When it comes to the fall and winter, I love being able to stay warm and cozy. That is why infinity scarves are a staple to my fall/winter wardrobe. And what better way to have one in every colour than to make your own?
This infinity scarf is created by crocheting a long rectangle and whip stitching the ends together.
By half double crocheting in the back loops you get a nice ribbed texture.
Once I reached my desired width, I fastened off and whip stitched the ends together.
Crochet Ribbed Infinity Scarf
- Add more rows if you would like a thicker scarf
- Decrease the amount rows if you would like a thinner scarf
- Add more chains if you would like a longer scarf
- Chain less if you would like a shorter scarf
- Chain any amount plus 2 for the foundation chain
- 2.5 balls of bulky yarn (level 5). I used Loops & Threads Charisma in Taupe
- 8mm Crochet Hook
- Yarn needle
Chain 122 for the foundation chain
Row 1: Skip the first two chains (counts as 1HDC), 1HDC in next chain, 1HDC in each chain to end, turn.
Row 2: Ch 2 (does not count as stitch) HDC Back Loop in each chain till the end, turn
Row 3- Row 15: Repeat step 2.
Fasten off and leave a long tail. Using your tail whip stitch the ends close.
I would love to see what you all create! So, don’t forget to tag @thenorthernmoose on Instagram with your finished designs!
This pattern is an original pattern by Meg Hardison of The Northern Moose. Please do not claim this pattern as your own. Please do not reprint this pattern on your site. You may keep a copy of the pattern for your own personal use, but please do not sell the pattern or distribute it.
You may sell products made from this pattern but please clearly credit the design to me Meg Hardison and link back to The Northern Moose Blog. Permission is not granted for mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind. Thank you for being respectful and for your understanding!
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Hi…Love your patterns!! I have made all of them and they are now being loved & worn by friends & family.
Keep up the good designs, so nice to follow, I will keep on knitting. Thank you
Thank you so much! I’m happy to hear this!