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Letta Crochet Infinity Cowl Pattern With Pictures

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The Letta Cowl is a lovely crochet cowl pattern that features easy lace with a two row repeat. The free crochet pattern includes written instructions and a photo tutorial.

When the weather warms up you can add the Letta Cowl as a simple, stylish layer. These crochet cowls are perfect for any weather because you can double the size to make it ultra cozy too.

A crochet infinity scarf is a great gift for busy moms. I find they don’t get in the way as much as a regular scarf.

Blue crochet cowl draped on woman in white dress.

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Yarn

In this sample is Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek, a medium worsted weight yarn. You can substitute any #4 medium yarn if you need to.

Red Heart Super Saver has a large selection of colors so you can customize this infinity scarf pattern.

If you are making this cowl crochet pattern for spring or summer then choosing a cotton yarn* is a great idea. Go for wool* if you want cozy warmth!

Blue crochet infinity cowl on mannequin.

More Free Crochet Patterns

If you prefer a traditional style scarf then try the Berryessa Scarf. This skinny scarf pattern features the same stitch as the Letta Cowl, but it’s worked flat.

And if you love making infinity scarf patterns the Retta is a gorgeous one skein cowl that’s also a free pattern. I use Lion Brand 24/7 cotton yarn in this one which is perfect for warmer weather accessories.

Be sure to check out more of my free patterns for crochet scarves and cowls.

Crochet cowl and peach crochet hook.

Materials

  • You’ll need about 200 yd / 183 m of #4 medium weight yarn. The sample is made in Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek which is 100% low pill acrylic, with 232 yd / 212, or 5 oz / 142 g per ball. The color is teal blue.
  • 5 mm US size H-8 hook. I love my Furls Odyssey in peach*.
  • Yarn needle, scissors, measure tape

Pattern Notes

  1. The pattern is worked in the round.
  2. Ch 1 at the beginning of a round does not count as a stitch.
  3. Ch 3 counts as a double crochet, I recommend using a ch 3 alt – here’s my favorite.
  4. The stitch multiple is 3.

Skill Level

Easy

Stitches/Abbreviations (US Terms)

Click on any of these links for a full stitch tutorial.

ch – chain

ch 1 sp – chain one space

hdc – half double crochet

dc – double crochet stitch

rep – repeat

sc – single crochet stitch

sl st – slip stitch

Gauge

Gauge is not terribly important for this crochet scarf pattern.

4″ / 10 cm x 4″ / 10 cm = 16 sc x 18 rows of sc

4″ / 10 cm = 12 sts in pattern

Finished Size

The starting chain will give you the length of your cowl and the number of rows you work will be how wide your cowl is.

5” / 12.5 cm wide x 38.5” / 98 cm long

Close up of stitches on blue cowl.

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Blue crochet cowl draped on woman in white dress.

Easy Crochet Infinity Cowl Pattern

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 2 hours
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Estimated Cost: $5

The Letta is an easy crochet cowl pattern that works for spring time or as a cozy fall neck scarf.

Materials

  • 2oo yd / 183 m #4 medium weight yarn, pictured in Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek (100% low pill acrylic, 232 yd / 212, 5 oz / 142 g), color: teal blue.

Tools

  • 5 mm US size H-8 hook pictured is my Furls Odyssey in peach
  • Yarn needle, scissors, measure tape

Instructions

Notes

  1. The pattern is worked in the round.
  2. Ch 1 at the beginning of a round does not count as a stitch.
  3. Ch 3 counts as a double crochet, I recommend using a ch 3 alt - here’s my favorite.
  4. The stitch multiple is 3.

Stitches/Abbreviations (US Terms)

  1. ch - chain
  2. ch 1 sp - chain one space
  3. hdc - half double crochet
  4. dc - double crochet
  5. rep - repeat
  6. sc - single crochet
  7. sl st - slip stitch

Gauge

  1. 4″ / 10 cm x 4″ / 10 cm = 16 sc x 18 rows of sc
    4″ / 10 cm = 12 sts in pattern

Finished Size

  1. 5” / 12.5 cm wide x 38.5” / 98 cm long

Pattern

  1. Ch 111, you can add or subtract 3 to my chain to adjust this. Sl sl to first st to join into a circle.

    Rnd 1. Ch 1, in same st place a hdc, ch 1, hdc, ch 2, sk the next 2 chs, *{(hdc, ch 1 hdc) all in same st, ch 2, sk next 2 chs} rep from * around. (186 sts)Round 1 ends with a chain 2 and skip those chains. Round one joined. To start Round 2, skip the first hdc and join to the chain 1 space with a slip stitch.
  2. Rnd 2. Sk first hdc, sl st to ch 1 sp, ch 3 (counts as dc) *{sk next hdc, 2 sc in ch 2 sp, sk next hdc, dc in next ch 1 sp} rep from * around. (102 sts) Orange stitch marker in first stitch of round two.Since we have less stitches in this round your work will tighten and curl up some, but we’ll be adding those stitches back in on the next round so it will loosen up again.
  3. Rnd 3. Sl st to top of dc (marked with the orange st marker in the picture above), ch 1 *{(hdc, ch 1, hdc) all in dc, ch 2, sk next 2 sc} rep from * around. (186 sts)End of round 3 in small blue swatch.
  4. Rnd 4. Sk first hdc, sl st to ch 1 sp, ch 3 (counts as dc) *{sk next hdc, 2 sc in ch 2 sp, sk next hdc, dc in next ch 1 sp} rep from * around. (102 sts)

  5. Rnds 5-12. Rep Rnds 3-4.
  6. Repeat again if you would like the cowl wider.


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