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Easy Mosaic Crochet Scarf

Crochet an infinity scarf with my easy but striking free pattern which uses the mosaic technique.

Suitable for beginners, if you can double crochet (US single crochet) and treble crochet (US double crochet) you’ll finish this project in no time. 

If you’re an experienced crocheter, you’ll find this crochet infinity scarf pattern makes a quick and easy gift.

This mosaic crochet scarf free pattern is written in UK and US crochet terms.

two photos showing a crochet infinity scarf worn with one loop and worn with two loops

An infinity scarf is created by joining two ends together to form a loop and can range from 75cm (for one loop) to 150cm (for two or more loops) in length.

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Intricate stitches tend to be hidden in the loops of an infinity scarf which is why I’ve created this crochet infinity scarf pattern with easy repeats and bold stitches.

close up of mosaic crochet used to make an infinity scarf in grey and yellow
Easy pattern repeats

Crocheted in chunky yarn for this scarf you’ll only need 200g. And using a 6mm hook and with only 22 rows, this mosaic crochet scarf pattern works up really quickly.  

If you’re looking for a quick, one skein make, this project is perfect.

crochet infinity scarf using mosaic technique in yellow and grey looped round the neck once
crochet infinity scarf with one loop

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  • lined
  • college ruled
  • line split
  • 5mm/10mm grid
  • 6 months grid
  • 12 months grid
  • blank
  • dotted

Yarn

Emu Classic Chunky is a wonderfully soft, smooth premium acrylic yarn that is easy to care for and gives excellent stitch definition while remaining soft and beautifully workable.

mosaic crochet infinity scarf in grey and yellow with the loop wrapped round a mannekin twice
crochet infinity scarf with two loops

Pattern Notes

  • This infinity scarf pattern is made using the Inset mosaic crochet technique
  • Stitches are worked into the full stitch 3 rows below in the missed stitches
  • The pattern is worked in 2 rows of each colour, turning your work at the end of a row
  • Do not tie off at the end of a row but carry the unworked yarn up the side of your work
  • Make sure you don’t pull the ‘floating’ yarn too tightly because you don’t want your rows to bunch up
  • Change colour on the last pull through of the 2nd row
  • MC = main colour FOG
  • CC = contrasting colour DIJON
  • Ch1 at the start of rows does not count as a stitch
  • At the end of 11B, fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing the seam to make the loop

With mosaic crochet, it’s easy to see the pattern as you’re working.  I find it helpful to use the stitches I’ve already made as a guide to continuing the pattern. 

As well as written instructions I have created a mosaic chart for this free pattern.

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Level

Easy

Materials

Stitches and Abbreviations

UK double crochet (dc) /  US single crochet (sc)

UK Treble Crochet 3 rows Down (Tr3d) / US Double Crochet 3 rows Down  (Dc3d)

MC – Main Colour

CC – Contrasting Colour

Ch – chain

St(s) – stitch(es)

Sk – skip

RS – right side

Measurements

15cm/6” wide x 140cm/55” length

Finished length (once seam is sewn to create the loop) 70cm/27.5”

montage of images for infinity crochet scarf mosaic technique in yellow and grey 1) wrapped around twice  2) one loop 3) close up of stitches

Related Mosaic Crochet Patterns

If you enjoy mosaic crochet, you might like to browse these patterns:

Mosaic Crochet Scarf Pattern

I have created a mosaic chart which will help if you’re a visual learner.  Use the chart and the written instructions together.

Mosaic Chart

mosaic chart

Click here to download the mosaic chart as a PDF

Instructions UK Crochet Terms

With a 6mm crochet hook and MC, ch154

MC

Row 1A:  ch1 (does not count as a st throughout the pattern), dc across, turn

Row 1B: rep row 1A

CC

Row 2A: ch1, dc x 4, ch3, sk 2 sts, *dc x 7, ch3, sk 2 sts, * rep to last 3 sts, dc x 3, turn

Row 2B: ch1, dc x 3, ch3, sk 2 sts, *dc x 7, ch3, sk 2 sts, * rep to last 4 sts, dc x 4, turn

MC

Row 3A: ch1, dc x 4, *tr3d x 2, dc x 2, ch4, sk 3 sts, dc x 2, * rep to last 3 sts, dc x 3, turn

Row 3B: ch1, dc x 7, ch4, sk 3 sts, *dc x 6, ch4, sk 3 sts, * rep to last 8 sts, dc x 8, turn

CC

Row 4A: ch1, dc x 4, *ch3, sk 2 sts, dc x 2, tr3d x 3, dc x 2, ch3, sk 2 sts, dc x 2, *rep to last 2 sts, 2 x dc, turn

Row 4B: ch1, dc x 3, *ch3, sk 2 sts, dc x 7, *rep to last 4 sts, dc x 4, turn

MC

Row 5A: rep row 3A

Row 5B: rep row 3B

CC

Row 6A: rep row 4A

Row 6B: rep row 4B

MC

Row 7A: rep row 3A

Row 7B: rep row 3B

CC

Row 8A: rep row 4A

Row 8B: rep row 4B

MC

Row 9A: rep row 3A

Row 9B: rep row 3B

CC

Row 10A: rep row 4A

Row 10B: rep row 4B

MC

Row 11A: ch1, dc x 4, *tr3d x 2, dc x 7, tr3d x 2, dc x 3, *rep to end, turn

Row 11B: rep row 1B

Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing the loop together.

Weave in ends.

With RS facing inwards, join ends by sewing them together.  Fasten off and weave in ends.

Instructions US Crochet Terms

With a 6mm crochet hook and MC, ch154

MC

Row 1A:  ch1 (does not count as a st throughout the pattern), sc across, turn

Row 1B: rep row 1A

CC

Row 2A: ch1, sc x 4, ch3, sk 2 sts, *sc x 7, ch3, sk 2 sts, * rep to last 3 sts, sc x 3, turn

Row 2B: ch1, sc x 3, ch3, sk 2 sts, *sc x 7, ch3, sk 2 sts, * rep to last 4 sts, sc x 4, turn

MC

Row 3A: ch1, sc x 4, *dc3d x 2, sc x 2, ch4, sk 3 sts, sc x 2, * rep to last 3 sts, sc x 3, turn

Row 3B: ch1, sc x 7, ch4, sk 3 sts, *sc x 6, ch4, sk 3 sts, * rep to last 8 sts, sc x 8, turn

CC

Row 4A: ch1, sc x 4, *ch3, sk 2 sts, sc x 2, dc3d x 3, sc x 2, ch3, sk 2 sts, sc x 2, *rep to last 2 sts, 2 x sc, turn

Row 4B: ch1, sc x 3, *ch3, sk 2 sts, sc x 7, *rep to last 4 sts, sc x 4, turn

MC

Row 5A: rep row 3A

Row 5B: rep row 3B

CC

Row 6A: rep row 4A

Row 6B: rep row 4B

MC

Row 7A: rep row 3A

Row 7B: rep row 3B

CC

Row 8A: rep row 4A

Row 8B: rep row 4B

MC

Row 9A: rep row 3A

Row 9B: rep row 3B

CC

Row 10A: rep row 4A

Row 10B: rep row 4B

MC

Row 11A: ch1, sc x 4, *dc3d x 2, sc x 7, dc3d x 2, sc x 3, *rep to end, turn

Row 11B: rep row 1B

Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing the loop together.

Weave in ends.

With RS facing inwards, join ends by sewing them together.  Fasten off and weave in ends.

Happy Crocheting!

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