The Sarah Scarf is named after my mother and it reflects her personality so well, simple but beautiful! This is a one skein project that can be made in 3 different lengths. It works up quickly and a beginner can do it! The Sarah Scarf is perfect for gifts or to sell! I used Hobby Lobby I love this yarn for this project. To make the long infinity style takes exactly 1 skein. To make it shorter takes less than a skein. I love how soft and warm this yarn is! It is my go-to yarn for hats, scarves, and blankets. It’s a worsted (#4) weight yarn that is 100% acrylic.
"The primrose infinity scarf is made with 2 skeins of Hobby Lobby's I love this yarn which you can use more or less depending on the size you choose to make your scarf. Using I love this yarn from hobby lobby makes this scarf thick and squishy and very warm! Included in this pattern you will find the stitch multiples to make it any size you want plus and video tutorial on our YouTube channel!"
"The Criss Cross Ridges Infinity Scarf has so much fun texture and works up nice and quickly! It’s so soft and squishy, while also being a nice weight for milder temperatures between seasons. This infinity scarf is long enough to wrap twice. It comes out to approximately 60 inches in length. This scarf looks super fun in this self-striping rainbow effect yarn, but would also look beautiful made with one solid color of yarn. When finished, this infinity scarf is approximately 60 inches long and 6 inches wide. I hope you love making this scarf! "
"This Easy and Quick Infinity Scarf is perfect for a beginner and experienced crocheters alike. The pattern uses basic crochet stitches and repeats one row, and it can be made with any worsted weight yarn. As I was taking photos of this basic infinity scarf, I realized how lovely they would look paired together. The result is a chunky infinity cowl that has a two-toned color. What a gorgeous festive look for the cold days. Make this in neutral colors and wear this year-round as a fashion accessory. Oh, and did I say it only takes one skein of yarn?"
"The Retro Infinity Scarf uses warm colors and the moss (or linen) stitch to create a woven striped pattern perfect for fall. Using bulky (5) weight yarn, this infinity scarf works up quickly and is a great gift for any scarf lover (or yourself!). You will love the stretchy and squishy feeling of this infinity scarf. You can choose any colors you wish and any bulky (5) weight yarn to make it your own. Mindless and easy to work up, beginners and experienced crocheters alike will love this pattern."
So, a bit of infinity wasn’t enough? How about some more? Here is the Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf. While it looks deceptively complex and difficult, it is quite easy. In particular it’s great for bunching up as a cowl or a loose fitting scarf.
The original pattern and the photos are available on Moogly blog: