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The KJ Scarf is a beautiful and simple crochet infinity scarf that uses bulky weight yarn!
I designed the KJ Hat crochet pattern in 2018 and I knew a matching scarf would be lovely with it!
Well, I finally got around to designing it and I decided to make it an infinity scarf. The great thing about this scarf is that it is very versatile and can be made as long or as short as you prefer.
This crochet infinity scarf pattern calls for 130-150 yards bulky (#5) weight yarn. I used Red Heart Soft Essentials for my scarf.
Red Heart Soft Essentials yarn is one of my favorite bulky #5 weight yarns. It comes in a beautiful variety of colors. It is 100% acrylic and is super soft!
I have used it for several projects, including the Charlotte Cardigan crochet pattern.
The KJ Infinity Scarf crochet pattern is rated Easy in pattern difficulty. It features the extended single crochet stitch. If you can do the basic single crochet stitch you can master this stitch.
KJ Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern
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130-150 yards bulky #5 weight yarn
M (8.0mm) crochet hook
4 esc x 4 rounds = 2” within pattern
Gauge is not super important in this pattern. It’s okay if you’re off a bit.
25” x 6” laid flat
Easily customizable in both length and width.
Stitches Needed & Abbreviations
st (s) – stitch(es)
ch (s) – chain(s)
esc – extended single crochet
blo- back look only
Pattern is worked in a continuous round, with stitch marker used to mark the beginning of each round.
Stitch can be worked in any number of stitches to add length.
To add width continue working rounds until you get to desired width.
Ch 96, join to 1st ch.
Round 1: Ch 1 (place your stitch marker in your first stitch), 1 esc in each ch around, do not join. (96 esc)
Round 2. 1 esc in blo of each st around. (96 esc)
Rounds 3- 11: Repeat round 2. (96 esc) Make sure to bring up your stitch marker to the first stitch of each round.
Fasten off. Weave in ends.
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