Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf


Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf

Artfully Simple Scarf
Artfully Simple Scarf

Use your imagination with this free crochet pattern. This Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf can be made with any size hook and yarn of your choice. All you need is one skein of your favorite yarn, and you're all set. The cute button embellishment is optional and easy to attach once you're finished crocheting directions are included. This crocheted scarf will measure between 50 and 60 inches when complete.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

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You can also find this crochet design in Christmas Gifts for Her: Crochet Gifts for Mom.

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I have some really pretty mohair yarn and some other highly textured yarn that I picked up at a clearance sale that I have been waiting to use for a special project. I think this is perfect and cant wait to see what it turns out like. Thanks for sharing this pattern!

I cannot even begin to count all the scarves I've made with this pattern. Forgiving and quick, it made up in many, many different yarns. I used Unforgettable in Dragonfly and a silk/merino from Malabrigo. I used a metallic yarn and wool yarn. I used worsted weight, bulky, sport and DK. They ALL looked terrific when done. In addition, I figured out the beginning stitch count and made scarves larger and smaller. I have had soooo much fun with this pattern! And everyone I have gifted with a scarf loves them. One of the things I love the best about this scarf is the wrapper provided by the designer. This is one pattern I will keep forever and ever!

This is about as forgiving a project as you can get. It doesnt matter if your initial chain gets a little twisted, or you miss a stitch or two, even a few rows back, you just keep going. Thats the nice thing about a MooglyBlog projectthey are wonderful for just about anyone. And dont forget to check out the printable gift label for this scarf. Very clever using the button tie to close up the label as well.

This is one of my favorite infinity scarf patterns because it is easy to make and it uses one of my favorite yarns. I also love that it can be worn so many different ways. And Unforgettable has a bunch of colors , so you could make one to go with any outfit. There are also many similar yarns that could too.

Oooh, is this not so gorgeous?? I love the chunky, fullness of it that all adds to that wonderful feeling of warmth and coziness. Having just made a small sample, to check the pattern and also to try out a yarn I have, I can happily report that the pattern really is Easy so I am all set to get started. I am using a plain color because that is what I had but if it turns out beautiful I will make another in a similar yarn to what is shown.

The artfully simple infinity scarf sounds as simple as its name. It can be made with any yarn you want and any hook size you prefer. Cant get any easier than that. I love the added button embellishment. There is an endless amount of ways to wear this scarf. It reminds me a little of dreadlocks too.

I can't wait to try this amazing pattern! This Artfully Simple Infinity scarf looks so easy but intricate at the same time, I think this would look great at any time of the year since you could use different weights of yarn to get different thicknesses to your scarf! This would look great with a variegated yarn too!

This Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf reminds me of those beautiful hair braids you see in African women. I'm in awe how these women painstakingly part the hair sometimes into fine braid sticking to their head. This scarf reminds me of those finely parted braids, so intricate and unique.

From the comments below, this seems like a great scarf to make and share! The pattern is simple enough to follow and completing a scarf that uses one skein of yarn should not take much time. I think it might just take me some time to attach the button tie embellishment that gives this scarf such an elegant look.

I saw this pattern yesterday and remembered I had one skein of yarn that was perfect for this project! It took me about 3 hours from start to finish. My sister's birthday is in a few weeks and now I have a great gift to give her.

I am working on my 10th version of this scarf. I really like and so does everone who sees it. I made 4 before I got to keep one for myself! Xmas gift giving was never easier. I have varied the length, the type of yarn, the width, used up to 4 colors instead of just the varigated one. I'm also starting to vary what I use instead of the button. Almost forgot, teens love these in their school colors! I am having a blast, thanks for the wonderful pattern!

I love the idea of using the school colors variegated yarn for this scarf. My niece just started college and I can easily make one up for her.

Made several in various yarns for Christmas and birthday gifts and a couple for myself. All have loved them. So easy and quick to make.

I Love this pattern so much that I am on my 3rd scarf!! LOVE it!! Super easy, even when you have to run around chasing after a toddler!!

Love it and the directions are very clear. Will be making this one soon.

Really fun to make, and turns out great. I will be making more for gifts this Xmass

I made this last year and totally LOVE it! I get so many compliments when I wear it! I picked out a really cool, smooth, large stone type button (kind of like a granite/tile). It looks really great with the color yarn I used...can't remember the name of the color, but there are lavenders, greys, and silver like, shiny wide ribbon/thread material sooo beautiful! I wear it as shown in the picture; sometimes with the button tie, sometimes without. I also just let it drape down and pull the two sides together, adding the button about chest level; also draping without the button just thrown over my head! Wonderfully easy pattern to follow!

I just finished this scarf and I love it. You explained it very well so it was very easy to make. I used a Cotton/? blend in burnt orange. I can't wait to wear it on a Texas Longhorn game day. Thanks again.

BEAUTIFUL and interesting. Cant wait to get started.

Me too! Im just waiting for the arrival of the elusive Unforgettable yarn...its in the mail more than likely delayed by SNOW!

I think this is unusual?.......well done I will certainly have a go at doing it

the directions call for "four" of the yarn,Does this mean four oz, or 4 skeins??

I believe the (4) means the weight of the yarn. Worsted weight yarn is a 4 the way yarns are rated.

I can't find Red Heart Unforgettable yarn anywhere...any other suggestions for a similar look?

I have a couple of colors left. Otherwise, choose a yarn with nice long color runs.

I did a Google search and found a seller on Etsy (CrochetGal). I brought her stash but she is expecting more. Its sold out every where else.

I want to make this scarf, is there a video on how to make? Im not good with reading patterns. thanks

Can't see how it's made.

Try this link:


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