Hello Craftee, how about a lovely softly textured Crochet infinity scarf pattern that you can wear in multiple ways?
I asked our sons what to name this crochet infinity scarf because I was out of ideas. One of them said, ‘let’s name it cosy craftee scarf” the other one said, “let’s name it sea long infinity scarf”. What to do? I decided to add words together and named it the Cosea Crochet Infinity Scarf.
The Cosea Crochet Infinity Scarf is such as versatile crochet accessory; as many infinity scarves are. They can be styled in multiple ways depending on your outfit or mood. If you like something more eccentric, the chevron stitch crochet infinity scarf is a must try pattern
The Cosea Crochet Infinity Scarf uses the crochet puff stitch and the crossed HDC stitch (which I used in this rainbow top pattern). It is an easy repeat pattern, it has a beautiful look and cosiness when worn (just check out the photos, haha).
This crochet infinity scarf is an advanced beginner pattern to make due to the crochet puff stitch used; you can also easily customise the length and width of the cosea crochet infinity scarf or substitute the dk yarn for a worsted weight yarn.
If you are familiar with my designs, you would know that I really like designing with DK weight yarn; it is the perfect balance between heavy and light. Truly, I enjoy working with DK yarn even if the pattern may take longer sometimes.
The Cosea Crochet Infinity Scarf uses YarnArt Adore, it is a light, soft and anti-pilling yarn; which I also used for the Seashells Crochet Tank Top. Using DK yarn for garments or wearables often result in lightweight items; easy to wear, not heavy but equally as cosy.
Long crochet infinity scarf patterns are one of those where you can easily substitute yarn as the differences would not be so glaring. Thus, you can use a worsted weight yarn for the Cosea crochet scarf as well. Take note that it will turn out a little longer, wider and thicker, which is still a bonus because you have more room for styling.
One of the advantages of the Cosea crochet infinity scarf pattern is how easy it is to customise. It begins with a mulitple of two chains or stitches and has a ten row repeat; this was the ultimate chill and crochet project for me.
If you need to make it into a cowl, make half the length of chains in the pattern (of course, assuming you are using DK yarn. For heavier weights, you will need to make less).
If you need to make the scarf longer, add more starting chains or stitches. To make it wider, repeat the sets as much as needed.
EXPLORE CROCHET PUFF STITCH PATTERNS
SHOP YARN CRAFTEE PATTERNS
HOW TO CROCHET INFINITY SCARF- COSEA SCARF Free Pattern
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17 HDC sts across = 4″ / 1 set (3HDC rounds, 1 Puff st round, 3HDC rounds, 1 crossed HDC round, 1 Puff st round, 1 Crossed HDC round)= 3.3″
Finished Size- 7.5 wide at round 29/ 10.4 wide at round 39/ Length- 30″ from side to side
- This pattern uses DK weight, acrylic yarn; YarnArt Adore, 560-800mtrs, substitute with Sirdar Snuggly Soothing
- 4.5mm hook
- Tapestry Needle
- Stitch markers
- FSC- foundation single crochet- how to FSC
- HDC- half double crochet
- SC- single crochet
- CH- chain
- BLO- back loop only
Round 1: FSC 258, join to 1st st. OR Ch 259, skip 1st ch, SC into remaining chs, join to 1st ch.
Round 2: Ch 1, SC in BLO of 1st st and each st around. Join (under both loops) to 1st st.
Round 3: repeat round 2
Round 4: Ch 2, skip 1st st, HDC in next, HDC in skipped st. *Skip next st, HDC in next, HDC in skipped st, repeat from * around. Join to 1st st. Ch 2, turn
Ch 1 counts as a st on next round and every puff st round.
Round 5: puff st in 1st st (last st on round 4), *ch 1, skip 1 st, puff st in next. Repeat from * around, end with ch 1. Join to 1st (puff) st. Ch 2, turn (mark this ch 2).
Round 6: skip 1st ch 1 (last ch 1 on round 5), HDC in next ch 1 space, HDC in skipped ch 1. *HDC in next ch 1 space, HDC in previous ch 1 space. Repeat from * around, end with HDC in last ch 1 (that marked space from the beginning of the round), HDC in previous ch 1. Join to 1st st.
Round 7: Ch 2, HDC in 1st st and each st around. Join to 1st st.
Rounds 8-9: repeat round 7. At the end of round 9, ch 2, turn.
Round 10: puff st in 1st st (last st on round 9), *ch 1, skip 1 st, puff st in next. Repeat from * around, end with ch 1. Join to 1st (puff) st. Ch 1, turn.
Round 11: HDC in ch 1, *HDC in space btw puff sts, HDC in ch 1, repeat from * around, ending with HDC in space btw puff st and Ch 2 of the previous round. Join to the 1st st.
Round 12: Ch 2, HDC into 1st st and each st around. Join to 1st.
Round 13: Ch 2, HDC into 1st st and each st around. Join to 1st st.
Round 14: Ch 2, crossed HDC into each st around. Join to 1st st. Ch 2, turn
Round 15: puff st in 1st st (last st on row 4), *ch 1, skip 1 st, puff st in next. Repeat from * around, end with ch 1. Join to 1st (puff) st. Ch 2, turn
Round 16: crossed HDC into each st across. Join to 1st st.
From here, you can repeat rounds 7-16 one or more times depending on the width you want your infinity scarf to be. The scarf in the photos have 3 repeats thus ending on round 39 (including the last 3 SC rounds).
Round 17 (or last crossed HDC round): ch 1, SC into each st around. Join to 1st st
Round 18: Ch 1, SC in BLO of 1st st and each st. around. Join to 1st st.
Round 19: Ch 1, SC in BLO of 1st st and each st around. Join to 1st st. Snip yarn, weave in tails.
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