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Monday, March 23, 2015

Tone Two Infinity Scarf Pattern Review

Tone Two Infinity Scarf Pattern Review

This is a very affordable pattern by Becky's Little Fish Designs, and I just love it! It's one of those patterns that if made once, you will want to make it over and over again. It has a great look and a great textured feel to it while still staying oh so soft.
Now what inspired me to make this pattern is one morning I went into my local gas station to buy my morning energy drink, and I had forgotten my wallet. Of course I didn't notice until after I was already at the counter, and lady behind the counter (who I know) paid for me and refused to let me go home and get my wallet to pay her back. So there was a good deed I needed to return, and I set out to find a great scarf pattern to make for her in return for being so nice and I was lucky enough to receive this pattern for free in exchange for testing it and doing this review. I was able to work the pattern up in a day and give it to her the next. She loved it so much it inspired her to pick up her hooks again after years of letting them sit. So, well worth it for me and I was really happy I was able to give back.
Okay, let’s get to the meat and potatoes of this review before I gush some more on how much I love it. It has everything you need to know right there and I had no trouble understanding it or being able to work it up. It was nice and fast to work up. Me being more of an experienced and speedy crocheter I was able to make it in one day, and this includes the time I spent sewing in the very few ends it had and washing it. For a beginner it might be a two day pattern, but still very fast to work up and would be great for all those last minute gift ideas. An experienced crocheter is going to be able to read and work up this pattern with ease and no problems. For a beginner, I would recommend reading the pattern thoroughly once before you start, and you will have no problems making this beautiful scarf either. This is a simple, straightforward pattern that you will have no problems working up, but always remember, in any pattern in order to make it you must know how to do the stitches it’s asking you to do, and always make a gauge swatch to ensure it comes out in the right size. It's also fun to work up. You won’t get bored doing the same stitch over and over again, and to me that makes this pattern a keeper to make again and again!

So, in conclusion, great pattern. Easy to read and understand. Fast to work up. Fun to work up. It's a pattern you’re going to make again and again and everyone is going to want to know where you bought that! Hope you like it as much as I do.

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