Rainbow Eternity Scarf

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Rainbow Eternity Scarf
by Sheri Shaw

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The Rainbow Eternity Scarf is a lightweight accessory that can be worn as a scarf, over the head, on the shoulders, etc. Because it’s made loosely, it displays colorways beautifully giving it a graceful look and feel. This pattern is suited to the beginner to intermediate crocheter and works up quickly.

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What you’ll need
US N / UK 10mm I use Boye ergonomic crochet hooks
Yarn – Any weight 3 acrylic yarn. In this photo, I’ve used a beautiful rainbow blend by Lion Brand Yarns Mandala in colorway Sirens (590 yards)
Yarn needle

Stitch abbreviations
– chain
st / sts
– stitch / stitches
sc – single crochet
hdc – half double crochet
fhdc – foundation half double crochet
ch sp –
chain space

This pattern yields a lightweight, loose end-product. With a 590-yard skein of yarn you should have about 30 rows depending on your tension, so make sure to watch your tension as it should be loose.

Row 1: 139 fhdc and join which will yield 140 sts. (140 sts) See photo 1 below.

Rows 2-3: Ch 1 then hdc in each ch st. Continue around. See photo 2 below. Join with a sl st to first ch st. (140 sts)

Row 4:  *Ch 1, dc in next ch st, ch 1, skip a st, dc in next ch st. Continue around. See photo 3 below. Join with a sl st to first ch st. (140 sts)

Continue alternating as in Rows 2-3 and Row 4 until you’ve reached 29 rows.

Row 30: Ch 1 then sc all the way around. See photo 4 below. Join with a sl st to first ch st. Cut leaving a long tail and weave in end.

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