Victoria Infinity Scarf

The Victoria Infinity Scarf is a simple two row repeat pattern, using the v-stitch and double v-stitch. It is seamed with a whipstitch to create the infinity scarf!

It is made using fingering yarn but can be made using other yarn weights. Just know that you will not meet gauge with alternate weights and your finished product may end up larger than the pattern indicates.

I am sharing the pattern free here on my blog and the ad-free pdf is available in my Ravelry and Etsy stores.

Materials
Super Fine (1) yarn
Yardage: Approx. 275 yards
3.5 mm Hook
Scissors
Needle  

Abbreviations
Ch:                        Chain Dc:                        Double Crochet
V-st (See Special Stitches)
Double-V              (See Special Stitches) St(s):                       Stitch(es) Sp:                          Space
Tch:                      Turning Chain

Special Stitches
V-stitch (v-st):
Work (1 dc, ch 1, 1 dc) in same stitch or chain.   Double V-Stitch (double-v): Work (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in same stitch or chain. 
Pattern Notes
Advanced Beginner
Written in US crochet terms
Finished Size: 52” x 5”
Gauge: 8 v stitches x 12 rows = 4”  

Before You Start
Crocheted in rows.
Beginning and ending rows are whip stitch joined to create infinity scarf.
Ch 3 does count as stitch.
Length of infinity scarf can be customized by adding or subtracting repeats of rows 2 & 3 to desired length.

Pattern Instructions

Ch 37, turn

Row 1 (WS): V-st into 5th chain from hook (counts as dc & skipped ch), *skip 2 ch, v-st; repeat from * to last 2 ch, skip 1 ch, 1 dc into last ch, turn (11 v-sts, 2 dc).

Row 2: Ch 3, skip 2 sts, work double-v into ch sp at center of v-st, *ch 1, skip next v-st, work a double-v into ch sp at center of next v-st; rep from *, 1 dc into top of tch, turn (6 double-v’s, 2 dc).

Row 3: Ch 3, work v-st into each ch sp to end, 1 dc into top of tch, turn (11 v-sts, 2 dc).

Rows 4-151: Repeat rows 2 & 3 seventy-four times.

Row 152: Repeat row 2 once.

Fasten off, leaving a long tail for seaming.

With wrong side facing, join beginning and ending rows. 

Using needle, seam together with whip stitch.

Congratulations, your Victoria Infinity Scarf is complete!

I would love to see your projects on Instagram or Facebook by tagging @owensvillachick or Owens Villa Chick and using the hashtag #ovcdesigns and #owensvillachickdesigns.

Check out the amazing work of my testers!

Checkout my other scarf and cowl patterns on the blog and in my stores!

Until next time,

Happy Yarning!

ETHY

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