I love the understated sophistication of this Infinity Scarf-to-Wrap!! It can go from an cowl or scarf to a wrap with just a tug over the shoulders and looks just as cute with a pair of jeans as it does with a dressier outfit. Best of all, it’s super simple to make!
Faux Fur Trimmed Infinity Scarf/Wrap
Here is what you will need:
- 1 skein Lion Brand Fisherman’s Wool, 465 yd (shown here in Oatmeal #123)
- 1 skein Lion Brand Pelt, 47 yd. (shown here in Sable #205)
- I hook / 5.5 mm
- scissors and yarn needle
Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this pattern: Crochet Abbreviations, U.S. to U.K. Crochet Conversion Chart.
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Ch 152 (or any even number of stitches until desired width is reached).
Row 1: Work 1 sc in the fourth chain from the hook (skipped chains count as ch-sp), *ch 1 and skip next ch, 1 sc in next ch, repeat from * across, turn — 75 sc.
Row 2: Ch 2, work 1 sc in first ch-1 sp, ch 1, *1 sc in next ch-1 sp, ch 1, rep from * across ending with 1 sc in turning ch-sp from previous row, turn — 75 sc.
Row 3: Ch 2, work 1 sc in first ch-1 sp, ch 1, *1 sc in next ch-1 sp, ch 1, rep from * across ending with 1 sc in turning ch-2 sp from previous row, turn — 75 sc.
Rows 4 through 60: Repeat Row 3 until piece measures 18 in. or until your desired length is reached.
Rows 61 through 63: Join faux fur yarn and repeat Row 3.
Twist and Seaming
Lay rectangular piece flat in front of you with fur trim at the top. Grab corners C and D and give piece a half twist while folding and laying corner C on top of corner B and corner D on top of corner A.
Using a yarn needle and length of yarn, whip st along edge to seam edge together, as indicated by the red line below.
Weave in all ends and enjoy!
Elaine Ramirez says
Is there a video or anything that shows how to crochet with the yarn for example, like the starting knot and then once it’s done how to end it and join and weave in the end? My end was so big and I wasn’t sure how to do this without it looking so chunky/clunky.
Carolyn Pasquarella says
I made this and it came out so nice. I struggled a bit with the first row of fur since it’s so much thicker than the yarn but the fur hides any errors in me crocheting it together. I’ve only been crocheting a few months so it was nice to be able to make something aside from a scarf that I will actually wear. I’ve gotten so many complements on it.
Jeff Clouser says
Do you have a knitting pattern version?
Kara Gunza says
Unfortunately I do not, however it should work up just as nicely in stockinette stitch. Just follow the basic idea here and stitch counts (double checking for sizing) and it should work 🙂 Keep me posted!
Do you have the dimensions for the rectangle before it’s sewn together? I see one side should be about 18 inches, but not the dimension for the other side. Let me know and thank you.
The width would be about 46 inches.
Do you use the fur along the other side? I’ve done the one side and it doesn’t wrap all the way around like the pic.
Hi Brooke 🙂 Yes, I only uses it around half of the wrap because I only wanted it at the top. Of course you can go all the way if you’d like though 🙂
Mary Tulenko says
This is really cute! I have some black ‘fur’ yarn that’s not working where I originally meant to use it; it might work well here with gray…
Can any yarn be used for thus scarf?
Is it then correct to chain 176?
Hi Vivienne 🙂 As long as it’s a worsted weight yarn it should be the same.
Unfortunately I printed the pattern with 76 chains and have completed the scarf. I was wondering why it wasn’t like the picture. So, wasted yarn and pelt. 🙁
Cindy Childers says
Love this look. I do have a question on this pattern. For row one, it states steps, but at end it says to turn – 75 sc. Should this bring it back to beginning of row one?
Thanks in advance. I am new to crochet, knit and looming.
Hi Cindy 🙂 this piece is worked back and forth in rows.
I’m guessing all the steps should be updated to reflect the correct starting chain
never mind my comment — the 75 sc is because you also will have 76 chain spaces.
Hello – I would like to try this pattern, but I am wondering if the 76 count chain is correct? Thanks
Good catch! That is a typo … the starting chain should be 152 chains. I have corrected the pattern to reflect this now.
Thank you for updating the pattern directions: I got 1/3 way done, and realized there is no way 76 count chains were enough! Also it has been a fffrustrating start, I will begin yet again.