Easy Crochet Modern Infinity Scarf Pattern

Modern Infinity Scarf

The Easy Crochet Modern Infinity Scarf captures the essence of contemporary style with its clean lines and cozy feel. It’s a magnificent creation that masterfully mixes practicality with a dash of fashion-forward flair, perfect for enhancing any wardrobe. The texture of the scarf speaks volumes with its subtle sophistication, promising to be a delightful addition to your crochet collection. It’s best for crocheters of all levels, encouraging even beginners to produce a piece that’s as gratifying to make as it is to wear. Overall, it’s a splendid representation of handmade charm, offering warmth and style in equal measure. 

Crochet Modern Infinity Scarf

Modern Infinity Scarf

Skill Level:

  • Beginner


  • US crochet terminology

Finished Size:

  • Width: 7.25 inches (18.5cm)
  • Length: 51.5 inches (131cm) using a 4mm (G/6 hook) and Light Worsted #3 (DK yarn)


  • 20 stitches x 24 rows = 4″ x 4″

Materials and Tools:

  • Yarn: Light Worsted #3 = DK, 100% acrylic. Recommended: 3x balls of King Cole Fjord DK – color Loen 4557 (100g/250m)
  • Crochet Hook: 4mm = G/6 (adjust based on yarn weight)
  • Tools: Scissors, yarn needle, measuring tape.

Crochet Terminology:

  • FCH: Foundation Chain
  • R: Row
  • ST: Stitch
  • CH: Chain Stitch
  • SS: Slip Stitch
  • HDC: Half Double Crochet
  • TO: Turn Your Work Over
  • FO: Fasten Off

Crochet Modern Infinity Scarf


Foundation Chain:

  • FCH: Chain 38 (adjust the number for desired scarf width, but keep it an even number)

Row 1 (R1):

  • SS into the back bump of the 2nd CH from the hook
  • HDC into the back bump of the next chain
  • Alternate between SS and HDC across, ending the row with SS
  • CH1 and TO [37 stitches, exclusive of CH1 at the end]

For Row 2 (R2):

  • SS into the 2nd CH from the hook, then HDC into the next ST
  • Continue alternating between SS and HDC across, ending with SS
  • CH1 and TO [37 stitches, excluding CH1 at the end]

Row 3 Onwards:

  • Repeat Row 2 until the scarf reaches 131cm (51.5″) or your desired length.

Closing The Scarf:

  1. Don’t cut the yarn after the last row.
  2. Fold the scarf in half, aligning the foundation chain with the last row.
  3. With a loop left on the hook, slip-stitch the ends together by inserting the hook into the corresponding stitches of the foundation chain and the last row.
  4. Once done, turn the scarf inside out for a neat seam.

How to Change Colors:

  • To create a stripy effect, change colors on the last SS of a row by yarning over with the new color to complete the SS, then continue as usual.

Additional Notes:

  • The pattern creates a double-sided even moss stitch that looks identical on both sides.
  • For a visual guide and more detailed instructions, refer to the original video tutorials provided on the website.

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