I’m still trying to find ways to use up all the sweet rolls I impulsively bought. The little baby blanket and hat sets are awesome, but I need something really fast. I have about 20 Sweet Rolls taking up space in my living room.
I’m making infinity scarves.
Premier Sweet Roll Yarn in “Wild Cherry Swirl,” “Guava Pop,” “Cheesecake Pop,” “Lemon Berry Pop,” “Punch Pop,” and “Wasabi Pop”
This scarf looks a little fancy, but it is very easy to crochet. All you need to know is double crochet and chaining!
About 75-80% of a Sweet Roll, or scraps of worsted weight yarn
J hook (6.0 mm), scissors, yarn needle
- ch: chain
- dc: double crochet
- sl st: slip stitch
The Super Easy Pattern:
This pattern is my own. It is very simple. Any resemblance to existing patterns is accidental.
- Chain 140.
- Taking care not to twist chain, join with a sl st.
- Solid row: ch 3 (counts as dc) and dc in 2nd st and all remaining sts (140 dc,) join with a sl st (optional: cut yarn and join new color)
- Open row: ch 4 (counts as dc, ch 1) skip 2nd st and dc into 3rd st, ch 1. *skip a st, dc and ch 1* around (70 dc, 70 ch 1 spaces) join with a sl st (optional: cut yarn and join new color)
- Repeat steps 3 and 4 until you have 11 rows total (or however many you want.) You will end with a solid row.
Using Sweet Roll yarn in a color pattern: A B C A B C A B C A B where bold letters are the solid rows, you will use approximately 44 grams of color A, 40 grams of color B, and 32 grams of color C.
I’m accumulating a pile of little leftover yarn balls. It will be fun making a few scarves from them.
To work the same stitch pattern in short rows, see my Super Easy Infinity Scarf II.