Lightweight Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern (Free)

Last Updated on July 11, 2024

The Clover Fan Infinity Scarf is a modern crochet infinity scarf.

The pattern is using a unique stitch combination with a lacy yarn and creates a beautifully lightweight infinity scarf crochet pattern.

This delicate crochet scarf will suit any wardrobe, from everyday clothes to elegant evening wear.

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This lightweight infinity scarf crochet pattern is crocheted with a Fingering (#1) yarn. Combining a thin yarn with the pattern’s stitch combination creates a unique and kind of lacey crochet scarf.

For this textured crochet infinity scarf, I used the beautiful Clover Fan stitch with slight modifications to add more texture and emphasize different areas of the pattern.

If you are looking for more crochet infinity scarf patterns, check out Infinity Scarves Round Up Post for more inspiration!

 

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The Clover Fan Crochet Stitch

I have a few crochet stitch books, and every now and then I like to browse them for new stitches. Whenever a stitch pattern catches my eye, I mark the page.

When I received the Stroll Tonal yarn from WeCrochet, I just knew I had the perfect pattern for this yarn!

The uniqueness of the Clover Fan stitch,  creates textured and big crochet fan stitches, that are made from this kind of cluster or puff stitch with “2 legs”. 

When you first look at this stitch pattern, it looks a bit like a textured crochet chevron infinity scarf pattern. But when you get a closer look, you see the beautiful Clover cluster stitches.

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Infinity Scarf PDF Pattern
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Inspiration For Your Clover Fan Infinity Scarf

If you want to get inspired when you look for the right yarn for your crochet scarf, here are the beautiful Clover Fan scarves made by my wonderful testers!



Clover Fan – Free Lightweight Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern


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Skill Level – Intermediate

Materials

3.5 mm / E crochet hook (I like this hook)
– 150gr/940m/1025yds Fingering (#1) weight yarn (I used Knit Picks – Stroll Tonal).

Abbreviations (US)

ch chain
st stitch
ss – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
blo – work in back loop only
yo – yarn over
sp – space
CVC: Clover Cluster – see special stitches for instructions.
h-CVC: Half Clover Cluster – see special stitches for instructions.
(…) – crochet the instructions within brackets as many times as directed.

How to Crochet a Clover Cluster (CVC)

First leg: (yo, insert hook into previously worked st, yo and pull up a loop) x 2 times working into same st, with 5 loops on hook continue to work the second leg.
Second leg: (yo, insert hook into 2nd indicated st, yo and pull up a loop) x 2 times working into same st, with 9 loops on hook, yo and pull yarn through 8 loops, yo again and pull yarn through remaining 2 loops. 

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How to Crochet a Half Clover Cluster (h-CVC)

(yo, insert hook into previously indicated st, yo and pull up a loop) x 2 times working into same st, with 5 loops on hook, yo and pull yarn through 4 loops, yo again and pull yarn through remaining 2 loops. 

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Finished size
Circumference 53’’ (134 cm), width 6’’ (15.2 cm)

Gauge (in pattern) – 25sts and 15 rows = 4 in/10 cm with 3.5 mm / E hook.

Notes

  • Ch1 at the beginning of the round does not count as a stitch.
  • Ch3 at the beginning of the round counts as 1 dc.
  • How to change the circumference of the scarf: you can change the circumference of the scarf (or even make a cowl) by keeping a multiple of 18 chains in the beginning chain.

 

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Crochet Diagram for the Clover Fan Infinity Scarf

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Clover Fan Crochet Infinity Scarf Written Pattern


Round 1:
1sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1sc in each ch across to last ch (don’t work into last ch), don’t turn. (323 sc)

** Work into the back-middle loop of the chain to create a smoother edging. 

Bring the 2 edges together, make sure there are no twists.

Insert hook into last ch (don’t pull up the loop), insert hook into 1st ch of the row and with 3 loops on the hook pull up the yarn through 2 loops, yo and pull yarn through 2 remaining loops (working as sc), ss into 1st sc, finishing with 324 sc.

  • If you prefer, you can use the regular method: ch 324 (or a multiple of 18 without the turning ch), ss to join the end ch to the beginning ch and place the marker, being careful to keep the chain straight. Do not allow it to twist. Then ch1 and work sc around, ss to 1st

Round 2: ch1, 1sc in 1st sc, skip next 2 sc, 5dc in next sc, skip next 2 sc.
* 1sc in next sc, skip next 2 sc, 5dc in next sc, skip next 2 sc; repeat from * to the end of the round, ss to 1st sc. (54 sc, 270 dc [54 5dc])

Round 3: ch1, 1sc in 1st sc, 1ss in blo of next 5 dc.
* 1sc in next sc, 1ss in blo of next 5 dc; repeat from * to the end of the round, ss to 1st sc. (54 sc, 270 ss blo [54 5ss blo])
** Work the slip stitches a bit lose, you will be working the Clover Cluster stitch into their back loop next round.

