Crochet Easy Infinity Scarf Free Pattern
Hi everyone, this week I am bringing to you a crochet easy infinity scarf (free pattern). This crochet project is perfect for beginners. Crocheted following a simple Half Double Crochet pattern, this infinity scarf is both lightweight and feminine.
The video tutorial can be found here:
Crochet Easy Infinity Scarf Free Pattern: The Design
This design is very feminine and delicate. Formed from a simple Half Double Crochet and chain space design, this infinity scarf is very beautiful. I love crochet scarves so much. Indeed, I released a Wednesday inspired snood, which is also an infinity scarf. Infinity scarves are very popular at the moment. I also created this delicate snood that wraps around your The Mint Heart Sweater like a warm hug.
Let me know if you love crochet snoods and infinity scarves as I do. I love scarves too, and I particularly like soft and feminine ones such as the Jade Pool Scarf.
This new crochet design came to me as I was trying to create a more lightweight “airy” scarf. Indeed, I love scarves, but I prefer the lightweight and delicate ones. After having a look online on Pinterest and Instagram for inspiration, I decided to go with a filet crochet stitch featuring Half Double Crochets. I hope you like this design!
Crochet Easy Infinity Scarf Free Pattern: The Yarn
For this project I used Sirdar Number 1 DK in shade 206. This lightweight yarn is so beautiful and soft, it was perfect for this project. The light pink color is very lovely too. It was very easy to crochet with this yarn, and I really enjoyed it!
I love Sirdar’s Number 1 collection, be it there DK/light 3 collection, as well as their Aran and chunky weight yarns too. These yarns are so pretty and come in a lot of different shades. Indeed, this pink pocket shawl I crocheted a while back features Sirdar Number 1 yarn in a stonewashed Aran color. It is so pretty and I love it so much! The Sweet Lilac Edwardian Shawl is made using Sirdar Number 1 yarn, which creates a finer, more delicate design.
This yarn is made from 50% acrylic and 50% nylon, which creates a very soft effect. I love this yarn so much! Let me know if you enjoy it as much as me.
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Crochet Easy Infinity Scarf: The Pattern
You can purchase the ad free, large print, PDF pattern for this project here: Crochet Romantic Openwork Scarf PDF Pattern
4” (10 cm)= 22 stitches
4” (10 cm)= 8 rows
Size of scarf (after the border has been added and before sewing)
7” (18 cm) wide and 56” (143,5 cm) in length
I will be using US terms (British terms in brackets)
The video tutorial can be found here:
You will need
2 skeins each of Sirdar Number 1 Double Knitting (this can be substituted for any DK/light 3 yarn of your choice)
A 5 mm crochet hook
A pair of scissors
A tapestry needle
Sl st: slip stitch
SC: Single Crochet (UK Double Crochet)
HDC: Half Double crochet (UK Half Treble Crochet)
EOR: End of row/ end of round
To start, make a slip knot.
Row 1: Place a HDC into 5th ch from hook, [ch 1, sk 1 ch, HDC into next st] until eor.
Row 2: Ch 2 (=HDC), turn your work. [Ch 1, sk 1 st, HDC into next st] until eor.
Row 3-130: Repeat row 2.
Do not fasten off.
Round 1: Ch 1 (=SC), place a SC into each stitch across until you reach first corner. Once you reach the first corner, turn your work so as to work your SC evenly across the first length of the scarf. This is the “wrong” side of the stitches, so just make sure you place SCs evenly across this length.
Carry on placing SCs all along the 4 sides of this scarf until you reach the first ch 1.
Sl st to close of round off round.
Round 2: Ch 1 (=SC), place a SC into next SC from previous round until eor. Sl st to 1st ch to close off round.
Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing in your project.
Sew in your infinity scarf
Place your project on a flat surface, and fold in half so that both ends of the scarf are touching. Once both ends of the project are symmetrically placed one on top of the other, place your tapestry needle onto your loose end. Now sew your project together using the mattress seam.
Once this is done, fasten off, and tidy up all loose ends.