Crochet cowls are pieces that can be worn everyday as both a stylish and functional accessory to keep us warm.
Their small size means it’s often an interesting way of stashbusting and using up some beautiful yarn leftovers.
Make them for a family member or give it to a friend as a gift.
Here are my TOP 10 collection of free crochet cowl patterns which I put together for you. I hope you like it and find it interesting!
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TOP 10 free crochet cowl patterns
- Greus Cowl by Sylwia from MyCrochetory
Greus Cowl combines crochet moss stitch (granite stitch or linen stitch) and stripes in diagonal style. It’s worked back and forth on bias and then seamed to form a cowl. This cowl is fast and fun to crochet and absolutely effortless to wear.
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2. Chunky Cowl by Brittany from justbcrafty.com
This crochet cowl is made using a repeat of only one row! This makes it a great, mindless project for knitting in front of the TV or listening to an audiobook.
3. Ombre Moss Stitch Cowl by Sylwia from MyCrochetory
The Ombre Moss Stitch Cowl is worked in the round and uses only three basic stitches: the chain stitch, the single crochet stitch and the slip stitch so this pattern would be great for beginners.
4. Dotty by Elena Fedotova
The Dotty Cowl is a precious crochet accessory you’ll love pulling out every year as the weather gets colder. The reversible double-layer stitch pattern creates a cosy fabric with unmatched warmth and volume.
5. October Cowl by Sylwia from MyCrochetory
The October Cowl boasts loads of texture, in fun four rounds repeat crochet cable pattern, with a knit-looking ribbed cuff on both ends. This design is dedicated to an intermediate or adventurous beginner wanting to try out crochet cables for the first time.
6. Stained Glass Cowl by Jess from Make & Do Crew
If you’re looking for advance your Tunisian crochet skills after learning the basics, the Stained Glass Cowl will be the perfect choice. As long as you bring this cozy crochet cowl with you in the fall/winter time, you’ll never find yourself cold!
7. Havra Infinity Scarf by Sylwia from MyCrochetory
Havra Infinity Scarf brings the modern twist to the old classic ripples design. It’s worked back and forth in rows and whip stitched together to turn into a crochet infinity scarf. This reversible pattern is a pleasure to crochet and consists an easy and rhythmic 6-row repeat.
8. Buffalo Plaid Cowl by Breann from Hooked On Homemade Happiness
This crochet cowl pattern uses three large buttons to hold your neck warmer in place. If you want to learn how to crochet this Buffalo Plaic neck warmer, look no further than this simple pattern!
9. Spring Bean Cowl by Rebecca from Yarn and Chai
The Spring Bean Cowl Pattern is a simple, easy-to-memorize pattern that uses a beautiful bean stitch. It will look great in any colorway of self-striping yarn. This crochet cowl is not only perfect for you it also makes the perfect gift for all of your friends.
10. The Mulled Cider Cowl by Toni from Tlycblog
Wear this stylish crochet cowl while you’re out and about on the weekend to accent all of your outfits
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