18 Cozy & Free Crochet Cowl Patterns
Find a crochet cowl scarf you'll love (probably more) with this list of fantastic patterns.
When you want a crochet scarf that drapes nicely out of the neck of your coat, a crochet cowl pattern is just the ticket. Once you start learning how to crochet a cowl, it may become your new favorite type of scarf. Crochet cowl patterns are versatile and fashionable.
Peeking out of a jacket or sweater, they make your outfit more interesting and add sophistication. Not only that, but crochet cowls are very comfortable and keep you warm. Look over these 18 Cozy & Free Crochet Cowl Patterns to see what makes them so appealing.
Crochet cowls differ from infinity scarves in a few ways. Infinity scarves tend to be longer for wrapping, and have only one edge. Cowls can have any kind of closure or can be pulled over the head.
They tend to fit the neck more snugly than other scarves, which means they are perfect for keeping out chilly drafts. Anyone who's taken a long walk on a windy day could appreciate that!
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Free Cowl Crochet Patterns
Once you learn how to crochet a cowl, you may find yourself addicted. It's a quick, easy crochet project that will become second nature, after you've made a couple. In fact, many crochet cowl patterns are the fastest crochet patterns around. You can finish making some crochet cowls in under 30 minutes! You can't beat that. These crochet cowls are beautiful, and each has something special to offer. Get hooked on making these easy crochet scarf patterns.
Chunky and cozy, this design also features buttons for an easy-on, easy-off situation. We also love this yarn and button color combo.
Variegated yarn make this chunky crochet cowl shine! It's warm, pretty, and easy to work up, too. Couldn't be better!
This cowl is worked up with two skeins of bulky yarn and the puff stitch to give it a delightfully textured yet not too heavy design.
You can never go wrong with a classic red cowl in a simple stitch pattern. Wear this everyday or save it for special occasions.
Find three colors you like and repeat them in this simple, striped design.
Try a triangular cowl, just for kicks, with this easy-to-follow design. If you use yarn like this, you'll get a gorgeous pattern.
This plush, bulky cowl has that intentional "messy" look which just means it's that warm, right? Great for the chilliest of winter days or for those cold offices.
Just further proof that variegated skeins can do so much for your finished pieces - check out how easy it is to make this cowl!
This bandana crochet cowl features simple cables in a nice, solid neutral that lets the stitchwork do all the talking.
This crochet cowl uses just half a skein of yarn to work up this delightful, textured design.
Using bulky yarn in two colors, you can create your very own squishy cowl by following along to this pattern.
Just 30 minutes - that's all it takes to make this easy-on, easy-off button-fastened design.
Try incorporating some broomstick lace stitches for an elegant flair! The end result is absolutely stunning.
This super soft and cozy cowl is so plush, you can even wear it as a hood!
Perfect for the holidays, this candy cane-striped crochet cowl is warm and cozy!
No, it's not really knit - but it does look like it right? See how it's done by clicking the link!
This summer-friendly design is just airy enough to not be overbearing in the summertime.
Which cowl is your favorite?
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