Infinity scarves have become a staple in many women’s wardrobes. They are a cute way to keep warn in the colder months and are an easy way to dress up an outfit. What’s even better is how easy they can be to make. With just a hook and some yarn, you can add a creative and individual touch to any outfit. Here are ten free crochet patterns to make for yourself.
1. Paradise Infinity Cowl
This cowl uses three yarn shades of your choosing, allowing you to make a piece that goes with any outfit. Click here for the full pattern.
2. Infinity Scarf
This one is a little trickier, but don’t let that discourage you. The lacy stitch work adds a dainty touch to this monotone cowl. Click here for the full pattern.
3. Pretty Simple Infinity Scarf
This simple design will work up quickly, making it a great last minute gift idea. Click here for the full pattern.
4. Gelato Infinity Scarf
This adorable cowl uses a variegated yarn to give it some depth and color. Click here for the full pattern.
5. Pavement Infinity Scarf
A heavier weight version of the Gelato pictured above, this is a great cold weather addition to your wardrobe. Click here for the full pattern.
6. Cloudy Sky Mobius Cowl
Using a chunky yarn means this cowl works up super fast, which is a huge bonus. Click here for the full pattern.
7. Hooded Infinity Scarf
Hooded scarves, or scoodies, are one of my favorite things to make and wear. Imagine this in a gorgeous blue like Heartland Glacier Bay. Click here for the full pattern.
8. Comfy Squares Textured Cowl
The simplicity and easy wearability of this makes is a winner in my book. Click here for the full pattern.
9. Sea Bling Cowl
This is a super easy cowl, but uses a not so super easy yarn. Definitely read Kim’s comments on working with the yarn, it will save your sanity. Click here for the full pattern (and some great tips). I would also recommend browsing through other parts of her page while you’re there. Kim Guzman is an amazing designer with an eye for style and is always on the forefront of crochet fashions.
10. Snow Drops Reversible Cowl
Another amazing designer is Tamara Kelly who has the blog Moogly. This cowl is absolutely adorable, and so versatile. The lacy side adds a touch of sophistication and is a great way to dress up your jeans and tee. Click here for the full pattern.
If you’re looking for a new hook to try out, I highly recommend ChiaoGoo. It combines the best of both worlds with a metal shaft and bamboo handle, so you get the easy gliding of metal with the easy on the hands factor of bamboo. My H and I sizes have hooked several baby blankets without the usual hand cramping. They also make several all bamboo models. I found the lace sizes very easy to work with.