Crazy Shell Infinity Scarf (free pattern)

Lately, I’ve been busy preparing for upcoming grad school interviews but I’ve managed to work some crocheting in there. It’s really been a stress reliever for me, and I am grateful for it!

I’ve made a few infinity scarves in the last few months – all for other people. Actually, most of the stuff I make is for others. I only have 2-3 things I’ve made for myself. So I decided last night that I was going to make a simple, infinity scarf for myself. This is what I came up with:


Crazy Shell Infinity Scarf | free pattern || the batter's box.

It worked up really quickly and used less than a skein!

Crazy Shell Infinity ScarfYarn: Medium worsted weight, although you can use whatever you’d like
Hook: H, 5.00mm
Size: 56” x 5”Stitches:ch: chain
DC: double crochet
sc: single crochet


Ch 20
Row 1: 3 DC in 4th ch from hook, *skip 3 ch, sc in next ch, ch 3, 3 DC in same ch,* repeat * across row ending with sc in last ch, ch 3, turn
Row 2: 3 DC in first sc, *sc in ch 3 space of previous row, ch 3, 3 DC in same ch 3 space,* repeat * across, ending with sc in last ch 3, ch 3, turn
Row 3-44: Repeat row 2

Slip stitch or use tapestry needle to join ends together.

To make your scarf wider or narrower, increase/decrease your starting chains by 4.

Crazy Shell Infinity Scarf | free pattern || the batter's box. Crazy Shell Infinity Scarf | free pattern || the batter's box.

Good thing I made myself a scarf. It was a nice -1F this morning. Makes me even more psyched to get to Florida at the end of the month!


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12 Responses to Crazy Shell Infinity Scarf (free pattern)

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  2. bridgett says:

    I am pretty inexperienced in crochet but picked up this pattern easily. I am only a few rows in and notice my starter edge is straight but the other end has the zig zag look. I am wondering if you crocheted a straight edge at end to join the two or does joining them pull the straight edge in to the zig zag shape?

  3. Lucia says:

    I love it! Can’t wait to make it, thank you for sharing

  4. Leanne Wismer says:

    Can’t wait to try it! I’ve been looking for a pattern to make a Christmas gift for my sister in law….thank you for sharing :)

  5. Stephanie Lubahn says:

    I just wanted to say thank you for sharing your pattern! I have now made a couple scarves with this pattern and the pattern is so quick and easy!
    You should make a matching hat and fingerless gloves pattern to match! Thanks again!

  6. Sherry says:

    am I doing something wrong how does 44 rows make it long enough?

    • Shannon Vary says:

      Could be the yarn you are using. I am 20 rows in and using Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable….a thinner worsted weight…and there is NO WAY it will be a scarf by 44 rows LOL! I measured another infinity scarf that I have and am going to continue to about 45-50″ before joining

    • Hilary Hilary says:

      As Shannon stated, it could be the yarn. I suggest you continue rows until it is your desired length.

  7. Ruby Edwards says:

    I am new to crocheting, but I am learning to read patterns. Can you tell me how to connect the two ends. The zig zag and the straight. I love this patterns design, want to make more.

  8. Patricia Jackson says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this pattern,I needed something I could make fast for a whose visiting.

  9. Cool scarf, can’t wait to make one. Thanks for sharing the instructions.

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