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Colorful Cowls Free Knitting Patterns

If you don’t like to wrap your scarf around your neck and look for the two ends of it, you’ll certainly like this Colorful Cowls! They’re functional because they give warmth and also looks amazing. Vivid colours make Clorful Cowl a beautiful and original addition to your outfit, so get motivated today and try it!


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Scrivadelly

  • Designed by: Robynn Weldon

This gorgeous, delicate and beautifully textured cowl is a true piece of art. I mean, Robynn Weldon did just a splendid job with this cowl! The best part of this cowl is, that it suits very snug against your neck and chest, so you will feel warm and cosy all the time.

Scrivadelly


Photo is by Robynn Weldon / Ravelry.com

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Find original free pattern on knitty.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Getting Warmer

  • Designed by: Espace Tricot

Dark cowls are just the classic. You can never go wrong with a project like that, because it goes well with almost any stylization! Espace Tricot created a timeless piece. It’s a very light and cosy cowl, as you can see on the photo below.

Getting Warmer

Photo is by Espace Tricot / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Snood easy rectangular

  • Designed by: Katerina Mushyn

If you like cowls, that suits very snug against your neck and chest, this rectangular cowl by Katerina Mushyn will be your favorite accessory this winter! The color is simply on point and the finished size is 30 x 50 cm.

Snood easy rectangular

Photo is by Katerina Mushyn / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on prjaga.ru, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Two-Color Cotton Cowl

  • Designed by: Purl Soho

This lovely cowl will make you ready for colder days! You can wear it whenever it gets a little bit colder outside. The stitches that were used for this project are basic and easy. The finished size is  10 ½ inches wide x 57 ½ inches in circumference.

Two-Color Cotton Cowl

Photo is by Purl Soho / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on purlsoho.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

No internet Cowl

  • Designed by: Laurence Vagner

This cute and very original cowl was inspired by the game on Chrome browser, which pops up whenever the internet connection is lost. The idea was so creative, heads up to the author! It’s a very practical and warm cowl, that can be also a protecting mask, if needed.

No internet Cowl

Photo is by Laurence Vagner / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Namu Cowl

  • Designed by: knitboop designs

Namu cowl is a neutral design, that is absolutely timeless. The delicate, almost pastel colored yarn looks amazing with this textured, braided stitch. Feel free to make similar, or even matching beanies and gloves to make a set!

Namu Cowl

Photo is by knitboop designs / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on knitboop.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

emPower Lace

  • Designed by: Rosemary (Romi) Hill

This lovely lacy knitted cowl is made in a very classic color, that will work well with all your autumn stylizations. Make sure to knit it as soon as you can, because colder days are really vastly approaching! Feel free to change the edging if you prefer a more lacy one.

emPower Lace

Photo is by Rosemary (Romi) Hill / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

I’ll Pack A Cowl for Rhinebeck

  • Designed by: Deb Jacullo

This cowl will be surely useful whenever you’ll want to have a little nap while driving to work by the bus. It’s warm, cosy, and the design is super cute (I mean, we all have counted sheeps before falling asleep, right?). The pattern itself is working very fast.

I'll Pack A Cowl for Rhinebeck

Photo is by thecablegal / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.com, or read more about this version on Ravelry.

YYC Cowl

  • Designed by: Vikki Perkins

If you like original patterns that are very intense and have many different variations, then this YYC Cowl is totally for you! Geometric pattern, small openings and stripes full of vivid colours! This YYC Cowl is certainly not boring!

YYC Cowl Free Knitting Pattern

Photo is by Vikki Perkins / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Show Off Chevron Cowl

  • Designed by: Aimee Pelletier

What do you think about crazy rainbow around your neck? Show Off Chevron Cowl with wavy colorful stripes will totally amaze you! Just take a lot of colorful yarn and start today, because you cannot find such an amazing pattern in any shop!

 Show Off Chevron Cowl Free Knitting Pattern

Photo is by Aimee Pelletier / Ravelry.com

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If you like this post, be sure to also check out this: Flattering And Feminine Knitted Lacy Shawls

Colias Cowl

  • Designed by: Vikki Perkins

Colias Cowl will be perfect idea for autumn and winter days, because is cozy and gives a lot of warmth. Moreover, thanks to its juicy lemon color this cowl will look special on cloudy weather. Of course, you can choose another color if you want.

