Abby Sandquist

Abby is the maker and pattern designer behind Cozy Moon Designs. When she’s not crocheting, you might catch her chasing her 3 young daughters, drinking iced coffee, and enjoying the outdoors. She lives with her family in Omaha, Nebraska. Keep up with her current projects by following her Instagram.

Harvest Moon Infinity Scarf Crochet Pattern


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 😊

Supply List:

  • 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!
  • Scissors
  • Large sewing needle
  • Measuring tape


Ch- Chain

St- Stitch

R- Row

Sk- Skip

Sp- Space

Beg- Beginning

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. *

Gauge Swatch:

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,

Xo, Abby

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