This simple heather grey infinity cowl was so much fun to make. It is a great beginner crochet pattern. If you already know how to crochet, then it is a great pattern to make in an afternoon while you are watching a movie.
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One skein crochet pattern
Just the Right Size
This pattern is a great size to add style and not a lot of bulk. Sometimes, there is just too much scarf or the cowl is too big and doesn’t snug the neck enough. I like this size because it slips over the head easily, yet it adds warmth and style to whatever I am wearing.
Of course, you can tell by the picture that I like to add a brooch to my crochet scarves and cowls. I have a pretty red brooch shown in the picture that I think looks great with this heather grey infinity cowl. Here is a beautiful brooch that would look great with this cowl.
Adding a little bling to your beautiful, handmade crochet cowl just takes it up a notch.
Approximately 32 inches around
Directions: Simple Heather Grey Infinity Cowl
CH = Chain
DC = Double Crochet
SP = space
ST = Stitch
YO = Yarn Over
Chain 110 and join to first Ch with a SL ST. Being careful not to twist.
Here is a quick video showing how to be sure you don’t twist the yarn.
Row 1: in 3rd ST from hook, *DC, CH 1 skipping a ST, DC in next St*. Repeat from * until the last ST then SL ST into the top ST from the previous row.
Row 2: 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 initial CH 4 space, YO and CH 3.
Rows 3-7: *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 initial CH 4 space, YO and CH 3.
When complete, pull the yarn through the last ST and weave in the ends.
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You can find Victoria crocheting, quilting, and creating recipes. She has worked in restaurants for many years. Her many crochet patterns and quilt patterns are enjoyed by many. In her professional career, she has worked in management in a wide variety of businesses including higher education as a dean of a division. All the while attending college part-time to achieve her doctorate in higher education with an emphasis in e-learning.