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Aspen Infinity Scarf

By: Maria Weaber from
Aspen Infinity Scarf
Aspen Infinity Scarf

The Aspen Scarf is made with Heartland yarn from Lion Brand, which is a very soft 100% acrylic worsted weight yarn. The color gives a very nice sheen and an elegant look to the scarf. It is made by crocheting in rows then sewing the shorter edges together to create a large loop to wrap around your neck twice for an infinity scarf. There is lots of texture on this scarf using just the front post double crochet stitch.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge4"x4" = 12 st x 7 rows in double crochet

Materials List

  • 2 skeins Lion Brand Heartland yarn
  • J/6.00mm hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
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I love this Aspen Infinity Scarf! The Heartland yarns from Lion Brand are so soft and nice to work with. The front post double crochet stitch make a great looking fabric. I can't wait to make this simple scarf, I have never had to block a scarf before, but what the heck if it needs it do it. Right? But she said you can add a few extra rows to make the rolling not so obvious. So that would make the scarf wider which I think will work for me. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet scarf pattern.

This is an elegantly classic scarf so Im very glad the designer included a series of suggestions about the problems with this project. It is only 9 rows worked horizontally, so you would need to loop the scarf a few times to get the bulk. The hook size is fine, but adding a few more rows (increase from 9 to 13 maybe?) would help solve the skinny scarf look.

This is a beautiful infinity scarf. The front post and back post stitches in crochet look difficult, but they really arent. Once you practice a few times and get the hang of it, they will work just like any other stitch that you do. Great neutral color choice for this project.

This is the kind of simple and versatile scarf that any girl needs in her closet. I'd make one in a fun color too to help beat the winter blues!

Oh I don't know, I think it the Aspen inifinity scarf looks great as is! It does not need additional rows to create more width- but you could totally do that if you wanted to. She forgot to mention that you would need, of course, and additional skein of yarn for this. What is the recommended way of stitching the ends to join them together? Rather, what is the technique YOU use? I always just wing it, never have a specific way of doing it. I'd like to sharpen my skills!


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