Monday, March 4, 2013

Crochet Infinity Scarves

Vivienne Burgundy infinity scarf

How to crochet infinity scarves:
Worked in rounds, upwards.
Ch the number needed to achieve desired circumference. This depends on how many "wraps" you want for your scarf. I usually ch around 140 or 150.
Join ch, careful not to twist.
Work stitches (hdc, sc, or dc) across and you can join at the end of each round with a slip stitch, or just continue around in a spiral for a seamless loop.
Join at the end of the last round (# rounds depend on desired width).

I'm finding that I am really fad-functional. This means that I usually get into something and that something consumes my attention for a while, until I move onto the next fad.
As of late, even with spring just around the corner, I have been really feeling the whole infinity scarf thing. They are just so lovely and versatile. Not to mention they are really appealing in photographs. 

An infinity scarf is just a scarf that is connected into a circle. I think they are appealing because they don't have any detestable ends sticking out in nether-regions. It's a nice finish all around. Also, I think because it's much easier to wrap around one's neck than a standard rectangular long scarf. 

So, here are a few I've just finished making and posted in my Etsy shop.


  1. These are absolutely beautiful! I have been making long infinity scarves since September and have finally my request are for scoodies (infinity scarf with hats attached). Keep up the beautiful work!

    1. Thank you, Leshia!! I have been meaning to get into scoodies too. Do they take a lot longer to make?


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