Bellflower Infinity Scarf – Free Pattern!!!!

My Bellflower Infinity Scarf Pattern is probably my most popular design. It has been offered as a free pattern on Naturally Caron’s website and sadly Caron yarns has discontinued their line of Naturally Caron yarns and pulled their website and along with it, all their free patterns.  So I am posting the pattern here for free on my blog.

The Bellflower Infinity Scarf was made originally in Naturally Caron Joy! yarn, but you can make it in any worsted weight yarn.  The softer the yarn, the better– I recommend a yarn with a bamboo blend for a nice drape.  You can have fun experimenting with lighter and heavier yarns and just see what you like. Just remember that a lighter yarn is going to result in a narrower and shorter scarf and a bulkier yarn is going to result in a wider and longer scarf, so plan accordingly.

Bellflower Infinity Scarf

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Bellflower Infinity Scarf

Designed by Carrie Carpenter


FINISHED MEASUREMENTS:  Scarf measures approximately 8″/20.5cm wide x 58″/147.5cm around

YARN: Naturally JOY! (70% Acrylic/30% Bamboo; 3oz/85g, 165yds/288m):

#0007 Aquatica: 3 balls

CROCHET HOOK: One size US H-8 (5mm)

GAUGE: Gauge is not critical for this project.

STITCHES USED: Chain (ch), double crochet (dc), slip stitch (sl st)


Ch 32.

Row 1 (RS): Dc in 4th ch from hook (beginning ch counts as dc), *sk next 2 ch, (3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in next ch, sk next 2 ch, dc in next 2 ch; repeat from * across, turn—4 pattern repeats.

Row 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout), sk first dc, dc in next dc, *sk next 2 dc, dc in next dc, ch 1, (dc, ch 1, dc) in next ch-1 sp, ch 1, dc in next dc, sk next 2 dc, dc in next 2 dc; repeat from * across, turn.

Row 3: Ch 3, sk first dc, dc in next dc, *sk next ch-1 sp, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) in next ch-1 sp, sk next ch-1 sp, sk next dc, dc in next 2 dc; repeat from * across, turn.


Row 4: Ch 3, sk first dc, dc in next dc, *(3 dc, ch 1, 3 dc) in next ch-3 sp, sk next 2 dc, dc in next 2 dc; repeat from * across, turn.

Repeat Rows 2–4 until piece measures about 58″/147.5cm. Do not fasten off.


Joining Row: Fold piece, bringing first row up to meet last row, working in chains across opposite side of foundation ch and sts of last row (through both thicknesses), sl st in each st across to join piece into a ring.

Fasten off.

FINISHING: Using yarn needle, weave in all ends. Block lightly, if desired.

Bellflower Infinity Scarf Stitch Chart


93 thoughts on “Bellflower Infinity Scarf – Free Pattern!!!!

  1. H. Shaw says:

    My wife wanted to print out this free pattern, so she clicked on “Print”. What makes you think anyone would want to print the pattern – plus include ALL OF THE COMMENTS ON THIS PAGE? That’s either senseless or rude, hard to say which!

    • Carrie says:

      As a blog, this site isn’t really designed for printing patterns. I’m sorry if you think it’s senseless or rude, but I don’t a way of creating pattern downloads or limiting the pages that print for readers to those that the pattern appears on. However, you can print the pages you want as follows: When the print screen comes up, simply type in the range of pages you want. Pages 1-2 should get you the full pattern. You can also find and print crochet patterns from my Ravelry Designer page: If you don’t have a Ravelry account, it’s free to create an account.

  2. Gina Gorman says:

    Hi Carrie, I promise I’m not commenting to be rude! I was just wondering if you would be able to suggest a good substitution for the naturally caron joy yarn that would work as good for this pattern. I haven’t mastered the art of yarn substitution yet! I would really appreciate any ideas. Thank you in advance.

    • Carrie says:

      Hi Gina, Caron Joy yarn is a worsted-weight (#4) acrylic-blend yarn. You should be fine substituting most any acrylic worsted-weight yarn. My suggestions would include: Red Heart Soft, Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice, Red Heart Super Saver, or Caron Simply Soft. You should be able to find one or more of these at your local box store. I hope this helps!

  3. louzapoes says:

    So you have 30 stitches in the second row and in the 38 in the last. How are you supposed to attach these two rows to each other nicely?

    • Carrie says:

      When you lay the two ends of the scarf together on a flat surface you should be able to line the stitches up in a pattern that will fit together, pretty much in the same way the pattern can increase and decrease in stitch count from one row to another.

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