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When I finished my Venus Shell Crochet Slouch Hat, I knew right away that I wanted to publish a matching infinity scarf crochet pattern for you all! Some simple, soothing stitching resulted in this effortlessly luxurious crochet cowl pattern.
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The Venus Shell stitch adds just a bit of graceful height to traditional shell stitches. By trading up singles for doubles, and doubles for trebles, you add just enough airiness to make this cowl suitable for just about any season. The stitches can breathe in warmer weather, but are still cozy enough to keep you warm when it’s chilly. Perfection!
Since this infinity scarf crochet pattern is worked sideways, you’re free to adjust the sizing to your own tastes without any fuss at all. I kept it short and light because I’m a Floridian. If your four seasons include winter in place of tourist season, you might enjoy extending it twice as long for a double loop scarf!
Let’s get started!
1 skein Caron Simply Soft Yarn, or approx. 140 yds Worsted (4) weight yarn.
Yarn Needle for weaving in final end.
PS- Have you tried my Locked Loop Ends method for working in yarn tails? This technique completely changed how I start my crochet projects!
Dc – double crochet
Sk – skip
Sl – slip stitch
St – stitch
Tr – treble crochet
Gauge / Finished Size
8 sts and 3.5 rows in 2” in Venus Shell Pattern.
Scarf measures 12” wide by 36” long before seaming.
Want to adjust the width? Simply chain a multiple of 6 + 1 for your starting chain.
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Venus Shell Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern
Row 1: Ch 3, 3 Tr in first st. *sk 2, Dc, sk 2, 5tr.* Sk 2, 3 tr in last st. 
Row 2: Ch 2, *Dc, sk 2, 5tr, sk 2.* Sk 2, dc in last st. 
Rows 3-50: Repeat rows 1 and 2.
Row 51: holding both ends of the cowl together, slip stitch each stitch together with the starting chain.Break yarn and weave in ends.