This Golden Harvest Infinity Cowl Crochet Pattern is so easy to make. It is not only a beginner project, it is just beautiful to wear.
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Easy Handmade Fashion
So easy to pull over your head and go. The color of this rich yarn is just amazing. This Lion Brand yarn is very soft and feels great on the skin.
Be the talk of the town in your handmade infinity cowl.
Fall Fashion accessory
These infinity cowls are so lovely to wear. As you can see, I like to add a pretty brooch to the cowl to dress it up even more. I have many brooches in my collection. Wearing scarves and cowls is a great way to not only stay warm, but to dress up your look for any occasion.
Easy Crochet Pattern
This pattern is a repeat of row two. This cowl is made using only 1 skein of yarn. Since this infinity cowl is not long, it does not need to be twisted and doubled up to be close and snugly to your neck. Just slip it over your hear and you are ready to go.
I hope that you get a chance to try this easy pattern and enjoy wearing yours as much as I do.
Learn How to Join the Initial Row of Chain Stitches Without Twisting.
The video is below the pattern. Quick and simple method. Works for any cowl that you join into a circle and then work the pattern like this one. Very easy Crochet.
Pictures of the Golden Harvest Infinity Cowl
Here is a picture of the cowl laying flat. It doesn’t look like much laying flat, but when you compare it to look of wearing the crochet cowl and the addition of the brooch, there is a WOW impact!
I just love the color of this yarn. The pictures don’t really do it justice. It is a bit chunky with a lovely soft feel. when wearing this against your neck it feels so luxurious.
How do you crochet an infinity cowl scarf?
An infinity cowl scarf can be crocheted with the method that is used in this pattern today; making a beginning chain row and joining it with a slip stitch to form a ring. The remaining rows are worked and joined with slip stitches at the end of each row until you have reached the desired height.
Another option is to crochet the cowl as a rectangular scarf and joining the ends after the entire project has been crocheted. This Weekend Comfort Cowl Pattern is crocheted flat and joined at the end.
Directions: Golden Harvest Infinity Cowl
Approximately 27-inches around and 10-inches high
9 single crochet for every 4-inches
CH = Chain
DC = Double Crochet
SP = Space
ST = Stitch
YO = Yarn Over
Crochet Pattern Directions
Chain 60 and join to first Ch with a SL ST.
Being careful not to twist. Make sure to watch the video below to find the secret to having a long chain like this that you do not have to worry about twisting. Saves me a ton of time.
CH 4 skip a ST. *DC, CH 1 skipping a ST, DC in next St*. Repeat from * until the last ST then SL ST into the 3rd CH from the starting CH 4.
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 then insert hook into the 3rd CH from the initial CH 4 and SL ST.
repeat row 2
When complete, pull the yarn through the last ST and weave in the ends. Cut off any excess yarn.
Video for Joining the Cowl Without Twisting
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