When it’s beginning to get chilly outside, it’s time to make winter accessories that will keep you warm and comfortable throughout the winter season! I have compiled a list of some of my favourite crochet cowl patterns! Scroll down to see the list.
I love wrapping myself in a warm and soft scarf or cowl to keep myself warm and toasty. I also like having a variety of scarves so that I can match with different outfits and depending how I feel on that day! So, it just makes sense to crochet lots of cowls, scarves, infinity scarves and shawls for every mood and weather condition!
Crochet cowls are a wonderful way to make quick and easy crochet presents for anyone on your list! Therefore I decided to share some of my favourite crocheted patterns for gorgeous cowls.
This list of crochet cowl patterns is suitable for all skill levels, from beginning crochet enthusiasts to crochet experts looking for something new to try out.
I hope you like them and find that special crochet pattern you’d like to try! Have fun and get inspired! 🙂
10+ Free Crochet Patterns for Beautiful Cowls or Neck Warmers
Starting from top left (see photo above), here are the first three cowl crochet patterns:
- Chaucer Twist – The Super Chunky One Hour Cowl Free Crochet Pattern. This easy crochet pattern is beginner friendly. It’s also using super chunky yarn which makes it super quick to work up! Design & Photo Credit: Dora Does
- Crochet Easy Cowl Free Pattern. Also a beginner friendly pattern, with lovely knit-look texture! This pattern is worked flat in rows, which makes it easy for any skill level. Design & Photo Credit: My Crochet Space
- Williams Puff Cowl Free Crochet Pattern. This Puff Scarf uses simple crochet stitches and works up very fast! If you are an advanced beginner, this is an excellent project for you! Design & Photo Credit: Easy Crochet
From top left (see photo above), the next four beautiful crochet cowl patterns:
- Maple Hills Cowl Free Crochet Pattern. This rich burgundy coloured cowl is such a pretty design! The cowl pattern is perfect for advanced beginners. Design & Photo Credit: Coco Crochet Lee
- Crochet Knit-Look Infinity Scarf Free Pattern. This stunning crochet cowl is perfect for advanced beginners, no need to change colours if you use self striping yarn like we have it here! Create a knit-look scarf with a soft a squishy texture with this free crochet pattern. Design & Photo Credit: My Crochet Space
- Velvet Puff Cowl Free Crochet Pattern. This cozy cowl is perfect to keep your neck warm in the cooler months of the year! The velvet yarn gives this cowl a touch of luxury feel without being expensive! Design & Photo Credit: Made With a Twist
- Moroccan Midnight Cowl Free Pattern. This absolutely gorgeous cowl combines two colours to create this eye catching pattern! It’s a great way to learn how to use contrasting colours to create this stunning effect. Design & Photo Credit: Moogly.
Starting from top left again (photo above), here are the last five stunning crochet cowl patterns you will love!
- Falling Leaves Cowl Free Crochet Pattern. This cowl design is loaded with beautiful texture. Plus you can learn a new stitch to create the effect of falling leaves! Design & Photo Credit: Nana’s Crafty Home.
- Buffalo Plaid Cowl Free Crochet Pattern. This cowl would look great with jeans! It’s a classic and modern design that is both practical and playful! Design & Photo Credit: Crochet 365 Knit Too.
- Rib Stitch Cowl Free Crochet Pattern. This beautiful cowl has both, colour and texture! Perfect way for beginners to practise the stitches but also for experienced crocheters to make as a gift! Design & Photo Credit: HanJan Crochet.
- Granny Chevron Cowl Free Crochet Pattern. This pattern is fun, easy and works up in no time! You could also use up your leftover yarn to make this intricate looking crochet cowl! Design & Photo Credit: Raffamusa Designs.
- Follow Your Path Cowl Free Crochet Pattern. This cowl is sure to grab attention! The intricate design in which each stitch stands out beautifully, highlighting the unique textures and creating depth. This gorgeous crochet pattern looks more complicated than it actually is! Design & Photo Credit: Made by Gootie.
Which one is your favourite cowl? I hope you like those beautiful cowl patterns and gathered a couple of ideas on what you’d like to crochet next!
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