I’m loving these free crochet designs that has been rounded up for you. So far, we’ve seen round up ranging from ponchos to wraps. Now, I bring you the scarves and cowls edition of the Fall Crochet Fashion Trends of 2015 month. Cowls are by far my favorite Fall Crochet Fashion. I love how you can double wrap the cowl around your neck for maximum comfort. However, don’t let the scarf fall too far behind. It’s versatile in that you can wrap it several times around your neck for warmth, or you can just let it hang if you get a little too warm but still need it handy just in case. Here are 14 free scarves and cowls patterns.
The Margaret Button Cowl is a beautiful cool weather cowl that is fun to crochet, fully adjustable, and has an interesting yet easy stitch sequence resembling floating squares.
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. The different ways to wear this scarf are endless.
I made this infinity scarf wanting something warm but didn’t necessarily look crocheted. It has an interesting stitch that makes it unique, but it goes with many outfits to keep you both warm and stylish!
The Lemon Balm Button Cowl is a pretty and easy to crochet neck wrap. Its simple construction of double crochet stitches is finished off with a scalloped edge. A special single button is all you need to keep it together.
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.
The Chevron Lace Infinity Scarf is the latest addition to my Chevron Lace series of patterns – which includes the Chevron Lace Wrap, and Chevron Lace Fingerless Mitts! The mitts are made with a great DK weight yarn – but there was lots left over. Enough to make the Chevron Lace Infinity Scarf! Updated 11/17 with a crochet symbol chart!
This cowl works up very quickly with an S hook and super bulky yarn! Super stretchy and comfy accessory : )
Memories of ocean waves can be enjoyed whatever the season with this scarf crocheted in beautifully shaded yarn. It proves that lace patterns can be outstanding in a medium-weight yarn and can be finished in a reasonable amount of time (unlike lace-weight yarns).
Classic scarf and simply made even for a beginner.
Cowls are trending right now, and so is anything “chunky”. This simple chunky cowl is easy to make and fun to wear.
When I designed this scarf, I wanted to create something minimalistic and elegant, and let the stitches speak for themselves. This is a lovely piece for both fall and winter and is crocheted with a simple but beautiful stitch sequence. This is an a ideal gift pattern because the recipient can choose just how they want to wear it!
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.
I hope you enjoyed this fun fall Round Up… click HERE for more fall patterns