Sweet Cream Infinity Scarf

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Sweet Cream Infinity Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern | Cowl | Cute and Cozy Crochet | I Love This Chunky | Hobby Lobby Yarn | Sand Frost | Beautiful Scarf | Easy Pattern | Beginner

Now that winter is inching closer and closer, chunky scarves are becoming more and more needed. The temperatures have been staying in the 30s around here and snow is falling every few days, though it isn’t staying. This beautiful infinity scarf has me loving these colder days.

Sweet Cream Infinity Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern | Cowl | Cute and Cozy Crochet | I Love This Chunky | Hobby Lobby Yarn | Sand Frost | Beautiful Scarf | Easy Pattern | Beginner

Just like with my Plumberry Infinity Scarf, I used Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Chunky. This yarn is so incredibly soft! I absolutely love it! The color I used is called Sand Frost, and it looks like sweet cream.

I also used a cool technique to cause a ribbed texture throughout. It is using the simple half double crochet stitch, but crocheting in the back horizontal bar of the half double crochet. The texture this creates is so beautiful and looks amazing with the chunky yarn.

Sweet Cream Infinity Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern | Cowl | Cute and Cozy Crochet | I Love This Chunky | Hobby Lobby Yarn | Sand Frost | Beautiful Scarf | Easy Pattern | Beginner

So I hope you enjoy this simple, yet beautiful pattern! Happy Crocheting!!

Sweet Cream Infinity Scarf | Free Crochet Pattern | Cowl | Cute and Cozy Crochet | I Love This Chunky | Hobby Lobby Yarn | Sand Frost | Beautiful Scarf | Easy Pattern | Beginner

Materials:

2 skeins size 5 bulky yarn (I used Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Chunky! in Sand Frost)

8 mm (L) crochet hook

Yarn Needle for sewing in ends

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Stitches:

ch – chain

hdc – half double crochet

sl st – slip stitch

Gauge:

3 hdc x 2 rows = 1 inch

Pattern:

ch 125,

Row 1: sl st in first chain to make a large circle (make sure you don’t twist the chain), ch 2, hdc in each stitch across, sl st in first hdc to join, turn.

Rows 2-13: ch 2, hdc in each back horizontal bar created between hdc of previous row (see below), sl st in first hdc to join, turn.

Finish off and sew in ends.

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11 thoughts on “Sweet Cream Infinity Scarf

  1. Thank you for that s great pattern! I have a question about where the location of the back horizontal bar is. I would think it would be the horizontal bar on the side that is away from me but the picture looks like it is on the side closest to me. Which is correct? Thank you!

    1. It will be the one closest to you. The reason it will appear to be in front is that you have turned at the end of the row. So all the stitches are now backwards. Does that make sense?

        1. You’re welcome! I hope you enjoy the scarf! When I’m connecting the chain, I usually gently pinch the chain all the way down and then connect it. That way it won’t twist.

          1. I think I finally got it not to twist! When you do the first hdc into the horizontal bar, do you go into the one closest to the chain or the next one?

          2. I’m so sorry I’m such a pain with all of my questions. At the end of the row, I slip stitch, turn, chain 2 and am ready for the next row. The bar is going to be on the side closest to me? Is the ribbing going to only be on one side or will it be alternating? It seems as though the ribbing is alternating for me. Thank you!!

          3. It shouldn’t be alternating. The bar will always be the closest loop to you after you’ve turned. And you will be going into the stitch closest to the chain.

      1. Thank you! The scarf is coming out absolutely fabulous!! I bought another skein of yarn to make another one for a friend who loved it. I extended more than 13 rows since my sister likes her scarves really bulky. My question is, does it matter whether I end on an odd or even row? Will that affect the pattern? Thank you!

        1. It doesn’t matter if it ends on an even or odd row. Have fun making it bigger! I probably would have, but only bought 2 skeins. 😉 If you post a picture of it on Facebook or Instagram, don’t forget to tag me @cuteandcozycrochets! I’d love to see how it turns out.

    1. It’s similar, but I believe the camel stitch is done in a round rather than turning after each row. You will be crocheting in the same loop as the camel stitch, though.

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