Two Ways about It
Reversible Infinity Scarf
This infinity scarf can be worn in lots of different ways. You can highlight the knit look side or the crochet look side, or both together. Wear it long or wrapped. This free infinity scarf pattern is designed using simple hdc stitches, just placed in a different way.
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Approximately 150 yards of Super Bulky Weight #6 Yarn
I used Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick in Oatmeal
US N15/10.00mm hook
28” circumference and 5” wide- see notes
Not important with this pattern- see notes
6 sts & 8 rows = 4”
hdc – half double crochet, sl st – slip stitch, st(s) – stitch(es),
fhdc– foundation half double crochet
Chain 3 (counts as first fhdc). Yarn over and insert hook in 3rd chain from hook. *Yarn over and pull up loop (3 loops on hook), yarn over and pull through 1 loop creating a chain, (this is an important step but easy to forget). Yarn over again and pull through all three loops on hook. This completes the second fhdc (remember your first ch3 counted as the first fdc). To stitch the next fhdc, yarn over and insert the hook into the chain made in the 2nd fhdc and repeat from *
Hdc/or sc in the third loop
Same as a regular half double crochet/or single crochet, except hdc/ or sc will be placed in the back horizontal bar or third loop. Here is a great video tutorial by Moogly on how to make the stitch. I also used a seamless method by My Hobby is Crochet (I used Version II though you can choose whichever version you prefer). Seamless methods for working in the round are towards the bottom of the post.
• I maintained loose tension throughout this design for a lofty look and feel. Tighter tension will make the scarf less pliable.
• Gauge is not important with this project, however your scarf may vary in size. After Row 1, make sure the circumference of the fhdc row will be long enough for you to wrap around your neck twice comfortably.
Row 1: Fhdc 86. Join with sl st.
Rows 2-6: Ch1. Hdc in the third loop in every st around. Sl st into the top of the first hdc, skipping over the ch1, to join. <86>. See seamless method tutorial by My Hobby is Crochet for other ways to join.
Row 7: Ch1. 1sc in the third loop of every st around. Sl st into the top of the first sc, skipping over the ch1, to join. <86>
• Fasten off and weave in all ends.
• Give the infinity scarf a little tug to loosen up the sts a bit.
If you like this design you’ll probably love The Stormy Skies Scarf
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Lorene Eppolite is the designer behind Cre8tion Crochet- Where Beautiful is Easy. She has been designing since October 2012. She loves to create fun and easy crochet accessories and garments. Lorene strives to make her designs to be achievable for any skill level. Just because it is easy, doesn’t mean it can’t be beautiful. Lorene was named one of the Top Ten Designers by The Yarn Box in 2012 and by AllFreeCrochet in 2013-2018. Most recently Lorene has become the Creative Director for Furls Crochet.