Ribbed Chunky Infinity Scarf - Free Crochet Pattern

This month I wanted to revisit the Camel Stitch, an old favourite of mine! It closely resembles knitting, and really adds a beautiful texture to a simple crochet design, just like this ribbed infinity scarf or the rose turban I created a while ago.

For this project I also wanted to be a bit more daring with my colour choice, and decided to go with a warm orange... And I'm so happy I did! 
Have you tried this stitch before?

10.00mm (N) Crochet Hook
300yds Chunky Yarn (12ply) - Patons Merino Extrafine Big (Orange)
Tapestry Needle

Fits 13 Years & Up - Easily adjustable
Width - 7.5" (18cm)
Length - 60" (152cm)

Stitches & Abbreviations
st(s) – stitch(es)
ch – chain stitch
camel sc – single crochet using 'Camel' technique
camel hdc – half double crochet using 'Camel' technique
sl st - slip stitch

Click here to Download the "Ribbed Chunky Infinity Scarf Pattern"!

This pattern features a Camel Stitch which can be a bit complicated to understand. I have an easy video tutorial above that explains this stitch.

Hope you all enjoyed this lovely textured pattern!
If you did crochet this, please post a photo of your creation onto my Facebook Page.
I'd love to see it!
Have a lovely day crocheting,


  1. Thank you very much is a nice stitch,Merry Christmas.

  2. It's lovely, thank you. You might want to change "Hat Height" to "Scarf Length" though lol

    1. Olivia you are truly an inspiration! I'm fairly new in crochet, and came across your blog through pinterest. I was trying to make the 1920's headband that is Lacey as a gift. But I mist have been doing something wrong,maybe the wrong yarn. Well the pattern itself is beautiful and it stuck with me. I made a scarf out off it and I hope my mother in law will love it as much as I enjoyed making it. You make crocheting easy to read and even though I didn't complete your original work, I still made this beautiful work of art,thanks to you!!!!

  3. Beautiful scarf! I love this color. I will try to make one for myself. Thank you for the pattern.