Free Crochet Pattern Irish Infinity Scarf

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I promised a new Irish Scarf pattern in my Pattern Roundup from last week (if you didn’t check it out see it here 7 Essential Irish Crochet Patterns for St. Patrick’s Day, it features 7 amazing crochet artist’s patterns just in time to celebrate being Irish, or fake Irish, whatever).

I was lucky enough to have a co-worker request 4 scarves for her St. Patty’s Day festivities so I decided to come up with this Irish Flag Style Infinity Scarf Pattern.  I’m really pleased with how it came out and how squishy it is!  Just in time for this crazy snow storm we’re fixin’ to have in the North East on Tuesday!  What do they say about March, ‘in like a lion, out like a lamb’? Yep, #truth.

Here are the materials and tools I used:

Pattern:

  • Ch 20 with Vermont Green or Portsmouth Pumpkin (since this will be an infinity style scarf it’s your choice of the starting color- I did start with my Green and end with orange)
  • Row 1: DC in first chain from hook.  *Ch 2 skip one hole on your foundation chain and DC in next hole, ch2 repeat from (*).  At the end of your row you will ch 1 and turn.
  • Row 2-10: Ch2, *DC in open space below, ch 2 repeat from (*) (take a look at the image here, this is what I mean in DC in the open space below 🙂 )
  • Row 11: Prior to turning in Row 10 you should bind on your next color, Fisherman, turn and Ch2, *DC in open space below, ch 2 repeat from (*)  I would leave a pretty good size tail to allow weaving in the ends.  You can cut your first color now.
  • Row 12-20: Ch2, *DC in open space below, ch 2 repeat from (*)
  • Row 21: Prior to turning in Row 10 you should bind on your next color, Fisherman, turn and Ch2, *DC in open space below, ch 2 repeat from (*)  I would leave a pretty good size tail to allow weaving in the ends.  You can cut your second color now.
  • Row 22-30: Ch2, *DC in open space below, ch 2 repeat from (*)
  • At this point you’re a whip stitch away from having your infinity scarf!  Whip stitch your Green and your orange ends together and weave in all your ends!

Super simple design, but uber comfortable and squishy! It can wrap around twice, it’s stretchy and don’t let the large holes fool you, it’s so warm.

I hope you like this guy and if you have any questions on the pattern please feel free to reach out!

Don’t forget to check out some other patterns I’ve created here: Simple Sunday- Free Braided Cowl PatternBooty booty booty bootie…..

Enjoy your St. Patty’s Day!

Free crochet Irish scarf

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