How to crochet infinity scarf in under 1 hr

Watch the video above to learn to crochet an infinity scarf in 1 hour.
Crocheting an infinity scarf is easy and simple - using one basic stitch and lots of repeating rows. You'll have a finished accessory in no time at all!
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Materials
Super Bulky weight yarn (6). I used Wool Ease Thick & Quick.
Size Q crochet hook.
Jumbo tapestry needle.
Pro Tip: Make the pattern as is for an average adult size. For kids size, work 12 fewer rows. For plus or mens size, work 8 extra rows.
Abbreviations
Ch chain stitch
Sc single crochet
St(s) Stitch(es)
T turn
Written Pattern
Row 1: Ch 17, Sc in 2nd st and across, Ch 1, t (16)
Rows 2-52: Sc in each across, Ch 1, t (16)
Row 53: Hold Row 1 to Row 52 & Sc the two rows together to form a loop scarf shape (see video if you're confused here), finish off, weave ends (16)
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