Orla Striped Crochet Infinity Scarf

Design by Sarah Ruane from Ned and Mimi.

Orla Striped Crochet Infinity Scarf by Sarah Ruane from Ned & Mimi.
Orla Striped Crochet Infinity Scarf by Sarah Ruane from Ned & Mimi.

This striped crochet infinity scarf pattern is a feast of texture and color! The cozy scarf features simple stitch patterns, and the alternating stripe and color block sections are designed to hold your interest from start to finish.

Finished Size:

  • The pattern is written for one size (to fit an average adult), but it is very easy to customize.
  • For the adult size in the pattern, the finished scarf measures approx. 8.75″ / 22.5cm in width and 54.75″ / 139cm in length/circumference.


  • Yarn
    • This pattern calls for any #3/DK/Light weight yarn.
    • I used a combination of WeCrochet Alpaca Cloud DK and WeCrochet Kindred for my scarf.
    • Some great alternatives (in a selection of different fibers) for your infinity scarf include:
      • Paintbox Yarns Simply DK (100% Acrylic)
      • Swish DK (100% Fine Superwash Merino Wool)
      • King Cole Baby Alpaca DK (100% Baby Alpaca)
  • Hook
    • For the striped section I used a 5.5mm (I-9) crochet hook, and for the color-block section I used a 4.5mm (US 7) crochet hook.

Skill Level: Easy

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