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Yenni Fringe Scarf

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When I released the patterns for the Yenni Slouch and Boot Cuffs, they were a huge hit.

Yenni Slouch Crochet Hat | Free Slouchy Hat Crochet Pattern by Little Monkeys Crochet

I knew I wasn’t done with this stitch pattern yet, and that was reaffirmed to me when I was asked by several of you for a matching scarf pattern!

Yenni Fringe Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern | Free Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern by Little Monkeys Crochet

I’ve been really into fringe lately, and this is my first pattern that includes it.

Yenni Fringe Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern | Free Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern by Little Monkeys Crochet

I’ve been wearing this scarf everywhere. It has great drape and detailing, but the light #3 yarn makes it easy to tuck into a winter coat.

Yenni Fringe Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern | Free Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern by Little Monkeys Crochet

(If #3 yarn scares you like it did me when I was a crochet newbie, you can pretty easily make this scarf with #4 worsted and an appropriately sized hook, too. But I strongly encourage you to give #3 yarn a try. You might fall in love like I did!)

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Level: Easy

Size:
Scarf measures 54" long before seaming, and 6" wide (not including fringe)

Materials:

  • H hook (5.00mm) and G hook (4.25mm)
  • Yarn needle
  • #3 (light) yarn, about 410-420 yards. I used 2 skeins of Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn (Sport) in "Graybeard".

Gauge: With H hook, 4HDC = 1"

Stitches Used:
CH (chain)
SL ST (slip stitch)
SC (single crochet)
HDC (half double crochet)
DC (double crochet)
SC+DC (this just means to put a single crochet and a double crochet in the same stitch)

Special Terminology:
3rd Loop - Some rows call for the stitches to be completed in the "3rd loop". When working in turned rows, and after completing a row of HDC, these loops will be visible just below the front loop. So instead of inserting your hook into the top loops, you'll only insert it into that 3rd loop. This will force the top loops to go to the front of your work, which is how we get the "ribbing" effect.

Notes:
(1) This pattern is written in American Standard terms.

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To begin:
Using H Hook, and leaving a 12" tail, CH23.

Row 1:  SC+DC in 3rd CH from hook. (SK next ST, SC+DC in next ST) across. (22)

Row 2: CH1, turn. SK 1st ST, SC+DC in next ST. (SK next ST, SC+DC in next ST) across. (22)

Row 3: CH1, turn. SK 1st ST, SC+DC in next ST. (SK next ST, SC+DC in next ST) across. (22)

Row 4: CH1, turn. SK 1st ST. HDC in each of the next 20 STS. 2HDC in last ST. (22)

Row 5: CH1, turn. Working in 3rd loops, (SK next ST, SC+DC in next ST) across. (22)

Rows 6-152: Repeat Rows 2-5 in order until you have 152 total rows (or until your scarf measures approximately 54" long), being sure to end on a repeat of Row 4. (This will help the seam look the most natural.) Fasten off your yarn and weave in the end.

Yenni Infinity Fringe Scarf Crochet Pattern | Little Monkeys Crochet

Seaming
Bring the two ends of the scarf together, being careful to not twist it. Use your starting tail to whip stitch them together, utilizing the 3rd loop of the final row in order to hide the seam. Weave in the remainder of the tail securely.

Yenni Infinity Fringe Scarf Crochet Pattern | Little Monkeys Crochet

Switch to G hook.

Top Band, Round 1: With G hook, reattach your yarn at the seam; CH1. SC evenly around the scarf, putting 5SC between each ribbed row, as shown below. Join to the top of the first SC with a SL ST. 

Yenni Infinity Fringe Scarf Crochet Pattern | Little Monkeys Crochet

Top Band, Rounds 2-8: CH1, turn. SC around. Join to the top of the first SC with a SL ST.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Fringe
We need to cut approximately 80 pieces of yarn for the fringe. Find a sturdy, thin object in your home that measures somewhere between 8-10". I used my 9" cutting board and it worked perfectly! Here's how you make fringe (the numbers correspond to the photos below):

1. Wrap the yarn around the cutting board about 45 times (this will give us a little wiggle room). Wrap it snug, but don't wrap it crazy-tight. Try to be consistent.
2. Take a good pair of scissors and carefully cut the yarn right down the center of the pile.
3. You now have a pile of yarn approximately 18" long. Very carefully, fold it in half and cut at the halfway point again. You should now have about 90 strands of yarn. 
4. Choose a starting point at the bottom of one of the ribbed rows. Using a crochet hook and one strand of yarn, fold the yarn in half and use the hook to pull it halfway through the scarf (right at the bottom). The two ends of the strand should be poking out the front of the entry point.
5. Remove your hook and insert the two ends of the strand through the loop.
6. Pull tight.
7. Continue around the scarf, adding fringe at every two rows (so you'll add fringe at every ribbed row, as well as halfway between each ribbed row).  Use the photo for a visual.

