Make this fast and easy crochet striped infinity scarf in your favorite school or team colors! This pattern is perfect for fall football games, homecoming, super fans, new college students and more. Made with bulky Lion Brand Color Made Easy yarn, this infinity scarf is fast to make and you have a lot of color options to mix and match. Keep reading for the free pattern.
An Easy Crochet Striped Infinity Scarf to Make While Watching Netflix
We’re past Labor Day weekend which means that school is in session! For all you crocheting moms and dads out there, that means it’s time to take a breather and treat yourself to some Netflix and crochet. But crocheting and watching TV at the same time takes a particular kind of project, and the Spirit Infinity Scarf is THAT project. Time to sit back and relax with your favorite show and some easy half double crochet stitches.
An Infinity Scarf in Your School or Team Colors.
Speaking of the kids being back in school, I designed this scarf with Homecoming and football games in mind. Lion Brand Color Made Easy yarn comes in 24 different colors which makes it easy to mix and match when you make this scarf in your school or favorite team colors. Of course you can use any yarn that you’d like to make this scarf, and I think it would be beautiful in tonal colors or neutrals, too.
A Crochet Pattern Perfect for Beginners
This pattern is so easy to make, it would be a great teaching pattern for children interested in learning to crochet. They would have fun picking their colors, and they would only need to use one stitch for the entire project!
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Spirit Infinity Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern
- Approximately 245 yards of Color A (Lion Brand Yarn Color Made Easy ‘Huckleberry’) and approx. 120 yards of Color B (Lion Brand Yarn Color Made Easy ‘Birch’). Another Category 5 (or 4) yarn could also be substituted. It may slightly change the finished size of the project.
- 6.0 mm crochet hook - I love Clover Amour
- Scissors - I always keep these travel scissors in my hook case
- Yarn needle
Abbreviations (written in U.S. terms):
- ch: chain
- sl st: slip stitch
- HDC: half double crochet
- Width = 7”
- Length (before joining) = 70”
- Chain stitches at the beginning of rows do not count as a st
Start with Color A
Row 1: HDC in the 3rd ch from the hook. HDC across (20). Turn.
**Every row from this point will follow these instructions: ch 2, HDC across (20). Turn.**
From this point each row will just indicate when to change colors.
Row 2-59: Color A
Row 60: Color B
Row 61-66: Color A
Row 67-68: Color B
Row 69-73: Color A
Row 74-76: Color B
Row 77-80: Color A
Row 81-84: Color B
Row 85-87: Color A
Row 88-92: Color B
Row 93-94: Color A
Row 95-100: Color B
Row 101: Color A
Row 102-121: Color B
Row 122-123: Color A
Row 124: Color B
Row 125-126: Color A
Row 127: Color B
Row 128-129: Color A
Row 130: Color B
Row 131: Color A
Tie off yarn leaving a long tail. Use the tail and a needle to sew Rows 1 and 131 together to form an infinity scarf.
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