Shin-yu Infinity Scarf by ChiChi Allen
Welcome! You are browsing as a guest
Would you like to see 192 projects made from this pattern and much more? create a free account What am I missing?

Shin-yu Infinity Scarf

Crochet
December 2016
Any gauge - designed for any gauge ?
250 - 500 yards (229 - 457 m)
Adjustable
both US and UK
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

This pattern was originally hosted as a 3-day crochet along (CAL) over Dec 9-11, 2016 by CAL - Crochet A Long group on Facebook.

Shin-yu 真友 (pronounced shin ewe/you) means true friends in Japanese. This infinity scarf was designed with my dearest friends in my heart. This crocheted cowl is worked up in 3 sections, starting with a Japanese old favorite stitch called pine stitch (松編み/matsu ami), known as a fan stitch in the west. A larger version of this simple stitch is expanded with special stitches in subsequent sections. Coupled with chain stitches placed throughout the pattern, the end result is a beautiful lacey scarf that would make a perfect gift for your 真友.

Difficulty: Adventurous beginner & intermediate

Yarn: Any weight yarn (recommended: Fingering/sock, DK)

Crochet Hooks: Corresponding to yarn weight; may need 2 different sizes depending on tension

Gauge: Not essential; Depends on yarn and hook used

Notions: Tapestry needle, Stitch marker (optional)

Size: Adjustable; Google “cowl length” for ideas

Note on Length: The pattern needs to start with a stitch count of {multiples of 40 } (e.g., 120, 160, 200, etc.). Therefore, choose a length range to target (for example, 24-26 inches) rather than an exact length.

Yardage: Yardage needed depends on yarn weight, cowl length, and your tension. One 100g skein of sock/fingering weight yarn will make a double wrap, while one 100g in double knit (DK) weight will make a single wrap.

Pattern Use:
Please enjoy the finished projects you make with this pattern in any way you wish. However, if you sell the finished item using the Shin-yu Infinity Scarf pattern, please clearly display the pattern credit to “ChiChi Allen @ www.keitopalette.wordpress.com”. Please do not use any part of the pattern, including my pictures, to promote your sales.

The pattern is for use by one person only and may not be shared/distributed in hard copies or digitally. Re-writing, reproducing, copying, incorporating, or distributing of the pattern in part or whole is prohibited.

Special Thanks
to CAL - Crochet A Long translation team for providing language translations.

  • Please note only the pattern in US terms has been tested.