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Snowdrop Infinity Scarf

Design by Sarah Ruane from Ned and Mimi.

Snowdrop Infinity Scarf by Sarah Ruane from Ned & Mimi
Snowdrop Infinity Scarf by Sarah Ruane from Ned & Mimi

Perfect for the coldest winter days, the Snowdrop Infinity Scarf is a cozy, chunky crochet infinity scarf with a gorgeous texture. I used a super bulky chenille yarn for my infinity scarf, but a velvet yarn also works great with this pattern.

This pattern uses basic crochet stitches and a simple one row repeat, making it a perfect crochet pattern for beginners. If you can make a single crochet and a chain, then you can make this scarf :-)

This scarf is also super easy to customize. I have written the pattern for 3 sizes – Toddler, Child and Teen/Adult. But you could easily alter the length by adding/subtracting rows – it’s as simple as that!

Finished Sizes: Toddler/Child/Adult


Hook: 6mm (J-10) crochet hook (or hook required to meet gauge).

Yarn: Any chenille or velvet #6 / Super Bulky weight yarn.

  • The amounts given here are for James C. Brett Flutterby Chunky (175m/191yds per 100g skein; Weight 6/Super Bulky; 100% Polyester).
    • Toddler: 85 yds / 78 m (45g) – 1 skein
    • Child: 155 yds / 142 m (81g) – 1 skein
    • Adult: 295 yds / 270 m (155g) – 2 skeins
  • Suitable yarn substitutions include:
    • Bernat Blanket
    • Bernat Velvet
    • Premier Yarns Parfait
    • Loops ‘n’ Threads Cuddly Chenille
    • Cascade Yarns Pluff ‘n’ Stuff
    • Sirdar Snuggly Squishy
  • Misc.
    • Yarn needle
    • Stitch marker

Skill Level: Beginner

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