Well, we got some snow this weekend! I know it seems early for most of the world, but up here in Canada (especially Calgary) it is totally normal to get our first snowfall of the season in September. The good news is that I was able to get some wintery photos of this cozy warm, chunky infinity scarf for you guys!
I created this pattern with the hockey rink in mind. I spend a lot of time during the fall and winter months watching my kids practice in freezing cold arenas. Sometimes they turn on the heat lamps, and sometimes they don’t… but with this scarf I know I’ll be comfortable either way!
This easy to crochet scarf is extra long, which means it can be wrapped around your neck multiple times for that added layer of warmth. I used a bulky weight yarn to make sure that it felt extra thick and cozy too.
I have written out and posted the free pattern for this scarf below on this page.
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Let it Snow Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern
Here is what you will need to make this cozy winter scarf:
- A size N (9 mm) crochet hook.
- 6 skeins (816 yards) Knit Picks Brava Bulky Weight Yarn in Cobblestone Heather.
- Yarn Needle to weave in ends.
- 126 inches (10.5 feet) long before folding in half.
- 8 inches wide.
SC: Single Crochet.
DC: Double Crochet.
V-ST: V-Stitch – DC, CH1, DC in specified stitch.
Chain 275 (or an odd number).
Row 1: SC in second chain from hook, and in each remaining chain. CH1, turn.
Row 2: SC in each sc. CH3, turn.
Row 3: *Skip next sc, V-stitch in next SC; repeat from * to last 2 sc, skip next sc, DC in last sc; CH1, turn.
Row 4: SC in first two dc *skip ch1, SC in next two dc; repeat from * to end of row (turning chain from previous row counts as last dc), CH 1, turn.
Repeat rows 2 to 4 four more times.
Complete one more repeat of row 2 to finish off the scarf. Fasten off and weave in all loose ends.
Fold in half and sew the ends together to create infinity scarf.
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