Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf

The Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf is indeed the stuff dreams are made of. Dreams of bright, bold hues, ultra modern color blocking, super chunky scarves and cowls, and infinite possibilities!

Free Crochet Pattern: Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf - moogly

Once the crochet pattern idea for the Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf came to me, it demanded to be made. I started it late one night, and had it finished by the middle of the next – a neon fever! And it packs a COLOR PUNCH!

Free Crochet Pattern: Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf - moogly

It’s long enough to wear a variety of ways, but anyway you wear it, it’s sure to get you noticed!

Free Crochet Pattern: Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf - moogly

Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf

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  • US – I hook, 5.5mm
  • 460 yds (8.9oz) total worsted weight yarn, in 5 colors (Bernat Handicrafter shown, approx. 92 yds of each)
  • Stitch marker (optional)
  • Gauge: 14 sts x 7 rows = 4″ in pattern
  • Size: 8″ wide x 78″ long (before joining ends to create infinity scarf)
  • Notes and Tips:
    1. I’ve written the pattern in standard format, starting each row with a ch 3, which counts as the first st of the row. However, I recommend using the Chainless Starting Dc instead for an even better result!
    2. After Row 1, dc into the ch sp when appropriate, rather than the ch itself.
    3. Every row will have 28 sts, including the chain sts.
    4. If you use a st marker to mark the side of every Row 19 repeat, it will make counting rows to stay on pattern easier.

Written Instructions: (scroll down for chart!)

Row 1: With Color A, ch 30. Dc in the 4th ch from the hook (3 ch counts as first st). Dc in the next ch. [Ch 2, skip 2 ch, dc in the next 7 ch] twice. Ch 2, skip 2 ch, dc 5. Turn.

Row 2: Ch 3, dc in the next 6 sts. [Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the next 7 sts] twice. Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the last st. Turn.

Row 3: Ch 3, dc in the next 7 sts. [Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the next 7 sts] twice. Ch , skip 1 st, dc in the last st. Turn.

Row 4: Ch 3, dc in the next st. [Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the next 7 sts] twice. Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the last 6 sts. Turn.

Row 5: Ch 3, dc in the next 3 sts. [Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the next 7 sts] twice. Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the last 4 sts. Turn.

Row 6: Ch 3, dc in the next 5 sts. [Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the next 7 sts] twice. Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the last 2 sts. Turn.

Row 7: Ch 4, skip the next st, dc in the next 7 sts. [Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the next 7 sts] twice. Dc in the last st. Turn.

Row 8: Ch 5, skip the next 2 sts, dc in the next 7 sts. [Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the next 7 sts] twice. Turn.

Row 9: Ch 3, dc in the next 4 sts. [Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the next 7 sts] twice. Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the last 3 sts. Turn.

Free Crochet Pattern: Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf - mooglyRow 10: Repeat Row 9

Row 11: Repeat Row 8

Row 12: Repeat Row 7

Row 13: Repeat Row 6

Row 14: Repeat Row 5

Row 15: Repeat Row 4

Row 16: Repeat Row 3

Row 17: Repeat Row 2

Row 18: Ch 3, dc in the next 2 sts. [Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the next 7 sts] twice. Ch 2, skip 2 sts, dc in the last 5 sts. Turn.

Row 19: Repeat Row 18

Row 20 – 28: Repeat Rows 2 – 10. Break yarn and finish off.

Row 29 – 55: With Color B, sl st (or use Standing Dc) to join to last st of Row 28. Repeat Rows 11 – 19, then repeat Rows 2 – 19. Break yarn and finish off.

Rows 56 – 82: With Color C, sl st to join to last st of Row 55. Repeat Rows 2 – 19, then repeat Rows 2 – 10. Break yarn and finish off.

Rows 83 – 109: With Color D, sl st to join to last st of Row 82. Repeat Rows 11 – 19, then repeat Rows 2 – 19. Break yarn and finish off.

Rows 110 – 136: With Color E, sl st to join to last st of Row 109. Repeat Rows 2 – 19, then repeat Rows 2 – 10. Break yarn leaving an 18″ tail for sewing.

Using the tail, whip st Row 1 and Row 136 evenly together to form infinity scarf (or leave unsewn for long standard scarf). Weave in all ends.

The Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf Chart:

Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf - now with a chart!

