Super Easy Infinity Scarf

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I’m still trying to find ways to use up all the sweet rolls I impulsively bought.  The little baby blanket and hat sets are awesome, but I need something really fast.  I have about 20 Sweet Rolls taking up space in my living room.

I’m making infinity scarves.


IMG_7841 all small  Premier Sweet Roll Yarn in “Wild Cherry Swirl,” “Guava Pop,” “Cheesecake Pop,” “Lemon Berry Pop,” “Punch Pop,” and “Wasabi Pop”

This scarf looks a little fancy, but it is very easy to crochet.  All you need to know is double crochet and chaining!

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About 75-80% of a Sweet Roll, or scraps of worsted weight yarn

J hook (6.0 mm), scissors, yarn needle


  • ch: chain
  • dc: double crochet
  • sl st: slip stitch

The Super Easy Pattern:

This pattern is my own.  It is very simple.  Any resemblance to existing patterns is accidental.

  1. Chain 140.
  2. Taking care not to twist chain, join with a sl st.
  3. Solid row: ch 3 (counts as dc) and dc in 2nd st and all remaining sts (140 dc,) join with a sl st (optional: cut yarn and join new color)
  4. Open row: ch 4 (counts as dc, ch 1) skip 2nd st and dc into 3rd st, ch 1.  *skip a st, dc and ch 1* around (70 dc, 70 ch 1 spaces) join with a sl st (optional: cut yarn and join new color)
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until you have 11 rows total (or however many you want.)  You will end with a solid row.

Using Sweet Roll yarn in a color pattern: A B C A B C A B C A B where bold letters are the solid rows, you will use approximately 44 grams of color A, 40 grams of color B, and 32 grams of color C.

I’m accumulating a pile of little leftover yarn balls.  It will be fun making a few scarves from them.

To work the same stitch pattern in short rows, see my Super Easy Infinity Scarf II.


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