Ineffable Infinity Scarf Free Crochet Pattern
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This infinity scarf pattern is as beautiful as it is simple, Its made with the repetition of a single row using a super easy double crochet stitch sequence. It works up surprisingly quick and I absolutely adore how this scarf can be lacy and super cozy all at once! I changed colors for every other round if you want stripes but this scarf would be just as beautiful in just a single color!
This scarf took me only 2 evenings to finish and I made it using MY FAVORITE Lion Brand Comfy Cotton Blend in the colors Chai Latte and Whipped Cream (get it here) Comfy Cotton Blend is by far my favorite yarn right now I just can’t escape the temptation to use it for almost every project. The colorways are just so beautiful!
But that’s enough of me fangirling over this yarn, lets get started!
- 6.5mm crochet hook
- Weight 3 or 4 yarn, I used Lion Brand Comfy Cotton Blend in the colors Chai Latte and Whipped Cream.
- Yarn needle to weave in your ends
Stitches Used and Abbreviations
- Ch – Chain
- Dc – Double Crochet
- Slst – slip stitch
- Ch sp – Chain space
- St – Stitch
- Round 1: Ch 250. Slst into the first ch, making sure the chain isn’t twisted. Ch 2 (always counts as first dc) dc 1, ch 1, dc 2 in the same ch. *Skip 4 chains, dc 2, ch 1, dc 2 in the next ch repeat from * to the end of the round.
It’ll seem weird and like it isn’t working but I promise keep going and its fine.
Slst into the first dc, slst into the second dc, and slst into the ch sp
- Round 2-15: ch 2, dc 1, ch 1, dc 2 in the first ch sp. *dc 2, ch 1, dc 2 in the next ch sp, repeat from * to the end of the round.
Slst into the first dc, slst into the second dc, slst into the first ch sp.
And its as simple as that! you can repeat round 15 as many times as you want to get the scarf as wide as you want it but I made 15 rounds total. After that you’ll cut the yarn, weave in your ends, and you’re all done!
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