Free Crochet Pattern: Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf - mooglyNow it’s time to play! Wear it long and loose, wrap it around and around, tie it in a knot, pull it over the shoulders as a wrap – the Neon Dreams Infinity Scarf is ready for whatever you dream up! It’s fun in neon brights, but would be lovely in autumn colors, cool blues, jewel tones – whatever palette pushes your On button. I can’t wait to see what you all do with it!

Written pattern copyright Tamara Kelly 2013. Please do not reprint or repost this pattern, but please do link to this page to share this pattern with others. If you wish to make items for sale from this pattern, please visit the About page for details. [email protected]

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Comments

  1. 3

    Connie Vaughn says

    For Rows 110 – 136, shouldn’t we join Color E instead of Color C again?

    Thank you for the free pattern, can’t wait to make this baby up! I am scarf addicted! like I may need a 12 step program… lol

    Have a great day!

  2. 8

    Jean Sain says

    I love all your crochet patterns that you have done but my favorite one is your Scoody. I have made at least 10 of them so far. And they are all different as well. Thanks so much for that pattern.

  3. 9

    Jenn L says

    Another MUST make! And perfect timing as I just finished a project a couple days ago and needed something new to start tomorrow.

  4. 12

    says

    I love all of your patterns. I love crocheting gifts for my friends and I use many of your designs. What I love is that you show so many ways of how the scarves can be worn.
    Thanks for sharing!!!

  5. 14

    Melanie says

    LOVE the Blackberry Salad stripes, blanket and bonnet. Made the bonnet in red, white, and blue and it is adorable!

  6. 15

    Kate Chaney says

    I would really like to make something like this in Christmas colors, but the total would only be four stripes ( red, white, green, white) or eight (red, white, green, white, red, white, green, white). Any suggestions?

    • 16

      Tamara Kelly says

      Sure! The scarf is 136 rows long, so to make it in 4 colors I would change colors every 34 rows or so instead – it’s basically an 18 row repeat, so it’s just a matter of shifting the color breaks around. :)

    • 23

      Tamara Kelly says

      I’ve been at it for over a decade! Someday I should dig up some of the messes I made while learning…

  7. 24

    Nancy says

    I tried this pattern and my scarf was not coming out correct. Do the skip two and chain two line up? Mine were not and I didn’t always have 28 stitches sometimes I had less. I tried this several different times and could not get it. What was I doing wrong?

    • 25

      Tamara Kelly says

      The 28 includes the chains, and the ch 3 at the beginning of each row counts as a stitch as well. Whenever you skip two, you also chain two. The “holes” created by the skip 2/ch 2 should form a repeating diagonal pattern across the width of the scarf. I’ll try to add a chart!

  8. 26

    Cay says

    Do you have any suggestions on making this a two-color scarf? I would love to do this in school colors. This would be so awesome to send to my college kids…or make one to wear to my hometown football games.

    • 27

      Tamara Kelly says

      Cay, since it’s 136 rows, you could do the first 68 in one color and the last 68 in the second, or change colors every 34 rows for 4 blocks of color!

  9. 29

    says

    Great scarf! Perfect colour balance. And I love the chart too. (I’ve been playing around with using free drawing software to chart crochet – it looks very nice but takes forever. I keep thinking that I could draw the darn thing by hand in ten minutes.) :)

    • 30

      Tamara Kelly says

      :D Thank you Sue! I’m glad the chart works – I tried using photoshop for a few, but you’re right, it took ages! I’d like to think I’m getting better at the handmade ones as I go.

  10. 33

    Patricia Reid says

    I just love the Pattern and it looks quite easy. Do you think it would look OK if I used my leftover yarns? I have a lot of partial skeins and I would like to use them up instead of buying more yarn. It would have a stripped effect than blocks.What do you think?

  11. 37

    Darrya says

    Tamara,
    I’m working on this scarf right now, its coming out so nice. Thank you for creating this pattern, I love it.

  12. 39

    Emily says

    I’ve made up a scarf and am ready to stitch the ends together, do you twist one side to form a moebus ring or join straight? If I join straight it seems like I should frog row 136 to match the diagonal squares pattern. If I twist they do line up but then the pattern reverses. Thanks!

  13. 43

    Vicki L says

    just saw this one hour ago and within half hour hubby went out shopping for yarn for me for two of them! My daughter-in-law and my granddaughter each are going to love having this!!!! Thank you so much!!

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