I absolute LOVE infinity scarves. Not only do they look cute, they’re super versatile too. And, more difficult to be pulled off your neck by a toddler! This cute crochet cowl 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, but I’m finding it hard to not make a whole pastel rainbow!
MATERIALS & TOOLS
Yarn: Chunky weight yarn, I used Debbie Bliss Rialto Chunky
Hook: 6.5mm or size to match chosen yarn
Pattern is written in UK terms
Will be using the ‘V’ stitch throughout
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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PIN FOR LATER
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.
Congratulations! You’re all done! Don’t forget to share your work on Facebook and Instagram using #bellacococrochet and #alaskandelightshat and tag me @bellacococrochet!
I love the versatility of this pattern, you can make this infinity scarf in any yarn. Pictured above is the infinity scarf made up in a gorgeous indie dyed yarn by Verity from Truly Hooked, please go and check out her beautiful yarns! I used Truly Hooked Aran Yarn, 100% Superwash Merino, in Bigoudi along with a 6.5mm Crochet hook.
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AlisonJune 19, 2020 at 11:55 pm
Love this scarf. Yarn you are using has been discontinued. . CAN you recommend a good substitute ?
BellaCocoTeamJune 23, 2020 at 6:40 pm
You could use any chunky weight merino wool as a substitute but this pattern would also work well with other types of yarn including acrylic
AlisonJuly 6, 2020 at 1:38 pm
Thank you. I’m fairly new to crochet and am looking forward to giving this a go.
BellaCocoTeamJuly 6, 2020 at 5:46 pm
You’re very welcome 🙂
maggigriffithsSeptember 10, 2020 at 12:34 pm
Could you please tell me how much wool is needed for the infinity scarf? Thank you
BellaCocoTeamSeptember 15, 2020 at 7:52 am
It really depends on the yarn you are using, your hook size and your tension. I used approx 2-3 balls of yarn 🙂
MollieOctober 23, 2020 at 9:27 am
There is a slight error in row 2 of this pattern! It doesn’t say to treble crochet into the top of the chain 3 🙂 x
BellaCocoTeamOctober 26, 2020 at 7:10 pm
Thank you this has now been amended 🙂