Whether you’re new to crafting or have been doing it for years, you’ve surely had a look at a pattern for a crochet scarf. Scarves make for the perfect project to practice stitches, plus, they’re the ultimate winter accessory.
Here are some of the best free crochet patterns for winter and fall infinity scarves:
1. Chunky Crochet Infinity Scarf
Whether it’s your first time making a scarf or it’s getting cold enough that you need one quick, this free pattern is perfect. With chunky yarn and a 8 mm crochet hook, it comes together quickly and easily.
The pattern calls for just one color, so if you stick to that it is a very quick and easy project.
2. Frosted Berry Infinity Scarf
Want to add some more color? Look at this free crochet pattern. It’s another infinity scarf made with chunky yarn and an 8mm hook.
So what’s the difference? This one has a bit more of an open stitch design whereas our first recommendation is very much blocked together. Dealer’s choice.
3. Crystalline Infinity Scarf
Looking for a free infinity scarf crochet pattern for the fall? You’ll absolutely love this one. It’s the lightest scarf we’ve mentioned yet, meaning it’s great for those days that are just starting to get cool.
It’s made very simply with a repeating pattern and lots of texture. The most advanced stitch you’ll need to know is double crochet, so beginners welcome.
4. Cluster Stitch Infinity Scarf
This infinity scarf pattern gives you a hack for accomplishing the cable stitch…without quite accomplishing the cable stitch. Because of this slight technicality, it’s recommended for experienced beginners. Still, the pattern is made to be easy to follow.
If you love it as much as the author does, you’ll be making a set of three or more.
5. Oversize Infinity Scarf
For those who prefer their infinity scarf to drape, try this free crochet pattern. It comes together with a “four row repeat” so once you nail the starting process, you’re well on your way to a handmade oversized infinity scarf.
6. Braided Infinity Scarf
Beginner, with video tutorial
For some crafters, it’s all about the detail. This pattern is perfect for those people. The crochet pattern is fairly simple to follow, but the braided technique brings it to a whole new level. Many will feel comfortable with this, but if you don’t her video tutorial will help clear up and confusion.
7. Fall Sunburnt Infinity Scarf
If you’re someone who loves to follow a perfect color scheme set by a designer, you’ll love this fall-themed infinity scarf.
Not only is it popping with beautiful autumn colors, but it’s got a fabulous texture that you can create through simple stitches. The most difficult stitch is double crochet, so even beginners can enjoy this free crochet pattern.
8. The Aspen
This crochet pattern is a perfect classic infinity scarf. Easy enough for beginners and quick enough for advanced crocheters, this scarf is perfect for preparing for impending ski trips.
9. The Selma
Great for adventurous beginners, this chunky scarf makes a great winter accessory. The original is made in a neutral color designed to go with anything, but you have the freedom to make whatever your heart desires.
10. The Cyprus
This pattern makes an evergreen infinity scarf that you’ll love to slip into in fall or winter. It’s easy enough for beginners, but still makes an impressive detail with the bead stitch.
11. Simple Crochet Neck Warmer
Technically, cowls and neck warmers are the original infinity scarves. If you want to keep it classic, this fast and easy crochet cowl pattern comes together with simple repetition of a single stitch.
12. Wavy Infinity Scarf
This beautiful infinity scarf features a wavy shell stitch and a helpful video tutorial! Originally written in child size, but the pattern explains how to get it to adult sizes.
The thing about infinity scarfs is that once you know the pattern, it’s easy to adjust for a bigger or smaller design as you see fit.
13. The Elise
Super easy, very sweet: this beginner-friendly pattern walks you through the simple stitches to create this lovely winter infinity scarf.
The right yarn brings it to life with a beautiful ombre pattern. As always, the ultimate color palette is up to you.
14. The Jasmine Scarf
This scarf adds an extra edge to an infinity scarf pattern with the triangle look. The scarf has a bandana vibe, but it’s still nice and oversized to keep you warm through winter.
15. LB Infinity Scarf
These stitches are very beginner friendly, with the most advanced being the treble stitch, which is still incredibly easy to learn even for your first time crocheting.
16. Butterscotch Infinity Scarf
Though that warm and sweet butterscotch color makes us swoon for a toasty treat, this scarf is beautiful in any color you choose.
It’s fairly simple, with the most difficult stitch being the herringbone double crochet. For beginners, the author provides an explanation on how to carry out this stitch, which makes it very easy and accessible to accomplish.
17. Easy Chunky Ribbed Infinity Scarf
Another easy pattern from Stitchin mommy, this infinity scarf features a bold stripe for a little extra something.
It’s still a very easy process once you follow the pattern, so beginners can enjoy working on this and learning crochet while more advanced learned can whip this beauty up in no time.
18. Seed stitch
Seed stitch often comes to life predominantly in knitting patterns, but this crochet pattern helps you create an infinity scarf with the same lovely stitch.
This pattern is fabulous for several reasons: it helps you gauge and find the right size you’re looking for, and if you love the result you can access a pattern for an incredibly popular matching hat.
Some technical terms come into play, so we recommend this for advanced beginners.
19. Easy Breezy Scarf
A lot of these infinity scarfs are closer to a cowl in length. If you’re looking for a true infinity scarf that is nice and long and can be coiled around you for fall and winter warmth, this is the one. The pattern is fairly beginner friendly, but the accompanying video tutorial really helps clear up any of the trickier stitches you might get stuck on.
20. The University Scarf
Warm and hearty yarn helps to whip up this undeniable winter infinity scarf.
The free pattern creates a long scarf with a few accenting stripes for extra pizzaz. It comes together with 2-skeins of yarn and, as the author suggests, easy when you binge a few episodes of your favorite new show.
21. Let It Go Scarf
Nothing says “winter” like a Frozen-themed crochet project. This beautiful infinity scarf borrows a style tip from Princess Elsa making for a scarf that’s as showstopping as the song.
22. Diamond Cowl Infinity Scarf
When it comes to eye-catching crochet patterns, texture speaks volumes. This beautiful infinity scarf was originally made in a slate-grey, but still has all the charm and excitement you’d want with its diamond stitch.
23. Super Bulky Infinity Scarf
Beginner, with video tutorial
This crochet pattern seems to have it all. It is easy to make, fits the bill for a wonderfully thick and chunky infinity scarf, comes with a handy video tutorial and to top it all off, it’s free.
Your only responsibility is to pick up your favorite color yarn and begin crocheting!
24. Fluffy Clouds Scarf
Dreaming of a big fluffy infinity scarf? The heavens have answered with this free crochet pattern.
Designed with people in mind who get particularly cold in winter, this pattern creates a scarf that’s as pretty as it is cozy.
25. Toasted Marshmallow Infinity Scarf
One of the best parts of winter is sitting around the fire getting warm and toasty. This scarf is reminiscent of those cozy pastimes, and will certainly make you feel the warm and fuzzies.
It’s great for beginners or those who enjoy a video tutorial. Pick the right kind of yarn and you’ll reach for this accessory on any winter day you can.
26. One-Hour, One-Skein Infinity Scarf
If cozy is the goal, then you’re going to love this free infinity scarf pattern. It’s a very simple pattern to follow, and is great for beginners who are familiar with working in the round.
27. Coffee Bean Infinity Scarf
Looking for a one-skein project? This Java-colored infinity scarf might be it for you. It’s quick but it’s also beautiful with its warm coffee-colored scheme.