I love designing crochet scarves, and they are my go-to project whenever I want to crochet something. So, this infinity scarf was a pattern I was excited to work on.
I named this scarf the Mix it Up Crochet Scarf because of the use of different but easy crochet stitches throughout the design, which you’ll find out below are easy ones!
I used Woolspun by Lion Brand yarn which is a soft cozy bulky five yarn. It is a little hard to come by, but it is worth it when you find it!
If you can’t find it, Color Made Easy by Lion Brand is a great substitute.
If you haven’t worked with this Lion Brand Woolspun yarn, it’s a wonderful bulky size 5 wool and acrylic blend and is some of the softest yarn I’ve worked with. It is a must-try when you want to crochet a scarf.
Plus, this simple scarf pattern requires only four skeins of yarn and works up very quickly.
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Keep on scrolling down to find the free scarf pattern!
Mix it up Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern
Skill Level: Basic
- Four skeins of Lion Brand Wool Spun yarn or any bulky 5 yarn.
- I made a few of these scarves using the Linen, Charcoal, Peacock and Oxford Gray yarn colors.
- Crochet hook Size J, 6.0 mm and Size K 6.5 mm
- Yarn needle (aka tapestry needle)
- Measuring tape
- Finished dimensions of your scarf should be approximately a 60″ circumference and 5″ width.
- This pattern is in Standard US terms
- If you need a refresher on the Half Double Crochet stitch, our tutorial on that may help.
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The Scarf Pattern Steps
- Round 1: Chain 240 using the size K hook, join with a Slip Stitch to the first chain.
- Round 2: Switch to the Size J Hook and Chain 3, Double Crochet in every stitch around. Join with a Slip Stitch to top of first Double Crochet, not chain 3.
- Round 3: Chain 2, Half Double Crochet in every stitch around. Join with a Slip Stitch to top of first Half Double Crochet, not chain 2.
- Round 4-6: Repeat Round 2 and 3 for a total of 6 rows.
- Round 7: End with a repeat of Round 2.
- Finishing: Weave in loose yarn ends with a yarn needle.
Finished dimensions of your scarf should be approximately a 60″ circumference and 5″ width.
This scarf can easily be looped around your neck twice and is super warm!
You will LOVE it! Promise!
You may have noticed the headband I was wearing in some pictures. The pattern can be found here for the cinched ear warmer from “Little Monkeys Crochet”.
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you enjoy making the mix it up crochet scarf! If you need any clarification, please feel free to contact me on my Facebook page or leave a comment here.
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