If you’re just learning how to crochet, an infinity scarf will be your best friend.
It’s perfect for crochet for beginners because the patterns are fairly simple. You can work straight down and stitch a crochet infinity scarf together at the ends. Or you can work in the round.
With these crochet scarf patterns, you can learn different skills and end up with a project you really love. Choose an infinity scarf pattern from this list and start creating. You can’t go wrong with so many great crochet patterns.
Aspen Infinity Scarf
Who doesn’t love a nice, basic infinity scarf? This crocheted Aspen Infinity Scarf is made with loads of texture and can be worn with just about anything! Go grab a few skeins of Lion Brand Heartland yarn and let’s get started!
Beginner Infinity Scarf
If you want to learn how to crochet a scarf, this a great beginner project. It’s easy to learn and fun to make. It’s almost as easy as learning how to wear an infinity scarf. They’re such great pieces because you can throw them on and they go with everything.
Frosted Berry Infinity Scarf
This Frosted Berry Scarf crochet pattern is written with a simple stitch repeat and will keep you warm in the winter months, but the airier stitch pattern and cheerful shades of purple at least hint at the transition to spring. This crochet scarf is a single skein project that works up FAST…so you will still be able to wear it this winter after you make it.
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Jumping Retro Infinity Scarf
You could easily change this crochet infinity scarf into a crochet cowl, by using only one skein of Red Heart Super Saver Stripes. You could also change this into a normal scarf by using a total of two skeins. The stitch pattern is so simple that after the first set of repeats, you can get lost on your Netflix binge and mindlessly crochet this entire free pattern!
Cross-Over Stitch Infinity Scarf
This infinity scarf crochet pattern has a lovely texture and look to it. The cross-over stitch could be used for blankets, washcloths, bags, hats and more easy patterns. You'll be pleased with how this infinity scarf pattern turned out and it’s going to make the perfect gift for a special someone.
Gold Leaf Infinity Scarf
The Gold Leaf crochet pattern is lacy and luxurious with fabulous drape. Worked up in soft yarn in a beautiful fan stitch, this scarf adds a bit of subtle luxury to any outfit. Wear it in a long loop or wrap it doubled up for a buttery soft cowl. You’ll know how to wear infinity scarf with style after making this.
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Arctic Infinity Scarf
The Arctic Crochet Scarf Pattern is soft, squishy, and textured. It is made in rows, and then the ends are sewn together to make this an infinity scarf. This is perfect for crochet for beginners, as it’s simple to make.
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Cozy Striped Infinity Scarf
If you've been wanting to make up a striped scarf this crochet infinity scarf pattern is perfect for you! The pattern is crazy simple – just a simple pattern of single and double crochet, but you can work the rows in the back loops to give them a little ridged edge.
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Pink Fantasy Infinity Scarf
This easy crochet scarf is made with a light fingering-weight yarn for a beautiful drape without all the bulk of heavier weight yarns. The beads add just the perfect amount of bling and turn a beautiful scarf into something extraordinary. Never underestimate the power of embellishment on scarf patterns.
Cozy Infinity Scarf
This chunky crochet scarf pattern requires 2 skeins of Wool Ease Thick and Quick, but you can also use any bulky yarn. The pattern is simple and flexible. Just chain as many as you will need to create the circumference that you want and you can make as many rounds as you want for the desired thickness. This is the perfect beginner crochet pattern because of how simple it is.
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The Cambridge Infinity Scarf
This is one of the crochet scarf patterns crocheted using the slip stitch. You’ll also learn how to crochet half-double crochets. This scarf is a great project for beginners. It works up quickly and has such an interesting texture!
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Ineffable Infinity Scarf
This is one of the free crochet scarf patterns on the list that is as beautiful as it is simple. It’s made with the repetition of a single row using a super easy double crochet stitch sequence.
Shin-yu Infinity Scarf
Learn how to make an infinity scarf for your best friend. Shin-yu 真友 (pronounced shin ewe/you) means true friends in Japanese. This crochet cowl pattern is worked up in 3 sections, starting with a Japanese old favorite stitch called pine stitch, known as a fan stitch in the west. Coupled with chain stitches placed throughout the pattern, the end result is a beautiful lacy scarf that would make a perfect gift!
Gray Skies Chevron Infinity Scarf
Infinity scarves are my favorite types of scarves. This one is neutral, unique, and uses chevron! The scarf is done in single crochet in the back loop. It is extra thick, squishy and warm! You'll love the neutral colors, but it would look great in a variety of colors. Now you just need to figure out how to wear an infinity scarf.
Eventide Infinity Scarf
This pattern is a classic C2C scarf using DC. It uses unique crochet stitches. The beauty of the C2C stitch is that you don’t really need to work in many traditional stitch spaces at all! That makes even the most complicated yarns pretty darn easy to crochet with. Make your friends crochet scarves with this special pattern.
Via Left in Knots
An infinity scarf crochet pattern is so easy to work up. It’s by far one of the most fun and simple crochet projects out there.
While there are so many types of scarves out there, an infinity scarf seems to be having a moment right now.
Take advantage of this and make one for the people you love. They’ve been blown away by your style and generosity.
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These are great ideas and patterns. Thanks. So creative and talented. Thank you!
Barbara Phippen says
I like what I see.