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Stylish Crochet Cowl Patterns for Your Warm and Cozy Outfits

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Cowl is a compromise between timeless classic design and extreme comfort. Their design makes them much easier to wear than regular scarves, and the variety of designs allows you to match your crocheted cowl with any style of clothing. Plus, these winter pieces are almost all beginner-friendly, so you won’t have any trouble with the overwhelming majority of patterns. We have rounded up some ideas that can inspire you to make your own handmade crochet cowl. Feel the spirit of winter and get started!

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1. Winter Wonder Drawstring Cowl

  • Designed by Jennifer Renaud

Crafted with a passion for textured stitches, this cozy crochet cowl blends knit-look crochet, intricate cables and rich textures. Versatile and cozy, its adjustable drawstring offers personalized comfort, perfect for cooler seasons. Immerse yourself in the beauty of crochet cables and discover the allure of detailed textures in this cozy fall, winter and spring accessory. The free crochet pattern will help you along the way.

Two pictures of a woman wearing a scarf and a bag.

PHOTOS by Jennifer Renaud / Ravelry.com

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

2. Double Fringe Cowl

  • Designed by Melanie Shovelski

Unusual and cheerful, this crochet cowl is a charming addition to your wardrobe. Despite the visually intricate design, it is easy to follow and suitable for crocheters of all levels. This project is a great opportunity to experiment with colors and palettes, so don’t miss out! The free cowl crochet pattern makes it a breeze. 

Two pictures of a woman wearing a colorful crocheted scarf.

PHOTOS by Melanie Shovelski / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

3. Ribbed Turtleneck Dickey

  • Designed by Annanitato Lolo

This crocheted cowl was designed with one purpose in mind: comfort for the person wearing it. The special shape makes it easy to wear with almost any outfit. You can be sure you’ll stay warm and won’t feel the wind or snow. The project is based on simple crochet techniques like half double crochet and slip stitch to make the process easy even for beginners. Follow the free crochet cowl pattern and see how it works!

Two pictures of a yellow knitted hat.

PHOTOS by Annanitato Lolo / Ravelry.com

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

4. Shoppe Cowl

  • Designed by Rachael Mason

Designed for different levels of crocheters, this engaging crochet cowl pattern combines single and double crochet stitches and builds skills by incorporating only back loops. Ideal for those transitioning from beginner levels, it improves pattern reading skills while providing an enjoyable experience. This project is fun and easy because it is constructed in rows and seamlessly joined with a whip stitch. Read the free crochet pattern and see for yourself!

Two pictures of a woman wearing a crocheted neck warmer.

PHOTOS by Rachael Mason / Ravelry.com

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

5. Star Stitch Infinity Scarf

  • Designed by Karmen Režek

It’s getting colder by the day, and it’s important to have warm accessories to protect you from the flu. This beginner-friendly crochet pattern offers you the opportunity to make a cozy cowl. Not only trendy, but also comfortable to wear, it is perfect for those who prefer simplicity to elaborate designs. Give it a try!

Two pictures of a woman wearing a crocheted cowl.

PHOTOS by Karmen Režek / Ravelry.com

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

6. Hooded Cowl

  • Designed by Shaz

This pattern is for a combination of a hood and a crocheted cowl. Such a design is much more comfortable than a traditional hat and scarf set. It allows you to protect those parts that are usually left out when wearing regular scarves. In addition, it’s comfortable to wear with a warm coat, so you won’t feel awkward. Consider it if you are looking for unusual projects.

Two pictures of a woman wearing a crochet cowl scarf in red.

PHOTOS by Shaz / Ravelry.com

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

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