Yesterday my mom left to go back home. It was so hard to see her go after having her here since I got back from the hospital. She was so incredibly helpful and made my life 5,000 times easier, that’s for sure! But here I go, back to reality.
Transitioning from 2 to 3 kids really has not been nearly as difficult as it was transitioning from 1 to 2. I told my mom that I think it’s because I’ve already given up on making sure everything is perfect and just learned to live in chaos. It’s somewhat freeing!
Anyway, since my life has been a bit chaotic and I’ve been enjoying my mom’s company, I haven’t been crocheting much. And as I’m sure many of you have noticed, I haven’t posted anything since before my sweet little girl was born. So here we go!
I designed this textured scarf pattern back at the beginning of my 3rd trimester in hopes of using it for when I am super exhausted from having a new baby (for the 3rd time in 3 years). The Plumberry Infinity Scarf is so soft and so chunky and so beautiful! I loved working it up and was so excited that it only took me one night to get done.
I used the same cross double crochet stitch that I used with my Baby Boy Blue Beanie and Booties patterns. It is very simple, but gives a beautiful texture that I just love. I hope you like it just as much as I do!
Plumberry Infinity Scarf
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2 skeins (170 grams) Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Chunky in Plumberry (or another chunky weight or size 5 yarn)
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ch – chain
dc – double crochet
sl st – slip stitch
cross dc – crossed double crochet: skip first stitch, double crochet in next, cross over and double crochet in first stitch that was skipped. See my Baby Boy Blue Beanie pattern for a picture tutorial on how to do the crossed double crochet stitch.
2 double crochets x 1 row = 1 inch
Ch 122, sl st to make a circle being careful not to twist chain.
Row 1: ch 3, dc in next stitch and every stitch around, join with sl st in the top of ch 3.
Rows 2-3: ch 3, cross dc around, dc in last stitch, join with sl st in the top of ch 3.
Row 4: ch 3, dc in next stitch and every stitch around,join with sl st in the top of ch 3.
Rows 5-6: ch 3, cross dc around, dc in last stitch, join with sl st in the top of ch 3.
Row 7: ch 3, dc in next stitch and every stitch around, join with sl st in the top of ch 3.
Rows 8-9: ch 3, cross dc around, dc in last stitch, join with sl st in the top of ch 3.
Row 10: ch 3, dc in next stitch and every stitch around, join with sl st in the top of ch 3.
Row 11: gently sl st across last row.
Finish off and sew in ends.
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