Learn how to crochet a beautiful infinity scarf with this beginner friendly pattern. I absolute LOVE infinity scarves they’re super versatile and can be made in any yarn with the corresponding crochet hook. This pattern is so quick and easy to make, you’re going to want one to match each outfit. I couldn’t resist making a pink infinity scarf and further down this post you’ll see this pattern made in an indie dyed yarn.
MATERIALS & TOOLS
- Yarn: Chunky weight yarn, I used Debbie Bliss Rialto Chunky
- Hook: 6.5mm or size to match chosen yarn
- Darning Needle
- Written in UK terms
- Will be using the ‘V’ stitch throughout
- You can find the video tutorial at the base of the post
crochet TERMS & ABBREVIATIONS
- Chain (ch) : Yarn over, pull through
- Treble (tr) : Yarn over, insert into chain space, yarn over, pull through two loops, yarn over, pull through remaining loops
- Chain space (Ch-sp) : The space found between two stitches or in foundation chain
- *-* : Repeat for the indicated times.
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INFINITY SCARF PATTERN
- Foundation chain: Chain 23
- Rnd 1: tr into 4th ch from the hook, ch1, tr into same ch-sp. *Skip 2chains, tr, ch1, tr into same ch-sp* 6times. tr into last ch-sp. Ch3
- Rnd 2: *tr into ch1 space of ‘V’ in previous row, ch1, tr into same ch-sp* 7 times. Ch3.
When you reach the end of the rnd 2, you’ll find there is a gap where you skipped 4 chains at the beginning. Treble crochet into the top of the chain 3 to close the gap and then continue with your ch3.
- Repeat round two until you reach your desired length. I did 65 rows in total.
- Connect using slip stitch or you can simply sew the ends together using your yarn and a darning needle.