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Chained to Infinity

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Chained to Infinity
Free Crochet Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

I love those big infinity scarves with solid sections and open sections. Chained to Infinity is my version of one of those fun scarves. It has alternating angled single crochet sections and chain sections. I made my sample in a color that is similar to Pantone’s 2015 Color of the Year: Marsala.

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65″ around and 5 1/2″ wide (make the scarf wider by making more rounds)

Berroco Vintage Chunky ~ 2 skeins of color 6181 used in the sample in the pictures

US J/10/6.00 mm

13 sts  14 rows in a 4″ square in single crochet

Stitches and Skills used:
ch ~ chain
sl st ~ slip stitch
sc ~ single crochet
st(s) ~ stitch(es)


Getting Started:
At the end of every round, the stitch count is listed in between {brackets}, this will help you determine if you have worked the round correctly.

For the first few rounds you will want to be very careful that you do not twist your scarf, it is quite easy to accidentally add a twist at first, but after a few rounds it stays in place better.

If your finished piece is curling a bit (mine was) you may need to block it.


Round 1: Ch 30, place a marker, (ch 40, place a marker, ch 30, place a marker) 2 times, ch 41, turn, sc in second ch from hook and in each remaining ch to marker (this will make 40 sc), * ch 30, sc in next marked st and in each remaining ch to marker (this will make 40 sc), repeat from * once more, ch 30, sl st to top of first sc made to join round, being careful not to twist. The first 3o ch made will be left hanging free, don’t worry, you will work it in later. {3 sets of 40 sc and 30 chains}


Round 2: Ch 1 (does not count as a st) sc in next sc and in each remaining 38 sc, sc in next ch, * ch 30, skip next 29 ch, skip next sc, sc in next sc and in each remaining 38 sc, sc in next ch, repeat from * once more, ch 30,sl st to top of first sc. {3 sets of 40 sc and 30 chains}

Repeat round 2: To desired width. For the sample pictured, I just kept working until I had used up 2 skeins of my yarn.

Use the tail from the start of round 1 to join the first chain made in round 1 to the bottom of the first sc made in round 1. Weave in all your ends.


Wear or give and enjoy!

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9 thoughts on “Chained to Infinity”

  1. I’d love to see a video, if you have it, for this scarf. I am new to crocheting and need a bit of clarification. I’m so excited to finish with it. Love the design!

    • I’m sorry, there is no video. If you join my Facebook group (linked at the bottom of the pattern) and post some photos and explain where you are stuck, we can try to help you there.


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