I loved this yarn from the minute I saw it at The Tail Spinner! I loved the mix of colors and it seemed to just sparkle with the jewel tones. So, I decided to play on that idea and add some real sparkles to the design of this Ribbons & Bling Infinity Scarf.
This scarf is easy for beginners and can really be customized to your liking. I wanted to add some bling to mine, so I found some matching ribbon trim with beads that I could work into my design. Be creative! Check out the options at your local craft store before you get started and make the pattern work with your ribbon and bling!
Worsted weight yarn of choice
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
Ribbons & Bling Infinity Scarf Pattern
Multiples of 4 + 3 (add 3 for base chain)
Row 1 – 1 dc into 6th ch from hook, *ch 1, skip 1 ch, work 1 dc into next ch; repeat from * to end, turn
Row 2 – ch 1, 1 sc into first st, *work 1 sc into next ch, 1 sc into next dc; repeat from *, ending the row with a sc into the first two ch in the turning chain, turn.
Row 3 – ch 3 and skip 1 st, *work 1 dc into next st, ch 1 and skip next st; repeat from * To end of row, ending with a dc into the turning chain below, turn (this row’s dc is worked to line up in the middle of the ch openings from two rows below, so you have an alternating pattern)
Row 4 – ch 1 and work 1 sc in each st across, turn
Row 5 – ch 3, skip first st and work a sc into next st, then work a dc into next and alternate sc then dc across to end, end with a sc into turning ch, turn
Row 6 – 8 – repeat row 5
Row 9 – ch 1 and work 1 sc in each st across, turn
Row 10 – ch 3 and skip the next st, then work 1 dc into the next st, ch 1 and skip 1 st, then work 1 dc and repeat dc/ch 1/skip 1 across to the end, turn
Row 11 – ch 1 and work 1 sc in each st across, turn.
Row 12 – ch 3, work 1 dc into the next st, then ch 1 and skip 1, then work a sc into the next st, repeat the dc/ch 1/skip 1 across to the end, turn
Use a slip stitch to seam the two ends together.
Finish and weave in ends.
Adding the ribbon – Cut your length of ribbon to be longer than the length of your row 1. Weave the ribbon into row 1 and use craft clue to seam the ends of the ribbon together. Repeat for row 10.
Tips and Other Ideas
- Want a wider scarf? Just add more of the repeats of row 5 in the middle.
- Want your scarf longer or shorter? Adjust your foundation chain, but keep the math the same – multiples of 4+3 (plus 3 for your base)
- Need a bigger width your trim? Use a treble crochet stitch instead of the double in rows 1 and 10.