Twilight Horizon Infinity Scarf Pattern Release!

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Photo credit to Shannon of CitrusSun Crochet, Emma of Cutie Patootie Booties ‘N More, and Janelle of Silly Lilly Bows and More. Photo credit to Sarah Collins for the featured image at the top.

If you haven’t noticed by now, I LOVE working with this stitch!! This is my newest pattern design using it, the Twilight Horizon Infinity Scarf, and I have to say that I’m super happy with it The detail and texture in this stitch is phenomenal and it is so fun to do! You will barely notice time flying by when you are making this scarf. The Twilight Horizon Infinity Scarf pattern has options for 2 different lengths and an option to also make the scarf wider as well. Depending on your preference, you can make a scarf that can wrap around your neck and even double as a hood, or you can make a shorter one that just hangs there and looks cute. Either way, the stitch in this scarf still shines. The color combinations for this are practically endless! For those of you getting around to making Christmas gifts, this scarf would be perfect. With the open sections in the stitches, it can be worn all year long!

The Twilight Horizon Infinity Scarf pattern is now LIVE in my Ravelry store! From Friday 8/7 through the end of the day Monday 8/10 this pattern is on sale for 40% off!

*If you liked this scarf, be sure to check out my blog post about the matching bag as well!

If you would like a chance to win a free copy of this pattern, hop on over to my Facebook page Sweet Potato Crochet Creations and check out my pinned post to see how to enter! 🙂

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