Grab your yarn and make yourself something warm this winter! I’ve found some lovely free crochet patterns for cowls.
Cowls are a great way to keep warm, and because they are continuous, you don’t have to worry about them blowing off like you do with scarves.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Jilly Bean Cowl by Marly Bird
“Using only 1 ball of yarn this project is not only quick but cheap to make!”
2) Chloe V Puff Stitch Cowl by Cre8tion Crochet
“This pattern was created to match the Chloe Slouch. This cowl, just like its matching slouch hat, is both stylish and functional. The V puff stitches give it interesting visual appeal.”
3) Roses’s Crossing Scarf By ELK Studio Crochet
“Once again, I’ve taken the Red Heart Soft yarn and created a beautiful accessory that is certain to keep you warm with the double-layer technique (and I don’t mean using 2 strands of yarn).”
4) Coraline in Minden by Celina Lane
“Fabulously wide and the perfect length, it isn’t heavy due to it’s mesh design and still quite warm as each mesh square creates a little pocket of warmth.”
5) Ali Mobius Cowl: Worsted Weight by Jessie At Home
“With so many ways to wear the Ali Mobius Cowl, it will become a staple in your winter wardrobe in no time!”
6) Ridgie Cowl by Kim Guzman
This pretty cowl is sure to keep you warm and stylish!
7) Seafoam Circle Scarf by 5 Little Monsters
“Over the last couple of months I have made several scarves/cowls that I have been meaning to post patterns for and I just haven’t had time to do it. I am finally getting around to posting one today.”
8) Wow That Was Fast Cowl by Underground Crafter
“I made this cowl in less time than needed for one direction of my commute with a skein of Red Heart Irresistible jumbo yarn, which is how I came up with the name.”
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