Join me in learning how to make my favorite crochet winter scarf: the Icicle Infinity Scarf! When I wear this crocheted scarf, it keeps me so much warmer! It’s so easy to make too…read more to find out the story behind the design, the materials I used, and of course the free crochet pattern!
I actually first made this scarf before I even started my blog. I was just starting out with design, and scarves were my jam. So when I got this cozy, soft yarn from LoveCrafts, I knew it had to be a scarf!
What I didn’t know then was that this crochet project would become my favorite scarf ever!
Since then, I’ve worn this scarf anytime I need to be extra warm—in the snow, ice skating, winter hiking, etc.
It’s because I love this scarf so much that I’m excited to share the pattern with you! But before we get into that, let’s talk about some extra tips you’ll need to know.
How is it Made?
The Icicle Infinity Scarf is a super simple design that even beginners should be able to make! We will start off by making a foundation single crochet row, and from there we will proceed to make a long, thin rectangle. The stitches in the body of the scarf are all simple—ch, sc, dc, etc. At the end, we will simply sew the ends together!
As I said, super simple and beginner-friendly!
Is there an ad-free version?
YES! There is an easily printable version of this pattern that has no ads, AND also includes a visual stitch chart!
How can I get the Warmest Scarf Possible?
If you want your scarf to be AS COZY as possible, yarn choice is extremely important! Most people know that wool is a warm fiber, but did you know that alpaca is often even warmer? Plus, alpaca yarn is actually much softer than wool on its own.
I used an alpaca blend for this scarf…but unfortunately it is no longer sold on LoveCrafts where I purchased it. However, that doesn’t really matter, because there are endless yarn possibilities! There are plenty of other soft alpaca yarns that you can find on LoveCrafts.com. (In fact, I highly recommend purchasing there—I’ve been so pleased with my purchases!)
The Icicle Infinity Scarf
OK—now that we’ve covered those details, let’s finally get on with the pattern itself!! You can view the video tutorial directly below, or scroll on for the written pattern.
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- This scarf is designed to be made in 100 grams of yarn.
- The length is easily adjustable; the stitch pattern has only 2 repeating rows. To adjust width, simply add or subtract from the fsc row in multiples of 3.
- It is worked widthwise, going back and forth in rows, turning at the end of each row. It is seamed at the end.
- When turning, ch 3 always counts as first dc.
- Approximately 100 grams of alpaca DK weight yarn
- H/5mm crochet hook
- Yarn needle to weave in ends
Approximately 10” wide (but may vary with your tension); length is fully adjustable.
Fsc 33 (see appendix for fsc instructions), turn.
Rnd 1: ch 3, dc in first fsc. *Sk 2 fsc, (dc, ch 2, dc) in next fsc, sk 2 fsc, (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next st. Repeat from * till 7 sts left. Sk 2 fsc, (dc, ch 2, dc) in next fsc, sk 2 fsc, dc in last 2 fsc. Turn.
Rnd 2: ch 3 (counts as first dc), dc in next dc. *Ch 3, sc in next ch 2 sp, ch 3, (dc, ch 2, dc) in next ch 1 sp, repeat from * 3 more times. Ch 3, sc in next ch 2 sp, ch 3, dc in last two dc. Turn.
Rnd 3: Ch 3, dc in next dc. *(dc, ch 2, dc) in next sc, (2 dc, ch 1, 2 dc) in next ch 2 sp, repeat from * 3 more times. (dc, ch 2, dc) in last sc. Dc in last 2 dc, turn.
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Repeat rows 2-3 until scarf is desired length. End with row 3.
Last row: Sc 33 evenly across, as follows: ch 1 (does NOT count as a stitch) sc in first 3 dc, *2 sc in next ch 2 sp, sk next dc, sc in next 2 dc, sk next ch 1 sp, sc in next 2 dc. Rep from * 3 more times. Sk next dc, 2 sc in next ch 2 sp, sc in last 3 dc.
Finishing: sew ends together. Weave in ends, and block. BLOCKING IS IMPORTANT! The lace will look so much better when opened up. If you don’t know how to block, be sure to check out this article.
I hope you enjoyed learning how to crochet my favorite winter scarf pattern! If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I would love to help!
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