Free Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern – Even Moss Stitch

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Are you tired of searching for the perfect infinity scarf pattern, only to be disappointed by complicated instructions or boring results? Well, look no further. I have designed a free infinity scarf crochet pattern that is not only easy to follow but also produces a gorgeous even moss stitch crochet scarf. With winter in full bloom, this is the perfect time to try your hand at a new project!

When I worked on this design I absolutely fell in love with the self pattering yarn I used to make this beautiful even moss stitch scarf. This yarn creates a mesmorising Fair Isle pattern that looks very unique and is a fun way to add some creative flair to your scarf. If you would like to find out which yarn this is then keep on reading! 😉

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Free Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern – Pattern Notes

Skill level: begginer crochet skills and knowledge

Terminology: US crochet terminology

Finished size: 18.5cm (7.25″) wide and 131cm (51.5″) long if using a 4mm = G/6 hook and Light Worsted #3 = DK yarn

Gauge (4″ x 4″): 20 stitches x 24 worked rows

Note: you can easily customise the size of the scarf by chaining more or less stitches in the foundation chain or by crocheting more or less rows

 

Free Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern – Materials and Tools Needed

Yarn: I recommend using 100% acrylic or a blend of acrylic and wool. I also recommend using this yarn weight: Light Worsted #3 = DK but the pattern will also work with Medium #4 = Worsted

 

I used:

– Light Worsted #3 = DK

– 100% acrylic

– 3x ball of King Cole Fjord DK – colour Loen 4557 – (100g/250m)

– this is a self pattering yarn that creates a beautiful Fair Isle pattern as you crochet along

 

Crochet hook: I used 4mm = G/6 but refer to the instructions on your yarn label if using different weight of yarn. I recommend this crochet hook set that includes many crochet hook sizes but also yarn needles, stitch markers and other handy bits.

 

Tools used: scissors, yarn needle, measuring tape

 

Free Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern – Crochet Terminology Used

This pattern is written using US crochet terminology. Download my free Crochet Terminology Chart for UK terms here. You can print it and keep forever so you always have it to hand.

FCH: foundation chain

R: row

ST: stitch

CH: chain stitch

SS: slip stitch

HDC: half double crochet

TO: turn your work over

FO: fasten off

{…}: number shown inside these brackets equals the number of total stitches at the end of each round/row

 

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Start with Your Free Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

– You will crochet the scarf in rows until you have achieved the desired length and then will crochet (or sew if you prefer sewing) the two ends together.

– You will be using the even moss stitch, which means you will alternate between slip stitching in one stitch and half double crocheting in the next stitch.

– Even moss stitch is a double sided stitch which means your scarf will look indentical on both sides.

– I have used different solid colour yarn for the pattern photos so you can see the stitches better but you will achieve a beautiful pattern when using the King Cole Fjord DK

Watch this video tutorial that will show you step by step how to crochet the even moss stitch, how to change colours and how to count rows when working on a project using this crochet stitch. Please don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel to receive an update every time I publish a new video. 😉

 

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FCH: Chain 38 – chain more if you would like a wider scarf or less if you would like a narrower size, however always chain even number of stitches

 

R1:

– SS into the back bump of 2nd CH from the hook

– HDC into the back bump of the next chain = yarn over first, then insert your hook into the back bump of the next chain, yarn over and pull your hook through the back bump – you will have 3 loops left on the hook, yarn over and pull through the 3 loops on the hook

– continue to crochet into the back bump of each chain taking turns between SS and HDC (Pic 1)

– your last stitch in the row should always be SS

– CH1 and TO {37 excl CH1 at the end} (Pic 2)

note: count your sitches at the end of the row every now and then to make sure you have the correct count

 

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R2:

– SS into 2nd CH from the hook

– HDC into next ST

– continue to crochet across the row taking turns between SS and HDC

– remember your last stitch should always be SS

– CH1 and TO {37 excl CH1 at the end}

note: don’t worry if your scarf is a bit twisted at this stage, it will flatten out as you crochet along

 

R3 onwards:

– repeat R2 until you have achieved the desired length of your scarf – my scarf is 131cm (51.5″) long, which is 314 worked rows

– make sure to complete the last row so your finishing tail will be on the same side as your starting tail – this will help you achieve a nice neat seam when you crochet the scarf closed

 

Last row:

– SS into 2nd CH from the hook

– HDC into next ST

– continue to crochet across the row taking turns between SS and HDC {37}

– don’t FO and don’t cut the yarn off – you will now close the scarf by crocheting the two short sides together using slip stitches

 

How to close the crochet scarf:

– fold the scarf in half so the foundation chain is in the front and the last row in the back (Pic 3)

– you will be left with a yarn loop at the end of the last row so leave your hook in this loop

– insert the hook into the first stitch of the foundation chain; then insert the hook into the first stitch in the last row (Pic 4); and slip stitch

– continue to slip stitch the scarf closed by inserting your hook in the next stitch in the foundation chain and the corresponding stitch in the last row {37}

– once you have slip stitched all the way across (do not FO yet), turn the scarf inside out so the slip stitches are on the inside

– try your scarf on to see if it fits before you FO

– it you are not happy with the fit, you can adjust the length of the scarf by increasing or decreasing the number of rows

– if you are happy with the fit, then FO and weave both yarn ends in

– you should be left with a neat looking seem (Pic 5)

 

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How to change colours:

If you would like to change colours and create a stripy scarf you can follow the steps below:

– when working on the last SS at the end of a row: insert your hook into the last stitch; then yarn over with new colour and complete the SS (Pic 6)

– then CH1 using new colour (Pic 7) and TO

– continue to crochet as per row R2

 

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How to count rows when crocheting your infinity scarf:

– you can either count the loop rows or the worked rows – this tutorial is written using worked rows

– worked row = every single row you will crochet

– loop row = two worked rows; one row will consist of the loops and the other row will be squeezed in between the loop rows

 

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Free Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern – Watch the Video Tutorial

Watch this video tutorial that will show you step by step how to crochet the even moss stitch, how to change colours and how to count rows when working on a project using this crochet stitch. I have included both right handed and left handed versions for you. Please don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel to receive an update every time I publish a new video. 😉

 

Right handed

 

Left handed

 

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