I’m sure a lot of crocheters (and knitters!) like me were busy making something for loved ones this Christmas season. My sister wanted me to make her a couple scarfs for Christmas, which I was more than happy to do. I wanted to make her something she would really love and it would be the perfect opportunity to try something new.
So, I pulled out my trusty crochet book in search of a new stitch. I was flipping through it to find a stitch that would be good for an infinity scarf. In the past I feel like some of my scarfs have been stiff and bulky especially if I crocheted a few long rows. So I wanted to find a stitch that would be more flexible as I wrapped it around my neck. I found the treble stitch. It’s perfect!! And a bonus is that it looks different than just the normal double crochet. It looks cute in a scarf and it creates enough of a space in between stitches that it was easily be wrapped around your neck without creating a lot of bulk.
For this scarf I only used one skein of yarn and when I was finished crocheting the rows I laid it flat and sewed the ends together to from one but circle. It’s really easy to whip up while watching a movie or a couple of your favorite tv shows!
Here is another variation of the pattern. It’s wider, but smaller as it only is one loop.
Treble Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern
Row 1: Insert hook in 6th ch from hook (counts as 1st treble) then 27 treble in next 27 ch, turn.
Row 2: Ch 5 (counts as 1st treble) 27 treble, 28 total in each row.
Repeat row 2 for 41 rows, end, weave ends together and finish.