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Crochet Infinity Scarf Video Tutorial

Thank you so much for sharing!

Hey Everyone!  I am so excited to share this beginner friendly, easy crochet infinity scarf.  You can double or triple wrap the scarf and adjust the size if you’d like it smaller or want to make it for a child.  I use my favorite half double crochet stitch! AKA hdc in the U.S. or htr in the U.K. Find the instructions below and full video tutorial, happy stitching!

How to Crochet an Infinity Scarf – Beginner Friendly

crochet infinity scarf tutorial

If you love beginner friendly crochet, check out these posts: How to Crochet a Messy Bun Beanie and Easy Baby Blanket Crochet Tutorial!




Materials

-3 Skeins Bulky Yarn (I used Hometown USA Super Bulky in Aspen Tweed by Lion Brand)

-P or 11.5mm hook

 

WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS:

hdc= yarn over, insert hook, yarn over, pull through, yarn over, pull through all 3 loops on hook

hdc=htr in UK terms

Slip knot, chain 70 or about 70 inches. (this can be adjusted if you want a smaller size)
Connect long chain into a circle using a slip stitch (be careful not to twist it)
hdc in the next stitch over and in each stitch all the way around
Continue around until desired size reach (Mine was 8 rows).
Finish off and weave in ends




Quick Video on my facebook page to help you avoid the twist that can happen.

Video Tutorial

 

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Deborah hanks-Shillinsg

Friday 6th of March 2015

Question: Can you make this scarf using a non-bulky yarn? I know that it would look different BUT technically would the directions stay the same? Say using a yarn that suggests a 5.5 mm crochet hook? Thank you for your time and attention.

wilderness

Tuesday 18th of October 2016

I love ur crocheting projects and I love ur crocheting channel! I love crocheting!

Gina

Monday 19th of January 2015

I've made several of these and everyone loves them!! Thanks so much!!

DEbi

Wednesday 7th of January 2015

I was wondering if you've tried the foundation hdc row as your first row. Instead of making a huge long row of chains, you make the hdc and chain all at once. When you reach the length that you want, your first row is done and it is very easy to join into the circle. I've been making dc infinity scarves and when I learned this way to begin, it made life so much easier and so much faster. When you weave the ends in, using a needle, go forward through 3 or 4 stitches, go back under the stitches you've just done, skipping the last one, then again skipping the last one, go back under the stitches. This really locks the stitching in and you don't have to use a knot, although I do both. Thanks for the great tutorials and videos.

Carly

Tuesday 6th of January 2015

Love this scarf. Did your scarf stretch when you were crocheting? I measured 70 inches in my chain which was 140 chains, but it is longer now that I have a few rows made.

Berissa

Friday 20th of November 2015

Thank you for this comment! Being a beginnger. I did not know how many chains equaled out to 70 inches!

Alexandria

Tuesday 30th of December 2014

Can you give some yarn suggestions for a very very soft , drappey bulky yarn for your infinity scarf? I would like the finished product to look soft and drippy. Thanks. Love your tutorial on your infinity scarf.

Mela

Friday 25th of December 2015

I usex three skeins ofCaron Simply Soft held together. Hook size was A as I crochet tightly, got a Beautiful drapey scarf

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