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Easy How to Crochet Infinity Scarf

Weve Tried It Infinity ScarfEasy Infinity Scarf Pattern

Easy How to Crochet Infinity Scarf: I will admit that I am challenged at times when it comes to DIY projects. When my daughter asked me to make her an infinity scarf I searched out the easiest pattern I could find.

Some patterns I checked out were misleading (their idea of easy and mine differ.) One that I found was how to make an infinity scarf in 30 minutes with your hands. It took me twenty minutes just to figure out step 1. Moving on…

This YouTube video ‘Easy Crochet Infinity Scarf’ was just what I was looking for. In the video she said that it would take one to two hours to make. I finished my first one right at the 2 hour mark. The second scarf I made went way faster.

Infinity Scarf Yarn

I used a P hook 11.5 mm and 142 gram yarn. Bulky yarn works best. It took 3 skeins of yarn to make one scarf. Check out the video.

If you decide to make an infinity scarf using this pattern we want to know how it went for you. Be sure to come back and let us know or post a picture on our Facebook page.

55 Comments Published

written on 20 October 2014 - Reply

I am going to make one this evening. I don’t have the bulky but I’m going to try something and post here when done! Thanks!

written on 21 October 2014 - Reply

thank you that looks so easy I am a beginner, i am going to try this……

written on 23 October 2014 - Reply

Hello,
So you didn’t slip stitch from row to row? You just keep going in a circle? I like the looks of it when you tripled it around your neck. Thanks!

written on 25 October 2014 - Reply

Thank you very much for the great tutorial, I haven’t crocheted in many years but I was able to follow your instructions and finished the scarf in one sitting.

written on 26 October 2014 - Reply

Thank you so much for your wonderful tutorial on this scarf! I am dine with my first one and going to start a second one. These will make wonderful Christmas gifts.

written on 26 October 2014 - Reply

Tried it…used size 6 chunky and it took a little longer than I thought. I love it keeps you quite warm!

written on 27 October 2014 - Reply

This is the video I’ve been looking for ALL my life :)
I’ve been wanting to make a few of these as Christmas gifts and was a bit nervous about it but after watching your video, I am so pumped and ready to start . I’ll be buying my yarn and needle tomorrow , can’t wait to see how my scarfs will turn out :)

Thanks for sharing this awesome video !!!!!

written on 30 October 2014 - Reply

Will have to give this a try..
Really looks great…

written on 31 October 2014 - Reply

I’m going to try and make this tonight!

written on 3 November 2014 - Reply

I used P crochet hook and didn’t use bulky crochet hook, looks good so far :)

written on 5 November 2014 - Reply

I love this pattern. All the other patterns I saw said to slip stitch the rows together after you completed a row. As a beginner, seriously started learning to crochet a week ago, those patterns weren’t turning out so well. This one was perfect! Already have a couple made for gifts.

written on 6 November 2014 - Reply

Thank you! This is super easy to follow and very clear! I usually struggle with following videos but this was awesome! I am so excited to get my done!

written on 8 November 2014 - Reply

I cannot get the video to play.

written on 8 November 2014 - Reply

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written on 9 November 2014 - Reply

Would a size 8 or L hook work?

written on 9 November 2014 - Reply

I say use what ever hook you want! Try it out, if you don’t like the size of the stitch just switch it up. Have fun!

written on 11 November 2014 - Reply

Used the size P needle and needed 3 1/2 skeins to make 7 rows. Love this pattern, so easy and I love the way you had us join the rows, I usually slip stitch it , but this looks so much more natural.

written on 16 November 2014 - Reply

Is there a written pattern that I can print somewhere? I would love to make this.

written on 16 November 2014 - Reply

I don’t. I only use videos to crochet – I haven’t tried reading patterns yet.

written on 16 November 2014 - Reply

Ok thanks for responding so quickly. I will be making this for Christmas gifts.

written on 16 November 2014 - Reply

Same here. Just got back from Michaels and bought 18 skeins of yarn. Be sure to post a photo of your project on our Facebook page.

written on 16 November 2014 -

I will. I sent my daughter to Joanns with a coupon of course (I’m also a couponer) today to buy me some also. Thank you.

written on 22 November 2014 - Reply

I made this using worsted weight yarn (cheap stuff from Walmart) and a size J hook. It took the full skeen of yarn, but turned out beautifully. I dont think a true pattern is needed for this…just make it however long you want it to be using whatever yarn and an appropriate sized hook and have fun with it. Great idea. Thanks for posting the video.

