Free Pattern Twilight Romance Cowl

Free Pattern Twilight Romance Infinity Cowl.

I was thrilled to receive a box from Red Heart! Inside to my delight was this beautiful new yarn in their line of Boutique yarns… Red Heart Boutique Twilight in the colorway “Romantic”. The yarn is a dream to work with. Being a category 6, super bulky weight, with 59 yards on the skein, it works up the design quickly and efficiently. Although it is in the super bulky category, it is really rather light and airy in real feel, while being warm and soft to the touch. I was inspired to make something beginner friendly, easy and quick to hook with a trendy minimalist flair. I asked my fans on Facebook to help me name the pattern. The Fans came up with over 50 different names for me; however three different fans from three different groups made the same suggestion – Twilight Romance! So today, I introduce to you The Twilight Romance Infinity Cowl. This is a one-skein, approximately one-hour project with lovely results. Don’t forget to subscribe to this blog while you’re here… you WON’T want to miss what’s coming next…

Free Pattern TwilightRomanceCowl TheHookedHaberdasher

If you would be so kind as to help this designer out (me 🙂 ) and add this pattern to your favorites and queues on Ravelry, I would be most humbly grateful for your kindness! Oh, and adding the above image to Pinterest would really be kind, too! 🙂 


Twilight Romance Infinity Cowl Crochet Pattern

Designed by The Hooked Haberdasher


1 Skein Super Bulky Red Heart Boutique Twilight – model made with “Romantic”

Size P-15 (10mm) crochet hook


Using the size P crochet hook, beginning with a long tail (6” or so) chain stitch the entire ball of yarn into one long chain, leaving a long tail (6” or so). Finish off.


Meet your ends together, essentially folding your chain in half (figure 1). At about 16” from the ends, with both strands held together, tie your first knot (figure 2). Continue knotting the two chains together approximately every 16” to within about 8” of end. Meet your ends together again, essentially folding your knotted double chain in half; now you have 4 strands of chains. With four chain strands held together, make your first knot in the middle of the first two sets of small knots (figure 3). Continue to end and the last set of small knots; do not make a large knot at the ends (figure 4). You’ll have your beginning and ending original chain ends and three loop ends, about 8” without knots (figure 5). Tug your beg/end chain ends so that they hang longer than your loop ends. Holding all 8 chain strands together, tie together in one large knot to make your infinity, leaving your beg/end chains to dangle (figure 6). Add a button or a brooch for some fun bling!



©2015, Designed by Wendy Bickford aka The Hooked Haberdasher. All Rights Reserved. The design, pattern, and images are property of The Hooked Haberdasher. You may use this pattern for personal use/charity. Sale of finished item is also permitted with pattern credit given to No part of this document may be reproduced, altered, or distributed in any form, or by any means, without express written permission from Wendy Bickford.


I hope you’ve enjoyed The Twilight Romance Infinity Cowl free crochet pattern. Please check out my other free patterns here, and visit my Ravelry shop here 

Free Pattern TwilightRomanceInfinityCowl TheHookedHaberdasher

Wishing you a Twilight Romance kinda day!

WENDY sig The Hooked Haberdasher

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About thehookedhaberdasher

I was blessed with two dear Grandmothers who were wonderfully gifted and loved all the arts of handcrafting. At their knee, a wee little blonde girl learned the fine art of crochet under their wise and talented tutelage. Now that little girl has grown up and enjoys a lifestyle that affords me the time to put hooks, yummy yarns and fibers back into my hands, returning to the joy and fun of the art of handcrafted crochet. I am awed by the talent and creative patterns of modern new designers, but still enjoy the beauty of vintage patterns as well. My mind and hands are never idle, designing and handcrafting stylishly beautiful, practical, cozy, comfy, sweet and cute wearables and loveables for old and young alike. As a very detail oriented artist, I design and crochet with love, embracing the virtues bequested to me by those two beautiful Grandmothers.

Posted on July 18, 2015, in Free Patterns, PATTERNS, PRODUCT REVIEW and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Susan Steinick

    Since the dressed up wine bottle holder pattern is no longer available, would you mind sharing your copy?
    Thanks so much



    • thehookedhaberdasher1

      Ahhh, I’m so sorry Susan. I no longer have the pattern. I had a complete hard drive failure and lost all of my patterns 😦


  2. beautiful


  3. Love it!!


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