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The Fluffy Clouds Infinity Scarf is a great chunky yarn pattern that features a lot of texture. This scarf pattern is perfect for beginners because it consists of only basic crochet stitches that are worked in the round. The chunky yarn allows this pattern to work up quickly!
I actually created this pattern as a birthday present for my mom. She loves to wear scarves and is pretty simplistic when it comes to winter accessories. She rarely buys anything for herself and is such a giving and caring person, (raising 7 kids!).
My mom is always cold, so I wanted to crochet her a scarf that is nice and cozy and that she could wear all winter long. This scarf is so warm and protects well against the harsh wind.
I Just love the texture!……
I knew I wanted to try something different so I started playing around with a mixture of crochet stitches and this is what I came up with! I love how just two simple stitches create such a beautiful texture!
This Fluffy Clouds Infinity Scarf incorporates the single crochet, slip stitch and the half double crochet that is worked in the round. When the scarf started to come together, it reminded me of a big fluffy cloud.
The yarn I used for this scarf pattern is Lion Brand’s Wool-Ease Thick and Quick yarn. This is a very popular chunky yarn among knitters and crocheters. It is a blend of acrylic and wool and comes in so many different colors including solids, stripes, prints and metallics. It even comes in bonus bundles as well. It is a great yarn to crochet with if you are a beginner.
I really hope you enjoy this quick and easy chunky scarf pattern!
Fluffy Clouds Infinity Scarf Pattern
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- This scarf pattern is worked in the round. Rounds are joined with a slip stitch.
- You will turn your work after every round.
- If you want to make the circumference of the scarf longer/shorter, simply crochet less or more chains before joining. Make sure to work the foundation chain in an odd number.
- If you want to make the width of the scarf taller, simply crochet more rounds of the ss, hdc repeat round.
2 Skeins of Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick yarn
10mm Crochet Hook
Tapestry needle to weave in any ends
Single Crochet (sc)
Slip Stitch (ss)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
FLUFFY CLOUDS INFINITY SCARF PATTERN
Scarf dimensions are 5.5 inches in height with 68 inches in circumference.
Slip stitch to first ch (ch farthest from hook) to form a circle.
Round 1 – Ch.1, sc in the first ch and each ch around. (121)
Round 2 – Ch. 1 turn, ss in same stitch, hdc in the next. *ss in next stitch, hdc in the next.* Repeat *until you have one stitch left. Make a ss in the last st. (121)
NOTE: Try to make the starting ss of the round very loose. I find it helps when having to join the round with another ss.
Rounds 3 thru 10 – Repeat Round 2 remembering to turn your work after every round.
Round 11 – Ch.1 turn, sc in the same stitch and each stitch around. Join with a ss. (121)
Bind off and weave in any loose ends with your tapestry needle.
Thank you so much for following along with the Fluffy Clouds Scarf pattern. Make sure to tag me on Instagram with all your scarf creations. I love to see your work!
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That was the sweetest thing for you to make for your mom. I’m pretty sure she’s going to love it. It’s beautiful! I’m going to try it, so I can show the same kindness you showed your mom. Thanks so much for sharing. I love to bless others as well, with the talents the Lord has given me.:) Thanks again
Ana, Thank you so much for your kind words! If you have any questions about the pattern, let me know!
Hi, when you say 2 skeins, that’s about how many yards/meters? I’m in India and the yarn sizes are completely different here! Thanks!
It would be roughly 210yds or 195m in a bulky weight yarn. Hope that helps!
I was wondering if it would make the same type of chunky look if I don’t make it an infinity scarf?
As long as you use a bulky weight yarn it should have the same look. 🙂
Please make a video of this!!
Melissa Crowley says
I’m not very good at the FSC or any of them. Would it look just as good starting with just the 120 chains?
Yes! Absolutely. Either way you choose, the scarf will look great 🙂
I’m having a hard time understanding where I should SS and where I should HDC. When I turn my work, am I putting a SS into the top of the previous SS and same with HDC? Do I work into one loop or two? Help! I love the texture of this but can’t seem to replicate it! ?
Does this pattern work only in rounds?I actually wanted to use this pattern on a shawl.
Yes, looking up Moss Stitch will help you!
I was practicing this stitch but not in the form of a infinity project. I was just doing straight lines but I really like the way it looks and feels. I think it would make a wonderful warm blanket. Can you tell me how many multiple foundation chains I would need and since it is basically a half double and a slip stitch do you begin and end with a half double or a single crochet?
Beautiful! Can you tell me what I would need to change to just make it into a regular scarf? Is there another video available for a regular scarf?
I would like to use a little bit thinner yarn. I like the easy pattern but don’t want the bulk. Since it will be thinner yarn, ill have to add some stitches to make the circumference larger. Can you please tell me the multiple I need to increase by? Like do I need to add stitches in 4s or 5s or 7s so the pattern comes out correctly when joing rounds.
Hi! Just make sure it is an odd number 🙂