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Simple crocheted infinity scarf

A Simple infinity scarf, with the emphasis on Simple!  Last month was the birthday of one of my younger sisters and when I asked what she wanted for her birthday she did not hesitate:  a crocheted scarf and she already had a pattern in mind.  Before long she emailed me the pattern of  the “Artfully Simple Scarf” designed by Tamara Kelly from  Tamara is very talented and this pattern is a winner.



I used 1 skein worsted wight yarn, Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable is a great choice.  But if you have leftover thick and thin yarn or maybe some mohair, that will work too.

The original pattern at, can be found right here.

The pattern is worked in a spiral and the first two rows are probably a bit annoying.  The starting chain might twist but as soon as you finish two rounds you’ll see how easy this pattern is and how fast it goes.  For beginners use the visual chart, it is easier than a written pattern.

crochet infinity scarf


My changes in the instructions:  I started out with 250 chains, not 210.  I prefer a roomy scarf, not too tight around my neck.

After the 6th and 13th row I added one row of Mohair Yarn.  Just to glam it up a bit..

You can wear it long:


Or doubled up as a cowl:



This is a picture of the actual stitch pattern:


Well, this one will be in the mail soon:

red heart unforgettable

I have only one problem, I cannot stop!  I had to make this one too:

red heart unforgettableI added some purple mohair.

crochet infinity cowl


Don’t you think they are lovely?  And, Oh Boy,  Red Heart has even more color choices …

crochet cowl



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  1. Ik vind hem prachtig! Ook de foto’s zijn mooi. Dank je voor de link naar het patroon. De wol die je hebt gebruikt is ook mooi van kleur. Je zus zal er wel heel blij mee zijn. Groeten, Marion

  2. Prachtig Hetty ! Ze zijn heel mooi.

  3. What a pretty scarf Hetty! I love the colors and it looks light, but still warm and cozy! What a wonderful gift!

  4. Beautiful!

  5. Gorgeous and such a quick way to whip up something new for fall! thanks so much for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

  6. These are so pretty!! I love the yarn, and what a beautiful pattern. You did such a great job 🙂

  7. That is so lovely and warm I guess!

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