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Snowy White Infinity Cowl

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This Snowy White Infinity Cowl is an easy crochet pattern that can be created in an afternoon if you work at it or at the very least a weekend. What a great gift this would make for yourself or someone else.

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Quick Crochet Cowl
Quick Crochet Cowl

If you can do a chain stitch and double crochet, you can make this Snowy White Infinity Cowl.

Easy Crochet Pattern

Once you determine the size of the scarf or infinity cowl that you would like to make, the rest is easy. This pattern is a wonderful way to build your skills in crochet while making something beautiful.

Snowy White Cowl Styled Close to the Neck for Warmth
Snowy White Cowl Styled Close to the Neck for Warmth

Soft Lion Brand Homespun Yarn

I truly think that the yarn can make a project pop. Using a beginner crochet pattern like that paired with this yarn make for a beautiful and stylish cowl to wear and enjoy. Sometimes, this yarn can be hard to see, so a pattern like this is just perfect.

Close up of Crochet Stitches and Soft Yarn
Close up of Crochet Stitches and Soft Yarn

This Deco Lion Brand yarn is so soft and elegant looking. This can be worn with or without a brooch. The brooch is a nice way to dress up the infinity cowl even more.

Crochet Winter Fashion Scarf Cowl
Crochet Winter Fashion Scarf Cowl

Directions: Snowy White Infinity Cowl

Gauge

14 Stitches to 4 inches

Size

This pattern is worked to your desired length, then joined at the end to create the infinity cowl. The one I made is approximately 65 inches long and 4 ½ inches wide.

If you would like to make the scarf wider or narrower, add or remove 4 chains at a time. If you would like it longer or shorter, adjust how many rows you complete.

Soft Crochet Long Cowl Easy Crochet Pattern
Soft Crochet Long Cowl Easy Crochet Pattern

Materials

1 Skein Lion Brand Deco Homespun Yarn

Size H Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle
Scissors

Abbreviations

CH = Chain
DC = Double Crochet
SP = space
ST = Stitch

Snowy White Infinity Cowl Pattern Printable
Snowy White Infinity Cowl Pattern Printable

Directions

Chain 24 and continue to row 1.

Row 1: in 3rd ST from hook, DC. [CH 3, DC in the next ST.] Repeat between [ ] to the last ST. End with a DC in the last ST. Turn.

Row 2: CH 3 [DC the previous row CH 3 SP, CH 3] Repeat to the end. Ending with a DC in the last ST. Turn

Rows 3 and on: Continue row 2 until desired length. I did mine until it was 65 inches long.I worked this pattern until the skein of yarn was gone.

Joining: Align the ends of the cowl so that they are flat against each other, 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 last CH of each side until the cowl is joined. Once complete, weave in the ends. Enjoy wearing your beautiful Snowy White Infinity Cowl.

Weave in yarn with the yarn needle. Cut off any excess yarn.

Here is a picture of my finished cowl.

Snowy White Infinity Cowl complete

Cowl or Scarf Option

You could also leave this as a scarf and not join the ends. However, sometimes I think it is easier to wear if you can just slip it over your head. Either way, I just love the results.

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Beginners Lattice Crochet Scarf Pattern - Pattern Princess

Saturday 13th of November 2021

[…] Once you have crocheted the scarf, if you want the look of an infinity scarf or cowl, just lay the two ends flat and use a yarn needle and the yarn to weave back and forth between the rows of stitches to sew them together. I show how to do this in other crochet infinity scarf patterns. […]

Sonja Roodt

Monday 29th of June 2020

It's just beautiful. I would love to crochet these cowls. Please keep sending patterns. Yours sincerely Sonja Roodt roodtsonja@gmail.com

patternprincess1

Monday 29th of June 2020

Thank you so much for taking the time to let me know. I will keep creating as long as folks like you keep enjoying the crochet patterns. Take care. Vicky

Charlann Shepherd

Saturday 28th of October 2017

Where is the pattern link. All I can see are the comments. I’d like to have the pattern but don’t see it.

patternprincess1

Sunday 29th of October 2017

So sorry. The website had a glitch. I fixed it. Thank you for the comment. Enjoy the pattern.

Deborah

Thursday 26th of October 2017

Where is the pattern?

patternprincess1

Sunday 29th of October 2017

So sorry. The website had a glitch. I fixed it. Thank you for the comment. Enjoy the pattern.

Joan

Tuesday 24th of October 2017

I believe the instructions after "chain 24" are incorrect. It says to join with a,slip stitch...if you do this, using an H hook, it's going to be a little circle that's not going to fit over any head except a Barbie doll. And, since you are saying to lay it flat when done and join both ends to form the scarf, something does not make sense. It should probably read "chain 24, and proceed to Row 1. You might just want to check and see if it was printed incorrectly. Thanks, Joan

patternprincess1

Tuesday 24th of October 2017

So sorry. Thank you so much for pointing this out. You are correct in your assumption.

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