Crochet Larks Foot Infinity Scarf 

There is nothing I love more on a cold winters night than to snuggle up on the couch with my little family and a good project to work on, and whist my go to project is Miss O’s hexie quilt, sometimes I just need to mix things up a little! I have had this yarn, sitting in my stash for far too long, I originally purchased it from Morris and Sons with plans to make a cable knit cardigan for myself, though only got as far as the back before I completely lost interest, and return all besides two of the remaining untouched balls with plans to make a scarf, and promptly packed them away and forgot they were there.The yarn is Morris and Sons Norway, a beautiful 10ply Australian wool. How I ever forget it I will never know! I didn’t use a specific pattern for this scarf instead creating a foundation chain long enough for a double loop using a 6mm hook and joining. I created a deliberate twist in my first row and simply crocheted in the round using Larks Foot stitch until I ran out of yarn. A nice simple project to keep my hands busy.   The resulting scarf is just amazing to wear. Soft and warm, chunky but not overly so, and super easy to wear as it doesn’t get in the way. I was pleasantly surprised at the effectiveness of the larks foot stitch in a solid colour, and truly love the texture. I’m sure this scarf will be getting lots of wear over the next couple of months. My only regret is that I didn’t make it sooner!  

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  1. Love the warm and chunky look of this! Would be perfect for our long and cold Upstate NY winters! Nicely done!

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