Vajra infinity scarf | Tunisian crochet pattern | PDF | Brioche crochet

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Skill Level - Intermediate
If you are looking for a bit of a challenge, this is for you! :)

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I am hosting a TCAL for this scarf. You can find all the details on my blog here: https://knitterknotter.com/vajra-tcal-announcement/

Here is the schedule for the TCAL:
March 25 – March 31: Get your supplies!
April 1 – April 7: Let’s en-gauge
April 8 – April 14: Part 1
April 15 – April 21: Part 2
April 22 – April 28: Part 3
April 29 – May 5: Part 4
May 6 – May 12: Part 5
May 13 – May 19: Part 6 (Last part)
May 20 – May 26: Final submissions for the grand prize and judging

Pattern language and crochet terms - US English

This brioche infinity scarf is made by combining standard Tunisian crochet stitches with twisted stitches. It uses the cro-hook (double ended tunisian) technique and is worked in the round with one color used in the forward pass and the other color in the reverse pass. This is a reversible pattern and looks great on both sides. While I have used a gradient yarn, it will look just as good with solid colors too.

This (tested) pattern contains:

A photo tutorial for a gauge square that uses all the stitches used in the scarf.
Step by step written instructions for the scarf (US terms)
Tips and tricks
Complete list of materials

This pattern is made in repeats of 28 stitches. The scarf in the pictures has 12 repeats. You can easily customize the size of your scarf by picking the number of repeats that work best for you.

Dimensions:
Height: 13” (33 cms)
Circumference: 80” (200 cms)

Stitches used:
Tunisian simple stitch
Twisted Tunisian simple stitch
Back loop increase
Decrease
Twisted Decrease
You can find tutorials for all of these stitches here: https://knitterknotter.com/category/tutorial/tunisian-crochet-tutorial/

You can read more about this pattern on my blog here:
https://knitterknotter.com/vajra-infinity-scarf-pattern-release/

Returns: Due to the nature of patterns, they cannot be returned or exchanged. You may not redistribute the pattern.
You may sell finished items but please credit the pattern to me: Arunima Goel @ KnitterKnotter.

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48 shop reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Can’t wait to put this to use.

Regina Sep 22, 2019

5 out of 5 stars

This shawl turned out absolutely beautifully and it was a great pattern!

Katie Fleeman Apr 10, 2020

4 out of 5 stars

Very easy to follow pattern. For my likings I felt the finished product made the ghost look short and chubby so I made a few changes.

Heather Sanchez Oct 29, 2019

4 out of 5 stars

I do like it. It’s not coming out the same but could be the yarn I’m using. Same weight and such but still not like the photo. It’s an easy pattern overall. But I feel there are just a couple mistakes. I can anticipate the pattern sequence so it’s ok, but definitely worth getting. My suggestion would be to use another skein, or other end, of C1 for the passes without design. I’m eating through C2 for no reason. That’s why I did a star less. That needs to change.

Gia Hillenbrand Nov 29, 2021

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