[Free Pattern] This Single-Crochet-Only Chunky Infinity Scarf Is Super Easy and Gorgeous!

A fabulous crochet scarf that’s beginner friendly!

When it comes to easy-to-crochet infinity scarf patterns you just can’t get any easier than a one-stitch pattern! And there’s no more basic stitch than single crochet (SC)! That’s it! If you can single crochet you can make this beautiful scarf.

Even more encouraging, with chunky yarn (6) it works up quickly; the recommended yarn is the popular Lion Brand Hometown USA Yarn. This is perfect for crocheters of all skill levels and needs.

If you’re a longtime crocheter you could easily whip out numerous scarves in a very short time for gift list recipients or to build up your inventory for crafts fairs and online sales. This time of year, the demand for scarves of all kind is very high. And not least, you might want to reward yourself with some new additions to your wardrobe!

Yes, this pattern is a winner! It’s the “Simply Single Crochet (SC) Infinity Scarf” an original by crochet designer and blogger Rebecca of Little Monkeys Crochet. You’ll find the complete written pattern right there on the page along with links to helpful tutorials should you need them. If you need a refresher on single crochet, check out the YouTube tutorials — right hand and left hand — that I’ve added below.

Click here to get the free pattern at Little Monkeys Crochet

You’ll also be happy to discover that this pattern is one of a series of five free patterns for scarves and cowls that are all beginner friendly. You’ll find links to the other patterns right there on her blog. You’ve also got the option of purchasing an eBook that has all of the patterns collected together for your convenience.

As promised, single crochet tutorials — by Crochet Guild of America (CGOA) and Kim Guzman — are below!

Right Hand

Left Hand

And while you’re here at Crochet Maze do check out some more free patterns for DIY accessories, including scarves and ponchos, hats and more that we’ve previously featured. Links are below!

As always, happy crocheting!

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