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Betty’s Infinity Scarf: Free Granny Stitch Crochet Pattern

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Infinity scarves are the epitome of fall fashion. For this crocheter at least. 😉 I do love a good Infinity Scarf, and this free crochet scarf pattern using the Flat Granny Stitch is simply perfection!

Betty's Infinity Scarf free granny stitch pattern

Betty’s Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

The drape of this scarf is divine when paired with the open weave of the Flat Granny stitch. For me it is imperative that an infinity scarf be as squishy as possible. I love them tall, and plush, and super comfortable. I almost always go up one hook size than what is intended for the yarn to get every bit of squish factor I can. This infinity scarf pattern checks off all those boxes!

Flat Granny Stitch infinity scarf

This Infinity Scarf is made using Provincial Tweed from WeCrochet in the “Winter Walk” colorway. I used just shy of two skeins, or about 475 yards total.

This is a size 4/worsted weight yarn that has gorgeous drape and truly delicious pops of color sprinkled throughout.

I decided to name this scarf pattern after my own late grandmother, Betty. ♥ She’s been gone some years now but she was a true matriarch of the family.

My grandma served as a nurse during WWII, and worked as a telephone switchboard operator before starting her family with my grandfather. They went on to have eight children. She was the most compassionate, loving mother and grandmother, and I’d give anything for one of her kisses now. ♥

I can still hear her voice and smile when I think of the way she absolutely loved John Wayne.

Along with their eight children, on the other side of my family there were five children for 13 total… meaning that I have oodles of first cousins, and am related to roughly half of our small hometown in Iowa. (Kidding! Ha!) This one is for you, Grandma! 😘

Betty's Infinity Scarf free granny stitch crochet pattern

Betty's Infinity Scarf

Materials:

Provincial Tweed in “Winter Walk” (worsted/size 4 yarn)
-approx. 475 yards

Crochet hook in size I/5.5mm

Pattern Notes:

Pattern written using US terms.

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Fhdc = Foundation Half Double Crochet (tutorial here)

For this pattern we are using the Flat Granny Stitch. This is a fun, mindless stitch that works up quickly! See a tutorial for this stitch here.

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granny stitch infinity scarf pattern

Pattern:

Row 1: Fhdc-212, join to top of first st with sl st. (Or you can Ch-213, hdc in 2nd ch from hook and in each to end) (212)

Row 2: Ch-3 (counts as dc here and throughout), 2dc in same, ch-1. * sk-3 sts, 3dc in next st, ch-1 * repeat between * * to end. Join to top of ch-3. (53 granny sets)

Rows 3 – 27: Ch-3, turn, 2dc in same ch-sp, ch-1. * sk-3 sts, 3dc in next ch-sp, ch-1 * repeat between * * to end. Join to top of ch-3. (53 granny sets)

Row 28: Ch-1, turn, hdc in each st around. Join with Invisible Join and weave in all ends.

This is such a quick, fun project! I started and finished this in one evening, but would be a great project to keep in the car for emergency crochet situations. Waiting in the prescription pickup line, for the kids at school, or when you get stopped by a long, sloooow train.

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Betty's Infinity Scarf free crochet pattern

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6 Comments

  1. Hi Ashlea! Thank you for sharing the story of your Grandmother. I see you in her face. I feel her spirit in you as well. And btw, I love the pattern too!
  2. Thanks so much for this beautiful pattern, Ashlea! I love all of your patterns, I just thought this was so special that you named it after your grandmother! She sounds like an amazing and beautiful person! ❤️ Thanks for sharing!!
  3. Thank you so much for Betty's Infinity Scarf pattern. It's lovely. My grandmother taught me how to crochet. We spent many happy times and hours together crocheting. We even invented our own patterns togethter. Grandmothers ar e special. I will never forget her. I have to share this with you. When my Grandmother passed away she had many crocheted dresses that she made and wore, as she was a larger woman and had a hard time finding dresses in her size. We couldn't bear to part with them, so they were share among the family members. The remaining dresses we repurposed into afghans, pillows and scarves. What was really neat was she had one dress that was all Granny Squares. Need I say more. Each of the granny square afghans had one of Grandma's homemade squares. My two Aunts, myself, sister and even my brother (who learned to crocheted after our Grandfather passed away) help to make them. We met regularly to make these. All the children and grandchildren received the afghans (27) and the great-grandchildren received the pillows. I don't remember anymore how many there were, but it was alot. The scarves were given to anyone who could use one. We enjoyed our evenings together and shared all the times we share with Grandma. After this project was completed, we decided to continue our time crocheting together. We only meet now once a month, but we so enjoy our time together. Grandma was a very special person. She was loved by all. Thanks for letting me share. I really enjoy your patterns. Keep up the good work. Many thanks.