We're still getting the occasional cold and frosty morning and my current scarf just isn't cutting it. I've always loved the look of infinity scarfs/cowls so I couldn't wait to whip out my crochet hook and have a go at making one. I'm still fairly new to crocheting so I wanted to keep it simple.
This pattern would be great for beginners. I crochet quite tightly but if you crochet loosely start by chaining 100 and then add more from there if needed, to get the length you want (wrap it around your neck twice to check). Yarn and hook choice will also affect how many chains you'll need (I used a nice chunky yarn and hook size to match).
Here is how I made it:
Yarn: 2 100g balls of Moda Vera Shiver
The first ch 2 of each round counts as first dc.
Row 1: Ch 150, join with slip stitch. Try not to twist your chain.
Row 2: Ch 2, dc in each chain around (150). Slip stitch to join.
Row 3-8: Repeat row 2. Fasten off and weave in ends.
I love it! It's really snuggly and warm and I can't wait to wear it on our next frosty morning walk to Kindy.