If you always wanted to learn how to crochet an infinity scarf, we have an interesting infinity scarf crochet pattern that is light and lacy. While a lacy stitch may appear complicated from a first glance, in reality, it is not.
Why do we love this infinity crochet pattern
- First of all, only 3 basic crochet stitches are being used throughout the project;
- Furthermore, this crochet pattern is truly reversible;
- Third, it is only a 2-row repeat;
- On a positive side, you can easily modify it for a wider scarf or wrap;
- In essence, it is a quick one-skein project;
- However, this lacy stitch is very pretty yet easy to learn.
Crochet stitches for an infinity scarf crochet pattern (abbreviations)
- chain – ch
- treble crochet – tr
- single crochet – sc
Materials for an infinity scarf crochet pattern
- 1 skein of Lion Brand Mandala Sparkle Yarn in Draco
- Crochet Hook H-8 (5 mm)
- Tapestry needs
For one thing, Lion Brand Mandala Sparkle yarn is beautifully colored super soft CYC 3 yarn with a touch of magic. Additionally, its color-coordinated metallic thread adds just a touch of bling to your hand-made accessories.
More FREE Crochet Scarf Patterns
With this in mind, are you looking for other patterns made with Lion Brand’s Mandala? In the same fashion, this easy infinity scarf pattern also uses one skein of Lion Brand Mandala Sparkle Yarn (in Nova):
As a matter of fact, as a beginner, check out these FREE scarf patterns to help you on your journey:
- Learn How To Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern
- Learn How to Crochet: Fast Treble Crochet Scarf
- Capri Summer Crochet Triangle Scarf – FREE CROCHET PATTERN
Making an infinity scarf
As a matter of fact, you can turn any scarf pattern into an infinity scarf. First, just crochet a scarf as you would normally do. Second, when your project reaches the desired length, just connect the ends and sew them together using a tapestry needle.
Consequently, you would have an infinity scarf.
Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern
Ch 41 for this infinity scarf pattern (you can chain multiples of 10 + 1 to make it wider or skinnier).
Ch 6 (counts as first tr and ch2). After that, 1 tr into 7th ch from the hook. *Ch 3. Skip 4 ch, sc into 5th ch. Ch 3. Skip 4 ch, 1 tr into next ch. Ch 5, 1 tr into the same stitch. * Repeat between **. Ch 3. Skip 4 ch, sc into 5th ch., tr into the last ch, ch 2, tr into the same last ch.
Ch 3. 1 tr, ch 5, 1 tr into sc (of the previous row). Ch 3. *1 sc into the middle of ch 5. Ch 3, 1 tr, ch5, 1 tr into sc (of the previous row).* Likewise, repeat * *to the end of the row. Ch 3, sc on top of 4th ch (of the first ch 6 of the previous row).
As an illustration, we have a step-by-step tutorial for this crochet stitch.
Ch 6 (counts as first tr and ch2). After that, 1 tr into the 1st ch of this ch 6. (Consequently, this represents 1 tr, ch2, 1 tr.)
Ch 3, 1 sc on top of ch 5 (between 2 tr of the previous row).
* Ch 3; tr, ch5, tr into sc.
Ch 3, 1 sc on top of ch 5 (between 2 tr of the previous row). *
Repeat ** three times. Lastly, ch 3, tr, ch2, tr into the last ch of the previous row.
Ch 3. 1 tr, ch 5, 1 tr into sc (of the previous row).
Ch 3. *1 sc into the middle of ch 5.
Ch 3, 1 tr, ch5, 1 tr into sc (of the previous row).* Likewise, repeat * *to the end of the row. Ch 3, sc on top of 4th ch (of the first ch 6 of the previous row).
Repeat rows 3 and 4 until you have just enough yarn to sew the ends of your infinity scarf together. Finish off, sew both ends together making sure your scarf is not twisted and weave of the tail ends.