Simply Infinity Crochet Cowl

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Simply Infinity Crochet Cowl Pattern


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Crocheting: Simply Infinity Crochet Cowl
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Simply Infinity Crochet Cowl Simply Infinity Cowl
Simply Infinity Crochet Cowl Simply Infinity Crochet Cowl

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • basic crochet stitches: ch, sc, hdc, sl st

Pattern Description:

This is a very simple pattern but quietly elegant design. It is great for beginner's weekend project. If you are experienced, it would only take a few hours. There are 2 ways to make this cowl. First is to work in rounds. Second instruction is to work in length and join to form a cowl with slip stitch after completing a scarf. Diagram is shown in at the end of these 2 methods for better understanding of the structure.

Pictures shown were made in length first and joined to form a cowl by slip stitch. Length method will give beautiful lines and dimensions in each 4 rows. Rounds method will give a cozy chunky casual look to the cowl.

The stitches used in this pattern are single crochet and half-double crochet.


gauge is not critical in this pattern


  • worsted medium 4 weight yarn (approx. 200g)
  • crochet hook 3.5mm
  • a pair of scissors

Suggested yarn:

400 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

I used BERNAT Satin, Sparkles, Alpaca for this pattern

About Designer

About Designer

British Columbia
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Sewing and crocheting are just two of my love and passions. Sewing....because of my grandmother who's shown me the joy of making and creating beautiful things with hands in each of our ordinary, yet, exceptionally extraordinary lives by sewing. Crocheting....because of how I can turn a simple string of yarn into something real pretty AND its mobility! which fits my busy days between work, kids, ...

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