Dishcloth infinity scarf? You might think now that I’m starting to turn a little bit nuts but I’m crocheting sooo many scarves recently that I’m sort of starting to get quite uncreative in actually naming them. Which means when you’ve got a better idea how to name this scarf I would be happy to hear it :) The reason why I came up with dishcloth scarf is because it’s inspired by a dishcloth pattern. Strolling through Pinterest I came across a pretty awesome dishcloth pattern. But as I’m not really into dishcloths I thought that this v-stitch might do brilliantly in an infinity scarf. For sure you could make a normal scarf but I think infinity scarves are just much more practical. Anyways here is the pattern :)
Dishcloth infinity scarf/cowl pattern
- 4 balls of Debbie Bliss cashmerino aran (2 silver, 1 grey and 1 rose)
- 7 mm hook
- tapestry needle
sc= single crochet (US term); double crochet (dc, UK term)
dc = double crochet (US term); treble crochet (tr, UK term)
v-st = *dc (tr), ch 1, dc (tr)* into same stitch
In my patterns UK terms are always given in brackets.
Lets get started:
Pay attention not to twist your chain slip stitch into first ch space.
ch 3, skip one st, dc (tr) into next
ch 1, dc (tr) into same stitch (this is your first v-st cluster made)
*skip 2 st, v-st*
repeat * * until you reach your last st, dc (tr) into last st, ch 1
insert your hook into the third ch don’t pull yarn through yet!
As we’re going to make a colour change to grey :) so take your grey yarn and pull grey yarn through and make a slip stitch.
v-st into 1 ch space from previous round, repeat around until you reach your last st, dc (tr) into last st, ch
make a slip stitch colour change to silver
repeat pattern from previous round.
make slip stitch colour change to rose
repeat stitch pattern.
row 5: silver
row 6: grey
row 7: silver
row 8: rose
row 9: silver
row 10: grey
row 11: silver
row 12: rose
row 13: grey fasten off and weave in ends
Time to admire your work :)
I would love to see how your scarf turned out so please send me a picture or post it to my Facebook wall!
Disclaimer: This pattern is not for resale so please do not sell it to other people. If you do use it and enjoy it, I’d be grateful for a link back to my blog and the pattern, but please don’t copy and paste it to your website or copy my pictures. You’re allowed to sell finished items created with the pattern, but please do give me credit as the designer (link back to the blog when selling online). Thank you!