Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Crochet Chunky Infinity Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

I ended 2019 with a free pattern, and I figured I would start 2020 with another! Yesterday I shared my Daphne Infinity Scarf knitting pattern. One of my goals for 2020 is to expand my crochet patterns. I have several knitting patterns, but not as many crochet patterns. Today I am taking a step towards that goal and I am sharing my Amy Infinity Scarf crochet pattern.

I first tried crocheting this while holding 2 strands together, but it wasn't draping like I was wanting. It was very stiff. So I tried with just 1 strand, and I really like the soft drape of the scarf. It was snowing while my husband was taking photos, and this scarf was perfect for keeping me warm!

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Finished scarf measures approximately 68-70 inches long, and 6 inches wide. I like to wrap it around my neck twice.

Size Q (15.75mm) Crochet Hook
Super Bulky Weight Yarn #6 (Wool Ease Thick & Quick) Approximately 150 yards (about 1.5 skeins)
Needle for weaving in ends
Tape Measure – For checking gauge, and length of scarf before finishing off

6 sts in hdc (in 3rd front loop), 4 rows = 4 inches
Check your gauge and adjust needle size accordingly.

Abbreviations (US Terms):
CH – Chain
HDC – Half Double Crochet
SL ST – Slip Stitch
St(s) – Stitch(es)

This scarf is made holding only 1 strand of yarn.
Turning CH(s) do NOT count as a st, unless otherwise stated in pattern.

HDC in front 3rd loop: See Photo Tutorial Below

Identify the front 3rd loop (2 views to help)

Insert hook in the front 3rd loop (NOT the 2 top loops that are normally worked in)

A ridge will now start forming on the backside of Row 2. 


Using size Q hook and 1 strand of #6 super bulky yarn,
- CH 11
1. HDC in 3rd CH from hook (the 2 turning CH do NOT count as a st), HDC in remaining CH sts. CH 1, turn. (9 HDC sts)
2. HDC in front 3rd loop in each st across. (see photo tutorial above) CH 1, turn. (9 sts)
- Repeat row 2 until your scarf measures approximately 68-70 inches (or desired length)
- Sew (or SL ST) ends together, I like to put 1 twist in the scarf before sewing.

Weave in any remaining ends.

I would love to see your Amy Scarves! Tag me on Instagram  @craftsbysarahliz so I can see your work!

I hope you enjoy my pattern. Your support of my small business is truly appreciated!

- You are free to sell what you make from this pattern. I would appreciate links back to my blog, Ravelry, or Etsy shop to credit me as the designer.
- You may not use my photos.
- You may not sell this pattern or any part of this pattern, distribute it, or claim it as your own.

 © 2020 Sarah Gross - Crafts by Sarah Liz

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