Crochet Infinity Scarf And Crochet Beanie Free Pattern

infinity scarf and a beanie free pattern

I’ve crocheted this infinity scarf and beanie using a pattern that makes them a very stretchy. The size of the scarf is about 90 cm circumference and 15 cm wide. The size of the hat is about 46 cm circumference and 24 cm wide. This warm winter set is quick to make. You can easily create it if you know how to work in the round and make basic stitches + you will learn how to make a pompom.

Materials:

Yarn: Kartopu 100% Acrylic Gonca (100 grams/ 300 meters), Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi) – 2 

Crochet Hook: 4 mm

Stitches Used: ch-chain, st-stitch, sl st-slip stitch, sc-single crochet, dc-double crochet, dc2tog-double crochet two together, fpdc-front post double crochet, bpdc-back post double crochet. Here is the post that will show you how to do the fpdc and bpdc.

Crochet infinity scarf pattern:

ch-153

Round 1: dc in the 4th ch from the hook, dc in each ch across, join with sl st to top of ch-3 (151 dc)

Round 2-3: ch-2 (counts as dc), * fpdc in next dc, bpdc in next dc, repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 4: ch-2, 1 dc in next 3 sts, ch-1, skip 2 sts, sc in next st, ch-1, skip 2 sts, * 1 dc in next 3 sts, ch-1, 1 dc in next 3 sts, ch-1, skip 2 sts, sc in next st, ch-1, repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 5: ch-2, 1 fpdc in next 3 dc, ch-1, * 1 fpdc in next 3 dc, ch-1, sc in ch-1 space, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 3 dc, ch-1, repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 6: ch-2, * 1 fpdc in next 6 fpdc, puff st in sc, ch-2, puff st in same sc, ch-1, repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 7-9: ch-2, * 1 fpdc in next 6 fpdc, puff st in space between puff sts of previous round, ch-2, puff st in same space, ch-1, repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 10: ch-2, * 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, ch-1, sc in space between puff sts of previous round, ch-1, repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 11: ch-2, * 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, ch-1, sc in ch-1 space, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, ch-1,

repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 12: ch-2, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, * puff st in sc, ch-2, puff st in same sc, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 6 fpdc, repeat from * around,join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 13-15: ch-2, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, * puff st in space between puff sts of previous round, ch-2, puff st in same space, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 6 fpdc, repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 16: ch-2, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, * ch-1, sc in space between puff sts of previous round, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 6 fpdc,  repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 17: ch-2, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, *ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 6 fpdc, repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 18: ch-2, dc in each fpdc around, join with sl st to top of ch-2

Round 19-20: ch-2, * bpdc in next fpdc, fpdc in next fpdc, repeat from * around, join with sl st to top of ch-2, finish off.

Crochet beanie pattern:

ch-84

Round 1: dc in the 4th ch from the hook, dc in each ch across, join with sl st to top of ch-3 (81dc).

Round 2-6: ch-2 (counts as dc), * fpdc, bpdc, repeat from * around.

Round 7: ch-2, 1 dc in next 3 sts, ch-1, skip 2 sts, sc in next st, ch-1, skip 2 sts, * 1 dc in next 3 sts, ch-1, 1 dc in next 3 sts, ch-1, skip 2 sts, sc in next st, ch-1, repeat from * around.

Round 8: ch-2, 1 fpdc in next 3 dc, ch-1, * 1 fpdc in next 3 dc, ch-1, sc in ch-1 space, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 3 dc, ch-1, repeat from * around.

Round 9: ch-2, * 1 fpdc in next 6 fpdc, puff st in sc, ch-2, puff st in same sc, ch-1, repeat from * around.

Round 10-12: ch-2, * 1 fpdc in next 6 fpdc, puff st in space between puff sts of previous round, ch-2, puff st in same space, ch-1, repeat from * around.

Round 13: ch-2, * 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, ch-1, sc in space between puff sts of previous round, ch-1, repeat from * around.

Round 14: ch-2, * 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, ch-1, sc in ch-1 space, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, ch-1,

repeat from * around.

Round 15: ch-2, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, * puff st in sc, ch-2, puff st in same sc, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 6 fpdc, repeat from * around.

Round 16-18: ch-2, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, * puff st in space between puff sts of previous round, ch-2, puff st in same space, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 6 fpdc, repeat from * around.

