This Seaside infinity scarf is perfect for chilly ocean nights, or just a winter’s day that needs cheering up. In this pattern, I utilized the moss stitch, a simple yet powerful stitch for color-working.
Make this crochet moss stitch scarf using this step by step tutorial and Red Heart roll with it variegated TWEED yarn. The scarf works up quickly, and the moss stitch leaves the ends perfectly straight without blocking. This pattern is for a child's scarf (1 skein), but it can easily be adapted for an adult by increasing the width of the scarf in increments of two stitches, then increasing the length as desired (2 skeins)."
This gorgeous Faerie Magic Infinity Scarf is made using one Caron Cake in the Faerie Cake colorway. There is no need to change color with this amazing color-changing yarn. The beautiful texture of this scarf is created using the moss stitch (also known as the crunch stitch.) This pattern includes a link for a photo tutorial of the moss stitch. This scarf is worked flat and then seamed at the ends to form an infinity scarf.
Are you looking for an exciting project to participate in a crochet exhibition? Work on this quick and easy ocean breeze scarf pattern. You require Red Heart super soft Ombre or blue shade yarn and a 6.00mm crochet hook to make this loveable scarf. No doubt, this scarf is long, but you would adore it. If you don’t like it large, go for a smaller ocean breeze scarf with the same pattern and yarn. oombawkadesign
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:
"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."