Weekend on the Road

It’s been a while, I know! BUT, I have not slowed down. I have a lot of things in the works right now and the first I’m going to share was a project to keep me occupied on the road. My hubbie and I decided to go to the lease a few weeks ago and the time away was amazing and much needed. Just before leaving a close family friend put in an order for a few (seven to be exact) infinity scarves to give as Christmas gifts this year. She chose her color and brought the yarn and while trying to decide which way I was going to head with them I found myself mindlessly creating something beautiful. I have always been a huge fan of the V-Stich, simply easy and gorgeous at the same time, so there I was, feet on the dash yarn in my hand, just a crocheting away. I ended up getting half the order done before returning home, and they turned out very well to.


The entirety of the yarn and the Mobius twist in the front renders a simple beauty. 🙂

Lovey “Mobius” Scarves


1 skein Lion Brand Homespun

K hook

tapestry needle


Ch 19.

Foundation Row: dc in 4th chain from hook,  ch 1, dc in the same ch space. *Skip two chains and in the next ch space, dc, ch 1, dc in the same ch space.  Repeat 3  times from * to the end, in the last ch space, dc, ch 1, dc in the same ch space.

Row 1: Turn, ch 3 and in each of the chain 1 spaces from the below row (middle of the “V”) dc, ch 1, dc, dc in the last space on the row.
Repeat Row 1 until the scarf is the length you’d like it to be. I made mine about 30 inches long, give or take considering I left the measuring tape at home (yes I’m that brilliant…)
*Weave in your ends using a whip stitch.
*If you would like to add a Mobius Twist here is the link I used to teach myself. DO THIS BEFORE YOU WEAVE IN THE ENDS 🙂
One more pretty picture before I say ta-ta!


Have a blessed day!


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