14 Free Cowl Patterns and a 4 Paid Patterns
Cre8tion Crochet has some beautiful originally designed cowl patterns . There are 14 free cowl patterns and 4 paid cowl patterns, and that’s a great deal! Most of the cowls are versatile enough that you can wear them up close to your neck for extra warmth, wrap them around your neck in different styles, or just let them hang in a free flowing style. One of the great things of these cowls, is that while they are stylish, they are most definitely functional.
I have crocheted several of these patterns and I’ve loved every one of them that I’ve made. My favorite pattern has always been, and perhaps will always be, the Zola Bulky Stacked Shell Cowl. When I first crocheted this for myself, I knew that it would be a must have in my winter wardrobe accessories. While cold weather is not my favorite, I look forward to colder days wear I know that my neck will be super warm with my Zola Cowl.
I wonder which favorite you’ll find.
I love big bulky cowls, and I’m really into stripes right now. I wanted to create a functional yet stylish winter and fall accessory, the result was this Bulky Striped Cowl. This design has high impact for fashion yet is easy to create.
This convertible cowl pattern can be worn so many different ways. I love the detail the front post stitches give, especially mixed with the shell stitches.
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.
This light weight and lofty infinity scarf works up super-fast. The Off Kilter Infinity Scarf has great visual appeal with its punch of off centered lacy stitches. Get that mohair look with Jiffy yarn by Lion Brand.
This easy free crochet cowl pattern features Boutique Twilight Yarn by Red Heart yarns in Romantic, paired with simple single crochet stitches in short rows, for a fun and funky look.
Stylish and easy to make, and only 1 skein needed.
This free chunky crochet cowl pattern uses an interesting stitch that utilizes decreases for a fun look. All you need is one skein of Boutique Infinity yarn by Red Heart Yarns. I used Enchanted, but there are 8 awesome colors to choose from.
The ultra sophisticated cowl pattern is super easy to create. This pattern works up fast and requires two skeins of Unique Yarn by Lion Brand.
Make it! Love it! Share it! This fun yarn is great to crochet with and comfortable to wear. And as an added bonus, it has a reflective thread that glows when you take a flash photo…perfect for sharing.
The yarn used for this project is Silk Cloud in Mermaid at the Sea. I absolutely love the colors in this yarn. It reminded me so much of a perfect summer day at the beach so I was inspired to create something can be worn in the summer. This cowl is super lightweight and breathable. It will add the perfect accent to that cute summer outfit that needs just a little bit more.
This simple chevron cowl is super easy and quick to work up. The punch of ombre color blocking really gives it a great visual punch.
This adorable free chevron cowl crochet pattern was inspired by the adult Winter Waves Chevron Cowl.
This cowl will work up quickly and be worn whenever you want to keep your neck warm and cozy. Choose your favorite color of this yarn that reflects the flash of a camera! Amazing!
This may be the easiest pattern you’ll ever create. If you follow my patterns you will notice a trend; I aim for high impact, yet simple, designs.
The Zola Bulky Stacked Shell Cowl is available in four sizes. This versatile pattern can be worn as a regular cowl, a hooded cowl or even as a shrug. Design features front post stitches and trinity shells for a unique textured look.
This cowl is incredibly easy and works up quite fast.
This stunning infinity scarf uses bold contrasting colors along with a contrasting pattern to create a fun and functional fall accessory.