Do you want to learn to crochet infinity scarf pattern? Here is an easy one-skein unique crochet scarf that is so easy that it is suitable even for beginners.
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Most importantly, you will be pleasantly surprised how easy is this crochet infinity scarf pattern. As a matter of fact, it uses only 2 basic crochet stitches:
- half double crochet.
First of all, if you are not familiar with half double crochet stitch, we have an excellent HALF DOUBLE CROCHET tutorial that will help you learn and master this easy crochet stitch.
Not only it is an easy crochet infinity scarf pattern, but it also uses only one skein of yarn. After all, it is important not to have leftovers and not to add any clutter to your craft room.
- one skein of Soft Pink Baby Bee Baby Lou Lou Yarn by Hobby Lobby
- crochet hook
I must confess: I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this yarn. In fact, it is the softest, most luxurious yarn I’ve worked with. Indeed, I believe once you try this yarn, you’d love it too.
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I’ve crocheted this infinity scarf for a girl, so pink was my obvious color of choice. But, keep in mind, that this yarn comes in a variety of designer pastel colors: white, ivory, flannel, and soft yellow.
Certainly, each of these colors could be an excellent choice for a crochet infinity scarf pattern. Featuring charming colors, this soft plush yarn is perfect for creating warm wearables for your little ones.
To summarize, with our free infinity scarf pattern, you can make an adorable piece quickly and easily!
More facts about this yarn:
- Contents: 62% Polyamide & 38% Acrylic
- Yarn Weight: 3 – Light
- Skein Weight: 3.5 Ounces
- Skein Yardage: 259 Yards
- Machine Wash, Cold;
- Tumble Dry; Low, Gentle, or Delicate;
- Do Not Iron;
- Do Not Bleach;
- Dry Clean, Any Solvent Except Trichloroethylene.
ch – chain
ch1 sp – chain one space
HDC – half double crochet
sk – skip
As with all crochet patterns, I would strongly recommend to crochet a test swatch before you start crocheting your infinity scarf. It will help you get familiar with the pattern, check your gauge, and test your crochet hook before you dive-in.
For a test swatch, chain any odd number plus four: ch 19 (15+4=17 chains). These 4 chains represent ch1 space, HDC, ch1 space. 1HDC into the 5th chain from the hook.
Ch 1, sk 1 chain, half double crochet into next chain. Continue to the end of the row. 1HDC into the last chain.
Ch3 (represents HDC and ch1 sp), turn.
1HDC into the first ch sp, ch1. Continue to the end of the row. 1HDC into the last chain space.
That’s it. Crochet your test swatch until it is 5-7 inches tall. Now you are ready to start your crochet infinity scarf pattern.
The pattern is reminiscent of moss stitch but with half double crochet stitches instead of single crochet. It will give your stitch pattern more definition and air (make it lacy).
Chain 23 + 4.
HDC into the 5th chain from the hook. Ch 1, sk 1 ch, HDC into next chain. Continue to the end of the row. 1HDC into the last chain. Ch3, turn.
1HDC into the first ch sp, ch1. Continue to the end of the row. 1HDC into the last chain space. Ch3, turn.
Row 3-last row.
Repeat row 2 until you have a yarn tail approximately 30 inches long. Pull yarn through the last crochet loop to finish the last row and secure your work.
Using a tapestry needle, connect the two ends of your infinity scarf, so it makes one endless loop. Weave in the ends.
Your infinity crochet scarf will make a perfect Christmas gift or just a gift to warm up someone special. Overall, it is an easy crochet project which makes a unique infinity crochet scarf.
Don’t forget to pin this infinity crochet scarf pattern so you can use it again and again to create soft luxurious wearables.