Colias Cowl Free Knitting Pattern

Photo is by Vikki Perkins / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

Bonjour Hi

  • Designed by: Espace Tricot

Bonjour Hi is a sweet and stylish cowl and shoulder warmer, perfect for colder days. What’s more it will look amazing with dress, so if you are looking for something elegant for special occasions, Bounjour Hi will be a perfect choice!

Bonjour Hi Free Knitting Pattern

Photo is by Espace Tricot / Ravelry.com

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If you like this post, be sure to also check out this: Stylish Feminine Crochet Shawl Patterns

Free For All Cowl

Free For All Cowl will looks totally amazing, especially in vivid colour like yellow or light blue. It features an intuitive textured stripe pattern and small openings. Thanks to that, this cowl looks a little bit vintage, don’t you think?

Free For All Cowl Free Knitting Pattern

Photo is by websterstknittery / Ravelry.com

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Peperomia Pepperspot Cowl

  • Designed by: Betul Haktan

This gorgeous peperomia cowl has such a wonderful, textured design! It was made by Betul Haktan. It’s knitted in the round from one edge to another and it comes in one size, sich is 30 cm height and 34 cm width. However you can adjust it, if you want to make it bigger, work more repeats (multiples of 20). If you want this cowl to be wider, cast on more stitches (multiples of 10).

Photo is by Betul Haktan / Ravelry.com

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Dragon Wing Cowl

  • Designed by: Jessie Rayot

This fantastic dragon wing cowl in the pictures below uses the ladder technique to create super original and fun rights. The shape is so unique due to simple increases. The best part is, this cowl really looks much more complicated than it really is, so make sure to check it out!

Dragon Wing Cowl

Photo is by Jessie Rayot / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on jessieathome.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Winter Rib Set

  • Designed by: Universal Yarn

This fantastic sweet looks so effortlessly elegant and timeless! It’s simple, squishy and super soft, so it could be your new go – to for cold winter walks. Universal Yarn used the Deluxe Bulky yarn (it’s 100% wool), however you can go for another one if you like to.

Winter Rib Set

Photo is by Universal Yarn / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on universalyarn.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Just Wiggle It Cowl

  • Designed by Susan Ashcroft

It’s almost cowl weather and I can’t be more excited, are you? I love when it’s colder outside and I can wrap myself in wraps and wear super comfy and colorful cowls, like for instance this one in the pictures below, by JChan8.  It’s the ultimate cowl to welcome fall with!

Just Wiggle It Cowl

Photo is JChan8 / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry.

Brioche Chic Cowl

  • Designed by Marly Bird

Make sure to try brioche knitting and give this amazing pattern in the pictures below a go! It’s made by Marly Bird using very soft and warm yarn, that will be just ideal for colder days. . It’s the perfect stitch for a reversible project that can be made quickly to give.

Brioche Chic Cowl

Photo is Marly Bird / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on yarnspirations.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

The Waves

  • Designed by: Victoria Venditto

This fantastic knitted cowl in the pictures below was made by Victoria Venditto and it’s stunning! It’s a double or single-wrap infinity cowl with all-season wearability. The colors depend totally on your preferences and you can be sure it will look fantastic!

The Waves

Photo is by Victoria Venditto / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

 

Chardon Cowl

  • Designed by: Sarah Kenyon

This super chunky knitted cowl in the pictures below looks beautiful and it’s so classy and simply timeless, don’t you think? It’s all about cables, so if you like this design, you have to give this one a go, it’s incredible easy to knit and the texture is very nice in touch.

Chardon Cowl

Photo is by Blue Sky Fibers / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

 

Apiarist Cowl

  • Designed by: Claire Borchardt

This fantastic knitted cowl in the pictures below boasts loads of texture, in a fun honeycomb formation throughout. Not to mention the simple and very versatile ribbed cuff on both ends. It’s very flattering and will make the perfect addition to any fall and winter outfit!

Apiarist Cowl

Photo is by JaynErynM / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry. This particular version is on Ravelry.

 

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