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Sea Breeze Infinity Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

free crochet infinity scarf pattern

I named this scarf “Sea Breeze” because its texture and colors remind me of the beach when the sea is quiet and flat.
The interesting texture of this infinity scarf is created by combining several different stitches, such as front and back loop double crochet and the fun puff stitch.
The scarf is wrapped twice around the neck. and is perfect for a cold winter day, or a chilly fall day when you want that extra warmth.
For this scarf, I used the soft and squishy King Cole Cottonsoft Crush DK – Rhododendron, this yarn is 100% cotton and so nice on your skin, you can get it here!

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This scarf was first published in Simply Crochet Magazine, issue #97. If you prefer UK terminology you can purchase the magazine pattern HERE.

Skill level – intermediate

Materials
 Crochet hook 3.5 mm / E
200 gr DK weight yarn (100gr – 210m/230yd)
I used King Cole Cottonsoft Crush – Rhododendron

Finished Size – Circumference 150cm (59in), width 17cm (6.7in)

Abbreviations (US)

ch – Chain
ss – Slip stitch
yo – Yarn over 
blo – In back loop only
sc – Single crochet
hdc – Half double crochet
dc – Double crochet
FPdc – front post double crochet
BPdc – back post double crochet
Puff st – (Insert hook into next st, yo and pull up a loop) x 3 times working into same st, yo and pull through all 7 loops on hook

infinity scarf free crochet instructions

Pattern 

Ch 300, 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.
Round 1: Ch1 (counts as sc), sc in each ch across, ss to top of beg ch-1 to join.

Round 2: Ch1 (counts as sc), ch1.
* Skip st, sc blo in next st, ch1; repeat from * to last st, skip st, ss to top of beg ch-1 to join.

Round 3: Ss into next ch-1 (gap), ch2, puff st in same ch-1.
* Ch1, skip st, puff st in ch-1 (gap); repeat from * to last st, ch1, skip st, ss to top of first puff st (not beg ch-2) to join.

Round 4: Ch3 (counts as dc), dc blo in each st across, ss to top of beg ch-3 to join.

Round 5: Ch1 (counts as sc), ch1.
* Skip st, sc blo in next st, ch1; repeat from * to last st, skip st, ss to top of beg ch-1 to join.

Round 6: Ch3 (counts as dc), dc in each st across (each sc and ch-1 gap), ss to top of beg ch-3 to join.

Round 7: Ch2 (doesn’t count as st), FPdc in same st, BPdc in next st.
* FPdc in next st, BPdc in next st; repeat from * across, ss to top of first FPdc to join.

Round 8: Ch2 (counts as hdc), hdc blo in each st across, ss to top of beg ch-2 to join.

Round 9: Ch1 (counts as sc), ch1.
* Skip st, sc blo in next st, ch1; repeat from * to last st, skip st, ss to top of beg ch-1 to join.

Round 10: Ch3 (counts as dc), dc in each st across (each sc and ch-1 gap), ss to top of beg ch-3 to join.

Round 11: Ch1 (counts as sc), ch1.
* skip st, sc blo in next st, ch1; repeat from * to last st, skip st, ss to top of beg ch-1 to join.

Rounds 12-13: Ss into next ch-1 (gap), ch2, puff st in same ch-1.
* Ch1, skip st, puff st in ch-1 (gap); repeat from * to last st, ch1, skip st, ss to top of first puff st (not beg ch-2) to join.

Rounds 14-15: Ch3 (counts as dc), dc blo in each st across, ss to top of beg ch-3 to join.

 Round 16: Ch1 (counts as sc), ch1.
* Skip st, sc blo in next st, ch1; repeat from * to last st, skip st, ss to top of beg ch-1 to join.

Round 17: Ch3 (counts as dc), dc in each st across (each sc and ch-1 gap), ss to top of beg ch-3 to join.

Round 18: Ch2 (doesn’t count as st), FPdc in same st, BPdc in next st.
* FPdc in next st, BPdc in next st; repeat from * across, ss to top of first FPdc to join.

Round 19: Ch3 (counts as dc), dc in each st across, ss to top of beg ch-3 to join.

Round 20: Ss to next st, ch2 (doesn’t count as st), FPdc in same st, BPdc in next st.
* FPdc in next st, BPdc in next st; rep across, ss to top of first FPdc to join.

** The purpose of the ss in the beginning of the row is to create a shift between FPdc sts of rounds 18 and 20.

Round 21: Ch3 (counts as dc), dc blo in each st across, ss to top of beg ch-3 to join.

Round 22: Ch1 (counts as sc), ch1.
* skip st, sc blo in next st, ch1; rep to last st, skip st, ss to top of beg ch-1 to join.

Round 23: Ss to next ch-1 (gap), ch2, puff st in same ch-1.
* Ch1, skip st, puff st in ch-1 (gap); rep to last st, ch1, skip st, ss to top of first puff st (not beg ch-2) to join.

Round 24: Ch1 (counts as sc), sc blo in each st across, ss to top of beg ch-1 to join.

Yay, you’re done! 😊
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Did you try this out? Let me know how it went and leave a comment below!

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(9) Comments

  1. Mary Hoge says:

    This is absolutely gorgeous! I cannot wait to find the right yarn and give it a try. I will try and post a photo of it when I finish it. It may be Spring before I get it done, but I will do it.

    1. Thank you Mary, can’t wait to see how your scarf turns out!

  2. This new pattern has me digging through my stash for yarn to start this TONIGHT! Thank you, and a very happy holiday season to you.

    1. I’m happy you’re excited about the pattern, and would love to see your scarf when it’s done!

  3. Eva Reynolds says:

    Can you also use a fingering weight yarn for this pattern? I have 430 yards of 80% Merino wool/20% nylon that I would love to use.

    1. Hi Eva,
      If you use Fingering yarn, you should use a smaller hook, and will need to increase the beginning chains to get the correct length, just keep it an even number of chains.
      Another option is to use 2 strands together and try and work the pattern as it is.

  4. Eva Reynolds says:

    Will fingering weight yarn work for this pattern? I have 430 yards of 80% Superwash Merino Wool/20% Nylon that I would love to use!

  5. Sandy R says:

    Thanks for sharing for the blog hop. I love the texture this creates. I may try this for a baby blanket.

    1. This is such a great idea! Would love to see it if you give it a try!

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