Round 19: ch-2, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, * ch-1, sc in space between puff sts of previous round, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc, ch-1, 1 fpdc in next 3 fpdc

Round 20-24: repeat from round 8 to round 12.

Round 25: ch-2, * 1 fpdc in next 6 fpdc, ch-1, sc in space between puff sts of previous round, ch-1, repeat from * around.

Round 26: ch-2,  fpdc in each fpdc around

Round 27: ch-2, * fpdc2tog in next 2 fpdc, 2 fpdc in next 2 fpdc, repeat from* around

Round 28: ch-2, *2 fpdc in next 2 fpdc, fpdc2tog in next 2 fpdc, repeat from* around

Round 29-30: ch-2, fpdc2tog in next 2 fpdc around, finish off.

crochet beanie free pattern

How to make a pompom:

crochet infinity scarf and a beanie free pattern

crochet infinity scarf and crochet beanie free pattern

69 comments

  1. carol ann kruse says:

    I don’t know what FPDC or BPDC I think it is front post double crochet and back post double crochet My daughter texted me about 30 min. Ago mom make me this beanie I said I’ll try let’s see how it comes out.

      • carol ann kruse says:

        I made the beanie it was first time I made one I don’t wear hats my granddaughters are into had fad now.I made 1 of this one and 2of the other pattern link you gave me they were easier they loved them.I didn’t make scarf I don’t wear scarfs I think it was in the 80 s in sunny so California but 11yr Savannah wore hat lol

  2. carol ann kruse says:

    I finished my first beanie.the reason I never make beanies is I don’t wear hats they mess up my hair.this one was for my 16yr granddaughter Miranda I hope the rest of my grandkids don’t want one lol

  3. Susan Gregg says:

    How do I make a puff st for this pattern? I’ve made puff st before but there are varying ways to do them and I don’t see the instructions here for your hat and scarf.
    Thanks!

    • Jane says:

      Hi Susan
      Thank you for you question.
      Puff stitch:
      Step 1: Yarn over. Insert the hook into the stitch. Pull the yarn through the stitch. Bring the loop up to match the same height as the previous stitch. There should now be 3 loops on your hook.
      Step 2: Yarn over. Insert the hook into the same stitch. Pull the yarn through the stitch.Bring the loop up to match the same height as the previous loop. There should now be 5 loops on your hook.
      Step 3: Yarn over. Insert the hook into the same stitch. Pull the yarn through the stitch.Bring the loop up to match the same height as the previous loop. There should now be 7 loops on your hook.
      Step 4:Yarn over. Pull the yarn through all 7 loops on your hook.
      Good luck!

  4. Christine says:

    What is the weight of this yarn. I’m trying to find a suitable substitute I can’t find Kartopu in my area. Is it a medium weight (4) like Red Heart Super Saver, or lighter?

    • Jane says:

      I’ve never used Red Heart Super Saver. I can’t find it in my area :) The pattern will usually specify the type of yarn and hook size to use.(100 grams/300 meters,crochet Hook: 4 mm).If you can’t find the yarn, just can use the similar yarn (search for the yarn according to specified parameters)

  5. Lori Grondin says:

    I am making this hat at the moment. I am loving this pattern. Thank you for letting us have this pattern for free. Is there some way I can email you a photo of the finished product on my daughter’s head?

  6. Kara Beth says:

    Hi! I am wondering what weight category this yarn is? Is it a worsted weight? Dk weight? I can’t tell from what is written. Thank you so much!!!

  7. cece says:

    I love this hat and I’m attempting to make it as I type…..I just have a question…should I be joining each round to the previous round or am I to just keep right on going over the previous row of stitches? This is throwing me off because I am not sure where to join and going from round 7 to round 8 isn’t quite working out for me.

  8. Veerle says:

    Lovely beany! I have a question about the amount of stitches: in round 7 you write “3 dc in the next 3 stitches”. That means that after round 7 you have about 130 stitches. Is that correct? I tried this but then round 8 doesn’t make any sense…?

    • Jane says:

      Round 7: ch-2, 1 dc in next 3 sts, ch-1, skip 2 sts, sc in next st, ch-1, skip 2 sts, * 1 dc in next 3 sts, ch-1, 1 dc in next 3 sts, ch-1, skip 2 sts, sc in next st, ch-1, repeat from * around.

