Fall fashion has such rich colors that mirror nature. This crochet pattern works up quickly using just one skein of yarn. While this infinity cowl can be made with any color of yarn, this one just looks beautiful in these gorgeous fall colors.
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Easy to Follow Pattern
This pattern is easy to follow as it consists of repeating row three until the desired length and joining at the end. Great crochet pattern for a beginner.
Within the last few years, there has been a surge in infinity cowls for fall and winter fashion. It seems that they are for sale in stores everywhere lately. Create your own style and make a unique scarf just the way you like it.
Here is a close up of the cowl to help see the stitches.
Directions: Fall Colors Infinity Cowl
Approximately 18 Stitches per 4 inches.
Approximately 65 inches around.
1 Skein Red Heart Fall Yarn
CH = Chain
DC = Double Crochet
SP = space
ST = Stitch
YO = Yarn Over
Chain 30 and continue onto row 1.
Row 1: in 4th ST from hook, *DC, CH 1 skipping a ST, DC in next St*. Repeat from * until the last ST ending with a DC.
Row 2: Turn, CH 4, insert hook into the previous row CH 1 space (not the stitch itself, the space between the two DC from the previous row), YO draw through the yarn and complete a DC. *CH 1 insert hook into previous row CH 1 SP, YO draw through the yearn and complete a DC*. Repeat from * until the last ST ending with a DC.
Rows 3 and on: continue to repeat row 2 until desired length. This one is 65 inches in length.
Joining: Align the ends of the cowl so that they are flat and aligned with each other. (Make sure not to twist the cowl when aligning the ends). Using a yarn needle, weave the yarn back and forth through the Stitches of each side until the cowl is joined. Once complete, weave in the ends; cut off the excess yarn.
Here is another view of the cowl
Enjoy wearing or gifting your infinity cowl.
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