Crochet Pink Ballerina Infinity Scarf Pattern
Hello everyone, this week I am bringing to you a tutorial on how to crochet The Pink Ballerina Infinity Scarf Pattern. This is a great project for beginners. Crocheted with beautiful Caron Baby Cake, it is a very feminine accessory. This pretty and easy crochet scarf matches The Pink Ballerina Headband I released a few weeks ago. I love matching accessories, as they are such a great Christmas gift idea!
The video tutorial for this project can be found here:
Crochet Pink Ballerina Infinity Scarf Pattern: the inspiration
I have wanted to crochet an infinity scarf for a while now. To be honest, I have so many crochet ideas and inspiration for tutorials I need to prioritize certain projects over others. Also, scarves are an Autumn Winter accessory, and this is the first scarf or cowl I have released this new season. Watch this space as I am about to release a new man scarf project very soon, and I am very excited about this too.
Scarves are a perfect Christmas gift idea. They are easy and fast to make, and can be personalized to suit the recipient. Also, they are so useful in the chilly months! I love having a few different scarves or cowls to choose from, depending on my mood or the weather.
I had planned for the Pink Ballerina headband (linked above) to be part of a matching set. And here is the matching infinity scarf! I love how dainty and feminine this crochet set looks. It is perfect for any girl, and the colors can be switched to suit every personality.
I used the traditional V stitch for this project. Indeed, I wanted to create a certain drape for this infinity scarf that a more “airy” stitch could give. Because this infinity scarf will be draped twice around the neck for extra warmth, a more airy stitch is perfect. I hope you enjoy this crochet project as much as I did! Let me know if you crochet it for yourself or a loved one.
Crochet Pink Ballerina Infinity Scarf Pattern: the yarn
I used Caron Baby Cake (2 skeins) in shade Dreamy Peach for this project. This yarn is very soft and squishy, and is perfect for an accessory such as a hat or scarf because it so soft. It comes in a variety of pastel shades to choose from. I used a little less than a skein and a half for this infinity scarf, so you can definitely crochet the matching headband with both skeins.
This yarn is so perfect, and I do love creating projects with it. It is a medium/Aran sized yarn, which is perfect for quick and easy projects. I crocheted The Louis Baby Blanket and The Vintage Baby Blanket with this yarn. It is perfect for baby items, as well as pretty accessories.
Have you ever used this yarn? Let me know in the comments what you crocheted with it! I love to know what your interests are, and what you love to crochet.
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Crochet Pink Ballerina Infinity Scarf Pattern: the pattern
You can purchase the ad free, large print, PDF pattern from my Etsy store here: Crochet The Pink Ballerina Infinity Scarf PDF Pattern
4” (10 cm)= 6 V stitch repeat pattern
4” (10 cm)= 5 rows
Size of finished scarf (before sewing)
7.5” (19 cm) wide and 54” (137cm) in length
I will be using US terms (British terms in brackets)
You will need
2 skeins of Caron Baby Cake in shade Dreamy Peach (or any other Aran/Medium 4 yarn of your preference)
A 6 mm crochet hook
Pair of scissors
Sl st: slip stitch
DC: Double crochet (UK Treble Crochet)
EOR: End of row
To start, make a slip knot. Ch 24
Row 1: Place 2 DC into 4th ch from hook, [sk 1 ch, place 2 DC in next ch] until last 2 ch; sk 1 ch, 1 DC into last ch.
Row 2: Ch 3 (=DC), turn your work. Place 2 DC (=V stitch) into next V stitch from previous row until eor, finishing row by placing a DC into the ch 3 from previous row.
Row 3-24: Repeat row 2.
Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.
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.