Butterscotch Infinity Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern
Welcome back to the 2018 Scarf of the Month Club!
I am so excited to share an additional pattern with you this month! My other pattern contribution is a different take on a scarf pattern from last year’s Scarf of the Month Club. A friend recently saw my Butterscotch Button Cowl and asked if I could make it into an infinity scarf for her. Scroll down to check out the FREE crochet pattern for my Butterscotch Infinity Scarf. I hope you enjoy it! Happy Crocheting!
Join us for the November 2018 scarf patterns!
Back by popular demand, Rhondda and I are hosting the Scarf of the Month Club CAL in 2018. We will each have a new free scarf/cowl/neckwarmer pattern on our blogs each month, for 12 months! Plus, we will have 12 amazing designers that will be joining us and will each be contributing a new free crochet scarf pattern as well!
If you want to know more about the Scarf of the Month Club CAL, including the schedule, please visit this intro post.
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Click here to see Rhondda’s November Pattern: Easy Hooded Scarf Pattern
Click here to see my other November Pattern: Icing on Top Ripple Scarf
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Butterscotch Infinity Scarf
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- Approximately 500 yds of Category 4 Medium Weight Yarn; I used Lion Brand Heartland* in the Yellowstone colorway
- Size J 6mm Crochet Hook*
- Yarn Needle* for weaving ends
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
sp(s) – space(s)
st(s) – stitch(es)
t-ch – turning chain
() – indicates stitch counts
* – indicates instructions to be repeated
11.6 stitches & 8.8 rows = 4″ (in pattern stitch)
Approximately 11″ wide and 55″ long, before seamed
- This pattern is written in US terms.
- Sizing will vary depending on how tightly or loosely you crochet. Gauge is not necessary for this pattern but if you would like to keep the sizing the same, please check your gauge before starting this project.
- This project is worked flat and then seamed at the ends to create an infinity scarf. If you wish to have a regular scarf, you can leave the ends open.
herringbone double crochet (herringbone dc):
- Yarn over, insert hook into indicated stitch
- Yarn over, pull up a loop, pull through first loop on hook
- Yarn over, pull through first loop on hook
- Yarn over, pull through both remaining loops on hook
Row 1: 1 dc into the 4th ch from hook (sk ch-3 count as 1 dc), 1 dc into each remaining st across, turn. (32 sts)
Row 2: Ch 3 (count as 1 dc here and throughout), 1 herringbone dc into each st across working the last st into the t-ch, turn. (32 sts)
Row 3-121: Repeat Row 2
- Sc evenly around entire scarf, working 2 sc into each corner, join in beginning sc.
- Fasten off, leave a long tail for sewing.
- Bring both ends of the scarf together so that beginning row meets the end row.
- Using the yarn tail and yarn needle, whip stitch the ends together.
- Weave all ends.
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I love this butterscotch scarf, love the color and the pattern.
This is lovely. I’m so glad you wrote it to be worked flat–I don’t like cowls, so when I see one with stitching I like, I usually have to figure out how to make it into a scarf. You’ve done that work for me! I might not make it quite as wide, but I’m looking forward to making this. I haven’t used the herringbone dc yet, so that’s another fun thing to learn. Thank you!