Textured Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

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Do you need a new warm and beautifully textured infinity scarf crochet pattern? Who doesn’t, right? This beautiful infinity scarf is perfect for making to add to your own wardrobe and scarves make a great gift to keep anyone warm on a cold winter day. 

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You’ll love the easy stitches combined with worsted weight yarn that create a warm and squishy scarf. Keep reading for all the details on how to make this textured crochet infinity scarf or you can purchase the ad-free PDF here

How to crochet a Textured Infinity Scarf

Infinity scarves are my favorite types of scarves and there are a few different ways to crochet an infinity scarf. This one starts out like you would crochet a regular scarf, working widthwise, and then you’ll join the short ends to form a circle. Of course if you don’t want a circle scarf, you can leave it as a regular cozy scarf. 

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The stitch pattern used for the scarf, is the same throughout, so once you get the hang of the stitches, its really an easy crochet scarf. 

Related: Beautiful Bean Stitch Scarf

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Yarn for the Textured Infinity Scarf Pattern

Since the stitches for this scarf give it lots of texture, I wanted to use a yarn that was smooth and sleek and wouldn’t get in the way of the stitch definition. Premier Anti-Pilling Everyday Worsted Yarn fit the bill perfectly. It is a medium-weight acrylic yarn that’s soft and easy to work with plus it comes in a wide variety of colors so if you’d like to make your warm scarf in different colors, you have options!

While most of the scarf is a cream/white, I wanted a pop of another neutral color so the scarf would have stripes and variety but still coordinate with most of my wardrobe You can make those stripes in any color you’d like though and it’ll look great!

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Premier Yarns also has a wonderful reward program that you can sign up for using my link. You and I both get a discount when you sign up and there are many ways to earn additional reward points that can be used towards purchasing more yarn!

If you want to use another worsted weight yarn, almost any soft yarn will work. I don’t think the thicker, economy type medium yarns will have quite the same drape, so you might want to stick to a thinner medium weight yarn.  

Related: Free and Easy Textured Crochet Scarf Pattern

Stitches Used for the Lovely Textured Crochet Scarf

This entire scarf is worked using the mini bean stitch also known as the Elizabeth stitch. 

The mini bean stitch starts just like you would start a single crochet but instead of yarning over and pulling through both loops on the hook, you’ll insert your hook into the same stitch, pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through all four loops on the hook. It may sound complicated, but it is actually really simple and moves quickly once you get the hang of it. 

Mini Bean Stitch (mbs)

Insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop, yarn over, insert hook into the same stitch and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through all four loops on the hook, ch 1 to close the stitch. When working into the mbs, do not work into the ch 1, but work into the mbs itself which is almost on the side of the stitch. 

Although it is rated and easy pattern, if you are an adventurous beginner crocheter looking for a bit of a challenge, this should be a great project for you. I don’t have a tutorial for this stitch, but feel free to let me know if you’d like a photo tutorial of the mini bean stitch. 

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Textured Infinity Scarf Crochet Free Pattern

Skill Level: Easy

Materials:                             

US size J/10, 6.0 mm crochet hook

Premier Anti-Pilling Everyday Worsted (Category 4, Medium weight acrylic yarn,180yds/165m, 3.5oz/100g)

  • The sample used approximately 751 yds (14.6 oz) total
    • 187 yds in Chinchilla
    • 564 yds in Snow White

Large Eye Yarn Needle

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US size J/10, 6.0 mm hook

Premier Anti-Pilling Everyday Worsted

Tapestry needle

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Abbreviations:

ch(s): chain(s)
mbs: mini bean stitch
st(s): stitch(es)
CA: Color A (white)
CB: Color B (chinchilla)

Gauge: 4” x 4” =11 rows by 8 mbs

Finished Size: approximately 11” wide by 62” around

Notes and special stitches:

Mini Bean Stitch (mbs)

Insert hook into stitch, pull up a loop, yarn over, insert hook into the same stitch and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through all four loops on the hook, ch 1 to close the stitch. When working into the mbs, do not work into the ch 1, but work into the mbs itself which is almost on the side of the stitch.

You will not chain 1 to start each row.

Adjusting the size

You can easily adjust the width of the scarf by changing the starting chain, you’ll want to keep the starting chain a multiple of 2+1.

To adjust the length, you can add or subtract rows. Each large section is made of 18 rows and each stripe is 6 rows.

Pattern Instructions:

With CA, Ch 45

Row 1: mbs in the 3rd ch from hook, *skip ch, mbs in the next ch, repeat from * to the end of the row, turn (22 mbs)

Row 2-18: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CB

Rows 19-24: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CA

Rows 25-42: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

From here you can follow the row counts and color changes below or you can just count the rows in each section. You’ll do 6 rows of Color B followed by 18 rows of Color A. End with Color B when you’ve reached a total of 168 rows. Follow the joining instructions below.

Change to CB

Rows 43-48: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CA

Rows 49-66: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CB

Rows 67-72: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CA

Rows 73-90: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CB

Rows 91-96: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CA

Rows 97-114: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CB

Rows 115-120: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CA

Rows 121-138: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CB

Rows 139-144: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CA

Rows 145-162: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Change to CB

Rows 163-168: mbs in each st across, turn (22 mbs)

Join the short ends together to form a circle, being careful not to twist the scarf. Whip stitch the ends together to form the infinity scarf. Weave in ends.

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