Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Beyond Infinity #1

This week I will post a series of Vintage Ripple Infinity Scarves.

Here's # 1:



The pattern is based on an afghan pattern purchased from Churchmouse Yarns.
The pattern can be purchased here.

Crocheted with an "H" hook and Encore Worsted Yarn.

Start with 68 chains and then remove any unneeded chains.
Rows: 66 (11 rows of each of 6 colors)
Measures: 46"

Scarf may be available for purchase. 
If interested, please email digger.lizzie@gmail.com and I will list via Etsy.

Thank you all for your wonderful comments from last weeks chevron scarf extravaganza!

23 comments:

  1. It's pretty - you always choose nice colors. :)

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    1. Thank you Barbara. I was a little worried about the colors...not what I usually pick, but they were leftover from the colors my daughter picked for her scarf.

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    1. Thanks Linda, my friend with the beautiful scarves. :-)

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  4. NOSSO QUERIDO CROCHÊ EM ASTRI??LINDA PEÇA AMIGA.BEIJO.VALÉRIA.

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    1. Translator had difficulty with this... I go by both Astri and Liz and my friend is Linda? :-)

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    2. I think "linda" means pretty here.... and she's right. It's very pretty! :)

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  5. I have this pattern...hadn't thought about turning it into a scarf! Great idea! :)

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    1. I got the idea from the chevron, which is typically an afghan too, so I tried it and loved it. Let me know if you make one. Thank you for stopping by!

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  6. That is a beauty of a scarf. Jo x

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    1. Many thanks Jo. Lots of crafting fun I see going on at your blog!

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  7. What a lovely variation on a smooth ripple pattern. Reminds me of crinkly edged leaves piled together. In greens it might be reminiscent of holly - how very seasonally appropriate! It looks quite complicated to hook - is it? E x

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    1. Thank you E - not complicated at all. A combination of DC and decreases. Oh yes, I like the holly idea. Tomorrow's post shows it in an off-white color - and it sort of lends itself to snowflakes. :-)

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  8. The scarf looks super cool with this fun stitch and all the colors. Lovely!

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  9. Very cool looking stitch and I like the color choices too.

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  10. Such a Christmassy colour combination! :)

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  11. I've always had such a fondness for this pattern! I purchased the pattern long ago, started the blanket and never finished it. I like the idea of a scarf! It's a faster make! Your colors are all kinds of fun! Love it! Annette

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