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Round 4:
 ch3 (counts as 1dc here and throughout), 4dc in same 1st sc, skip next 2 ss, 1sc in blo of next ss, ch1, skip next 3 sts [2ss+1sc], h-CVC in blo of next ss, ch2, (CVC in blo of same ss you just worked into & in blo of next ss, ch2)x 4 times, h-CVC in blo of same ss you just worked last CVC into, ch1, skip next 3 sts [1sc+2ss], 1sc in blo of next ss.

* skip next 2 ss, 5dc in next sc, skip next 2 ss, 1sc in blo of next ss, ch1, skip next 3 sts [2ss+1sc], h-CVC in blo of next ss, ch2, (CVC in blo of same ss you just worked into & in blo of next ss, ch2)x 4 times, h-CVC in blo of same ss you just worked last CVC into, ch1, skip next 3 sts [1sc+2ss], 1sc in blo of next ss; repeat from * to the end of the round, ss to top of ch-3. (36 sc, 90 dc, 36 h-CVC, 72 CVC, 90 ch-2 sp, 36 ch-1 sp)

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Round 5:
ss into next 2 dc, ch1, 1sc in same dc, skip next 4 sts [2d+1sc+ch1], h-CVC in top of next h-CVC, ch2, (CVC in top of same CVC you just worked into & in top of next CVC, ch2)x 5 times, h-CVC in same h-CVC you just worked last CVC into, skip next 4 sts [ch1+1sc+2d].

*  1sc in next dc, skip next 4 sts [2d+1sc+ch1], h-CVC in top of next h-CVC, ch2, (CVC in top of same CVC you just worked into & in top of next CVC, ch2)x 5 times, h-CVC in same h-CVC you just worked last CVC into, skip next 4 sts [ch1+1sc+2d] ; repeat from * to the end of the round, ss to 1st sc. (18 sc, 36 h-CVC, 90 CVC, 108 ch-2 sp)

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Round 6: ch1, 1sc in blo of 1st sc, 1sc in blo of each st (including chains) to the end of the round, ss to 1st sc. (360 sc blo)

Round 7: ch1, 1sc in 1st sc, skip next 3 sc, 5dc in next sc, (skip next 2 sc, 1sc in next sc, skip next 2 sc, 5dc in next sc)x 2 times, skip next 3 sc.
* 1sc in next sc, skip next 3 sc, 5dc in next sc, (skip next 2 sc, 1sc in next sc, skip next 2 sc, 5dc in next sc)x 2 times, skip next 3 sc; repeat from * to the end of the round, ss to 1st sc. (54 sc, 270 dc, [54 5dc])

Work rounds 3-7 twice more.

Work rows 3-5, then continue to row 8.

Round 8: ch1, 1ss in blo of 1st sc, 1sc in blo of next 19 sts (including chains).
* 1ss in blo of next sc, 1sc in blo of next 19 sts (including chains; repeat from * to the end of the round, ss to 1st ss. (18 ss blo, 342 sc blo)
Fasten off.



Fall into Autumn Blog Hop

This pattern is part of the Fall into Autumn Blog Hop which is hosted by RaeLynn from Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’ and Sarah from Ned and Mimi.

Every day during September, a different PDF pattern will be available for FREE with the code and link you will find in the round up post.

The Clover Fan Infinity Scarf was available for FREE for 24 hours on Sept. 24th.

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2 Comments

  1. I just rec’d and printed out the pattern Clover Fan Infinity Scarf and have a question. This is made into a “round”.. Is it possible to make it as a rectangular flat shawl, or wrap? If i didn’t join the beginning chains, and made it three times the width (crocheting the pattern 3 times, back to back.) would that turn out?
    I’m thinking of making this into a prayer shawl for someone with lots of physical problems.
    I would have to make each “end” flat somehow. Or at least “finished” somehow.
    Any suggestions? It is a beautiful pattern. Elegant yet fancy.
    Just wondering if anyone else has made it flat rather than circular.
    Thanks!!

    1. Hi Marilyn, yes you can work this pattern flat, back and forth.
      You will just have to noticed when you have a back loop stitch, and you are on the wrong side, to work it as a front loop instead.
      I hope it helps, this will make a beautiful prayer shawl!

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