When Harry Potter and the Cursed Child came out, I needed to make a scarf that screamed Harry Potter. I made this scarf during the fall, and much to my satisfaction, it screamed “fall” as well! This burgundy and gold blend is so warm and cozy. I decided to make the scarf more feminine by making it into an infinity scarf. This was also super easy, it’s only comprised of half double crochets! This is definitely a project to do while watching Netflix (..or Harry Potter!)
Slip stitching last and first rows
This is the part that makes your scarf into an infinity scarf.
To slip stitch together, turn your work so the last HDC you made is on the right side.
Lay out the scarf and fold over to match up the ends.
Keeping the loop on your hook, find the first stitch of the row to insert your hook into. Yarn over and pull through. Keep doing that all the way to the end – you should have done this through 30 stitches.
Sometimes it’s tricky to find that very first stitch, if your number is less than 30 you will have to go back and do it again so the scarf is not uneven. (If you don’t go back, and it looks good enough for you.. I won’t tell. I’ve done it.)
OMG this scarf is so cool! Remind me about my childhood 😉
Juli (Once Upon a Cheerio)
Beautiful scarf! So simple but so stylish!
Linda Jo C.
How much yarn do I need for each scarf?