Yenni Infinity Fringe Scarf Crochet Pattern | Little Monkeys Crochet

That's it! Enjoy your cute new infinity scarf, and don't forget to make the matching hat and boot cuffs!

 

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You’re welcome to sell what you make with it; for online listings, please link back to my blog using something like this:

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Here are the “do nots”:

  • Do not resell the pattern, altered or in its original form.
  • Do not copy and paste the pattern onto your own blog, in a Facebook group, or anywhere else. Simply link to this page instead. Anything beyond this is copyright theft. You are welcome to copy/paste it into a document for printing, for personal use only.
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  • Rebecca December 5, 2015, 4:05 pm

    Hi Rebecca! I just had to stop and take the time to tell you I LOVE your patterns! I am an avid crocheter:-) and always look forward to a new pattern from you! Often you use one of my favorite Heartland yarns which is great too, not to mention that my name is also Rebecca. Thank you so much for the generous “shares” and beautiful inspiration! Have a lovely holiday season. Rebecca

  • Tracy King December 5, 2015, 10:37 pm

    What an awesome pattern, I really love the result. I doubt I’m accomplished enough to try it right now but I still really appreciate you sharing with the World. Thank you bunches 🙂

  • Sheronna December 6, 2015, 4:02 am

    Thank you for another wonderful pattern. Do you think this pattern would work with a verigated yarn or will it be too busy and lose some of the details?

    • Rebecca December 7, 2015, 7:50 am

      I think it would be too busy, unless you used one with a reealllly gradual color change. 🙂

  • Cristal December 6, 2015, 10:20 am

    Yet again another cute one! You’re so fast! I’m still working on the hat. Perhaps when I get more yarn I’ll try to make this one to go with it as you suggested.

  • Brittany January 11, 2016, 9:57 am

    What would you suggest for finishing if you didn’t want fringe?

    • Rebecca January 13, 2016, 1:08 pm

      I would just follow the directions for “Top Band, Round 1” on the opposite edge. I would probably only do 1 or two rounds. 🙂

      • Brittany January 13, 2016, 3:51 pm

        Thanks!

  • Sandra Boyer January 11, 2016, 5:04 pm

    Love this pattern. Made it for one of my daughters for christmas.

  • Chantal January 11, 2016, 6:49 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing this pattern I’m about half way done and it looks beautiful. My daughter is already begging for me to make her one too!

  • Claudia Messier January 12, 2016, 9:11 pm

    I can’t wait to get this made!

  • Stephanie January 18, 2016, 10:34 am

    I love this. I saw an actress in a comedy wearing something like this and I decided I needed this in my life. 🙂 I just love your patterns.

  • Ashleigh O'Donnell January 18, 2016, 10:58 am

    I love this one! I’m working on it now. I love the fringe!

  • Kathleen Fowler January 19, 2016, 10:43 am

    Love the size of this scarf and the fringe makes it stand out

  • Betsy January 21, 2016, 7:36 am

    Let me tell you God really blessed you with this amazing talent. I really like all your pattern. I am new crocheter and I wanted to give some of your patterns a try. I don’t have a hobby lobby by me, so can u please recommend any other yarn that I can buy from Michaels or joann fabrics. Thanks

    • Rebecca January 21, 2016, 9:22 am

      That’s a tough question because I’ve honestly never used a #3 weight yarn from either of those stores. The only ones I have experience with besides Hobby Lobby’s are Lion Brand’s LB Collection Superwash Merino, which is only available online, and Cascade’s Longwood Sport (available online and in local yarn shops). I’m sorry! My best advice is to go to the stores and look at what they have, and if it feels nice and soft and not too fuzzy, it will probably be a good choice. 🙂

  • April Rineer January 26, 2016, 1:34 pm

    I made this scarf and the edging is “stiff” looking and I think it should be smaller? Any recommendations? I can send you a pic if that would help?!

    • Rebecca January 26, 2016, 6:40 pm

      You’re welcome to do fewer rounds for the edging 🙂

  • Jan December 3, 2016, 8:50 pm

    How would I change this pattern for a child age 9? I don’t crochet much so need help and would be very grateful.

    • Rebecca December 4, 2016, 5:30 pm

      You would need to decide how long you wanted the scarf to be, and when you get to “Rows 6-152,” follow the directions but only do the repeats until the scarf measures the desired length.