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I am so excited for you to try this beginner-friendly scarf!
Simple Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern
After a couple of test scarves, ripping out and rewriting the pattern a few times I am so happy to release the Gracelyn Fringe Cowl finally!
If you love simple crochet patterns but also want to add a little something extra, then this pattern is for you! Read on down to get started with this free cowl crochet pattern.
The Yarn That’s Perfect for a Crochet Scarf or Cowl
Remember, when I had my yarn date on Valentine’s Day that I shared a photo of on Instagram? Well, this crochet cowl pattern was the result! For this cowl, I used Isaac Mizrahi Colorways Merino Blend, which is a light luxurious feeling yarn.
I was thrilled when I found it for less than $3.00 at Michael’s during their yarn sale! Yay! If you can’t find this yarn Lion Brand Mandala Yarn would be a perfect substitute (see above!)
This Crochet Infinity Scarf With Fringe Works up Fast!
Before this project, I’d never completed any crochet pattern with a light yarn before, so it was a little intimidating, but worked up so quickly!
I definitely will be making something else with a lightweight yarn because the delicate look you can achieve with it is so worth it! If I can do it, so can you!
Ready to Get Started on Your New Scarf?
Read on down for the scarf pattern, and I hope you enjoy the tutorial!
Gracelyn Crochet Fringe Cowl Pattern
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner
- Crochet Hook Size J 6.00 MM
- Less than two skeins of Isaac Mizrahi® CRAFT™ Isaac’s Colorways Merino Blend™ Yarn in Ivory & Silver or 250 yards of a Light (3) yarn
- Yarn needle
- Ch = chain
- Sl St = slip stitch
- Hdc = half double crochet
- Sk = skip
- St = stitch
- Finished size = 14” height (excluding fringe) & 28” circumference
- Gauge = 8 St’s for every 2”
- Written in Standard US terms
Round 1: Ch 80, sl st to form a circle, making sure not to twist. (80)
Round 2: Ch 2, hdc in first Ch, Sk 1 Ch & Ch 1, *Hdc in next Ch, Sk 1 Ch & Ch 1, Repeat from * ending with a Ch 1 , Sl St to top of the first hdc. (40 CH’s and 40 HDC’s =80)
Round 3-14: Ch 2, hdc in first St, Sk 1 st & Ch 1, *Hdc in next St, Sk 1 St & Ch 1, Repeat from * ending with a Ch 1 , Sl St to top of the first hdc. (40 CH’s and 40 HDC’s =80)
Round 15: Join in Ivory & Ch 2, hdc in first St, Sk 1 st & Ch 1, *Hdc in next St, Sk 1 St & Ch 1, Repeat from * ending with a Ch 1, Sl St to top of the first hdc. (40 CH’s and 40 HDC’s =80)
Round 16-28: Ch 2, hdc in first St, Sk 1 st & Ch 1, *Hdc in next St, Sk 1 St & Ch 1, Repeat from * ending with a Ch 1, Sl St to top of the first hdc. (40 CH’s and 40 HDC’s =80)
Fasten off, cut yarn and there is no need to weave in cut yarn ends on each end since they will blend in with the fridge.
Weave in ends of yarn where colors were joined with the yarn needle.
Cut 20 12” pieces of Each Color Yarn & Cut in Half so you have 40 6” Pieces of each color yarn
With 2 6” pieces, 1 of each color pull through each space on the edges of scarf following technique found here – How to Add Fringe To Crochet Projects
Cut fringe evenly along edges – YOU ARE DONE!
Thanks for Making This Cowl With Me
I hope you enjoyed the Gracelyn Fringe Cowl! And please don’t forget to stop over and check out my new apparel & accessories shop just for makers “Yarn Mamas.”