written on 3 December 2014 - Reply

Looks great. I know you made it 72 inches long, but could you tell me about how wide it is in inches. Just wondering in case I want to change yarn weight.
Thanks,
KC

written on 28 December 2014 - Reply

Finally made it! Took much longer than 2 hours…closer to 6 for me. That said this was my first ever crotchet project. I didnt do half bad! My ending was a bit rough but no one will ever be that close to see :)

written on 3 January 2015 - Reply

I can’t get the tutorial to work. How do you join the rows?

written on 5 January 2015 - Reply

Do you mean the video doesn’t work for you?

written on 6 January 2015 - Reply

Thanks for this fun and easy pattern. I first made one for my daughter and one for my granddaughter for Christmas using homespun super bulky and the P hook. Turned out great and oh so soft. I have found that one skein makes a scarf when using the homespun super bulky.

written on 11 January 2015 - Reply

Super Easy Love it thanks for sharing!

written on 18 January 2015 - Reply

Thank you for the very easy pattern for this infinity scarf, your tutorial was so super easy to follow. I have made at least 10 or more(I don’t know how many) infinity scarfs in varying yarns, from a 4 light weight to a 6 super bulky, multi- colors, solid colors and they all look beautiful and different even though the pattern is the same. They all are gone as gifts. I have gotten more requests, so I better get a move on. Thank you very much.

written on 18 January 2015 - Reply

Thank you for such an easy to understand video. Going to start my scarf for my granddaughter right after dinner.

written on 6 February 2015 - Reply

You mentioned that you used 3 skeins. How do you add the next skein on? Just tie a knot? I didn’t see that in the video. I bought all the materials. I’ve never crochet before.
Thanks!

written on 7 February 2015 - Reply

Yes, I just tie it on and use my needle to hide the treads when I am done with my project. Have fun!

written on 9 February 2015 - Reply

I love the easy pattern I am starting a scarf now

written on 26 February 2015 - Reply

thanks so much for the video…you did it in nice and easy steps. I very much enjoyed it and it all worked well except I seem to have a recurring problem; I have a hard time in making sure I link the chain together properly and do the first row in such a manner that the scarf won’t twist – I have done two now and both have resulted in twisted scarfs. Is there a trick of some sort to checking this out as I do it?

written on 13 March 2015 - Reply

What is the measurement of the rows when done? I have 4 3/4″ with 4 rows of super bulky and wondered how many more rows I need. Thank you for this wonderful easy pattern!

written on 25 March 2015 - Reply

Did you sew the scarf together or just leave it long to wrap around your neck different ways

written on 26 March 2015 - Reply

I crocheted the end together.

written on 6 April 2015 - Reply

If I can make this scarf then anyone can. I am going to make it soon. I’ll keep you posted. I’ve only just learnt how to single crochet and double crochet so wish me luck. I’ve never made anything. lol

written on 10 May 2015 - Reply

When I knit the first row it is curling around and not in a flat straight line.. Is this bad and how do I stop it?

written on 15 August 2015 - Reply

i do not see written instructions for this crocheted infinity scarf…

written on 14 September 2015 - Reply

how many chain stitches were done for the foundation?

written on 1 November 2015 - Reply

If I am making a size 6 bulky yarn and a Q needle do I need to make more links, have you made one with this size needle? Thank you

written on 15 November 2015 - Reply

I am so excited to try this! I have yarn and a P hook…. going to get started right now. Can’t wait to see how it turns out!

written on 19 November 2015 - Reply

Where the heck is the Pattern? It looks easy, but I need the Pattern!

written on 20 November 2015 - Reply

I don’t have a pattern I learned from YouTube.

written on 29 November 2015 - Reply

I’m on my third scarf. I love them but the finished scarf has a twist in it, not a perfect circle. What am I doing wrong?

written on 7 December 2015 - Reply

Do you think this scarf would look good if I add fringe to ir? Haven’t made it yet.

written on 9 December 2015 - Reply

where could I get a copy of directions how to make that scarf Thank

written on 16 December 2015 - Reply

The video did not work for me

written on 19 December 2015 - Reply

I have yarn that’s 4 ply on the pattern how big should I make it 200

written on 24 December 2015 - Reply

Thank you so much for this tutorial! I taught myself to crochet a few weeks ago with YouTube videos but yours was the best! It was exactly what I had been looking for… Fast, easy and came out great! First scarf-wrapped around 3x took 3hrs, 2nd scarf wrapped twice and took 2 hrs!

written on 21 December 2016 - Reply

Thank you for the wonderful video. I was wondering how this would look like if you just did a once around instead of loop 3 times around the neck. Do you think I can still use the pattern and may be do 33 – 34 loops to begin with (roughly coming to 24″)? I’m planning to make a bulk of these as Holiday gifts to friends and family. So I would like to do them with lesser work.

Best,
DP

written on 27 January 2017 - Reply

Do you have a written pattern?

written on 27 January 2017 - Reply

I do not. I learned from watching YouTube videos.

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