Today I’m super excited to be releasing my very first scarf/cowl/thing to keep your neck warm pattern!! Although it feels a little weird because it’s been extremely sunny and hot here lately! Sometimes I have to remind myself that other places actually have real winters and need things like this to keep warm! Here in Southern California, scarves are basically just a fashion accessory most of the time. Maybe that’s why it’s taken me so long to design a pattern!
Anywho! I designed this pattern to match my Pinecone Slouchy Hat. The pattern includes three sizes: a large hood cowl (green), a small cowl (blue), and an infinity scarf (orange).
The large hood cowl is long enough to be worn over your head as a hood while still keeping your neck cozy! The small cowl is meant to fit slightly loose around your neck. And the infinity scarf is meant to wrap twice around your neck and also be slightly loose. All three sizes include the option to add ribbon around the edge.
They can be made with any type of worsted weight yarn. I used Lion Brand Heartland & Caron Simply Soft for mine. I consider the pattern intermediate level. It uses mostly cluster stitches (taught in the pattern), single crochets, and triple/treble crochets (if you’re using ribbon). The pattern is 7 pages long, here’s a peek at what’s inside:
The pattern is available through Ravelry, where you can download it instantly after check out.