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Moxie Infinity Crochet Scarf

The Moxie Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern has an easy two-row repeat that makes a beautiful openwork chevron fabric.

Close-up of fabric.

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Moxie Infinity Scarf

This chevron scarf pattern uses self-striping yarn to do all the hard work. An easy two-row repeat lets you multitask with this project.

Suggested Materials

I love self-striping yarns for chevron patterns, you can also make a custom striped yarn by choosing your own colors. Or make in a solid color for a cool monochromatic look. A couple of my favorite yarns are below.

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Moxie Infinity Scarf

Skill Level: Easy
Approx. 410 meters Schoppel Zauberball Crazy in Fliederduft (1699)
– 100g/ 420 meters per ball
– Substitute with any sock-weight yarn
Yarn needle
Crochet Hook: 4mm [US-G]

Gauge: 4”= 24 STS (in pattern) and 8 rows
Finished Measurements: approx. 10” wide x 40” around
Special Instructions:
– Read through pattern before beginning.
– Blocking is necessary to flatten the finished scarf.

Scarf Instructions
CH 67
Row 1 (RS): Turn, DC2TOG in 4th CH from hook, DC in next 5 CHs, *DC 5 times in next ST, DC in next 5 CHs, DC5TOG in next 5 CHs, DC in next 5 CHs; repeat from * across to last 9 CHS, DC 5 times in next CH, DC in next 5 CHs, DC3TOG.

Row 2: Turn, Tall CH, DC2TOG over next 3 STS, skipping the middle stitch, [CH 1, skip next ST, DC in next ST] 2 times, CH 1, skip next ST, (DC, CH 1, DC, CH 1, DC) all in next ST, *[CH 1, skip next ST, DC] 2 times, CH 1, skip next ST, DC3TOG over next 5 STS, skipping every other stitch, [CH 1, skip next ST, DC] 2 times; CH 1, skip next ST, (DC, CH 1, DC, CH 1, DC) all in next ST; repeat from * across to last 8 STS, [CH 1, skip next ST, DC] 2 times, CH 1, skip next ST, DC2TOG over last 3 STS, skipping the middle stitch.

Row 3: Turn, Tall CH, DC3TOG, DC in next 5 STS, *DC 5 times in next ST, DC in next 5 STS, DC5TOG, DC in next 5 STS; repeat from * across to last 9 STS, DC 5 times in next ST, DC in next 5 STS, DC3TOG.
Rows 4- 84: Repeat Rows 2 and 3 ending with a Row 2 repeat. Fasten off with a long tail.

Turn project inside out, so right sides are facing each other. Hold ends together and use a yarn needle to mattress stitch the ends of the scarf together with long tail.

Note: The chevron pattern will produce wavy ends to the scarf, but you will see that the two ends are opposite wavy and they will line up when sewn together.

Weave in ends and block with your preferred method. You can also block before sewing if you prefer.

Video Tutorial

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