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To Infinity and Beyond.......

To Infinity and Beyond.......
Ok, so there is no beyond, but I have made a couple of Infinity scarfs. This little one was made using one skein of Vanna's Choice in Mustard. The pattern I used was Caron's Bellflower Infinity Scarf. I needed another skein to make it long and able to loop around, but I didn't have one so a short one it is. It's very warm and would have probably been too thick looped around anyway. Has anyone else noticed that Mustard is a popular color right now? Now for my second one. I started out similar to the patter for the Mustard scarf, and changed up the shells a little. Here's how I did it. -2 skeins of Lion Brand Tweed Stripes -H hook Start with a chain of 34. DC in the 4th chain from the hook. *Skip next two ch's. 2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc in the next ch. dc in each of the next two ch's Repeat from * to the end. You should have 4 shell clusters and 5 two dc spaces. ch 3 and turn, dc in next dc. *in ch 1 space of shell- dc, ch 2, dc skip to 2 dc's and dc in each. ch 3 and turn, dc in the next dc.

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