These Toasty Trebles Infinity Scarves are super easy to make and would be perfect for some cozy holiday gifts!
These scarves are made with Patons Canadiana, which is a super soft acrylic yarn that comes in several beautiful shades. The texture is only one side of the scarf, so they are nice and cozy without being too heavy.
I used almost exactly 2 skeins of Patons Canadiana to make one scarf, so if you’re planning to make one in a bigger size than is in the pattern, then you’ll definitely want to have a third skein on hand.
Here is a quick YouTube tutorial for this pattern if you’d like to watch before you get started!
Patons Canadiana (100% acrylic, 100 g/3.5 oz, 187 m/205 yds)
2 skeins any color
Size H/5.00mm hook, tapestry needle, scissors
Finished size 6 in x 52 in
Gauge 4 in = 20 st and 12 rows of pattern
Single Crochet (SC): Insert your hook, yarn over (YO) and pull up a loop, YO and pull through two loops.
Treble Crochet (TC): YO twice, insert your hook, YO and pull up a loop, YO and pull through two loops, YO and pull through two loops, YO and pull through remaining two loops on hook.
Slip Stitch (SL ST): Insert your hook, YO, pull up a loop and pull directly through loop on hook.
Chain 24 (or any even number).
Row 1: Starting in the 2nd chain from the hook, work 1 SC in each chain. CH 1 and turn.
Row 2: Work 1 SC into the first stitch. *Work 1 TC in the next stitch, then work 1 SC in the next stitch. Repeat from * across the row. CH 1 and turn.
Row 3: Work 1 SC in each stitch across the row. CH 1 and turn.
Row 4: Work 1 SC in each of the first 2 stitches. *Work 1 TC in the next stitch, then work 1 SC in the next stitch. Repeat from * across the row until there are 2 stitches left. Work 1 SC in each of the last 2 stitches. CH 1 and turn.
Row 5: Work 1 SC in each stitch across the row. CH 1 and turn.
Repeat rows 2 through 5 until your scarf measures about 50 to 52 inches or your desired length. (Just make sure you have enough yarn left to combine the ends of the scarf.) Try to end your scarf with rows 4 and 5 so that when you combine the two ends, the trebles will continue to be offset.
When you reach the end of your scarf, you can either tie off and leave yourself a long tail that you can use to sew the two ends together with a tapestry needle, or you can CH 1 and then slip stitch the two ends together, inserting your hook through both ends of the scarf as you go.
Whichever way you choose, you’ll just want to make sure that the textured sides of your scarf are facing each other when you combine the two ends so that your seam will be on the inside of your scarf.
When finished, tie off and weave in all ends with a tapestry needle.
Thank you so much for visiting Daisy Farm Crafts! Happy Crocheting! xo, Hannah
Here are a few more of our infinity scarf patterns if you’re looking for some more ideas!