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Light & Chunky Infinity Scarf Pattern

Updated on November 28, 2013

How to crochet a simple infinity scarf?

Infinity Scarfs are definitely in style during the fall and winter seasons. With this pattern you don't have to worry about finding the perfect scarf, you can make one yourself. This lens offers a quick and easy way to crochet your own Light & Chunky Infinity Scarf!

Please send your finished Scarves to DorkablyDesigned@gmail.com. I'd love to see them, or even showcase them on my blog!

Start of the scarf
Start of the scarf

Basic Infomation

Materials:

One Color Yarn, not chunky.

Size P hook

Yarn Needle (optional)

Size: varies

Difficulty: Easy

Gauge: This is not necessary for this pattern.

Yarn: Use average, non-chunky, worsted yarn.

Skills, Stitches & Abbreviations:

Make sure you understand how to do the following skills:

ch =Chain

ch1 = Chain 1

sc = Single Crochet

sc50 = Single Crochet 50

Sl= Slip Stitch

Hdc= half double crochet

YO = Yarn Over

Turning

Minimal Sewing Skills

Learn to HDC - This video will teach you how to do the Half Double Crochet stitch.

This is a great video if you don't know how to hdc yet. its very easy!

Pattern Notes:

Little tips for success

1.Remember crochet is all about creativity. Don't be afraid to make this pattern yours.

2. It will be helpful to read over the entire pattern before beginning.

3.To bind off simply pull the remaining yarn through the existing loop.

5.Measurements: Make sure the scarf is the appropriate size for your body shape by placing the chain around your neck. The resulting scarf will be a little bigger than this size.

6.Tension: to ensure chunky and light feel to this scarf loose tension is needed. Just relax

Steps:

Making the Light & Chunky Infinity Scarf

Step 1: Approximately Chain 68 using both using Color A. (Please check that this measurement is appropriate for your body shape and size.)

Row 1: Using only Color A hdc in 3rd ch from hook. Hdc to the end of the row. Ch2. Turn.

Row 2-19: Using Color A, hdc to the end of the row. Ch.2 turn.

Row 20: Using Color A, hdc to the end of the row. Ch1. Bind off

A finished product
A finished product

Finishing the Job:

Sew that puppy together

1. Keep a reasonable amount of yarn to finish.

2. Align sides of crochet piece, like picture to right.

3. Sew together one side! (left or right)

4. Do not sew top and bottom.

5. Make it yours, add tassels or buttons!

6. Wear your crochet with pride

You've completed the Light and Chunky Infinity Scarf!

Congratulations!

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Contact us!

This is a Product Design by:

Mercedes Swan

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This pattern can be used for commercial purposes only if purchased from Etsy. All I ask is that you please reference your sales to my Etsy shop or website. This pattern may not be distributed or copied without my permission. For more information please contact DorkablyDesigned@gmail.com

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      DorkablyDesigned 3 years ago

      @ItayaLightbourne: Thank you so much! I've just started writing my own patterns, so it means a lot. Thank you! I did enjoy looking at your scarf lens.

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      Itaya Lightbourne 3 years ago from Topeka, KS

      Very lovely pattern! I love the chunky infinity scarves! :)