Do scarves always seem to slide off your neck and get lost? Well then cowls are the answer! I’ve found 7 free crochet cowl patterns to keep you all cozy and warm. Some fit close to your neck, while others are long and can be wrapped more than once.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Comfy Mochi Cowl By Jessie At Home
“This simple cowl is worked in rows and features large diagonal blocks of solid sections and mesh sections. It’s nice and long so it can be wrapped around several times and in many ways.”
2) Scarfie Bandana Cowl by A Crocheted Simplicity
“When I began designing the Scarfie Bandana Cowl, I only had intentions on making it in adult sizes until I received a request for child sizes as well.”
3) Buffalo Plaid Cowl by Crochet 365 Knit Too
“I am so in love with this cowl. I can’t wait to wear it. It’s just a classic look that is fun and modern.”
4) Crochet Cookies and Cream Cowl by Left in Knots
“This cowl uses the moss stitch, which is an incredibly simple stitch and perfect for even beginners!”
5) Charlottetown Cowl by Sincerely, Pam
“I received a cake of It’s A Wrap Rainbow from our friends over at Red Heart Yarns. This super fine #1 weight yarn is a cotton acrylic blend that comes in a generous 623 yard cake. I used this beautiful color called “Couture”. It transitions from beige, to grey, to teal, and then black.”
6) Venus Shell Infinity Scarf by Salty Pearl Crochet
“When I finished my Venus Shell Crochet Slouch Hat, I knew right away that I wanted to publish a matching infinity scarf crochet pattern for you all!”
7) Bundle of Bobbles Cowl by Kim Guzman
This cowl is a great way to show off contrasting yarns.
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