Cozy Striped Crochet Infinity Scarf

Simple Striped Crochet Scarf

I have been getting more and more addicted to crochet projects!! I think they are so perfect for working on in the evenings – I just can’t seem to sit and watch a movie without actually doing something. And since it’s so chilly out right now, it makes perfect sense to work on cozy projects that will keep me warm while I work on them!!

Today I have a fun new Cozy Striped Crochet Infinity Scarf to share with you – and a bonus!! I’m joining in with some amazing ladies for #ProjectCrochet – and at the end of the post I have links for all sorts of cute projects for you! Yay!

Before we get to that though – let me show off my new favorite scarf.

Easy Striped Crochet Scarf

I’ve been wanting to make up a striped scarf for a while and when I found this yummy cream and gold yarn I knew that was it!! This will go with so many of my winter outfits.

Easy Striped Crochet Scarf

The pattern is crazy simple – just a simple pattern of single and double crochets, but I’ve worked the rows in the back loops to give them a little ridged edge. I think it adds a little something don’t you?

Chunky Striped Crochet Scarf

Here’s the pattern for you!

Keep in mind – I crochet tightly. Usually I have to go up at least one hook size for most patterns, so rather than give you a chain count I’m going to do this by measurements. That way you can do what works best for you! :)


Cozy Striped Crochet Infinity Scarf Pattern

  • 2 skeins chunky cream yarn
  • 1 skein chunky gold yarn
  • Size N Hook

Begin with your cream yarn. Chain enough to measure 72″.  Make sure your chain is not twisted and connect the last chain with the first with a slip stitch.

Row 1: Chain 3, dc (double crochet) in each chain around until you reach the original chain 3. Slipstitch in top chain to connect the row. Change to gold yarn.

Row 2: Chain 2. sc blo (single crochet, back loops only) all the way around the loop. Here’s a good video if you haven’t done that before: Connect to the chain 2 with a slip stitch. Change to your cream yarn.

Row 3: Chain 3, dc blo (double crochet, back loops only) all the way around. Connect to the chain 3 with a slip stitch.

Rows 4 – 7: Repeat rows 2 and 3, alternating colors. Finish off after row seven and weave in ends.

Wear your cute cozy scarf with style!! :)

Fast Crochet Infinity Scarf

Now onto the Project Crochet fun!!
Visit all the links for the free patterns – aren’t they all so cute?!

Project Crochet Blog Hop

Crochet X Pillow Pattern | Persia Lou

crochet x pillow 13

Learn To Crochet eBook | Twin Dragonfly Designs


Crochet On Edge Fleece Blanket Tutorial | the Friendly Red Fox


Crochet Chained Earwarmer | Rescued Paw


Fabulous Free Crochet Patterns | Seven Thirty Three


Cozy Striped Crochet Infinity Scarf | Flamingo Toes


Project Crochet Recap | Sugar Bee Crafts


Crochet Pillow Cover | Seven Alive



  • Reply February 27, 2015

    Kali Dahle

    I love this! back loops only gives it the extra something something! I have to ask… what is the name of the gold yarn?! I have been looking for gold for a long time but all of them are too yellowy. Thanks for the pattern!

  • Reply February 27, 2015

    Heather Painchaud

    I love the gold and cream yarn that you chose! And the ridge detail really ads interest! Thanks so much for joining us! xo

  • Reply February 27, 2015

    Kim @ seven thirty three

    I LOVE this scarf and totally agree that the back loop stitches add just the right flair. :)

  • Reply February 27, 2015

    Alexis @ Persia Lou

    So pretty! I love crocheting in the back loops, I think it gives it a much cleaner look most of the time.

  • Reply February 28, 2015


    Lovely scarf and pattern, the texture is fab. But I wonder, is it really white and gold or in fact blue and black!!!!!!

  • Reply March 7, 2015

    Bridget from Cali

    Since I tend to lose the regular kind, whoever came up with the idea of an infinity scarf was a smart cookie in my book. Your striped scarf is pretty. Like others, I love your color combo.

    My grandma crocheted a white and gold afgan in a chevron pattern. It was her most elegant effort. Although I have a couple of snowy white crochet table cloths of hers too that I adore. I come from crafty kin. I inherited about 20 or so of her wild 70s patterned afgans and 2 huge bins of packed full of embroidered doilies from gram, great gram and my mom. Love to hoard it all, but would rather find a good home and appreciative audience for many of these pieces. Dropping them off at some second hand shop seems so sad. Any ideas in that direction would be greatly appreciated. I also welcome inspiration on how to incorporate vintage embroidery in modern day decor.

  • Reply December 28, 2015


    Cute crocheted scarf – love the stripe look.

  • Reply January 2, 2016


    So very cute, and I’m like you, I can’t seem to get through a movie without doing something else, too! Thanks for bringing this by to our Throwback Thursday Link Party – I’ll be pinning this to our board, too, and Happy New Year!

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