Classic Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern


Classic Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern

This lovely infinity scarf pattern is easy enough for beginners and exciting enough for pros. Plus, it's a delight for anyone to wear!

Classic Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern
Classic Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern

Stay warm and cozy this winter with this Classic Crochet Infinity Scarf. Made with super bulky yarn, this free crochet pattern works up quickly and easily. Infinity scarves are becoming increasingly popular as a fashion icon and are always a welcome addition to any girl's winter wardrobe.

Treat yourself to your own beautiful crochet scarf, or give it as a gift to one of your deserving friends. It is an elegant and classic crochet pattern that will keep you warm and stylish all season. There is also a video tutorial below that you can check out if you need help crocheting this scarf!

PLUS! Learn how to crochet this infinity scarf with the video tutorial on YouTube

This crochet infinity scarf pattern, because of the yarn and hook size used, takes about a skein and a half of yarn, but fret not - this stitch pattern is so simple and easy, you'll be working up row after row in no time! Work this up over the course of a weekend and you'll soon have your new favorite fall accessory.

Below, you will find a unique video, too! If you're looking to make more unique designs, then how about learn how turn any scarf into an infinity scarf? This is a great trick to know if you love making tons of different kinds of scarves. 


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

How to Turn a Scarf Into an Infinity Scarf

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It really is a classic! I have made this infinity scarf in so many colors. It's my go-to crochet pattern these days. Love it!

This is such a beautiful infinity scarf pattern! I love working with bulky yarn, it makes any pattern work up quickly. This pattern is really easy to follow, and will be really easy to remember once I start this scarf. I have a bunch of different colors of yarn that will go with this beautiful pattern.

Classic in the title will always get me attention. Having a project with that classic style means that it will never go out of style. I only have to select a neutral color to insure that it will practically go with anything that I wear. I love this infinity scarf pattern.

I have never really been a fan of having things close to my neck but these infinity scarfs have been floating around for a while. Not that I try to keep up with the Jonses but I think I will yield and make this one and if I do not like it, I can always donate it.

A classic infinity scarf. Goes with everything in your wardrobe. I especially love my chunky infinity scarves worn over a simple long sleeve tunic tee with black leggings. Perfect color, perfect weight, makes this the perfect last minute gift to...myself! This is what I call a one and done project.

This pattern is the best! It was my very first crochet project, and I've made it a few times since then to give as gifts. With such chunky yarn, it works up really quickly, and looks lovely.

Oh my word! Another seriously gorgeous infinity scarf for me for winter, lol. And if I make a second one a bit shorter than the first then I will be able to wear it as a cowl on a really chilly day! Whenever I see these gorgeous patterns I always want to make several, one in each of my favorite colors, just because they look so good.

Ive only recently started using big hooks and chunky yarns, and now Im wondering what took me so long? This simple project works up in a flash, and being an infinity scarf, can do double duty as a cowlmy new love. The author provides an instructional video as well as photos demonstrating some of the different ways to wear this project.

I am making one of these now. I need a quick gift to make my mother-in-law who is flying in next week for a short visit. She lives in the cold of Ohio and think this would be a nice gift that she can take back with her and use when she is out and about on her errands. The only thing I am changing is the color scheme to sunny Florida colors so she can think of us when she wears it.

I love working with this type of yarn. The finished product is comfortable and warm. During this time of the year, these are perfect for gifts. I made one for my mom and she loved it. I plan on making one for myself next. I like the soft acrylic bulky yarn for these types of projects.

I made this scarf with a size 15 mm hook! Simply because I couldn't find my 10 mm. I thought I would simply use the 15 mm as a kind of "dress rehearsal" for the real thing. However, the scarf made with chunky yarn and the 15 mm hook is very beautiful indeed. It has a more open, chunky-lacy look to it, if that is possible! I gave it to a dear friend from London and it has become one of her wardrobe favourites.

I like the chunkiness of this Classic Infinity Scarf. I give this a 5-star rating for the V-stitch used which, for me is the most appropriate for the color of yarn used. The V-stitch has a very beautiful effect in the finished cowl, you thought the stitch used was something complicated to do. I can't wait to make this infinity scarf which can go with any color of top. This is really so simple but elegant.

I ADORE this infinity scarf - I can't wait to make this for this upcoming winter.

I just needed to come back here and say that I've made a bunch of these as Christmas gifts this year - they're so easy and SO quick to work up!

I am in love with this scarf!! It is a really thick, warm winter scarf that I pull out for the cold Chicago winters. It was so easy to make, too!

I loved making this scarf! I made it in a mustard yellow (perfect for fall and a pop of color in winter) and I made it a little bigger than the pattern said. It's so cozy and keeps me warm in this Illinois cold!

Lots of wonderful comments on this scarf. Thank you

All I want is to print one pattern--the Classic Infinity Pattern by Jennifer Dickerson.....It keeps connecting me with other stuff I don't want.??????

Beautiful Pattern!

Will try this

Homespun isn't the yarn used here, it's Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick. You can try Lion Brand Hometown USA for an acrylic super bulky yarn, but you will be 20 yards shorter than the Wool-Ease per skein. == -patternpavement-infinity.html The pattern uses 1.5 Wool-Ease Thick and Quick. I'd grab 3 skeins of Hometown USA, and if you don't use/want the 3rd, keep your receipt. I personally like both of the yarns (thick and quick and hometown usa) but the thick and quick if it's against your neck and you have sensitivities to wool can start to be itchy after a while (at least for me).

So this yarn is not scratchy around the neck? Does anyone know any, at least in part, other wool yarn that is NOT scratchy on the neck? I have no idea about the suggested yarn. I'm just wondering about more selection of colors. Thanks, Eva

Thank you. And thanks again for the wonderful patterns. I am going to use 2 strands of #2 or #2 and #3 to get bulky yarn will know after I check the gauge.

I would like just the instrructions and not the pictures of scarf. It is hard to copy all of it.

I just highlighted the actual paragraph with instructions and printed just that. Works for me.


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