With all this cold weather, I find myself reaching for my cozy crochet infinity scarf more and more. The thick yarn used in making this scarf keeps me warm on my walks to class while the comfy design makes it easy to style. I haven't gone a day this week without layering my crochet infinity scarf on top of all my layers. I love making scarves. There are so many possibilities to creating a scarf with just one pattern. Color choices are everything. I personally like neutral colors so I can wear it with everything, but a bold pop of color or pattern is always fun to create and wear. As a warm winter hug, and welcome back to school gift, from me to you, I am sharing my go-to pattern for crochet infinity scarves. They are quick and easy to make and customize. I actually made a ton of these for Christmas gifts and have plenty left over for a new listing on Etsy, so for those who aren't interested in crocheting, keep an eye out there. This pattern is worked in the round and takes about two hours to make.
Ch. 180, sl st into beg. ch. 1 to form look, be careful not to twist
Row 1: hdc into blo all the way around
Row 2-8: hdc into each st around
Keep working until you run out of yarn and sl st into next st.
Cut yarn and hide tails.
Enjoy your infinity scarf in this cold weather and stay tuned for a simple crochet beanie pattern coming soon!
If you like this pattern, check out this pattern for a crochet shower pouf!
I'm Jennifer, a 21 year-old crochet, craft, and DIY enthusiast who loves sharing her projects with the world. I hope you find inspiration in my posts. Keep checking back for new projects every week and don't forget to sign up for Beanies & Weenies newsletters!
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