Astoria Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

The Astoria Infinity was inspired by my daughter’s mission – A Heart for the Homeless. I was asked what patterns would be a good fit for the hats & scarves. The quick answer is, anything! But I decided to add some quick & easy patterns that will be available free of charge to anyone who would like to help her.


The Astoria Infinity was designed for A Heart for the Homeless donations and is a free pattern by Ambassador Crochet.


The Astoria section of Queens, NY is one of the places where my daughter fell in love with mission work and the outreach to the homeless. This scarf was designed for her A Heart for the Homeless ministry, but I hope you will enjoy it for any gift – to others or just make one for yourself.

If you make something to donate, please use the hashtag #aheartforthehomeless or #ambassadorcrochet – we’d love to see what you’re making.



The Astoria Infinity was designed for A Heart for the Homeless donations and is a free pattern by Ambassador Crochet.


Astoria Infinity Scarf


Finished Size:  8″ wide x 60″ long (before seaming)

Yarn: 7 oz. – #4 worsted weight

Hook Size: Size J/10 (6.00 mm)

Notions: Yarn Needle

Gauge: 12 tr = 4 inches and 10 rows = 6 inches

Special Stitches:  treble (tr)

Notes: For help with abbreviations – see my List of Abbreviations.




Ch 24,

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each ch across, turn. (23 sc)

Row 2: Ch 3 (does not count as tr), tr in same sc as beg ch 3, *skip next sc, 2 tr in next sc, rep from * across, turn. (23 tr)   

Row 3: Ch 1, sc in each tr across, leave beg ch 3 unworked, turn. (23 sc)

Row 4–100: Rep Rows 2 & 3.


Fasten off, leaving 12″ tail for seaming.

Using tail, whip stitch short ends together.

Weave in ends.


This would look amazing in a solid color, stripes, or so many other variations. I’d love to see your version.


How to donate


For more information on how and where to donate hats & scarves to A Heart for the Homeless please see the following links:

A Heart for the Homeless – Mission: Hats & Scarves – has the story behind my daughter’s mission and why she wants to collect 1000 hats & 1000 scarves.

Ambassador Crochet Community – My FB group has the shipping address.


If you’d like a downloadable version of this pattern, you can purchase it in my Ravelry shop for a minimal fee ($1.00), which helps cover the cost of the selling & listing fees.



Happy Crocheting!


4 thoughts on “Astoria Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern”

  • I’ve started this pattern and I’m having issues with Row 2. I’m only getting 12 TR’s and not 23 like you have posted. Row 3 would be affected the same way for the SC’s. There’s no way to get 23 TR’s when you are skipping a SC between each TR. Am I missing something or is the stitch totals wrong on Rows 2 & 3?

    • I’m sorry. The repeat should have had a “2” – so it will read:
      *skip next sc, 2 tr in next sc, rep from *

      I have fixed the pattern, but please let me know if you still have questions.

  • Thank you for the pattern. I am on a personal mission to provide simple mittens and cowls to a local church that gives the items to the homeless and other’s that need warm clothing. I live where it sometimes gets to 45 below not counting the wind chill so warm things are very much needed. I needed a simple warm pattern and this looks like it will suit the purpose prefectly. Thanks again

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