Cosmos Infinity Scarf Pattern: Crochet

Yay for FREE patterns! I’m happy to share the Cosmos Infinity Scarf with you! If you’d like to help support my work and have a copy for keeps you’ll find an ad-free printable PDF here! I’ve also bundled the Cosmos Collection so you can find both patterns at a 25% DISCOUNT HERE! Now for the backstory behind how this scarf came to be!

A few fall/winters ago I came up with the coordinating pattern, the Cosmos Beanie, and I had full intentions of a quick turnaround to release the scarf. Long story short, the beanie was an obvious FLOP. I went through a series of flops. My first blog failed, I wasn’t making any money besides the occasional commission, my Etsy was a desert, and I was on a fast track to throwing in my maker towel… again. I took a LONG break from designing to focus on testing patterns for my maker homies and reestablish my self-confidence as a fiber artist. Now that we covered the lows that made me out of the way; let’s fast forward to October 2020.

 

 

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Ok, so I know I said we covered the lows, but October was an entirely new set of obstacles that challenged everything I thought I had overcome from the past two years of internal turmoil, and external failures. Was I successfully landing features? Yes. Was I successfully selling patterns across multiple platforms? Yes. Was I in print? Yes. Everything seemed great, but the pressure to maintain was starting weigh me down. October taught me that no matter where I am in my pursuit of happiness, I must remember that this is a journey, and everyone has to take a break at some point.

October was the tipping point I needed to not only love myself and remember how far I’ve come, but to also restructure how I intended on moving forward. And here we are. If you take anything away from this post, besides the pattern, please remember that no matter what YOU always matter first! The work can’t get done if you’re not valuing the small wins or your wellness in all the in between. Also, flops and failures are not the end of your story. Use them as moments to grow through your experiences so when you’re ready, you may productively move forward. Now for the pattern you’ve all been so patiently waiting for; the Cosmos Infinity Scarf *and the crowd goes wild*!

 

 

 

 

 

Cosmos Infinity Scarf

 

Notes

Make a major fashion statement while beating the Winter chill! This super bulky infinity scarf is lusciously squishy, warm, and has an endless amount of texture. The Cosmos Infinity Scarf was designed to be paired with the Cosmos Beanie or worn on its own.

This scarf is worked flat in a modified Even Moss Stitch which creates a ribbed texture. To modify the Even Moss Stitch and establish the ribbing, following Row 1, only work in the back loops of stitches from prior rows. Add length by adding rows. Adding rows will add ease to the fit of the scarf when doubled up. Remember to account for extra yardage if modifications to the length desired prior to seaming.

Skill Level: Easy

Hook: 8 mm • US size L/11

Yarn: Weight 6 • 270yds
Lion Brand, Wool-Ease Thick & Quick

Notions: Scissors and Tapestry Needle

Gauge (4×4″): 10 sts x 8 rows Even Moss Stitch 

Care: Machine washable and dryable on cool and gentle settings. It is recommended to hand wash and air dry to prevent felting and pilling of finished scarf.

 

 

Pattern

Ch 20.

Row 1 (WS): Sl st in 2nd ch from hook, HDC in next st, [sl st, HDC] to last st, sl st, turn. 19 sts.

 

*Rows 2-120 (or to desired length) only work in the back loops of sts from prior rows.

 

Row 2 (RS): Ch 1 (does not count as a st throughout), [HDC, sl st in next st] to last st, HDC turn.

Row 3: Ch 1, [sl st, HDC in next st] to last st, sl st, turn.

Rows 4-120: EMS, alternating Rows 2 and 3.

Break yarn.

 

Finishing

  1. With a large-eye tapestry needle weave in any ends.
  2. With right sides together and using preferred seaming method seam Rows 1 and 120 (last row) together.
  3. Using scissors trim any remaining yarn tails.

 

Congratulations, you now have a brand new handmade scarf to wear and enjoy!

 

Thank you so very much for stopping by my blog today! If you enjoy the pattern please let me know in the comments below! Tell me what yarn and colors you plan to use! I look forward to sharing your wonderful finished photos! Be sure to tag me on IG @iplaywithfiber, use hashtags #iplaywithfiber #cosmosinfinityscarf #cosmoscollection so I can see and share your work! If you’re a fan/user of Ravelry don’t forget to add this project to your favorites!

 

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2 replies on “Cosmos Infinity Scarf Pattern: Crochet”

  • I love your words about celebrating the small wins and taking care of yourself. The phrase “You can’t pour from an empty cup” came to mind. It was timely and thoughtful. I am so glad you decided to release this scarf and set! I love both of these patterns and I’m so glad to have them in my collection now! I could just make Cosmos sets all winter long!

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