Hairpin Lace Infinity Scarf
Crochet Pattern by B. Hooked Crochet, Copyright 2014.
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This pattern is written in US crochet terms
Gather your supplies
- 3 Skeins of RH Boutique Treasure yarn
- Hairpin Lace Loom
- Size 5mm Crochet hook
- Darning Needle
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How to Crochet the Hairpin Lace Infinity Scarf
This pattern is also available for left-handed crocheters! Click here to be directed to the left-handed tutorial on Youtube.
To complete the hairpin lace infinity scarf, you will be creating 4 strips of hairpin lace using the traditional single crochet stitch for a total of 230 loops, or stitches. After each strip has been crocheted, you will join them using a braided method and finish the sides using the same method. The finished scarf measures 25″ from one end to the other after sewn together and 6″ wide.
You do not need prior experience with hairpin lace to complete this pattern, however, I do recommend that you have some experience crocheting. If you consider yourself an advanced beginner, you should have no problem following along with my tutorial!
There will be no written pattern for this scarf because the concept is really quite simple. If you are familiar with hairpin lace and you would like to create this scarf without the video, simply crochet 4 hairpin lace strips with your loom on the widest setting using the single crochet for a total of 230 stitches on each side. Once you have crocheted your strips, braid them together by grouping 5 loops at a time while zig-zagging up the length of the strip. The sides are finished using the same method only braiding up the side rather than zig-zagging.