Easy Ribbed Infinity Scarf

FREE Pattern | Easy Ribbed Infinity Scarf | Colie's Crochet | coliescrochet.comFall is in the air and one of my favorite things to wear in the fall is a scarf. Skinny, chunky, fancy, fluffy; it doesn’t really matter. This is a simple scarf to make, in fact you only need to know three crochet stitches: slip stitch, chain and half-double crochet. The chunky yarn makes it really warm and the yarn is super, super soft. If you don’t have chunky yarn on hand, you can even use two or three strands of worsted weight yarn together and achieve a similar look. I am including directions for a long, skinny version and for a smaller, thicker version as well. With this pattern, you can make a scarf in a little over 2 hours! 

Don't Crochet? You can purchase the finished item here - www.coliescrochet.etsy.comSizes:

  • 33” length (worn like a cowl)
  • 66” length (can be worn doubled)

Skill Level:

  • Beginner

Materials:

  • M-9mm hook; I used a Susan Bates hook.
  • I Love This Yarn Chunky in Plumberry. I used almost 2 3.5 oz. skeins. Any #5 Bulky yarn would be an acceptable substitute.
  • Yarn or tapestry needle to weave in ends.

Gauge:

  • Not important

Abbreviations and Stitches Used: (In US terminology)

  • Blo – back loop only
  • Ch – chain stitch
  • Hdc – half double crochet
  • Rnd(s) – round(s)
  • Sl st – Slip Stitch

Pattern Notes:

  • Pattern is written in US terms
  • Read pattern in its entirety first
  • When working in rounds, the ch1 or ch2 NEVER count as the first stitch

33” length instructions:

Rnd 1: Ch 77 (or amount needed to obtain 33” length). Join with sl st to first ch taking care not to twist the chain. Ch 1, hdc in each chain around. Join with sl st to first hdc. (76)

Rnd 2: Ch 1, hdc in blo of each stitch around. Join with sl st to first hdc. (76)

Repeat rnd 2 until you reach approximately 16” wide or you run out of yarn. Finish off.

66” length instructions (shown in photo):

Rnd 1: Ch 153 (or amount needed to obtain 66” length). Join with sl st to first ch taking care not to twist the chain. Ch 1, hdc in each chain around. Join with sl st to first hdc. (152)

Rnd 2: Ch 1, hdc in blo of each stitch around. Join with sl st to first hdc. (152)

Repeat rnd 2 until you reach approximately 9” wide or you run out of yarn. Finish off.

 

Finishing

Weave in all ends.

Variations

  • If you don’t have chunky yarn, hold 2 or three strands of worsted weight yarn together. Use different types of yarn to add extra texture.

Hope you enjoyed this scarf pattern! Hit Print below or click here to download a pdf

What is your favorite item to crochet in the fall?

 Nicole-Colie's Crochet

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17 thoughts on “Easy Ribbed Infinity Scarf

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  3. kim

    Hi Nicole! So I’m a beginning corchet-er and I just stumbled upon this. I’ve read that when you do a HDC, you’re always supposed to start with the third chain from your hook, would that be correct for this as well, or just work that into every chain/stitch?

    Excited to try this later!

    Reply
    1. Nicole Post author

      Hi Kim! Chaining 3 would be appropriate for a dc but not for hdc. Some people do a ch 2 but I think it’s still too high. It’s personal preference reallly. Hope that helps! Enjoy!

      Nicole

      Reply
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  7. Susan Zuris

    How much yarn is used for the 33″ cowl vs. the longer one? There is only one amount listed, and it’s not clear which cowl that’s for.

    Reply
  8. sona

    as a total beginner I would like to know how to decrease in the width of the scarf? I have a very short neck (as a petite) and as much as I love these they are always overpowering. Can you help? thank you so much for the pattern

    Reply
    1. Nicole Post author

      You can make this scarf as long as you like. Just stop adding length when it is comfortable for you, that’s what is so great about this scarf!

      Nicole

      Reply
      1. Michele

        I am concerned do you mean 66″ as a chain or when it’s slip stitched together?!?!? I love this pattern but it seems so short!!!

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