This Easy Velvety Infinity Scarf is fun to crochet and wear! Bernat’s Velvet Yarn (by Yarnspirations) is sooooo soft and easy to crochet with. I love how it feels while crocheting and how it feels around my neck. This yarn comes in some beautiful colors and in large skeins which is plenty to make this project.
This project has just 2 stitches in it – single crochet and a simple textured stitch I like to call the “Yarn Over Slip Stitch” – see the explanation or watch the video below to know exactly how to make this stitch. You’ll realize that it gives great texture and interest without being complicated. Plus, I’ve made a video tutorial (see below) to help you with each step of the project.
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Skill Level: Beginner
Measurements: 6 1/2″ wide x 60″ long
Bernat Velvet Yarn – in Gray Orchid (photo below shows another colorway – Smokey Blue) – 1 skein
J/6 mm hook
YO sl st (Yarn Over Slip Stitch): YO, insert hook into next st, YO, pull through stitch and through both loops on hook
Row 1 (Right Side): Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Turn. (18 sc)
Row 2 (Wrong Side): YO-sl st in 1st st and in each st across. Turn. (18 YO-sl st)
**Note: The side facing you while working on Row 2 is actually the Wrong Side (back) of the project – the Special Stitch creates texture on the back of each stitch**
Row 3: Ch 1, sc in 1st st and in each st across. Turn. (18 sc)
Repeat Rows 2 and 3 until scarf measures 60” – Fasten off leaving a long tail for seaming.
Measure 28″ from one end of the scarf and loop it around to meet near center of scarf
Wrap other end of scarf around outer edge of 28″ length and meet up with other end of scarf
Sew both ends to center portion of scarf with yarn tail and yarn needle
(Assembly not clear? Watch the video above for how to put together the finishing touches)
Did you like working with this yarn? Wasn’t it so smooth between your fingers? Wait until you wear the scarf – so soft and warm!
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9 thoughts on “Easy Velvety Infinity Scarf”
Not sure I understand at the end of each special row when turning do you do a turning chain ?
Hi – Yes, at the end of each special stitch row, you would do a ch 1 and then work the single crochets in the next row.
As for the special stitch row, you can do a ch-1 turning chain or not – it’s your choice. The video shows both ways of doing it. 🙂
I am glad you posted this video. About 6
months ago I was going through my old yarn stach. Found 2 half balls of velvet yarns a dark green and a gray. They seem a little bit stiffer than the new velvet yarn. I am sure they will be a good substitute. Thank you for your video.
Glad you found some velvet yarn to work with- it’s so fun! Hope you enjoy working on your project. Happy crocheting!
Beautiful scarf. Looks so soft.
I love this! That means I have to buy more yarn!
Hi Angela! Hahaha! Such a dilemna to have to buy more yarn. 😉 Thanks for stopping by.
I took the jewelry class with you and it was lovely. I look forward to using my two skeins of Bernat Velvet. Thanks for the patterns. Hope I win so I can see your designs in the magazine. Thanks for the email.
Hi Deb! Glad you enjoyed the jewelry class – you are welcome for the patterns. You’ll love crocheting with the yarn. 🙂