Aqua Shells Infinity Scarf

Aqua Shells Infinity Scarf


Aqua Shells Infinity Scarf
Aqua Shells Infinity Scarf
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Brilliant aqua coloring and a crochet shell pattern go together like...well, this scarf and you! The Aqua Shells Infinity Scarf is a great free crochet pattern that will bring some fabulous color to your wardrobe. The crochet infinity scarf is the perfect size so that whether you loop it once or twice, the length will fall just right instead of being that awkward in-between. With only single and double stitches, it is such an easy project that will still produce an intricate design in the end. Bright, warm, and exciting—it's the ideal crochet scarf pattern.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size52 inches long

Materials List

  • Worsted Weight Yarn
  • Size I/9– 5.50MM Hook 
  • Yarn needle

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Where is the pattern? Half a dozen click stop later, Im still just finding watercolor paintings!

Hi GracieDea! We are so sorry you ran into that problem. It appears the blogger changed the URL of her site. I have updated the project with the correct link so it should lead you to the pattern now. Hope you enjoy!

Wow! The shell stitch is very attractive and even though I haven't done it before it must be fairly simple because the pattern is designated as an "easy" one. Right? That way I get to add a stitch to my repertoire and an infinity scarf in the bargain too!!! Soooo many possibilities with this scarf! All those colors and several different ways to wear it...looped once or looped twice or looped twice with it over your head like a shawl. Choices ... choices ... wonderful choices!!!

What a beautiful infinity scarf. I love the teal yarn that the designer selected to use. Sad to say, I was really disappointed when I clicked to view the pattern. The link is being directed to a page that does not have the pattern. However, after a few additional clicks, I was able to find the pattern.

The first post for this aqua shells infinity scarf was made in 2016. This pattern has been around for a while and I know why. It is a timeless piece and depending on the color you select, it can be a statement piece for every season of the year.

My favorite way to wear the infinity scarf is to double it up around the neck. It looks lovely on her! It's narrow. You cannot make a good infinity scarf with a pattern that is wide. It won't lay right. Always remember, narrow is better. The shell stitch is easy enough for an advanced beginner, too!

It is a lovely scarf. I'm new to this blog and I love it! I was searching for crochet infinity scarves online and this pattern came up. I started it yesterday and I'm about halfway there. I'm trying to branch out more as far as patterns go and I love this shell style. Thank you so much!

I'm not really into aqua, or the color of the sea but come to think of it, this Aqua Shells Infinity Scarf will stand out when worn with a contrasting blouse or dress, a color that you did not imagine it would look good with aqua. I imagine maroon, violet, ochre. I think it would give this scarf a fashion statement of its own.

Love the bright teal color of this scarf, it would be perfect for any season and I agree with other crocheters it would look great with a simple solid colored top to let the scarf shine on its own! Also love that it's a little longer so you could wear it looped once or twice around your neck for a whole new look!

This is a beautiful color. I would wear it with a really simple top to let the scarf be the statement piece and make it stand out!


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