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Endless Love Skinny Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern

Are you looking for a luxurious scarf that will give you a feeling of indulgence each time you wear it? My Endless Love Skinny Scarf, with a length of 9 meter (10 yards) will give you exactly that; a feeling of luxury. Enjoy this free crochet pattern.




Scheepjes Whirl is a cotton/acrylic mix yarn with a very slow color gradient named after ice cream flavors. The 1000 meter cakes are large enough for a variety of projects including accessories and home deco.

Scheepjes Whirl is available from Wool Warehouse (UK/Int), The Knitting Network (UK), Jimmy Beans Wool (USA)Caro’s Atelier (NL/EU), or your favorite Scheepjes stockist.

Gauge and Size

Gauge is not essential for this project and it’s not needed to make a gauge swatch. If your gauge is similar to mine your final scarf will be approximately 20 cm wide and up to 9 meters (10 yards) long.


This pattern uses US crochet terms. If you are more familiar with UK crochet terms, please see this conversion table for the most common terms.

ch – chain
dc – double crochet
tr – treble crochet
st(s) – stitch(es)
RS – right side
WS – wrong side

Endless Love Skinny Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern

The Endless Love Skinny Scarf is a two-row repeat worked till the yarn is finished. If you want to make the scarf wider, simply add more stitches to Row 1, making sure to have an even number of stitches.

Row 1 (RS) Ch36, 1dc in forth ch from hook, 1dc in each ch to end. OR work 34 foundation dc. Turn.   [34 dc]

Row 2 (WS) Ch4 (counts as 1tr), 1tr in next st. *ch2, skip next 2 sts, 1tr in next 2 sts; repeat from * to end. Turn.   [18 tr, 8 ch2-spaces]

Row 3 (RS) Ch3 (counts as 1dc), 4dc in next ch2-space, 1dc between next 2 tr. *3dc in next ch2-space, 1dc between next 2 trs; repeat from * 5 more times. 3dc in last ch2-space, skip next tr, 1dc in last st. Turn.   [34 dc]

Repeat Row 2 and 3 till the end of the yarn and fasten off. Work away all yarn tails. For best results block your scarf.

Blocking tips

Blocking a scarf of about 9 meters is no easy thing. I have a few cheap yoga mats that I use for blocking large items which came is very handy for blocking my scarf.  I blocked my scarf about 2 meters at a time (which is the length of the yoga mat), and rolled up that part which was already blocked when moving on to the next section. This process took me about a week or so, but it is worth it because the pattern opens up a lot.

Video tutorial

If you would like to have visual support, I have a video tutorial showing you how to make the scarf.


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15 thoughts on “Endless Love Skinny Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern”

  1. I’ve made two beautiful baby blankets using Whirl, Slice O Cherry Pie and Jumpin Jelly. It’s a lovely yarn to work with. And now this gorgeous scarf is calling me to be made, thank you Esther!

  2. Your scarf is lovely and I’m very tempted to make one but would ask, how did you block your scarf? It’s awfully long.

    1. Yes, it is very long, i did it in sections. I have some cheap yoga mats that I use for blocking purposes. I blocked it 2 meters at a time, and rolled up that which was already blocked when moving on to the next section. So this took a week or so 😀

  3. Liebe Esther,
    danke für die Anleitung und das Video für diesen schönen Schal. Er wird ganz sicher mein nächstes Projekt, aber wahrscheinlich nicht ganz so lang ….!
    Herzliche Grüße, Brigitte

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