With Valentine’s Day around the corner, it’s the perfect time to share this heart motif infinity scarf crochet pattern. This is a great adult craft project, allowing you to challenge your inner crochet skills. This scarf pattern is the perfect length to keep you cozy during the frigid months of January and February, plus the little hearts are just so pretty!
Heart Motif Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern
Hello, friends! My name is Bethany, and I am the blogger behind Whistle and Ivy, a fiber arts and crochet blog. Don’t be intimidated by those adorable little hearts. They aren’t difficult to master and I think you will be surprised at how easy they are to make. I included a few photos to help you along, but I’ve also included a video for this infinity scarf crochet pattern if you need a visual. You can watch the video below!
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What you need to make this infinity scarf crochet pattern:
- H hook
- 2 100g skeins of Medium Weight gray yarn
- 4 colors of scrap yarn ( several yards long)
Abbreviations: American Terms
Approx. finished measurements: 6″ x 50″
3-dc cluster: Yarn over, insert hook. Yarn over, pull through st (3 loops on hook). Yarn over, pull through first 2 loops (2 loops remaining on hook). Yarn over, insert in same st. Yarn over, pull through. Yarn over, pull through first 2 loops (3 loops remaining on hook). Yarn over, insert into same st. Yarn over, pull through. Yarn over and pull through first 2 loops. Yarn over, pull through all 4 remaining loops. If it’s easier to understand, it’s basically a dc3tog worked all in the same st.
Ch 198. Sl st into 1st ch, careful not to twist. Should be just under 50″ long.
1. Ch 2. Dc in each st around. Join with a sl st (198 sts)
2. – 3. Ch 2. Fpdc around 1st dc from previous round. Bpdc around next one. Alternate fpdc and bpdc all around. Join with sl st. (198 sts) (On row 3, be sure you are working a fpdc around a previous fpdc, and not around a bpdc, to make it looked ribbed.)
Join 2nd color.
4. Ch 1. 4 dc in same st. *Ch 1. Sk 5 sts. 4 dc in next st.* work 32 times. Ch 1. Join with 1st dc. (165 sts).
Bring up 1st color.
5. Ch 2. Sc in middle of shell (not in a st, in the space between the stitches). Ch 2. Work a 3-dc cluster in the 3rd st of the 5 skipped sts from the previous round. *Ch 2. Sc in middle sp of shell. Ch 2. Work a 3-dc cluster in 3rd sk st from previous round* repeat all around the hat. Join with a sl st with first chain. (198 sts)
6. Ch 2. Dc in each st around. Join with a sl st. (198 sts).
Tip: If you found you dropped a stitch in row 5, it is easiest to add them into this row instead of pulling out your work.
7. – 15. Repeat rows 4 – 6 respectively, joining a different color each time you work the hearts row.
16. – 17. Ch 2. Fpdc around 1st dc from previous round. Bpdc around next one. Alternate fpdc and bpdc all around. Join with sl st. (198 sts) (On row 17, be sure you are working a fpdc around a previous fpdc, and not around a bpdc, to make it looked ribbed.)
Now you have an adorable heart accented puppy love infinity scarf! This would make a lovely Valentine’s Day craft or gift for someone you love.
Isn’t it gorgeous? I hope you enjoyed making (and enjoy wearing) your new Puppy Love Infinity Scarf! If you like your infinity scarves a little longer, you can make your foundation longer, just be sure your chain is in multiples of 6.
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