Cowls are cool! Or warm. Right, cowls are warm. And over the past few years, cowls have become…hot. Yup, they are hot! So I have collected some crochet and knit cowl patterns to share with you. There are 2 round ups here, the first is crochet, and the second is knit, both are: COWLS!!
Here are the names and links of each crochet pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1) Ridgie Cowl ~ designed by Kim Guzman
Kim has been on a cowl kick lately. I really love this chunky one!
2) Faux Fabric Circle Scarf ~ designed by Underground Crafter
One of my best friends loves stretchy, jersey-style infinity cowls. This year, I decided to make her a crochet version as a holiday gift.
3) Winter’s Infinity Rainbow ~ designed by from Grammy’s Heart, with Love
4) Ups and Downs Crochet Cowl ~ designed by Moogly
The Ups and Downs Slouchy Beanie and Fingerless Gloves Set were super fun to make – and many of you agreed! And then you asked for a matching cowl… and I was more than happy to oblige.
5) Chunky Braided Cowl ~ designed by Calleigh’s Clips & Crochet Creations
If you know me you know I love chunky yarns! I’ve seen these fun braided scarf popping up everywhere and they are very simple to make. Here is my version of a Chunky Braided Cowl. Enjoy!
6) Candy Ribbons Cowl ~ designed by Jessie At Home
The Candy Ribbons Cowl features rounds of post stitches and rounds of long V stitches made with triple treble crochet stitches. The pattern is written in 3 lengths, so you can choose the look you like the best!
7) Sunset into Moonshadows Cowl ~ designed by Cre8tion Crochet
With just two skeins of Unique yarn by Lion Brand, you can create this lofty sophisticated cowl. The Sunset to Moonshadows Cowl is created using simple single crochet and double crochet stitches in a unique pattern.
8) Bursts of Color Crochet Cowl ~ designed by CED Cesigns
9) Linked-Up Cowl ~ designed by Posh Pooch Designs
This Cowl pattern is super easy but looks complicated. It is also very adjustable for any length you want.
10) Coraline in Morocco One Skein Cowl ~ designed by Simply Collectible
It’s quite possible this is my new favorite cowl pattern. Not to mention, this yarn is quite soft and the colour just screamed sheer joy at me.
11) Mongolian Tundra Cowl ~ designed by Raising Robertson Crochet
Sometimes I just walk by a yarn and inspiration happens! That happened the last time I poked my head in Michaels.
12) Luscious Textured Winter Cowl ~ designed by Crochet Memories
Using Lion Brand® Jiffy brushed acrylic yarn in Fisherman, this MAM-style cowl creates a stylish, luscious and soft winter cowl you’ll be proud to wear!
13) Thick ‘n Cozy Ribbed Cowl ~ designed by Little Monkeys Crochet
This free crochet pattern is part of a series of 5 beginner-friendly scarves & cowls that can be made for $10 or less.
14) Agnes Lace Cowl ~ designed by Fiber Flux
The Agnes Cowl is a lightning fast chunky lace cowl that shows off a a skein of super bulky yarn beautifully. If you have lots of leftover colors from your cold weather stitching, try making a striped version too!
Here are the names and links of each knit pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1) Icordion Cowl ~ designed by Louise Fitzpatrick
I have knitted a lot of accordion cowls recently so I knew how to knit them up without a pattern and made a start. However, partway into it, I had an idea. I would ‘decorate’ the cowl with some icord.
2) Moonstruck Cowl ~ designed by Jessie At Home
This linen stitch cowl has a small amount of shaping around the bottom half to form to your shoulders and keep you nice and warm!
3) Clara Cowl ~ designed by Gretchen Ronnevik
The cowl is completely reversible, completely seamless, and completely luxurious. It’s worked completely in 1 x 1 rib and is grafted together using the tutorial at the end.
4) Chunky Cowl With Bow ~ designed by Posh Pooch Designs
The cowl and the bow are both stitched in just the Garter Stitch, so this is a great beginner project, to practice your knit stitch and make something fun to wear.
5) Steel Grey Chunky Circular Scarf ~ designed by Hand Knitted Things
This simple chunky circular scarf is knitted in the round on a circular needle using knit and purl stitches and 5 strands of dk yarn held together. Worn in a wraparound ‘figure of eight’ style.
6) Snowdrift ~ designed by While they Play
A simple and effortless knit. Perfect for gift-giving or just spoiling yourself.
If you would rather just buy a kit with the pattern and the yarn all together, check out one of these. The first is crochet and the second is knit. Just click the image to get all the details!
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
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