8.16.2014

Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

Prepare for photo-overload as I can't seem to get enough of my latest design! 

The Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf reminds me of a lovely terraced garden bursting with the colors of any season! Soft drape, lacey texture and versatility is what makes this design so fabulous, in my humble opinion!


Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf crochet pattern by Susan Carlson of Felted Button


Wear it  layered and close around the neck for a "collared" look.


Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf crochet pattern by Susan Carlson of Felted Button



Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf crochet pattern by Susan Carlson of Felted Button

Wrap the infinity twice around like a cowl and let it fall, with little spots of both colors peeking through the lace. 


Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf crochet pattern by Susan Carlson of Felted Button

Or drape it softly hanging long in the front or back for an elegant flowing scarf.


Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf crochet pattern by Susan Carlson of Felted Button

Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf crochet pattern by Susan Carlson of Felted Button

Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf crochet pattern by Susan Carlson of Felted Button

Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf crochet pattern by Susan Carlson of Felted Button

It seems that there are MANY ways to wear this but the options with color and yarn are vast, too! I've worked one up in blue and white--adding a little additional accent in a lighter blue. I love how it totally changes up the look. So then it got me thinking...


Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf crochet pattern by Felted Button (Susan Carlson)

What if I tried a sparkly, dressy yarn (this one is Red Heart Swanky--a worsted weight)?? And wrapped it like a collar and tied it with a sweet satin ribbon??


Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf crochet pattern by Felted Button (Susan Carlson)

Yes!! I'm loving this design. By the way, it is written in an adult size but contains the multiples # so it can be worked up to any length you want. Pick a fingering or lace weight yarn, smaller hook and make it for a little girl to feel so fancy at a party!! 


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| On the Board | -- What you create doesn't have to be perfect. So what if the eggs are greasy or the toast is burned? Don't let fear of failure discourage you.                                                  ~~Dieter F. Uchtdorf

12 comments:

  1. Adorei a ideia pois as cores são lindas e o esquema maravilhoso!

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    1. Thank you so much! You are very kind!

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  2. Hello!
    This is so pretty! And it looks truly versatile! I've never seen anything like this before. I love the idea of layering with different colours!

    Absolutely stunning!
    Ingrid x

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    1. Thank you, Ingrid! I've never seen anything like it before either, but giggled when it came together! Creating is such fun!

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  3. This is a gorgeous scarf! I love the blue and white one!

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    1. Thanks, Danielle, I think the blue and white one is pretty awesome, too. It's amazing how changing up the colors makes the whole thing look so different!

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  4. I love this pattern! It's beautiful and so versatile!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, versatile it is!

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  5. I absolutely love this! More than just the obvious that it's beautiful and versatile, it's also something I could possibly convince my sisters to try to convince them that they can in fact read patterns and make something other than squares. Thank you for all the wonderful pictures and for putting so much time into developing your patterns! You set a high bar for other designers to meet in terms of quality and I personally think that's exactly what the craft needs!
    ~ Katie Cottingham

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    1. This pattern is surprisingly simple even though it looks intricate. If you can work in rows and do basic stitches, this one is easy peasy. Thanks so much for your kind words, Katie. I really do work hard to provide detailed, well-written and accurate patterns, as well as stylish and fun designs.

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