I enjoyed the herringbone bootcuffs so much, I decided to make a scarf to go with them. I’m pretty happy with the infinity scarf that has resulted! Loops and Threads Charisma yarn is soft and cozy, which will make this a handy scarf to have in winter. Working alternately in back loops and front loops only adds a bit of texture, and the pretty pocket stitch around the edge adds flair. This one will make a great Christmas gift for anyone on your list.

The details:

What you’ll need:

Yarn: Loops & Threads Charisma, off-white; 2 skeins

Hook: L

Stitch markers

Amount of time needed for project: About 4 episodes of Jane the Virgin

Special stitches: 

Pretty pocket stitch: slip stitch in designated stitch. In same stitch, single crochet, half-double crochet, 3 double crochets around designated stitch.free crochet pattern: herringbone infinity scarf

Herringbone half double crochet (HDC)= yo, insert hook into space, yo, pull through space and one loop (2 loops on hook), yo, pull through both loops



sl st= slip stitch

BLO=back loops only

FLO=front loops only

HDC= Half-double crochet



Ch 132, join (note: if you want to make the scarf longer, be sure to increase in multiples of 3)

Round 1: Ch 2 (counts as 1st HDC), Herringbone HDC in each stitch around (132 HDC). Do not join, continue working in the round and use a stitch marker to indicate the first stitch in round 2.

Round 2: in BLO, herringbone HDC in each st around

Round 3: in FLO, Herringbone HDC in each st around

Round 4&5: Repeat rounds 2&3

Round 6: Repeat round 2, sl st in st after st 132. Do not fasten off.

Border:herringbone infinity scarf

In same st as sl st, pretty pocket stitch around the stitch. *sk 2 stitches, sl st, pretty pocket st around the stitch, repeat from * around (45 pocket stitches). Fasten off.

With RS facing, join in any stitch of base chain on the other side. Repeat.

Fasten off, weave in ends.