      • gina says:

        I have a question about round 7

        7. Ch2, dc in 3, ch 1, sk 2, sc in next st, ch 1 sk 2 * dc in 3, ch 1, dc in 3, ch 1, sk 2, sc, ch 1 * repeat….. is there supposed to be a sk 2 before the repeat to dc in 3? Or just in the very first set up?

  9. Veerle says:

    I think I am doing something very wrong with the beanie, the stitches do not add up… Are the * in row 7 and further in the correct place? It’s not symmetrical this way. Is this correct please? Help….

  10. Christine says:

    I just finished this for a customer. Your photo is a bit deceiving. It makes the hat look like a slouchy beanie. Then we realized the model only has the hat on the back of her head. It’s a great hat and pattern otherwise. I just have to undo part of mine now to make it longer.

  11. Vanessa says:

    hi i’m doing your scarf right now and i got a question about round 19-20.
    when you said bpdc in next fpdc — do you mean i have to do the bpdc the fpdc found in round 17?

    follow up question, if this is so, then what happens to round 20? do i have to do the same pattern using round 17 as well?

  12. Deidre says:

    I am a beginner and am trying to make this hat. Starting round 9 but do not know how to make a PUFF st. Can you help me please??

    • Jane says:

      Hi Deidre

      Puff stitch: Step 1: Yarn over. Insert the hook into the stitch. Pull the yarn through the stitch. Bring the loop up to match the same height as the previous stitch. There should now be 3 loops on your hook. Step 2: Yarn over. Insert the hook into the same stitch. Pull the yarn through the stitch.Bring the loop up to match the same height as the previous loop. There should now be 5 loops on your hook. Step 3: Yarn over. Insert the hook into the same stitch. Pull the yarn through the stitch.Bring the loop up to match the same height as the previous loop. There should now be 7 loops on your hook. Step 4:Yarn over. Pull the yarn through all 7 loops on your hook. Good luck!

  13. Aubrey says:

    I’m trying the hat now and am wondering if I can chain less to start off with because 84ch is to big around for my head.. Could I just knock off 10 or so chains so it will be smaller? If I do, what would I need to do to the rest of the pattern for it to work with the lesser number of stitches? Please help!

  14. Daniela says:

    Hi Jane, thanks for the free pattern!

    I have a question though: should I turn the work after joining each round and doing the ch2? I have seen patterns worked in the round with and without turning and I’m confused. Thanks in advance!

  15. Sally says:

    Hi, My question is after round 2 (between round 2 and 6) do i chain 2? My other query is it seems that at the end on each round and the beginning of the next it will be a fpdc, Is this correct? or have i done something wrong.

  16. Sally says:

    Hello I was wondering after i chain the 84 and then DC in the 4 chain from the hook and every chain there after, do i Count the 1st three chains as a DC, cause if i do i end up with 82 DC and not 81. I hope this query makes sense.

  17. Heather says:

    In round 8 it says to ch-2 and then pfdc in the next 3 DC, CH and then 1fpdc in the next 3 fpdc… Does that mean I’m skipping over the sc spots and don’t do anything with those from round 7?

  18. Rachel says:

    i am also finding my row 7 to be off. I’ve counted and re-counted the number of stitches I have in row 6 to make sure that I still had 81. Yes I do. I have torn out row 7 twice now, following the pattern and double checking as I go and as someone previously stated, it is not symmetrical. The last 7 stitches in my row are 3dc, ch, 3dc and one empty stitch before I join. If I join, there are 9dc in a row. I just ripped it all out again and tried again, but where it says ch1, sk 2 stitches I only skipped one stitch and it worked out perfectly.

  19. Nicole says:

    Hey, I was wondering if you would mind me selling finished toques using your pattern on my etsy shop, I could link to your pattern if you want. Let me know either way, I love this pattern so much, it’s my new favourite pattern. Thanks

  20. Heather says:

    Rachel, did the whole hat work perfect by skipping 1 instead of 2? I’m starting rnd 10. After the join it says 6 fpdc, but I only have 3 before I hit the puff St. I’m sure I don’t fpdc oflver the puff St.

  21. Tanja says:

    Hello everyone, I am totally in love with the hat.
    What I have crocheted so far looks really good, but I am still ab it confused.
    Normally when I finish a round I finish the row with a sling stitch. It isn’t mentioned here? So do I just crochet on?

    And another question in round 2-6 the ch-2 counts as a dc, is the same true for all the other rounds?

    Thank you!

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