Using Red Heart Yarns Unforgettable is such a treat. The way the color changes and the look of the yarn always makes me think that I’m using a much more expensive luxury yarn. It definitely has a wow factor even in the easiest of designs. I enjoy working in Tunisian Crochet with it. It’s got a bit of a halo so it seems to make it easier. Such a gorgeous look in Tunisian Crochet lace.
Eternal Spring Infinity Scarf
designed by Kim Guzman © Mar. 2018
Technique: Tunisian Crochet
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15″ x 43″
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- Red Heart “Unforgettable” (100% acrylic, worsted size 4 weight, 280 yds per 3.5 oz skein): 2 skeins or approx 560 yds (shown in springtime)
- Suggested Tunisian (afghan) hook size: J-10 [6m]
- Needle (for weaving ends)
Thank you to Red Heart for providing the yarn used in this project.
In stitch pattern, 17 sts for 10 rows measures 4″.
Chain any multiple of 3 then add 2.
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Free Tunisian Crochet Pattern Begins Here
Row 1A: Ch 65, sk first ch, *insert hook in next ch, yo, pull lp through, leave lp on hook, rep from * across: 65 lps on hook.
Row 1B: [Ch 2, yo, pull through 4 lps on hook] across until 1 st remaining (2 lps are on hook), ch 1, yo pull through 2 lps on hook: 21 3-st clusters formed.
Row 2A: Sk first st, [pull up lp in closing chain before 3-st cluster, on top of 3-st cluster and closing chain just after 3-st cluster] across, pull up lp in lower ch of beg ch 2 of closing chain: 65 lps on hook.
Row 2B: [Ch 2, yo, pull through 4 lps on hook] across until 1 st remaining (2 lps are on hook), ch 1, yo, pull through 2 lps on hook: 21 3-st clusters.
Rows 3-104: Rep row 2. (Unlike other Tunisian crochet stitch patterns, no bind off row is necessary.) Fasten off.
With yarn needle, seam bottom of first row to top of last row. For a Mobius twist, hold the first row next to the last row, rotate one side by flipping it over 180 degrees and seam. Weave in all ends securely.
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