each ST around. Join with SL ST. Don’t turn. (175)

Round 39 (WS): CH 1. SC in each ST around. Join with SL ST. (175)

Cut yarn, finish off and weave in ends.

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