Crochet this chevron infinity scarf using an easy HDC chevron stitch that is simple enough for even a beginner. This free crochet pattern features Whims Merino Z-twist yarn with its excellent stitch definition, beautiful sheen and vibrant colors. Keep reading for the Facets Infinity Scarf free crochet pattern.
Disclaimer: Furls Crochet sent me these yarn and hooks to use free-of-charge. The review and opinions expressed below are my own.
Crochet a Chevron Infinity Scarf in Jewel Tones
When Furls sent me this yarn to try out, I knew I had to design something that used all the colors together. I loved them all and couldn’t bear to leave any of them out! I love how the colors combined in one project to make a saturated jewel-toned scarf perfect for fall. The light grey is a beautiful neutral that was perfect for off-setting the brighter chevron sections of this scarf. I opted to make my Facets Scarf an infinity scarf, but you could also leave it unconnected and wear it as a regular scarf as well. I think it would be cute with some tassels hanging off the points of the chevron at the end, too 🙂
Furls Crochet Hook Review
This was my first chance to try Furls crochet hooks. I’ve seen so many crocheters ask about Furls hooks and whether they are nice to work with. After using my new Streamline Hooks my answer to that question is a resounding YES. Not previously being a big fan of wooden crochet hooks, I was pleasantly surprised that the yarn slid over the hook just as smoothly as my metal hooks I have typically used in the past. The Streamline Hooks are light weight and glided easily while I was working. The part that I loved the most about these hooks from a functional standpoint is the long, ergonomic handle. The Streamline Hook was SO comfortable to hold, and I was able to crochet for longer without feeling any hand soreness or cramping. I didn’t even know that I was missing or needing a longer handled crochet hook until I tried these!
Streamline, Wooden Crochet Hooks
Aesthetically, I knew I loved the Furls Streamline Hooks from the moment I saw them. These hooks can be ordered in three different finishes: Camwood (blonde), Rosewood (reddish brown), and Ebony (dark brown) and all are equally beautiful! The teardrop shape of the hook is so sleek looking (in addition to being ergonomic) and each hook is finished to a nice smooth sheen. You definitely don’t feel like you are crocheting with a wooden hook when you use these! The shape of the hook is more similar to an inline hook, and the tip is just the right amount of “pointed” so that it is easy to insert into your stitches without splitting your yarn.
Whims Merino Yarn Review
And speaking of yarn - did you know that Furls also sells yarn?! It’s called Whims Merino Crochet Yarn and it is specifically designed for crocheters! Why? It has a Z-twist which wraps the same direction as how you move your hook when yarning over. This means your yarn won’t split and the stitch definitely is phenomenal. What was the most stunning to me was the vibrant jewel tones of this yarn. The rich color combined with the super wash Merino/nylon blend means that projects made with this yarn are going to have the look and feel of complete luxury.
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Facets Chevron Infinity Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern
- Whims Merino Z-Twist Yarn from Furls Crochet. Approx. 100 yards each of Red, Blue, Purple and Light Grey
- I/5.5mm crochet hook - See all of the Furls Crochet Hooks here. I used a Streamline Hook.
- Scissors - I always keep these travel scissors in my hook case
- Yarn needle
Abbreviations (written in U.S. terms):
- ch: chain
- st: stitch
- HDC: half double crochet
- HDC2Tog: half double crochet two together
7 sts x 5 rows = 2” square in HDC
- Width = 6.5”
- Length (before joining) = 64”
- Chain stitches at the beginning of rows do not count as a stitch
- Color A - Red, Color B - Blue, Color C - Purple, Color D - Light Grey
Starting with Color A
Row 1: HDC2Tog in the third and fourth ch from the hook, HDC in next 5, (HDC, ch 1, HDC) in next, HDC in next 7, skip 2, HDC in next 7, (HDC, ch 1, HDC) in next, HDC in next 5, HDC2Tog in the last 2 ch sts. (32). Turn
Row 2: ch 2, HDC2Tog, HDC in next 5, (HDC, ch 1, HDC) in the ch 1 space from the previous row, HDC in next 7, skip 2, HDC in next 7, (HDC, ch 1, HDC) in the ch 1 space from the previous row, HDC in next 5, HDC2Tog in the last 2 sts. (32). Turn.
**From this point on you will continue to repeat Row 2. The rest of the pattern will indicate color changes only**
Row 3-8: Color A
Row 9-11: Color D
Row 12-19: Color B
Row 20-22: Color D
Row 23-30: Color C
Row 31-33: Color D
Repeat Rows 1-33 three more times or until you reach your desired scarf length. My finished scarf had a total of 4 repeats of the color sequence.
When you finish your final row, tie off your yarn and leave a long tail. Use a yarn needle and this tail to stitch your last row and Row 1 together. This will form your infinity scarf.
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