The color palette of summer fades into pre-fall hues with this earthy cowl. Light enough to wear on summer nights and warm enough for the first crisp days of autumn, this chevron cowl is an instant classic.View Project
Crochet cowl patterns are perfect for any time of year. Explore lightweight and bulky patterns in this selection of projects and see how easy it is to accessorize your look and stay warm no matter the season!
Crochet cowls are such a versatile accessory, and they’re so easy to make in a variety of styles. Try making lacier cowls to accessorize your summertime look, and then switch things up with a super bulky cowl to layer underneat your parka for effortless winter style that keeps the cold out.
These crochet patterns are easy to make for any skill level – use simple, beginner stitches if you’re just started out, or work some cables and advanced stitches in if you’re a seasoned pro. No matter the style, crochet cowls are always a hit – and they make for the best holiday gifts, too!
Winter can be harsh and accessories can be fun. This simple to scale cowl will help keep you and your four-legged friend coordinated through the worst of the winter. Skip skimpy cowls that don’t stay by your neck and treat yourself to a cowl that will actually protect you. Plust, the matching dog cowl won’t get wrapped up in your dog’s leash and you two will look stylish and cozy all winter long.View Project
Winter can be harsh and accessories can be fun. This simple to scale cowl will help keep your dog warm when the wind starts to howl. Crocheted using a hdc through the back of the loop the piece has a soft hand easy to slip over your dog’s head.
To maximize the fit, measure the circumference of the neck and widest part of the head to make sure at gauge you can slip the cowl over his/her head without a fussView Project
The Mollie Cowl uses the crossed half double crochet stitch to achieve this cozy diagonal look. Designed with beginners in mind, this is a quick project that’s great to have on hand and to use up yarn as well.View Project
Mallory utilizes a stitch pattern that is a combination of half double, double, and treble crochets between the posts. A row of foundation half double crochet begins the cowl and a row of extended half double crochet ends it, with luxuriously drapey rows of open semi-filet crochet in between. This plush, lightweight cowl hangs around the neck in two loops and works up quickly without being bulky.View Project
Double crochet and treble stitches form the pattern of this versatile accessory, which can be worn as a cosy hood or a cowl.View Project
This bold rendition of the Sweet Gum Cowl makes an excellent gift for the holidays for those who love a pop of vibrant color. Designed with rows of herringbone half double crochets that are worked in back loops on one row, then turned and worked in front loops of the following row, this cozy cowl can be adjusted to fit tightly or loosely around your neck with just a few adjustments.View Project
If you loved the Pomegranate Cider Cowl, you’ll love this revamped version. Featuring a fresh color and a trendy fridge, the cozy texture of this cowl comes from its three thick braids in a buttery soft yarn. Boho style fringe along the bottom edge paired with rustic buttons completes the look.View Project
A beautiful way to acknowledge the changing season, the Harvest Splendor Cowl blends fall colors and wheatsheaf arches to create a lovely autumn neckwarmer. It’s perfect to wear on hayrides, trips to the pumpkin patch or visits to the cider mill.View Project
Dress up your summer outfit with this fun cowl. The Adventure Cowl is worked in a light weight yarn in bright colors perfect for your bright adventure.View Project