First of all, you can get your copy of the free Infinity Scarf pattern HERE.
View the Moogly video tutorial that helped me figure out the Tunisian stitch HERE.
There comes a point in almost every season, when I know I am ready to learn a new stitch. When the desire of learning something new hit's me, one of the first places I check out is www.mooglyblog.com. She never fails me!
When I first laid eyes on her Tunisian Infinity Scarf crochet pattern.. I knew it would be my next project. I had never used the stitch for anything… and I was finally ready!
Just by reading through her simple pattern, I had a really good idea of how to pull the stitch off. To be safe, I watched her video which just gave me all the confidence I needed.
After completing just a few rows, I was able to close my laptop and crochet while watching Netflix. I love taking a mental break from time to time… and after learning the stitch, my hook flowed quickly and with ease. I didn't have a Tunisian hook, so I just used a regular hook. It worked fine, but I'm sure the hooks Moogly has linked with the pattern would make it even better!
I used Red Hearts Boutique Infinity yarn. It's colors are soft, deep, and bright all at once. The sparkles in the yarn are gorgeous! It has just the right thickness and fluff that I prefer when using Bulky weight yarn. You can purchase your own Red Heart Boutique Infinity Yarn through my affiliate link here. –> Red Heart Yarn, Infinity Enchanted