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A Fun Crochet Infinity Scarf
The Roses On Repeat Infinity Scarf is a very fun crochet project! You’ll really enjoy making and wearing this cozy infinity scarf pattern.
The stitches used in this modern crochet pattern are easy and interesting. They will keep your interest throughout the whole project.
Watching the pretty little roses bloom off your hook is a delight. It’s hard to put this project down. You’ll be done with this modern crochet scarf in no time and will want to make another.
You can purchase the pattern on Etsy or Ravelry now or keep reading to find out more about the crochet infinity scarf and pattern details.
A Super Warm Winter Infinity Scarf
Here in New England it gets COLD in the winter. I’m not a fan of the cold and to make matters worse I’m one of those people who is always cold. Bad combo!
So when I design a modern crochet scarf I am not fooling around. My number one priority is warmth. You can bet your bottom dollar the Roses on Repeat Crochet Infinity Scarf will keep you toasty warm.
It’s made out of worsted weight yarn and the stitches are compact making a nice thick toasty barrier between you and the cold winter wind, snow, sleet, and ice.
In addition, the infinity scarf is designed to wrap around you neck twice and stands up nice and tall so your entire neck from your collar bone to chin is covered twice.
There’s nothing worse than a wimpy scarf. This is definitely NOT a wimpy scarf. This is a super warm winter scarf for people who live in cold climates.
I think the written pattern is quite clear and easy to follow.Aarti – Tester
An Inspiring Colorful Crochet Infinity Scarf
Are you looking for a project that will inspire your creative side? If yes, this is the perfect project for you.
Your creative side will have a blast choosing the colors for this modern crochet scarf.
I used a cream for the body of my scarf. But don’t be afraid to choose a bold color for the base of the project. It will look fantastic no matter what colors you choose!
Scroll to the end of this post to see all the amazing colors the testers used for their scarves.
…those roses are just so cute! This pattern is the perfect quick-finish Christmas/holiday present. I’d say it’s easily finished within a double Christmas movie feature!Sarah – Tester
Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern PDF Details
You can make this pattern! Although the stitch looks fancy, it is very easy. The only stitches you need to know are double crochet, single crochet, and chain. Bobbles and V Stitches are also used in the pattern. However you do not need prior experience of these stitches because I explain them in detail in the pattern.
Your pattern purchase includes an easy to read 7 page pdf.
You won’t get stuck anywhere in this pattern. It is clear and easy to follow because, like all of my patterns, it has been tested and professionally tech edited.
Included in the pattern are photos of the finished project and a stitch chart. However, you do not need to know how to read a chart to complete this project. I have written out all the instructions for every stitch in the pattern.
The pattern is written in US terms.
The pattern is very clear and if you have a question I am here for you. I have a dedicated pattern support email listed at the end of the pattern. You can email me directly anytime!
Here is what you will need
- Worsted Weight Yarn – I used Lion Brand Yarns Touch of Alpaca Yarn, 4-medium (90% acrylic, 10 alpaca, 207yds/190m, 3.5oz/100g), color A-Cream 2 skeins, color B-Olive 1 skein, color C-Blush Rose 1 skein
- Crochet hook size US H/8 (5 mm)
- Tapestry needle
Such a beautiful Scarf. I enjoyed making it. It is very easy to make and the pattern is very easy to follow.Cat – Tester
Don’t have any Touch of Alpaca at your local store? You can substitute any worsted weight yarn.
Here are three yarns my testers recommend:
- Hobbii Fluffy Day Yarn
- Lion Brand Yarns Basic Stitch Anti Pilling Yarn
- Lion Brand Yarns Heartland Yarn
Speaking of Crochet Testers
Here are some inspiring Roses on Repeat Crochet Infinity Scarf by a few of my talented testers.
Be sure to check them out on Instagram (by clicking on their names in the photo credits) if you’d like to see more of their beautiful work.
If you liked this, check out the Roses on Repeat Sweater
Earlier in the year I designed the Roses on Repeat Sweater. It’s been a big hit. So much so that I decided to use the stitch again to design this scarf.
If you would like a bigger project with this same stitch then definitely check out the sweater! You can find the pattern page HERE.
I wanted to (crochet) the Roses on Repeat sweater earlier this year, but didn’t have time. I felt like the scarf would be faster and help me to get a better understanding of if I’d like to do the sweater at a later time.Dorothy – tester
Mary Beth Cryan has been designing crochet patterns for over 4 years. Prior, Mary Beth worked as a professional illustrator and product designer with a specialty in paper crafts for 18 years. She has authored and illustrated 17 paper craft books, countless pop-up greeting cards, and many paper craft kits. She received 3 LOUIE Awards from the National Greeting Card Association. Some of her clients included MoMA (Museum of Modern Art NYC), American Girl, Dover Publications, Peter Pauper Press, Ranger Rick Magazine, Highlights magazine and many others. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Syracuse University in 2000.