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Super Cozy Infinity Scarf (Crochet) Pattern & Tutorial

Merry Christmas! The kids are still asleep, presents are sitting under the tree waiting for them to tear it open! That leaves me a little time for this post and then it's breakfast cooking!

So... I love to wear scarves (and beanies)... I prefer an infinity scarf or cowl over the traditional because it stays on me better. That doesn't mean I don't like the traditional scarves... There are ways to make it stay!

Let's talk about CHUNKY pieces. They're cozy and some make a bold statement.... all of which I love! :) I absolutely love working with Lion Brand's Wool Ease Thick & Quick Yarn. It's one of my favorite super bulky yarn. There are great colors and the Coney Island is one loved by all!

This Cozy Infinity Scarf has great texture and it's really easy to work up so it's great for beginners! Since it's worked in super bulky yarn, it makes for a quick project you can whip up last minute. There's nothing more gratifying than finishing a project & saying "I made that!"! This is great if you're looking for a last minute handmade gift for someone!

The Scarf uses 3 skeins (balls) of yarn, measures 64 inches in circumference & 9 inches wide. There is a total of 16 rounds.


Super Bulky Yarn | Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick & Quick |Color Coney Island (3 balls)US N/15 10.00mm Crochet Hook | Heart Sprinkle

Tape Measure

Tapestry Needle

Stitch Marker (Optional)


ch - Chain

st(s) - Stitch(es)

sl st - Slip Stitch

sc - Single Crochet

dc - Double crochet


I recommenced measuring as you go for the size you want.


Ch 96 sts or as many even number of sts as you'd like to get the circumference you want (additional length may require more yarn).

Join to the first ch st with a sl st. Be careful not to twist your ch sts.

Round 1: ch1 (does not count as a st). 1sc into the same st (place marker here if needed), 1dc into the next st, *1sc into the next st, 1dc into the next st. Repeat from * around. Sl st to the first sc st.

Round 2: ch3 (counts as a dc st) AND TURN YOUR WORK (Place marker on 3rd chain if needed). 1sc into the nex st, *1dc into the next st, 1sc into the next st. Repeat from * around. Sl st to the 3rd ch of the beginning ch3.

Note: You will now work your sc sts into the previous dc sts & you will work your dc sts in the previous sc sts.

Round 3: ch1 (does not count as a st) AND TURN YOUR WORK. 1sc into the same st (place marker here if needed), 1dc into the next st, *1sc into the next st, 1dc into the next st. Repeat from * around. Sl st to the first sc st.

Repeat Rounds 2 & 3 for a total of 16 rounds or until scarf measures approx. 9 inches or as tall as you’d like (easily adjustable). When I designed the scarf, I ended at the round which I felt I had no more yarn to continue another round. The number of rounds may differ depending on your tension.

Fasten off & weave in all ends. Because you turned your work at every round, this scarf is the same on both sides so it's reversible.

That's it! Easy right?


My goal was to use up my all 3 skeins. This is the method of joining I used when adding the other skein: The magic knot method. Of course, you can add new yarn however you like!

Note: The knot is more noticeable with heavier weight yarn.



Super Cozy Infinity Scarf

Video Tutorial



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