Hello lovely people! I’m Abby, maker and designer behind the shop Cozy Moon Designs.
A little about myself… I am a born and raised Nebraska girl, wife and mother of 3 little ladies and our pet guinea pig, Reeses. I started crocheting soon after my 1st was born 8 years ago and I’ve been designing patterns for close to a year. I also started knitting last fall which has been a journey in itself! There is something about creating something with your own two hands that’s so satisfying and little did I know, it would turn into this small business of mine. Crocheting is what I turn to when I’m feeling happy, sad, mad, anxious…it just helps me get through the day and I don’t know what life would be like without it. My passion is to create simple, modern pieces for all levels of makers, that I too love to wear!! I enjoy working with worsted weight neutrals the most with sprinkles of color here and there.
The crochet pattern I am bringing to you today is very transitional piece that eases you right into fall! The light yarn and breathable stitches make it a perfect scarf for throwing over a tee or your favorite cardigan.
This maker and fiber arts community has so much love and support…Jessica has always been a huge inspiration and I am so humbled to be featured on the Hook Nook Blog! Such a wonderful opportunity to be able to share this pattern with you all.
If you want to follow along with my journey and current projects, catch me on Instagram and Facebook @cozymoondesigns
Lets jump in 😊
- J-6.5 mm crochet hook
- 500 yds DK/Light Weight 3 yarn, I used one ball of Lion Brand’s Cupcake, Mandala or any similar weight 3 would work great too!
- Large sewing needle
- Measuring tape
Hdc- Half Double Crochet
Fhdc- Foundation Half Double Crochet
Blo- Back Loop Only
Slst- Slip Stitch
Puff Stitch: YO, insert hook into st, YO, pull up a loop. YO, insert hook into same st. YO, pull up a loop, you now have 5 loops on hook. YO again and insert hook into same st. YO, pull up a loop, 7 loops on hook. YO, pull through all 7 loops. Ch 1 loosely to close. *The closing ch 1 counts as the ch1 in R2&3 in this pattern. *
With J-6.5 mm hook- 7 rows of 12 Hdc Blo st = 4x4” square. If your piece is smaller than this, go up in hook size. If your piece is larger than this, go down in hook size.
**Ch2 at the beg of each round does not count as a st.
**Make sure your ch at the beginning of the pattern is a loose ch. You may choose to do a Fhdc in the beginning if you prefer that method, this will be your ch and R1.
**Finished scarf should measure approx. 12” tall and 24” across.
Make a very loose Ch 118, OR FHdc 118, join with a slst to beg ch, being careful to not twist ch.
R1- Ch2, Hdc in next st and in each of the next ch around. Join to 1st hdc with a slst. 118 st
R2 - Ch2, Puff st in 1st st, *ch1, sk 1 st, puff st*. Rep *to* around, ch1 sk last st. Join with a slst to the first st of the round. (118)
R3 - Ch2, Puff st in the sp between the ch2 and first puff st of prev round. *ch1, puff st in next sp*. Repeat from *to* around. Ch1, Sk last sp, and join with a slst to the 1st st of the round. (118)
R4 - Ch2, Hdc in next st and in each of the next st around. Join with a slst to the 1st st of the round and TURN. (118)
R5- Ch2, HdcBlo in next st and in each of the next st around. Join with a slst to the 1st st of the round and TURN. (118)
R6 - Ch2, HdcBlo in next st and in each of the next st around. Join with a slst to the 1st st of the round. (118)
R7-16 - Ch2, Rep R2-6 two more times.
R17-19 – Ch2, Then rep R2-4. Cut yarn and weave in ends.
That’s it! You are done! I hope you enjoyed making this infinity scarf as much as I did 😊 I can’t wait to see your beautiful work! Use hashtags #Harvestmooninfinity when you share on your social media! Thanks for being apart of my maker journey,