Hello my fellow Fall worshippers! While I’ve been crocheting since September 1st (that’s acceptable, right?) I thought I’d wait to share my obsession until it was “officially” Fall. So break out your stash of yarn and let’s whip up the first of many crochet patterns! First up is a ridiculously simple and fast crochet cowl scarf.
This infinity scarf took me about 1-2 hours to make. If you are a beginner it may take you a bit longer, but it shouldn’t take you more than a day to complete this project. This scarf is so easy to make, you can throw a batch together and give them out at Christmas! They are super warm and perfect for covering up your chilly nose on a frosty day!
What You’ll Need:
- 1 skein of chunky yarn (I used some leftover yarn to complete this project)
- Large crochet hook ( I suggest size N)
- Crochet needle
- Hocus Pocus playing on a loop (October starts on Thursday so it’s acceptable!)
How You’ll Make It:
1. Chain 45 stitches
2. I worked this scarf pattern in a rectangle and crocheted the ends together to make the cowl, but you can work in a round as well by slip stitching the first and last chains of your chain together.
3. Basically double crochet (dc) until you reach your cowl’s desired height. The more rows you stitch the higher and more “scrunched” your cowl will be!