CROCHET: Infinity Scarf

We're away on holiday in England right now, so crafting is quite limited. I brought over a little bit of embroidery and the beginnings of a crochet blanket which I'm slowly making for a new baby due later this year. 

Like all crafters, I don't seem to have a problem with starting new projects. After a visit to a teeny little yarn store in a town called Battle (near Hastings) I came away with a cake of rainbow loveliness.

Cluster V Stitch Infinity Scarf

Within the space of 5 days, I purchased some beautiful squishy yarn. Started and finished an infinity scarf. And, best of all, I even got to wear it! I think it's the first crochet project I've ever finished this quickly and used immediately afterwards.








I had a few questions as to the pattern I used. I found the pattern on YouTube for the Cluster V Stitch Scarf by Blossom Crochet UK.


It's a lovely design and once you get past the first couple of rows, it's very simple to master. I did most of my crocheting in the car while hubby drove us between our destinations. 

Go here if you'd like to read more about the first leg of our journey across Southern England.





Yarn Bowl


The yarn I used was a cake of King Cole Curiosity (150g) with a 4.5mm hook. Incase you'd like to make on too, I've shared links to the Amazon for the products which I used, below.







10 comments

  1. Looks very pretty, enjoy your trip.

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    1. Thanks Terry. It's going very well. I think I'll need a holiday to get over my holiday :)

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  2. Hi Anorina what a lovely pic of you,I love your new scarf,love the colours and glad you are getting to wear it,keep warm my friend and safe travels xx

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    1. Thanks Shez. I'm pleased to be able to "wear" something I've made. Have a lovely weekend xx

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  3. That looks just the thing to wear for that cool drizzly weather that you are having.

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    1. Funnily enough, it's gotten warmer since I finished it. The English are funny - it was 14C yesterday and there were people stripping down in the park trying to get a sun tan.

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  4. It looks great and is the perfect small project to carry when travelling.

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    1. Thank you Karen. It was fun and now I’m on a quest to find a new project to buy (and start).

      Have a nice weekend x

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  5. It is fabulous. I had thought about making one of these but I had so many other projects. I am definitely putting this on the list now.

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    1. Thank you! I’m so pleased with how it turned out.

      It’s certainly one to add to the make-list.

      Happy Weekend

      Anorina xx

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