Avery Infinity Scarf/Cowl

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Avery Infinity Scarf/Cowl Pattern


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Crocheting: Avery Infinity Scarf/Cowl
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Avery Infinity Scarf/Cowl Comfy Junkie colorway
Avery Infinity Scarf/Cowl Blue Surf, wrapped once
Avery Infinity Scarf/Cowl Tortuga - Short Version
Avery Infinity Scarf/Cowl Blue Surf - unwrapped
Avery Infinity Scarf/Cowl Blue Surf - Long Version

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details









Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic crochet skills, chain, sc and dc as well as being able to follow a pattern. You will need to pay attention to where you place your stitches.

Pattern Description:

Beautiful lacy scallops and options for a shorter cowl and a longer infinity cowl/scarf make this accessory truly trendy and chic!

Yarn: Malabrigo Merino Worsted, 100% Merino Wool (210 yards/100 g hank): 1, (2) hanks, or any comparable worsted weight yarn. If making the long version, I'd advise buying a 3rd hank of yarn for insurance.

Written in standard US terms.

***Please feel free to make and sell finished items from this pattern. Please note that you may not reproduce the pattern in any way and sell the pattern itself. Please do credit me with the pattern and a link to my website www.unravelmedesigns.com when selling your finished items, so others can know where you got it. Thank you and happy crocheting!***


16 sts and 7 1/4 rows in dc = 4" square - Gauge is not crucial for this project.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Short version 8 1/2 inches high by 14 1/2 inches wide, Long version 8 1/2 inches high by 37 inches wide, laying flat.


  • Hook: Size G/6 (4.25 mm) or size to obtain correct gauge.

You Will Also Need:

  • Scissors
  • Darning needle

Suggested yarn:

420 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Malabrigo Worsted


Samples are in Blue Surf and Tortuga colorways

About Designer

About Designer

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Once upon a time, I lived in a small town and saw something crocheted and just HAD to learn what it was and how to do it. I was 11, and I haven't stopped since - I can honestly say that crocheting has been a huge part of my life. I decided to learn how to knit about 9 years ago, after being intimidated by it for a long time. So glad I finally learned!

I started actively designing in 2008 ...

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