Winter is a time for indulging in crochet and knitting stuff. The infinity scarf makes a style statement and jazzes up your outfit in a way few accessories can. Their large size and repetitive patterns allow you to de-stress without having to think a lot. And you couldn’t be gladder with the results. Have a look at the below patterns and you will know why.
Infinity scarf crochet pattern in a mix of bright colors looks beautiful around your neck. This one looks extra special with a sparkle of jewel tones. Click on the above link for the how-to.
The V-stitch looks attractive on this yellow infinity scarf. The pattern starts with requiring you to do 25 chain stitches.
The bulky puff stitch pattern looks lovely when done with brushed worsted-weight acrylic. It is because the softness of the yarn is highlighted with the stitch.
This pretty pattern works with any bulky weight yarn. This one, particularly, is made with gold leaf yarn. The stitches are made loose to highlight to flecks of gold.
A double strand scarf like this one is just perfect for the little warmer days at the end of winter when the snow is melting. Here is a pattern for a smaller infinity scarf that is lightweight but cozy.
You will find a nice rhythm to this easy pattern once you have started and things have started moving along. It consists of chain, slip, single and double crochet stitches.
This lovable blush-colored yarn is worked in V-stitch throughout. The foundation chain is made with 23 chain stitches.
This handmade scarf boasts of minimalism and elegance. This perfect accessory for your fall and winter clothing is made in a simple stitch sequence.
A wheel stitch pattern makes this scarf unique. It makes the garment dense and cozy that protects you from the chill of the winter months.
This one would be a cool craft project before the onset of winter. It is made in half double crochet. You would need an 8 mm crochet hook for making this.
This DIY can be done with leftover yarn from your craft stash. It looks ornamental with beads all over. Note the delicate doily pattern it flaunts.
This pristine scarf is crocheted in the round, with each round ending in a slip stitch connection to the top of the first stitch followed by turning your work.
Though the infinity scarf is crocheted to be flat, the pattern can very well be made in the round. The ribbed pattern gives lovely texture to the garment.
Stay at the top of fashion trends by sporting this gorgeous chevron pattern infinity scarf. It would be a lovely gift for the holidays.
This Mobius scarf is made with moss stitch, but you can use any reversible pattern stitch for it. The number of stitches that you use for the foundation chain depends on the hook size, yarn and your personal choice.
We are sure you will love the crocheting experience and would thank us for this exhaustive collection of tutorials. Flaunt them during Christmas and New Year and let the compliments come in. Let them know that you made it on your own and watch them stare in disbelief.
Published on October 4th 2018 by Peyton Derrida