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Crochet Infinity Scarf Free Pattern.

The crochet infinity scarf is a must-have accessory to learn as a crafter. Looped around the neck multiple times, the infinity scarf is warm enough to protect you from even the coldest winter chill. On the other hand, leaving it looser allows it to work as an accessory in the warmer months as well.

This crochet infinity scarf is a very simple free scarf pattern. However, it has a smart design with shell stitching that gives it a little bit of feminine flair. The free scarf pattern is easy so even a beginner could tackle this project with relative ease.

Materials and Abbreviations

Yarn

This crochet infinity scarf is designed to use two 246-yard/100-gram skeins of “Bare Swish DK Yarn” by Knitpicks. It is shown using three 123-yard 50-gram skeins of “Swish DK Yarn” by Knitpicks.

That said, any DK weight yarn will work for this project. You could also use worsted weight yarn for a finished scarf that will be a bit larger in size. If you’re making a scarf to wear in warmer months, you might try cotton yarn.

Crochet Hook

Use a size I-9 hook or whichever hook you need to achieve the correct gauge.

Crochet Abbreviations

beg = beginning
ch = chain
ch-1 sp = chain-1 space, the space created when you worked a chain stitch in the previous round.
ch-2 sp = chain-2 space, the space created when you worked 2 chain stitches in the previous round.
dc = double crochet
ea = each
hdc = half double crochet
rep = repeat
sc = single crochet
sl st = slip stitch
st = stitch

Crochet Infinity Scarf Free Pattern

Round 1: ch 1. Work 1 sc in ea ch around for a total of 228 sc. Sl st to join the work to the first sc st in the round.
Round 2: ch 3. This counts as the first dc in the round. Dc in next st, [ch 2, skip next 2 chs, work 1 dc in ea of the next 2 dc.] rep the sequence in brackets all the way around. Sl st to join the end of the round to the beg. You’ll end up with a total of 114 dc sts and 57 ch-2 spaces in the round.

Round 3: ch 1. Work sc all the way around as follows: work 1 sc in ea dc and 2 sc in ea ch-2 sp. Sl st to join the end of the round to the beg. You’ll end up with a total of 228 sc sts in the round.

Round 4: ch 3. This counts as 1 hdc plus 1 ch. Skip next st, [hdc in next st, ch 1.] Rep the sequence in brackets all the way around. Sl st to join the work to the second ch st in the round. You’ll end up with a total of 114 hdc sts and 114 ch-1 spaces in the round.
Round 5: sl st in next ch-2 sp, ch 3. This counts as 1 hdc and 1 ch. [hdc in next ch-1 sp, ch 1.] Rep the sequence in brackets all the way around. Sl st to join to the second ch st in the round.

Rounds 6 through14: Rep round 5. If you want to adjust the height of your scarf, this is the best place to do it. For a skinnier scarf, omit one or more of these rows. For a fatter scarf, rep round 5 additional times.

Round 15: sl st in next ch-2 sp. Then work sc all the way around as follows: ch 1, [sc in ch-1 sp, sc in next hdc.] Rep the sequence in brackets all the way around.
Round 16: Rep round 2.
Round 17: Rep round 3.

Edging

Crochet Shell Stitch

Begin with your crochet hook in the active loop. [Skip the next 2 sts. In the next st, work a shell as follows: dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc. Then skip the next 2 chs. Sl st in next st.] Rep the sequence in brackets all the way around. You should end up with 38 crochet shells total.

Next Round

When you are finished working the round of shell sts, work a round of surface crochet slip stitches all the way around. The first time you work this round, work the surface crochet in the spot where the last round, round 17, touches the shell stitch edging round. On the other side, work this round in the spot where round 1 touches the shell stitch edging round.

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