Cowls

Crochet cowl patterns are perfect for any time of year. Explore lightweight and bulky patterns in this selection of projects.


Sugar & Fig Cowl

The innovative stitches on this cowl make it a must-have project for your cool-weather wardrobe. Pair it with a solid sweater or jacket to really highlight the colors of this striking piece.

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Sweetgum Cowl

This mesmerizing design flawlessly unites herringbone half double crochets, tall stitches and picots. The high neckline and buttons add unique drama to the cowl’s fit, so it is an ideal accessory for a night out.

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Copper Blues Cowl

Half waffle stitch and half striped, this cowl is a great combination of what we love about fall. Textured crochet stitches worked up in this lovely blue makes for a unique end-of-summer pattern.

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3D Blossoms Cowl

Flowers in 3D work so well in this super squishy yarn! This statement piece can be worn many ways — closer to the neck for a marvelous bouquet to frame your face, or wrapped around one or both shoulders.

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Winter Sky Cowl

This beautifully textured cowl is generously sized to fit easily over your head. Pull the drawstring to keep the cowl snug against your neck and protect against the cold. You’ll love how it feels against your skin!

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Lace Gradient Cowl

Gradient yarns are great, but you can achieve a similar look using your own color combinations for a result that’s unique and stylish. This Lace Gradient Cowl is created your own gradient by combining shades of the same color family to make this fun lace cowl.

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Spring Potpourri Cowl

This springtime potpourri cowl uses a pretty cable-like stitch and is a great project for using scrap yarns. This cowl can easily be made longer as needed, whether you want it to hang loosely around the neck or want something to wrap double for more warmth.

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