Lately, the weather here in Jersey has been harsh. Temps have been in the single digits, and last week a foot of snow fell here. In this post I am going to show you how to crochet the Cambridge Infinity Scarf.
As I was bundling up my boys and myself to go out in the snow, I realized I have very few scarves. Of course I have crocheted many, but they all have been gifts.
I decided to make a scarf for myself. I had some grey Lion Brand Wool-Ease in my stash and I figured it was the perfect yarn for this scarf. This is the same yarn I used in my Cambridge Beanie pattern as well. It is crocheted using the slip stitch, double crochet and half double crochet. This scarf is a great project for beginners. It works up quickly and has such an interesting texture! I hope you like it!
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How to Crochet the Cambridge Infinity Scarf
2 skeins of Lion Brand Wool-Ease yarn. The color in the photos is Grey Heather.
Slip Stitch (ss)
Double Crochet (dc)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
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CAMBRIDGE INFINITY SCARF PATTERN
Finished measurements of the scarf before joining is approx. 75″ x 6″
Row 1 – Ss in 2nd ch from hook. *dc in next ch, ss in next.* Repeat *til end of the row. (21)
Row 2 – Ch.2 turn, hdc in the first st and each st across. (21)
Row 3 – Ch.2 turn, ss in the first st. *dc in the next st, ss in the next.* Repeat *til end of row. (21)
Row 4 – Ch.2 turn, hdc in the first st and each st across. (21)
Repeat rows 3 & 4 respectively until your work measure approx. 75″ long.
Slip stitch short ends of your crochet scarf together to form a circle.
Weave in any loose ends.
That’s it! You’re done!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this crochet scarf pattern!
Laura Briscese says
what weight is the wool you used
It is a worsted weight
Hello! This is such a fun pattern that goes very quickly. I love it! One question I have is does the turning chain count as a stitch? Just wanted to make sure so that I can get straight edges. Thank you!
Hi! I’m glad you like the pattern. No, the turning chain does not count as a stitch. 🙂