Crochet Infinity Scarf // Crochet Beginner // Veronica Marie



hey guys welcome back to my channel so today I'm going to show you how to make this cute crocheted scarf it takes about a half-hour to an hour for me to make and it's really simple actually like the hook I use is big and so is the yarn I use so it goes really quickly um I've tried this in a few other colors too and I know it looks really cute and grey and like a mustard yellow looks really cute too so you guys could kind of do whatever you want with this like I don't know I like them maroon too I think it's just because it's probably one of my favorite colors but yeah so without further ado let's get onto the video okay so the first thing you're going to want to do is make a slipknot to make a slipknot all you have to do is make a loop and then take the tail of the yarn and pull it partly through the loop to make another loop now you can slide your Slipknot onto your hook the next thing you're going to want to do is start to chain the chain all you have to do is lay your working yarn over your crochet hook and pull the loop that's on the crochet hook over it each time you do this it counts as a stitch you're going to want to chain 90 stitches this is going to determine how long your scarf is going to be so you can totally adjust it to you I found that 90 stitches is perfect for me once you finish painting connect both ends together first lay out your chain flat and make sure that there aren't any twists in it next stick your crochet hook through the end loop and then pull the working yarn back through the hole and through the loop on your crochet hook next came two stitches now you're going to want to make a double crochet stitch to make a double crochet stitch you're going to want to take your working yarn and wrap it around your crochet hook then stick your hook through the hole in the chain closer to your existing stitch and pull through the working yarn you should now have three loops on your hook now lay your working yarn over your crochet hook and pull two loops over and office or fail repeat the same step again let me show you that one more time so they're cute crochet hook through the hole pull through your working yarn now you'll have three stitches and then loop through two and then loop through two and that's really it so now you're going to want to do this all the way around the big loop you just made until you come to the other end you you you once you reach the other end of the scarf you're going to want to connect the stitches together before connecting make sure that nothing is twisted then stick your crochet hook through the stitch on the end and pull the working yarn through both loops now chain two now comes the turkey part you're going to want to follow the same exact steps as before using the double crochet stitches except you're going to want to put your crochet hook through the back stitch instead of the front one so just like before you're going to want to wrap your working yarn around your hook and then slide it through the hole once you kind of figure out where the back stitch is this becomes really simple so now you'll have three loops and then two and then that's your stitch as you can see that's kind of what it's going to start to look like so let's do it again stick it through the hole pull through your yarn I have three two and two you could always just decide to put the crochet hook through the top front stitch but then you wouldn't get the braided rib look I'll show you guys real quick what it would look like if you didn't do the back stitch so as you can see you wouldn't get that braid look sticking out from the scarf you just get a little single rib now you're just going to want to do that all the way around once you finish connecting your row of double stitches you're going to want to chain one now you're going to make a single stitch so to make a single crochet all you're going to do is take your hook with only one loop on it and stick it through the same hole as before then you're going to want to pull through your working yarn now you should have two loops on your crochet hook put your working yarn over and pull through the two loops the reason I chose to use a single stitch here was because I wanted a double ribbed effect continue this all the way around the scarf and connect the ends of the row together now crochet another row of double halfway through this row is usually where I run out of yarn so just take your second ball of yarn and connect it together I use scissors to trim away any excess yarns and then I try and hide it a little bit in the crochet stitch after this you will need to make one more final row of double stitches once you're finished connecting the ends as you would normally cut the end of the yarn with scissors I usually use about one and a half balls of yarn so you could totally save this for another scarf to finish your scarf off pull the end of the yarn through the loop on your crochet hook now all this left to do is weave your ends into your scarf to hide them

28 comments

  1. I did 110 stitches in the beginning.. but in the end we gonna fold and wear it right? .. i don’t wanna start again😔

  2. My daughter has tried this twice and it keeps twisting… any idea why? And how to avoid it happening? Thanks!

  3. This tutorial helped so much! It was super easy to follow for an absolute beginner. Thanks for this awesome tutorial!

  4. Great tutorial! Will this work on a traditional scarf? What is the name of this stitch pattern? I would like to make a scarf using this stitch for my hubby. Thanks so much!

  5. At 9:22 where are you connecting I. ant see if it's the same as the other which was behind to???? So xonxinduaed

  6. I have a hearing disability and have this on CC but still having difficulty catching up. I keep having to pause and rewind. I’m disappointed as it’s too overwhelming for me.

  7. I really like this pattern but wouldnt recommend it for a dark color. I've never been more frustrated since I started crocheting than with this back stitch. Wish I hadn't done such a dark color ugh

  8. Does anyone else run into the problem of the stitches being too tight towards the 3rd and 4th row and you cant fit the hook easily into the back stitches?

  9. I really like this pattern! I decided to make scarves for the ladies in my family for Christmas this year… I'm definitely using this pattern! Thank you!!

  10. This is just a helpful tip for the first 90 chains at the beginning. I would suggest placing a crochet marker after every 10 or 20 chains incase you lose count, you won't have to go back and count all your stitches.

  11. Thank HU so much V. Your up close filming is the best I’ve ever seen, your teaching inspires me to make a scarf. When I’m done I will try to send a pix. Many Thanks💜💫

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