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Infinity Scarf

Updated February 15, 2023

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Are you ready for a wearable? Infinity scarfs are one of my favourite crochet wearables. This design is made from a combination of stitches and rows that leaves you with a beautiful surface pattern and texture. I love how easy it is to crochet an Infinity Scarf especially if you consider yourself a beginner, trust me you are ready for this!

I’ve included a slip stitch technique in this pattern to join the final row to the beginning row. However, if you prefer to sew the ends together I’ve included a double page of alternative seams.

Infinity Scarf: Image by Quail Studio
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Learning Elements

Joining final edge to beginning edge.

Infinity Scarf

Yarn Details

For the Infinity Scarf I used three 50g balls of Aran (10-ply/worsted) Mills Mia Naturally Soft in Blush. This is one of my all time favourite yarns, it’s super soft so perfect to for scarves, snoods and shawls.

A huge thank you to Love Crafts for offering yarn support!

Alternative Yarn Suggestions

If you’d like to make the Infinity Scarf using an alternative yarn I suggest the following three yarns. All of these yarns can be purchased on Love Crafts. As always I recommend doing a gauge swatch whether you are using the same yarn used in the pattern or an alternative yarn.

Debbie Bliss Rialto Aran

Schachenmayr Merino Extrafine 85 

Cascade Longwood 

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