I found this cute plaid dress at this great little boutique near me called The Katie Grace Boutique. If you are local, you need to check this place out! It’s a great shop in a refurbished little house on highway 72 between Madison and Athens, AL. They have the cutest clothes with really reasonable prices. And they get new stock all the time! If you’re not local (or even if you are), they have a website you can find here at shopkatiegrace.com or they also have an app you can find in the App Store – just search for The Katie Grace Boutique. Here’s a link to their Facebook page – there’s a shop button on there, too. You’ll want to check out their online store for great clothes you can only find there – they ship very quickly or you have the option to pick up your order at the store if you are local. Can you tell I kinda like this little boutique? 😊
I’m not friends with the owner and I’m not getting anything for this post. I just wanted to share my favorite boutique with you!
Anyway, I decided I needed a gray infinity scarf to go with my new cute dress. I used Caron Simply Soft Yarn in gray heather with a J/6mm hook to crochet my scarf. By using the larger hook it made the scarf drape beautifully.
Here’s the pattern:
Chain 35 loosely.
- Row 1 – Double crochet in 4th chain from hook. (3 skipped chains count as a double crochet). *Skip 2 chains. Double crochet, chain one, double crochet (V-stitch) in next chain.* Repeat from * to* across until last 4 chains. Skip 2 chains. Double crochet in final 2 chains. Turn. (9 V-stitches and 2 double crochet at each end)
- Row 2 – Chain 3 (counts as double crochet). Skip first double crochet. Double crochet in next double crochet. Work V-stitch in chain-one space. Repeat V-stitch across to last 2 double crochet. Double crochet in last 2 double crochet. Turn.
- Repeat Row 2 to desired length. Crochet ends together to make into infinity scarf.
I made my scarf about 70″ long so I would be able to double it once I put it on. I love it with my dress!
I paired my dress with my new scarf, black leggings, and ankle boots to make a fun Fall outfit. I can also add a sweater or maybe a jean jacket when the temps drop a bit more.
This pattern works up super quickly – I made mine in just a couple of hours – so you have plenty of time to stitch up some of these for Christmas gifts!
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