Whether you wear it long in a big single loop or double looped for superior warmth, the Delightful Infinity is an essential piece for winter! Keep scrolling down for the free scarf pattern!!
I originally designed this scarf for a friend from highschool. I was working the free internet world of my friends and family on Facebook at the time, winter 2013. My friend sent me a pin of a gorgeous knitted bulky infinity scarf she had been interested in and asked if I could make something like it. So I came up with something that fit what she needed, but also included my style as a designer. I’m a sucker for a v-stitch and simplicity. So today I’m sharing the pattern I designed, The Delightful Infinity.
If you’re interested in purchasing a finished DelightfulInfinity Scarf, you can find it in my Etsy Shop.
I prefer to use LionBrand Hometown USA yarn for this pattern and actually for most of my scarves. I love how soft and light the scarves feel when I use it, and it comes in so many colors you’re sure to find what you need.
You can purchase a low cost ad free PDF version of thispattern in my Etsy Shop.
The Delightful Infinity Scarf Materials and Notes
Notes: The pattern is worked in rows from one end to the other and will be joined together with a Slip Stitch join. This is a very quick project. Happy Hooking 🙂
Finished Measurements: 60” Long and 10” Wide
Free Scarf Pattern – The Delightful Infinity
- Yarn: 2 -3 Balls of Lion Brand Hometown USA Yarn (Super Bulky Yarn 162 yards, 284 grams) You may need more than one ball of yarn depending on color.
- Hook: Q Hook – 15 mm
- Extra Tool: Scissors and Tapestry Needle
- Tape Measure
Gauge: 5 DC = 4 inches and 3 Rows = 4 inches — However for this pattern it is not absolutely vital to match gauge exactly.
Special Stitches: V-Stitch (Work 2 Double Crochet Stitches into one Stitch)
Abbreviations and Stitches Used:
- CH – Chain
- SC – Single Crochet
- DC – Double Crochet
- SK – Skip
- SL ST – Slip Stitch
- ST – Stitch
Row 1 – CH. 14, SC into the backloop of the second CH from the hook and across, TURN (13 SC)
Row 2 – CH. 2, SK the first Stitch (V-Stitch, SK the next stitch) repeat 4 more times, DC into the last stitch, TURN (5 V-Stitches and 2 DC at the beginning and the end of the row)
Row 3 – CH. 2, work a V-Stitch into each of the V-Stitch spaces from the previous round, DC into the last stitch, TURN (5 V-Stitches and 2 DC at the beginning and the end of the row)
Row 4 – 46 – Repeat Row 3 (43 times)
Row 47 – CH. 1, SC into each stitch across. (12 SC)
To Join – You will put the two ends together so that the right sides of the scarf are together. You will be working a slip stitch through the SC of both ends. This creates a nice straight seam. Fasten off and weave in all ends. All Done!! Now go be cozy and cute this winter!