This snugly scarf is a shorter version of the one I shared here.
The yarn I used was bulky and super soft.
Our granddaughter, Keri Jill was kind to model it for me even after a tiring day at school.
This precious girl is who I had in mind when I made it.
I found the yarn at AC Moore in a $1.00 bin and love the color and texture. It took about 1 1/2 skeins to make this scarf. It does require hand washing and has a peculiar smell that I hope dissipates with a little time, although it doesn't bother Keri at all.
Braided Infinity Scarf
Yarn used: Nicole Basic II Yarn
Crochet Hook K
Row 1: dc in second chain from hook and in each chain across; chain 2 turn.
Row 2: hdc across
Make three strips
Lay on flat surface and braid the three strips.
Fold into a circle carefully matching ends.
Using a matching thread and needle, sew the ends together.
Knot yard ends and trim
See this post for how-to photos of braiding, folding and stitching the scarf.