Crocheted Infinity Scarf & Pattern

February 26, 2013

Here is a pattern for a crochet infinity scarf that I would like to share with you that I made for the winter.  It is a pattern that I made up on my own.  The pattern is so fast and easy to crochet and can be completed in only 2 sittings.

                Start of the Infinity Scarf

       Here is what the scarf looks like laid out straight.

        Here is what the scarf would look like rolled up.

Crocheted Infinity Scarf and Pattern

Yarn: 1 Skein of Red Heart Super Saver
Color: Light Periwinkle
Crochet Hook: Susan Bates - I or 9
Half Double Crochet

To make a  half double crochet you need to :
1. Yarn over the hook (yo)
2. Insert your hook in the third chain from the hook
3. Yarn over the hook
4. Gently pull the wrapped hook through the center of the chain stitch, carrying the wrapped yarn through the stitch. You should have 3 loops on your hook
5. Yarn over the hook
6. Draw your yarn through all 3 loops on your hook

Make 115 chains and add 2 more for the turning chain.  The scarf is done in half double crochet and made until the scarf reaches 6 or 7 inches wide or however wide you like.  At the end of each row crochet 2 chains and turn to make the turn chain.  When you get to the end of the scarf take both the ends and sew them together and fasten off.

I hope you enjoy making this scarf and have fun! This would make a great scarf for yourself or for a gift.

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Thanks everyone and enjoy.



  1. So smart! I really want to make one! Thanks for linking!

  2. Great scarf. We came over from Isabelle's party.
    Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above

  3. This looks nice and warm!

  4. Hey! Thinking about making this for Christmas this year! How many skeins of yarn did you use?

  5. I love this... as soon as I get done with my scarf I'm doing for a friend I'm going to try this one for myself. Wow, it's been so long since I tried something for MYSELF! hehehe~ THANK YOU BIG TIME!!! ~hehehe~ Well off to the doctor, but please say a prayer that this white stuff stays up there until I get home. TANKS... This is sooooo cool...