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Chunky infinity scarves

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Chunky infinity scarves. Get inspired and try out new things.
Chunky Crochet Scarf-Grey bulky yarn

Inspired by all of those beautiful, chunky yarns at the craft store and my desire to make lots of scarves really fast, this double-wrapped, crochet scarf is

Basic Chunky Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern via My Favourite Things

PATTERN ONLY - Not finished product. Whether you’re hitting the slopes or just wish your were, winter weather just got a lot more bearable with the Basic Chunky Infinity Scarf. This beginner- friendly pattern works up into a soft, snuggly and extra warm circular scarf that will keep you nice and toasty throughout the chillier months. Designed to help you stitch your way to mindfulness, the rhythmic and repetitive nature of the stitches and techniques used in this piece are both calming and…

Inspired by all of those beautiful, chunky yarns at the craft store and my desire to make lots of scarves really fast, this double-wrapped, crochet scarf

Inspired by all of those beautiful, chunky yarns at the craft store and my desire to make lots of scarves really fast, this double-wrapped, crochet scarf is

This snuggly crochet infinity scarf will keep all the chills out! With a simple stitch pattern and cozy chenille or velvet yarn, this free crochet pattern is a quick make and perfect for beginners.

This snuggly, chunky crochet infinity scarf will keep all the chills out! With a simple stitch pattern, this free crochet pattern is a quick make and perfect for beginners.

Infinity scarf, hat, and mitten set - 26 Cozy DIY Infinity Scarves With Free Patterns and Instructions

If you don’t have an infinity scarf in your wardrobe, you are missing out on one of the most fun and versatile accessories ever invented! An infinity scarf is just like a normal scarf, except that it has no end; it’s a closed loop of fabric. Is that why it’s called an infinity scarf?