This is a free version of my Charisma Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern. This chunky crochet scarf is quick and easy to make using your favorite bulky/chunky yarn. Ready for a crochet project that will keep you warm and cozy? Continue reading for the instructions and the story behind this pattern.
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This scarf is made with a bulky yarn that makes it warm and cozy. The ribbed-knit stitch gives it a soft, squishy texture and creates a seamless loop. It’s super fun to make, and a perfect beginner-friendly pattern for anyone looking for some relaxing crochet therapy.
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This ribbed infinity scarf is made using Charisma yarn by Loops & Threads (100% acrylic). You can easily adjust the length of your scarf, but I’ve found that two whole skeins of Charisma yarn is the perfect amount for one cozy infinity scarf. A few of my favorite substitutes for this yarn are listed below:
Bernat Softee Chunky (100% acrylic)
Lion Brand Hue + Me (80% acrylic, 20% wool)
You can also try combining two strands of worsted-weight yarn to make your own chunky yarn!
Any bulky yarn will work perfectly fine, the trick is using a larger crochet hook to make your stitches softer and make your scarf chunkier. The bulky yarn helps it works up quickly, making this a great pattern for creating handmade holiday gifts that everyone will love! Who doesn’t want a soft, chunky infinity scarf to make their winter a little cozier?
Crochet Hook: 11.5mm
Yarn: Bulky (weight 5)
Recommended: Charisma yarn by Loops & Threads – 2 balls about 218 yds
Other: Scissors and a yarn needle for weaving in ends
4” x 4” swatch = 9 sts x 6 rows, worked over HDC in the BLO
LENGTH: Approximately 72″
(Quick tip: it’s easier to fold the scarf in half and measure 36″ )
WIDTH: Approximately 6.75″
|Hdc||Half double crochet|
- This is an easy/beginner level crochet pattern
- Pattern written in US crochet terms
- The stitch count at the end of each row is shown in parenthesis ( )
- The ch 1 at the beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.
- Your finished scarf should be about 72″ long, however, you can always adjust the length if you prefer longer or shorter infinity loops.
- Using Charisma yarn by Loops & Threads, I typically just continue adding rows until I’ve used up 2 balls of yarn, leaving enough yardage at the end to seam the scarf together.
- A good substitute for this yarn is Bernat Softee Chunky (super bulky, weight 6).
Charisma Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern:
Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Hdc in each ch across. (14)
Row 2: Ch 1, turn. Hdc in each st across. Crochet in the back loops only until you get to the last st. Hdc through both loops on the last st. (14)
Repeat ROW 2 until your scarf measures about 72″ long (or 36″ folded in half).
End with an even number of rows to create a seamless loop.
Continue to finishing Instructions. Do not cut the yarn.
Fold your scarf in half so that the first & last rows are lined up. When folded, the last row should be facing WS out & the first row facing RS out.
Create a seam with a row of slip stitches.
Cut the yarn and FO, weave in yarn ends. You’re all done!
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