MATERIALS NEEDED FOR THIS PROJECT
Extra chunky yarn
A size 6mm crochet hook
A darning needle
A stitch marker
A pair of scissors
A measuring tape
STITCHES USED IN THIS PROJECT
Chain stitches (ch sts )
Double crochet stitches (dc sts)
Slip stitches (slp sts)
SKILL LEVEL REQUIRED
Make a chain of about 100 stitches. This will differ depending on the size of the yarn used and the size of the crotchet hook.
Slip stitch into the first stitch made to form a continuous loop.
ROW 1: chain 1, dc in the first stitch working in the back loops only, work 1 dc in each stitch across. When you get to your last stitch, do not slip stitch to join, not yet. Instead continue working 1 dc stitches in each stitch on the bottom side of your project. This means that for this project, one row comprises of 200 stitches. A row is worked on the bottom and top of your foundation chain. This will create the infinity pattern. When you have worked the last dc i.e. stitch number 200, slip stitch to join. You will be at your starting point.
Row 2-4: 1 dc in each stitch on the top and bottom sides. After ensuring that you have worked 200 dc stitches slip stitch to join.
Bind off and weave in your loose ends using your darning needle.
Your project is done.
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