Crochet Ruby Infinity Cowl Pattern

Crochet Ruby Cowl Pattern
Crochet Ruby Cowl Pattern
Crochet Ruby Cowl Pattern

Crochet Ruby Infinity Cowl

This easy Crochet Ruby Cowl is a great project for ambitious beginners but definitely easy to expert level crocheters can enjoy this simple crochet cowl.

Featuring Bernat Dazzle by Yarnspirations, this bulky weight yarn is intended to keep you snug as a bug in cooler temperatures.

This is an infinity cowl, which means it has a permanent twist within the project to have it rest nicely against your neck and chest while wearing. The twist is part of the design and can never be untwisted once set.

A video tutorial is provided below to show you the steps if you are confused by the written instructions.

The infinity scarf is 30″ in circumference and 12″ in height. You will use both balls of the Bernat Dazzle completely.

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Materials Needed

  • Size 8 mm or Size L Crochet Hook
  • 2 Balls of Bernat Dazzle. Colour depicted is Bernat Dazzle Ruby Glow. One ball will do 6″ in height on my pattern, both balls will make up to the 12″ height as seen in the photo.
  • Tapestry Needle to weave in the loose ends.


To change any of my dimensions for the circumference, the multiple is in sets of 2. If you crochet a chain with an even number and try it around your neck, it will work out perfectly each and every time.

A video tutorial is available below to clarify any of the patterns below. Understanding the twist isn’t always easy to explain. Seeing it in a tutorial makes a lot of sense.

Ch 66. Without twisting the chain, join with a slip stitch to the beginning chain to form a ring.

  1. Ch 1, 2 hdc into the same stitch as the join. *skip 1 chain, 2 dc into the next. Repeat * around. You will skip the final chain and hold. Do not join.
  2. Lay down the project flat on the table with the crochet hook still in the project on the top side. Review the video if you are confused. You need to create an infinity twist. Take the next stitch you are about to go into and flip it down so the top is towards you and the bottom of that stitch is up. You will start the next instructions using the bottom side of the stitch and follow it around.
  3. Place 2 dc into the bottom of each stitch where the dc’s are. Follow around and you will run back into the stitches that are facing in the right direction automatically. Once you have completed this round, all stitches will be in the right direction and the infinity permanent twist is completed.
  4. Each 2 dc’s you put into the chain are to be treated like they are paired together. In this next part, we place 2 dc in the middle of a pair. Place 2 dc into space between the next 2 hdc, then *2 dc into space between the next two dc pair. Repeat * in a continuous revolution using both of the Bernat Dazzle balls.
  5. Once you are satisfied with the height or run out of yarn, the final 3 pairs of stitches should be as follows. 2 hdc between the pair, next one is 2 sc between the pair. Final is 1 slip stitch between the pair. Fasten off and weave in ends.

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  1. Serena Guimarey

    No Blue Button

  2. Mazzy Mayhem

    In the UK I cannot get Bernat yarn. Could you please give yarn types/weight for those who do not have access to the yarns you use. Many thanks.

    • Mazzy, I don’t live in the UK to give you this information accurately. I don’t know the comparison to other brands you have access to out there. I’m really sorry.

  3. Keah

    Hey Mickey, just came from Michaels to try to get the wool for this project, but no luck, is there another wool I can look for.. Or can u tell me what the weigh is??

  4. Hi Mikey! I am a big fan. You make crochet fun and interesting. I always tell my friends that crochet is my therapy and you and Dan have become part of my mental health program. Thank you so much. Much love.

  5. cynthia

    thanks Mikey!!!!

  6. Thanks Mikey! I think this may be my new ‘go to’ scarf pattern! It is easy and quick. Thanks for all you do for us. You inspire me to keep trying something new. It is very much appreciated. <3
    I don't know if people know they have to go to the YouTube channel to "Like" your videos and I don't know if you get a count when people access them here like you do on the channel. Just wanted you to know. Have a great rest of your day and Thanks Again!!

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