I often have people ask me if I know of a pattern for a specific yarn weight or hook size. Have you ever had a yarn you really wanted to use but weren’t sure of the size? I designed an infinity cowl that lets you choose ANY yarn, ANY hook and even make in ANY length.
The ANY Infinity Scarf and Cowl… Any hook, any yarn, any length
Colorful sample made from 2 skeins Isaac Mizrahi Craft Yarn and a Q hook (one skein makes a nice width cowl).
Please use any yarn you want and one size larger hook than you normally would.
Sport, worsted, bulky, super, ANY!
Measurements: as written 36″ long. Cowl can be made any length.
Note : do not work beginning chain too tight.
Start with a foundation chain of 36″ (INCHES not chains) or desired length and join for working in the round OR a regular chain of 36″ and one round sc.
From this point on work in the round. Since we started with an unknown number of chains your stitches may or may not end up aligned with the round below. It doesn’t matter.
*hdc in next st, sc in BLO of next st*, repeat until cowl is desired width.
Note : the sc sts are worked in back loops but the hdc is worked through both.
Tip: If using a q hook be careful to not get too lose. I frogged mine the first time because I was a loose hooker!
When cowl is desired width, place a marker and sc in each st to end of round, sl st in next st. Finish off and weave in ends.
Samples Made From a Variety of Yarns and Hooks
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I’m going to buy the yarn today to make this scarf ~ It’s perfectly what I’ve been wanting to make, but couldn’t find the right pattern. Thanks so much for sharing! xo