This infinity necklace cowl is crocheted in a long strip and then wrapped several times for a cozy cowl. It is worked like an infinity cowl by working around on both sides of the starting chains.
Mine was wrapped 5 times in the image, however, you can crochet yours longer or shorter for more or less wraps.
And because it’s so versatile, you could wear it as a cute necklace in the summer, or as a cozy cowl in the winter.
It involves wrapping it around so many times, so I decided to make a wrapper to hold all the loops in one place. At the same time, it looks great without the wrapper as well. To be honest, I actually prefer the look without the wrapper better. It’s a bit more work putting it on, but I love the look.
The Stitch Pattern
So basically the way this is made is by working a series of chains. Then twist your chains to make an infinity scarf. How to Crochet an Infinity Cowl.
Once you got your chains, twisted and joined, you will work one round of picots around of picots around the chain.
The finished length is 68″. But in a multiple of two, you can basically increase or decrease this to any size you want!
I used Loops and Threads Soft and Shiny, which is a worsted weight yarn. But honestly, any yarn and hook size will work just as well.
If you’re looking for elegance, you might wish to work with a thread or a metallic material. And if you’re looking for something cozy, any worsted weight yarn will work. You might even want to try a bulky or a super bulky to make it super quick and cozy!
Other Patterns to Try
- Twisted Cowl Crochet Pattern
- Another Bullion Stitch Cowl
- Cross-Over Long DC Cowl
- Blossom Stitch Hooded Cowl Scarf Crochet Pattern
- Alternating Chunky Infinity Cowl
Chained Picots Infinity Necklace Cowl
- Yarn: Loops & Threads Soft & Shiny, or any worsted (4) yarn.
- Crochet Hook: H/8-5.00mm
- Other: Measuring Tape, Scissors, Yarn Needle.
- Gauge: Measures 2" over 3 Picot sts in the pattern.
- Finished Size: Measures 68" long. Can be increased to any length by doing more chains. It is wrapped 5 times in the image above.
- Ch 400 (or any multiple of 2), make 1/2 twist in the chains and join with sl st in first ch. Note: Hold your work in one hand and run your thumb and forefinger along the chains to straighten them. Then make half a twist and join in back bump of first ch.
- Rnd 1: Ch 1, sc in same ch as join, *ch 4, sl st in 3rd ch from hk, ch 1, sk next ch**, sc in next ch; rep from * around working on both sides of the starting chains, and ending last rep at **. Join with sl st in first sc. Fasten Off.
- Row 1: Ch 23, tr in 5th ch from hk (skipped chs count as first tr), tr in each ch across. (20 tr sts) Do not turn, begin working in a round.
- Rnd 1: Ch 1, sc evenly around working 3 sc in each corner, and making sure to end with an even number of sts in the round.
- Rnd 2: Ch 1, sc in same st as join, *ch 4, sl st in 3rd ch from hk, ch 1, sk next st**, sc in next st; rep from * around ending last rep at **; join with sl st in first sc. Fasten Off.
- Attach any button that you like, but I used the Bone Ring Button and attached it to the 2nd tr from the end.