December 31, 2020. Are you excited that the year has come to an end? It has definitely been a challenging year, but there have been some good things that have come out of it as well. As we head into a new year, I hope that we can all reflect back and find at least one positive thing that happened in our lives over the last year.
The Infinity Harvest Wrap was the first item I finished in 2020, and I had every intention of releasing it last winter. Well, since that didn't happen I figured what better way to end the year than to release it as the last pattern for the year, bringing this year complete circle, just like this wrap!
I hope you love this multifunctional piece as much as I do. I can't wait to see all of the color choices. Please make sure you share so I can see them! You can find me on Instagram @Carol_Hladik_Designs or on Facebook Carol's Creation for You .
Harvest Infinity Wrap
This light weight multi-functional piece can be worn as a long infinity scarf, doubled up as a short infinity scarf, or pulled over she shoulders like a wrap.
The Harvest Infinity Wrap is worked in repeating rows and joined together with a twist at the end.
Finished size: 15” wide, 65” long before seaming
3.75 mm F crochet hook
2 balls ULURU yarn (410 yards each) **
** Uluru is a beautiful super fine 1 weight yarn. Due to the texture of the yarn, it is thicker than other 1 weight yarns. Please check gauge.
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DC: Double Crochet
SK: Skip stitch
F/O: Finish off
Chain 2 at beginning of each row counts as a DC
Design is created by working (2DC, ch1, 2DC) all into the same space. These are referred to as “clusters” for gauge and stitch counts.
Gauge: 4” = 4.5 clusters wide x 8 clusters tall
Row 1: Chain 71, working into the 4th chain from the hook, (2DC, ch1, 2DC) all into the same space. *SK 3, (2DC, ch1, 2DC) *, repeat pattern from * to * across until 2 chain spaces remain. SK 1, DC. (17 clusters, 2 DC)
Row 2: Ch2, *(2DC, ch1, 2DC) into ch1 space*, Repeat across to end of row, DC into the top of ch2. (17 clusters, 2 DC)
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Rows 3 – 109: Repeat Row 2
Row 110: Repeat Row 2, F/O leaving a long tail to attach the two ends together
Note: For people with a smaller frame (XS – M), you may wish to reduce the number of Rows to 100.
Lay wrap out flat and pull ends toward each other. Twist one end of the wrap so the top of one side lines up with the bottom of the opposite side. Seam ends together and weave in ends.
I hope you enjoy this pattern! I look forward to seeing all of your wonderful makes!