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This past week has been busy!  My youngest son left for work in Saskatchewan this morning, and the last week we were packing, finding furniture, and I was cooking some easy meals for him.  He’s going to be out there for the next few months on an irrigation job, 10 hours a day outside….and SK gets really cold!  It’s already been -30C out there, and as we get deeper into winter it can be -50C with the windchill.

So I made him a merino wool toque (that pattern will be out next week), and I found these huge balls of yarn at Walmart that were close to the same colors.  So I figured that I would make him a matching scarf.  Got about halfway done when I decided to show him, and he informs me that he won’t wear a scarf.  Teenagers…..

When it’s cold, I don’t care how I look, I just want to be warm.

But, it did get me to write this cable infinity scarf pattern, which is a nice easy pattern once you get the hang of it.  It is a 2-row repeat using front and back post double crochet stitches, perfect for when you are binge watching.

If you are interested in a printable PDF of this pattern it is available in my Etsy store for $2.50 CAD.

What You Need

  • 250 grams of 4 weight blue yarn (I used Yarnspirations Cozy Style, 800-gram ball that was a great price)
  • ,150 grams of 4 weight grey yarn
  • 5mm crochet hook
  • darning needle

Stitches Used

  • ch – chain
  • dc – double crochet
  • fpdc – front post double crochet
  • bpdc – back post double crochet
  • sk – skip stitch
  • st – stitch

Unisex Cable Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern

In blue ch 38

Row 1 – dc in 3rd ch from hook and in each st across.  ch 2, turn

Row 2 – *fpdc in 2 st, dc in next* repeat across.  ch 2, turn

Row 3 – *sk next fpdc, bpdc in next st, then bpdc in skipped st, dc in next* repeat across.  ch 2, turn

Row 4 – *fpdc in 2 st, dc in next* repeat across.  ch 2, turn

Row 5 – *sk next fpdc, bpdc in next st, then bpdc in skipped st, dc in next* repeat across.  ch 2, turn

Row 6 – 19 – keep alternating Row 4 then Row 5

switch to grey

Row 20 – 29 – alternate Row 4 and Row 5

switch to blue

Row 30-49 – alternate Row 4 and Row 5

switch to grey

Row 50 – 50 –  alternate Row 4 and Row 5

switch to blue

Row 60-79 – alternate Row 4 and Row 5

switch to grey

Row 80-89 – alternate Row 4 and Row 5

switch to blue

Row 90-109 – alternate Row 4 and Row 5

switch to grey

Row 110-119 – alternate Row 4 and Row 5

switch to blue

Row 120-139 – alternate Row 4 and Row 5

switch to grey

Row 140-149 – alternate Row 4 and Row 5

Fasten off, leaving about 20″ for sewing if you want to make this into an infinity scarf.  Sew row 149 to row 1.  Weave in ends.

This makes a 9″ wide by 67″ long cable crochet infinity scarf.

Check out my other cable scarf pattern.

 

 

2 comments on “Unisex Cable Crochet Infinity Scarf”

  1. Hi Megan! Lovely pattern, thanks for sharing it. And don’t worry – I live in Saskatchewan and it’s quite nice right now, so your son is fine, I’m sure. The -30 only happens once in a while, and besides, it’s a dry cold!!

    • Hi! I’m glad you like the pattern. Thanks for the reassurance, I talked to him this week and he said that it was quite nice. The guys that he works with made it sound horrible….but they might just like to whine.

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