Free Crochet Scarf Pattern, The Delightful Infinity

Free Crochet Scarf Pattern, The Delightful Infinity

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! Stay cozy and stylish with our crochet scarf pattern. This pattern is perfect for beginners and experienced crocheters alike, with clear instructions and step-by-step illustrations.

Super Bulky Weight Crochet Scarf

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.

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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.

The Delightful Infinity -- Ad Free PDF Version 


Notes about the pattern

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

Gauge: 5 DC = 4 inches and 3 Rows = 4 inches -- However for this pattern it is not absolutely vital to match gauge exactly.



Super Bulky Yarn approximately 162 yards, 284 grams I used Lion Brand Hometown USA yarn 

Hook Q Hook - 15 mm 


Tapestry Needle

Tape Measure

yarn scissors crochet hook tape measure


Special Stitches:  V-Stitch (Work 2 Double Crochet Stitches into one Stitch)

CH – Chain
SC - Single Crochet
DC - Double Crochet
SK - Skip
SL ST - Slip Stitch
ST - Stitch

Let's Begin!

Row 1 - CH. 14, SC into the backloop of the second CH from the hook and across, TURN  (13 SC) 

Working into the backloop will make it easier for joining the ends together later

crochet hook and yarn demonstrating a stitch technique

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)

crochet stitch demonstration

crochet stitch demonstration

width of crochet scarf shown

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!!

women wearing crochet scarf

Now go be cozy and cute this winter!

Happy Hooking!!

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