Do you want to crochet an easy scarf? Check out the Charlie infinity scarf to to just that!
I promise with just one easy stitch you will have this scarf done in no time at all.
Are you looking for more crochet scarf patterns? Take a look at the crochet scarves archive page to find another project to add to your to-do list.
What Is a Crochet Infinity Scarf?
An infinity scarf is a scarf that is a looped with no ends. A traditional crochet scarf has two ends vs an infinity scarf that is worked in a continuous round and is all one piece.
The best part about crocheting a scarf in the round is that there isn’t any turning after each row! All that need to do it keep crocheting in a circle to create the infinity design.
A fun fact to know is that an infinity scarf is actually a cowl but longer. A standard crochet cowl is fitted closer to the neck like the one-hour cowl while an infinity design is looser and is sometimes made longer so that it can be looped around the neck twice.
The Crochet Stitch You’ll Need to Know for This Scarf
This whole infinity scarf is worked in just a double crochet! The double crochet is a great beginner stitch and happens to be the one that I used when I created my first project the color blocked blanket!
Learn more about the double crochet in my blog post if you’d like a refresher about this simple beginner-friendly stitch.
Double Crochet Stitch:
The Yarn That’s Great for This Infinity Scarf
A super bulky 6 yarn called Cozy Wool from Michael’s is the yarn I used for this design. I do love when I find it but sometimes is hard to get your hands on unless you have a Michael’s nearby. It comes in a variety of colors all of which are beautiful. If you do find this cozy yarn then you are in for a treat.
A great alternative is Wool-Ease Thick & Quick from Lion Brand Yarn. It is also a super bulky 6 yarn and comes in an even bigger variety of colors.
Either yarn would work perfect to get the same look of the scarf shown in the pictures.
If you are allergic to wool Lion Brand has a Thick & Quick yarn that contains zero wool which would be a great substitute.
Ready to Get Started?
Scroll on down to learn about the materials you’ll need and to find the full free crochet pattern.
I hope you enjoy this infinity scarf design!
Charlie Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern
By Krista Cagle for Rescued Paw Designs
Skill Level: Easy
Bulky 6 yarn 180 yards
Crochet Hook size 9 mm
Learn more about beginner crochet abbreviations
CH = Chain
Sl St = Slip Stitch
DC = Double Crochet
Written in standard US terms
The Pattern Steps
To Start: CH 60. Join with a SL ST to the first CH (60)
Row 1: CH 1, DC into each CH around, Join with an SL ST to the first DC. (60)
Row 2 – 6: Repeat Row 1
Finishing: Fasten off and weave in the loose ends with a yarn needle securely.