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All Chained Up

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All Chained Up ~ free crochet pattern by Jessie At Home

All Chained Up
Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

The All Chained Up infinity scarf has alternating solid sections and loose chain sections. This makes it so easy to wrap and gives it wonderful texture and many styling options. It is worked in the round, starting in the center with one color and working to the outer edge, then the other color is joined to the center and worked in the round to the outer edge. This piece is sure to turn heads!

Ravelry Link
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Size:
64″ around and 7 1/2″ wide

Yarn:
Two colors of any lace weight, yarn that is not too fuzzy or nubby. The sample was made with Newton’s Yarn Country: Flash in Black Silver and Emerald, 70 g of each color.

Hook:
US E/4/3.50mm

Gauge:
9 scv sts  and 22 rows in a 4″ square *Gauge swatch instructions below.

Stitches and Skills used:
ch ~ chain
sl st ~ slip stitch
sc ~ single crochet
st(s) ~ stitch(es)

Special Stitches:
scv ~ single crochet v~stitch: (sc, ch 2, sc) all in the same st

Gauge Swatch instructions:
Row 1: Ch 24, scv in 2nd ch from hook, (skip 1, scv in next ch) 11 times
Row 2~24: Turn, scv in each of next 12 ch~2 spaces.
Measure inside the swatch to check the gauge.

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Getting Started:
Most of the rounds in this pattern do NOT have a turning ch to start. Just go with it, it will all work out fine.
This pattern is worked in two halves. After completing the first half in one color, the second half is worked off the unworked loops from the starting chain.

Pattern:
First Half:
Round 1:
 (Ch 120, place a marker) 2 times, ch 121, scv in 2nd ch from hook, (skip 1, scv in next ch) 31 times, ch 48, scv in next marked st, (skip 1, scv in next ch) 31 times, ch 48, scv in next marked st, (skip 1, scv in next ch) 31 times, ch 48, sl st to top of first sc made.
Round 2~20: (Scv in each of next 32 ch~2 spaces, ch 48) 3 times, sl st to top of first sc made.
Clip yarn
Second Half: Change color
The first round of this half is worked in the starting chain from round 1 of the first half. Start in the bottom of the first scv after any of the sets of 48 chs.
Round 21:
(Scv in the bottom of each of the  next 32 scv, ch 48) 3 times, sl st to top of first sc made.
Round 22~40: (Scv in each of next 32 ch~2 spaces, ch 48) 3 times, sl st to top of first sc made.
Clip yarn. Weave in all ends.

Wear or give and enjoy!

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3 thoughts on “All Chained Up”

  1. Ok I understand ch 120 but what is throwing me off is two times I place stitch markers two times right? Then I chain 121?

    Thanks
    Carrie

    Reply

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