The Pavement Infinity Scarf is a v-stitch infinity scarf crocheted with bulky yarn.
Remember this scarf?
Several of you have had different questions since I first shared it a while back, so I thought a stitch by stitch tutorial might be fun!
The original Pavement was worked up in Lion Brand’s Wool Ease Thick and Quick, but any super bulky yarn will do. For this tutorial I chose Lion Brand’s Hometown USA yarn in the “Tampa Spice” colorway, another one of my favorites…so super soft and isn’t that color fabulous?
So, begin with super bulky yarn and an N (9.0 mm) crochet hook,
Begin with a slip knot and chain 19.
In the fourth chain from the hook, work a double crochet.
Next, chain one and work another double crochet all in the same chain. This is the first “V” in our v-stitch sequence.
Now skip two chains. In the next chain, work a double crochet, chain one, double crochet…all in that same chain…second “V” complete!
Keep going across in this manner making “Vs” Skip two chains, double crochet, chain one, double crochet in the same chain…
Until you reach the end of the row. You’ll have 6 “V”s.
Let’s move on to row 2. Chain three as shown below:
Turn your work,
In the middle of the first “V” from the previous row (the chain 1 space), create a “V” the same way by working a double crochet, chain one, double crochet…all in that same space.
Continue in each “V” all the way across until you get to the turning chain (chain 3) from the previous row…six “V”s across.
In the turning chain space, work just one double crochet to finish off the row.
Continue making your scarf as long as you’d like it to be by repeating row 2.
You can make your scarf as long as you’d like for it to be, long or short. When you are finished, you can make it a traditional scarf or seam it together to make it an infinity scarf. Happy crocheting everyone!