Welcome to the world of crochet! If you’re looking for a fun and cozy project, you’ve come to the right place. Get ready to create a stylish accessory with this Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern.
This free crochet infinity scarf is a super easy beginner crochet pattern. With just basic double crochet stitches, it works up quick! You can either use two strands of worsted weight yarn held together, or one strand of super bulky yarn.
So, grab your crochet hook and pick your favorite yarn, and let’s start making this delightful Infinity Scarf. It’s sure to be a cozy and fashionable addition to your winter wardrobe.
What is an Infinity Scarf?
An Infinity Scarf forms a loop or circle shape by joining its ends. You can wrap it around your neck once or even twice, and it stays in place without needing to tie it. It’s a stylish and cozy accessory that adds a touch of fashion to your outfit. Infinity Scarves come in various colors and designs, making them a popular choice for keeping warm and looking cool!
Different Types of Scarves
Crochet scarves are awesome accessories that come in lots of styles, materials, and lengths. Let’s check out some types of scarves:
Infinity Scarf: A loop scarf with no ends. Crochet infinity scarves are cozy and easy to style.
Pashmina Scarf: Made from soft cashmere wool, it’s lightweight and warm all year.
Neck Scarf: A small square or rectangular scarf worn for style, not warmth.
Cowl: A short and snug circular scarf for warmth without extra length.
Snood: A scarf or hood that covers the head and neck, both warm and stylish.
Shawl Scarf: A larger scarf you can drape over your shoulders like a shawl, great for special events.
Bandana Scarf: A square scarf with vibrant colors and patterns. You can wear it in different ways.
Poncho Scarf: A combo of a scarf and poncho, cozy and stylish.
Blanket Scarf: A big and cozy scarf you can use as a shawl or a blanket.
Each scarf has a different use, so pick the right one based on the season, occasion, and what you love!
Beginner. This free crochet pattern uses basic crochet stitches in basic form and in simple repeats in rows.
- L/8 mm crochet hook
- worsted weight yarn (pattern uses 2 skeins of yarn held together) OR bulky weight yarn/chunky yarn. I used Red Heart Super Saver in Soft White and Aran.
- tapestry needle/yarn needle
Crochet gauge is the number of stitches and rows per inch achieved when crocheting with a particular hook size and yarn. By following the recommended gauge, you can ensure that your cozy scarf will have the correct size and fit.
Having the correct gauge is fairly important for this easy pattern.
10 stitches = 4 inches
6 rows = 4 inches
This crochet scarf pattern measures 8 inches wide and 55 inches long.
- Work this easy crochet pattern using two strands of worsted weight yarn held together.
- Work this easy crochet scarf using rows of double crochet stitches.
- The beginning of each row starts with a chain. This chain does not count as your first stitch.
- Work this easy crochet scarf pattern flat and then sew the ends together.
- dc = double crochet stitches
- hdc = half double crochet stitches
- sc = single crochet stitches
- st = stitch
- sts = stitches
- sl st = slip stitch
- ch = chain stitch
- chs = chain stitches
- rnd = round
- rnds = rounds
- rem = remaining
- blo = back loop only
- flo = front loop only
- ws = wrong side
- rs = right side
How to make the Double Crochet Stitch (dc)
- Firstly, yarn over & insert hook in next stitch.
- Secondly, yarn over and pull up a loop. You will have 3 loops on your hook.
- Then, yarn over and pull through 2 loops. You will have 2 loops on your hook.
- Lastly, yarn over and pull through remaining 2 loops on your hook.
Easy Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern
Row 1: Ch 20, dc in the 3rd ch from the hook, dc in each rem ch, turn (18 stitches)
Row 2: Ch 2, dc in each st, turn (18 stitches)
Rows 3- 80: Repeat row 2 (18 stitches)
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.
Use a tapestry needle to sew the two ends of your crocheted infinity scarf together.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the best crochet stitch for an infinity scarf?
The double crochet stitch is great for infinity scarves for a few good reasons. First, it’s taller, so it helps you crochet faster, which is perfect for big projects like scarves. Second, it makes a fabric that’s warm but not too thick, so the scarf feels cozy and comfortable. Lastly, it’s easy for beginners to learn, so anyone can make an awesome infinity scarf!
What is the best way to weave in ends on a crochet scarf?
To weave in ends on a crochet scarf, use a tapestry needle. Put the yarn tail through the needle and weave it through the stitches on the wrong side of the scarf. Go back and forth for a few inches to make it secure. Then, cut any extra yarn to make it look neat and tidy.
How do I block my finished crochet scarf for a neater appearance?
To make your crochet scarf look neater, you can block it. First, wet the scarf by gently dampening it with water. Then, lay it flat on a clean surface and shape it to the size you want. Let it dry completely on its own.
How do I add fringe to my crochet scarf?
To put fringe on your crochet scarf, cut yarn strips that are twice as long as you want them. Fold each strip in half and put the looped end through a stitch.
Pull the loose ends through the loop to keep it in place. Keep doing this along the edge of the scarf. Finally, trim the ends to make it look nice and neat.
Can I add embellishments or appliques to my crochet scarf?
Definitely! You can make your crochet scarf extra special by adding fun stuff like crocheted flowers, buttons, beads, or cute appliques. Just sew or attach them with yarn or a tapestry needle to make sure they stay in place. These cool decorations will show off your unique style and make your scarf look amazing.