Are you looking for an easy crochet scarf to crochet? If so, then this pattern is it!
This infinity scarf crochet pattern is simple to crochet and a great beginner-friendly crochet pattern to try!
The Red Heart Yarn You’ll Want to Use for This Infinity Scarf!
I used a couple of different colors of Red Heart Soft to make this scarf which is an amazingly soft yarn! So try it if you haven’t yet!
You could use any worsted weight to make this scarf but I do highly recommend the Red Heart Soft for maximum coziness!
Easy Crochet Infinity Scarf That Is Fun to Work Up
This scarf is designed to be an infinity scarf, but if you don’t want it to be an infinity scarf just simply leave the ends open kind of like I did for the fall crochet scarf I designed earlier!
If you are feeling daring I would even suggest using this pattern to create a crochet infinity scarf with chunky yarn! It would be so cozy!
Ready to Get Started on Your New Scarf?
Pick up your crochet hook, some yarn and let’s get started on this simple pattern. I can promise that this will be an easy crochet infinity scarf to work up.
If you are beginner to crochet don’t worry, you can definitely do this one!
Easy Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern
Skill Level: Easy
- Worsted weight yarn (4) 4 different colors, < 1 skein of each color.
- I used Red Heart Soft Yarn in deep sea, grape, off-white and Lion Brand Heartland Yarn, in Sequoia.
- Crochet hook size J 6.00 mm Crochet Hooks on Amazon
- Yarn needle
- Gauge is 6 stitches for every 2 inches
- Knowledge of how to change colors in crochet will be needed for this project and a tutorial can be found here.. How to Change Colors in Crochet Tutorial
- Knowledge of how to crochet in the back loop will be needed for this project and a tutorial can be found here. How to Crochet in the Back Loop
- Written in standard US terms
To start: chain 25 with Sequoia (brown)
Row 1: In the second chain from hook half double crochet (hdc), hdc in remaining chains across. chain 1, turn (24 hdc)
Row 2: hdc in 2nd chain from the hook in the back loop, hdc in the back loops in every stitch across, chain 1, turn (24 hdc)
Row 3 & 4: repeat row 2
Row 5: change color (refer to the tutorial linked to above if help is needed with this) to deep sea and repeat row 2.
Row 6-12: repeat row 2
Row 13 change color to grape and repeat row 2
Row 14-20 repeat row 2
Row 21: change color to off white and repeat row 2
Row 22-73: repeat row 2
Row 74: change color to grape, repeat row 2.
Row 75-81 repeat row 2
Row 82: change color to deep sea, repeat row 2.
Row 83-89: repeat row 2
Row 90: change color to sequoia, repeat row 2.
Row 91-93: repeat row 2
To Finish: Chain 1, hold the 2 ends of the scarf together and make 24 slip stitches across to join the ends together. Fasten off and weave in ends throughout.
You Are Done!
The finished size is approximately a 60″ circumference and 7″ width. This infinity scarf is designed to extra-long and so it can easily be wrapped around a neck twice.
This is my favorite scarf since it is not all one color (like most of the ones I keep for myself) and it is super soft.
If you LOVED this pattern you will probably LOVE this one too…
Also… You can see it hanging in my older blog post about my Office Makeover. Read about my Office Redo & Yarn Storage Reveal.
Thanks for stopping by to take a peek!! If you have any questions about this easy color-blocked infinity scarf, feel free to email me or leave a comment.