Infinity Crochet Whirl Slouchy by Briana K Designs

Infinity Crochet Whirl Slouchy

February 2018
DK (11 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 10 rows = 4 inches
in linen stitch in long single crochet
5.0 mm (H)
240 - 280 yards (219 - 256 m)
Child, Adult, Large Adult
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The Infinity Crochet Whirl Slouchy is a fun hat worked flat! The popping cable along with amazing textures is stunning for a head-wear accessory. This pattern uses the Infinity Crochet Technique invented by Briana K. Cables are worked in a new and innovative way which eliminates holes from traditional cables and can also be worked on a variety of backgrounds!

Introducing Infinity Crochet

The cable design in this pattern is worked in a new and innovative crochet method developed by Briana Kepner, which creates clean and beautiful stitching called Infinity Crochet.

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• Size US H- (5.0mm) crochet hook
• Yarn needle
• Pompom for top of hat
To create your own faux fur pompom:

Valley Superwash DK hand Dyed in color Fog
(yardage requirements below)

As long as gauge is met, yarn may be substituted with the following brands:
Plymouth Yarn DK Merino Superwash
Sublime Yarns Extra Fine Merino DK
Blue Moon Fibers Arts Cake DC
Schachenmayr Original Extra Merino
Patons (UK) Merino Extrafine DK
Pickles Extra Fine Merino

Child: 16” Circumference, 11 1/4” length (240 yards)
Adult: 18.5” Circumference, 11 1/4” length (260 yards)
Large Adult: 21” Circumference, 11 1/4” length (280 yards)

Special Tip:
When working with Infinity Crochet Cables the size of the cable does not change the background gauge of the main fabric. This means that all the Front Floating stitches in this pattern can be grouped as 3 Front Floats or 2 Front Floats or even One Front Float. If making a different thickness of cable simple substitute the amount of Floating Stitches. For example, FF3DC would be FF2DC to change the thickness of the cable.