Zero Hour Infinity Scarf

When Christmas is less than 72 hours away and you realize you still need a gift for your sister in law, this infinity scarf is the result!

I used worsted weight yarn and a large hook and was able to work this up in 5 hours…maybe less! Can’t get any better than that when you’re stressing a wee bit, can it?

Zero Hour Braided Infinity Scarf


Worsted Weight Yarn (approx 300 yds)

J-6.00mm Hook




Make 3:

Ch 102

  • Row 1: Dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in each ch across, turn.

  • Row 2-5: Ch 2 (does not count as a stitch), dc in each stitch across, turn.

Fasten off.

To join: sc across the short edges of all 3 strips, fasten off.

Braid the 3 long strips together and sc across exposed edges, fasten off.

Slip Stitch both sc edges together to close loop. BE SURE NOT TO TWIST YOUR SCARF OR YOU’LL HAVE ODD LOOKING BRAIDS!

Happy Crafting!


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4 thoughts on “Zero Hour Infinity Scarf

  1. Hi, I hope I’m not bothering you too much with a question. I love this pattern and am hoping to make it with some yarn I’ve frogged from a larger project. What I’m wondering is what you mean by “sc across exposed edges”? Also, does each loop basically stay independent though braided, or are they also stitched together?

    If you have time to answer this, thank you so much!

    • Hey! It’s no bother at all. After you’ve braided them together, you’ll sc across the remaining short ends to join your ends and secure your braid so it doesn’t come undone. Each loop of your braid is independent to give the scarf a fuller look.

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