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Rainbow Sorbet Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

The Rainbow Sorbet Infinity Scarf crochet pattern is a simple, repetitive stitch pattern that creates a fluid and lightweight fabric. It’s the perfect piece to keep you cool on those hot summer days. Plus, it’s easy enough for beginner crocheters to make.

Great Pattern for Using Up Yarn Scraps

I made another crochet project using this same yarn. There were various lengths of this yarn leftover. There was enough yarn left that it seemed to be too much to throw out, yet it didn’t seem to be enough to make something else.

However, I was determined to figure out a crochet pattern that would work well with these yarn scraps. As I was crocheting the shawl with this yarn, this pattern came to mind. I think it turned out so pretty.

 This crochet scarf pattern is easy to follow and looks great in any color palette. With its bright colors and easy-to-follow pattern, you’ll be able to crochet this scarf up in no time. So, grab your yarn and hooks and get started on this fun project today.

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Rainbow Sorbet Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

Easy Beginner Crochet Scarf Pattern

This pattern is perfect for a beginner to build their skills. Yet, if you are an experienced crocheter, this is a fun project and a quick make with lovely results.

Lattice Stitch

The lattice stitch is a repeat of row two throughout the pattern. The result of this stitch pattern is one of those openwork designs that creates a lacy effect that kind of resembles a fishing net. 

Crochet Tutorial of the Lattice Stitch

Get the crochet tutorial that includes a link to a video on working this simple stitch pattern. How to Crochet the Lattice Stitch Tutorial

Here is another crochet pattern using the lattice stitch. The beginners lattice crochet scarf pattern is a quick and easy pattern to learn. 

Easy Yarn Scrap Infinity Cowl

Directions: Rainbow Sorbet Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern

Skill Level

Beginner. If you can chain stitch and complete the single crochet stitch, you are ready for this crochet pattern.


20 Single Crochet every 4 inches


8 ½ inches wide X 48 inches long.

This pattern is worked in multiples of 4 + 6. To change the width, increase or decrease the beginning chain stitch count by 4, then add 6 more stitches. Change the length by adding or decreasing the number of rows completed.


Cotton Kings 8/4 yarn in 5 colors. Partial skein of each. Each skein is 185 yards. Yarn weight is a 1 (super fine).

Reminder, this yarn is leftover from another crochet project. I will make the guesstimate of how much yarn was left for each color.

15-light pink. 50-75 yards

20-coral. 50-75 yards

16-mint. 30 yards

17-light blue. 50 yards

01-white.  50-75 yards

If you are not able to find the yarn locally, you can find it here.

Crochet Hook Size H (5.0 MM)

I used this crochet hook.

Yarn Needle



CH = Chain

SK = Skip

SP = Space

ST = Stitch

STs= Stitches

[ ] = Repeat Between

Pattern Notes

I used each yarn color until there was not enough to make another row. Then moved to the next color.

This crochet pattern is worked flat and joined with the very last row crocheted.

Turn at the end of each row.

Continue to repeat row 2 until the desired length.


I started with the 16-mint. When that yarn ran out, I moved to another color and so on until I ran out of the leftover yarn.


CH 42

Row 1

In the 6th ST from the hook, insert hook and work a SC. [CH 5, SK 3 STs, SC in the 4th CH]. Repeat across between [ ]. End with a SC in the last stitch.

Row 2

CH 5, SC in the first hole. [CH 5, SC in the next hole]. Repeat across between [ ]. End with a SC in the last hole SP.

Rows 1 and 2 Lattice Stitch

Rows 3 – 84

Repeat Row 2

Row 85 – Joining the Infinity Cowl

Note: I ended on row 85 as I ran out of yarn. However, you can crochet as many rows you can make it with your leftover yarn, join the infinity scarf together in the last row.

CH 3, SC in the first hole of the opposite end of the scarf. CH 3 go back across to the next hole, SC. [CH 3, go across to the next hole, SC] repeat the rest of the row between [ ]. End with a SC in the last hole.

Joining the cowl


Weave in yarn ends and remove the excess.

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