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Easy Crochet Infinity Cowl Pattern

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This easy crochet infinity cowl pattern is so soft and cozy with simple stitches and variegated yarn to create this lovely draping scarf in coordinating colors.

This crochet cowl pattern is elegant and refined. It looks great worn as a hood or stacked around your neck. Wear this infinity scarf double wrapped or in a single loop. A stylish scarf is a beautiful and simple way to combat the cold in style.

When the cold days of autumn approach, you’ll love pulling on your super soft crochet cowl. Wear this throughout the winter season and add instant sophistication to any ensemble.

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Easy Crochet Infinity Cowl Pattern

Simple Crochet Stitch Pattern

If you can crochet the single crochet and a chain stitch, you have the crochet skills necessary to crochet this lovely infinity scarf. The pattern is a repeat of rows 3 and 4. It is perfect for a beginner at crochet or an experienced crocheter that wants to make an easy cowl with gorgeous results.

The Linen Stitch which is also called the Moss Stitch, and Granite Stitch is used for this cowl pattern. The only difference between rows 3 and 4 are the rows start. Once you get going it is a single crochet and a chain stitch alternating pattern.

In Round 2, there is a lot of counting. Once you get past that row, you will be able to tell where to place your hook for the single crochet stitches. It becomes much easier.

How Do you connect an Infinity Scarf? 

Most often, an infinity scarf is joined using the join as you go method. Once you chain the required number of initial chain stitches, put crochet hook through the beginning chain and work a slip stitch to join. Being careful not to twist the length of chain stitches.

Another method of connecting an infinity scarf is to crochet it flat and use the crochet hook or tapestry needle to sew the ends of the scarf together.

Crochet Linen Stitch Pattern

How to Join an Infinity Scarf Without Twists

However, I have an easier way for you. Chain about 10 chain stitches. Carefully remove the loop on the crochet hook. Go back to the first chain stitch and place that on the crochet hook. Then place the loop you were working with back on the hook and continue working your length of chains desired.

When you are ready to join, just yarn over and pull the loop through both loops on your hook. You have easily joined your infinity scarf without any twists with ease.

Once the two ends have been joined, you will now work the stitches in each row joining with a slip stitch at the end. Essentially joining the cowl with each round as you work the crochet pattern.

Here is a short video showing how to join an infinity scarf effortlessly.

Styling an Infinity Scarf

How to Crochet the Easy Crochet Infinity Cowl Pattern

Skill Level

Confident Beginner

You should be able to crochet the single crochet and chain stitch

Gauge

15 single crochet stitches for every 4 inches

Size

10 inches wide x 54 inches long

To make this longer or shorter, increase or decrease the beginning chain stitches by an even number of chains.

To make this wider or narrower, increase or decrease the number of rows.

Materials

Woodlands Red Heart Boutique Unforgettable Yarn.  2 skeins or 540 yards.

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

Size J Crochet Hook 6.0 mm

Tapestry Needle

Scissors

Stitch Marker

Abbreviations

CH = Chain

SC = Single Crochet

SK = Skip

SL ST = Slip Stitch

SP = Space

ST = Stitch

STs = Stitches

[ ] = Repeat Between

Textured Crochet Scarf Pattern

Crochet Pattern Notes

You can work this infinity cowl in the flat and join at the end. However, I worked the number of chain stitches that I wanted for the length of this cowl and joined right away. Then worked a slip stitch at the end of each row to join as I worked the pattern. Make sure to watch the video above on how to easily join the beginning length of chains easily without twisting the chain.

Do not turn at the end of each row.

In Round 2, there is a lot of counting. Once you get past that row, you will be able to tell where to place your hook for the single crochet stitches. It becomes much easier.

Use a stitch marker to mark the beginning stitch of each round. This will help you know exactly where to put the slip stitch to join the round at the end.

Beginner Crochet Cowl

Crochet Pattern Directions

CH 230 Join with a SL ST into the first CH ST to form the circle.

Round 1

CH 1, SC in the first ST and in each ST around. When the last SC ST is worked, join with a SL ST into the first SC ST. (230 STs).

Round 2

CH 1, SC into first SC, CH 1, SK 1 [SC in the next ST, CH 1, SK 1]. Repeat across between [ ] until the last ST. Join with a SL ST into the first SC.

Round 3

CH 2, SC in the previous round CH SP. [CH 1, SK 1, SC in the CH SP]. Repeat around. Join with a SL ST into the 2nd CH of the starting CH 2.

Round 4

CH 1, SC in the previous round CH SP. CH 1, SK 1 [SC in the next ST, CH 1, SK 1]. Repeat across between [ ] until the last ST. Join with a SL ST into the first SC.

Rounds 5-47

Continue alternating between rounds 3 and 4.

Round 48

CH 1, SC in each ST around join with a SL ST into the first SC.

Finishing

Weave in the yarn ends and remove the excess yarn.

Easy Crochet Infinity Cowl Rounds

This is nice to have to be able to mark off the rows as you work each round.

Easy Crochet Infinity Cowl Rounds-1

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