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Crochet Creation – To Infinity and Beyond!

In 2020 I made a few infinity scarves as Christmas presents and they were so well received, and so simple to make, that I thought it would be a nice idea to share the pattern with you so you can get cracking on winter warmers for 2021 for yourself or family and friends.

First up, I wanted to hire a beautiful model, go to a luxurious location and get some gorgeous lifestyle pictures to share with this post however, there was just me and it was nippy out, so, yeah – this.

Anyhoo, it’s a nice warm scarf and keeps the back of ya kneck and chest warm. Not sure if those are things you like kept warm but you can always wrap the scarf around anything else you like.

Thankfully this pattern is very easy to follow, even for the novice crochet hooker.

Took me a weekend to finish but if you can only do an hour or two each day, will probably take around a week.

It measures around 60 inches and you can leave it open ended or whip stitch/slip stitch the ends together for an infinity scarf, like what I did. Up to you.

The Chart

Infinity scarf crochet pattern.


General Notes

This pattern should be worked with 2 x 100g balls of either:

Double knit (8 ply) using a 4mm crochet hook
Aran yarn using a 4.25mm crochet hook

I highly recommend the Cygnet Yarns “Boho Spirit” range – the colour blends are so beautiful and the yarn very soft!


ch – Chain.
dc – Double Crochet. (US – Single Crochet).
tr – Treble Crochet. (US – Double Crochet).
ch sp – Chain Space.

Special Stitches

Cluster1 (shown in green) [tr1 in next dc, ch1, miss one dc, tr into next dc].


Cast on.
Row 1 – ch 37. Turn.
Row 2 – dc in second chain from hook. dc in each ch until end of row. Turn.
Row 3 – ch 3. tr in 3rd dc from previous row. Cluster1 until end of row. Turn.
Row 4 – ch 1. *dc in ch sp. dc in next two tr. Repeat from * to end of row.
Row 5 – ch 3. tr in 3rd dc from previous row. Cluster1 until end of row. Turn.
Repeat rows 4 & 5 until you have about 60 inches of scarf or have used up most of the yarn.

If you would like, fold the scarf in half and slip stitch across the two edges.


If worked as above, this scarf will have a width of approximately 9 inches. For a different width of scarf, this pattern can be worked over multiples of 9 chains + 1. For example, in this pattern there are 36 chains + 1 to give the 37 in row 1.

Each 100g ball of yarn will give you approximately 30 inches of scarf and one wrap around the neck. This pattern will give you a scarf that will wrap twice around. For more wraps, add another 100g ball per wrap required.

Video Guide

Can’t say that this was my best video ever but I hopefully covered all of the relevant points.

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15 thoughts on “Crochet Creation – To Infinity and Beyond!

  1. Managed to get to end of row 3, thank you for teaching me to turn by adding achain or two, also first time i’ve done trebles only crocheted in the round before,tried turning and only ever got a sloping edge so gave up ! simple when your’e taught how thank-you John.

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  2. Beautiful scarf, beautiful yarn,beautifully modelled. Crochet doesn’t come easy to me can do simple,this has inspired me to give it a go again! needed help with any craft as it has left and flown the coup. Belated happy New Year.

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  3. I love this wool. The scarf looks great on you John 😉. I’m so glad you made a video of it as I’m more of a visual learner. I took one look at your pattern and thought “oh heck” 😆. You explained each loop and how to do it perfectly. So I now know what the loops are and if I keep replaying the video I’ll be able to follow along too. I’m just learning the basics of crochet again as it’s been years and years since I did any. Thanks for this John xx

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  4. Hi John, I love your infinity scarf but I cannot crochet to save my life! My Mam and Nanna were master crocheters and I am the only one in the family who cannot master this craft, so is there a pattern for this scarf for knitters please? I have stacks of wool and would love to knit this scarf – would be much appreciated, pretty please xxx


  5. Lovely scarf John. We don’t need a model when we have you. I always say that I can’t crochet but I am sure I can follow your instructions. Thank you x

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  6. Fabulous scarf John, I love your catalogue poses – glasses on, glasses off, wry smile 😁 …
    It’s made me want to hunt out my hooks and have a go!
    Gorgeous colours in that Boho yarn too. 💕 Clare x

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  7. Great photo’s John, you don’t need a proffesional model, you doing great!
    Gorgeous scarf and great video, easy to follow and I think everyone who never have done any crochet can follow this right away. Not only the colours of this yarn are awesome but also the sofness of the yarn you can see that so well in the video.
    Thank you so much John for the gorgeous pattern and video, stay safe and have a wonderful Sunday.

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  8. I admit that crochet is something I have never mastered. I can knit, love Aran and Fair Isle but crochet? However, I love the look of these scarves so will dig out my hooks and will give it a go! Many thanks, John, you are very talented.

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