To crochet an infinity scarf, use a crochet hook and your favorite yarn to make stitches in a desired shape or pattern. Once the basic scarf is complete, sew the two ends together to make one continuous piece.
- Gather all of your materials
To crochet an infinity scarf, you need a crochet pattern, two skeins of merino wool yarn, a 5.5 millimeter crochet hook and a tapestry needle. Depending on how long you want your infinity scarf to be, you may need to purchase additional skeins of yarn.
- Determine your gauge
Gauge is a term used to define the tension you should work to ensure your infinity scarf will be the size you want when complete. A typical gauge for an infinity scarf is 19 stitches is equivalent to 5 inches. A completed infinity scarf knitted with this gauge will be 61 inches in circumference and 7.5 inches wide.
- Begin stitching
For your first row, crochet a chain of 228 stitches. Join the two ends together with a slip stitch. Continue to crochet in rounds according to your crochet pattern. Alternate methods such as single crochet, double crochet or spacing to achieve your desired look. To finish your infinity scarf, weave in all loose ends with your tapestry needle.