How to crochet an easy infinity scarf
This easy crochet infinity scarf pattern features the foundation double crochet for the first round of stitches. What makes that special is that, as you are beginning this piece, you can decide on the length of the scarf right from the start. Do you want it to be short and snug? Do you want it to be extra long, so that it can wrap around two or three times? The choice is yours! Simply work your first round of foundation double crochet to the desired length of your infinity scarf, taking into consideration how you would like to wear it. The amount of yarn that is requires will vary on how long you make it.
The infinity scarf pictured had a beginning foundation row of a approximately 27 inches, and it is 12" tall. It required about 110-120 yards of #6 super bulky weight yarn.
Row 1: Work a Foundation Double Crochet row of 27", or desired length of infinity scarf. Being careful not to twist the row of stitches, bring the first stitch and last stitch together, and join at the top with a slip stitch. You will now be working in rounds, instead of rows.
Round 2: Ch 1. Dc in each st around. Join to first st.
Repeat round 2 for 12", or the desired height of the infinity scarf.
Fasten off. Weave in ends.