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!

Katahdin Cowl

The Katahdin Cowl is the perfect accessory for all your outdoor winter activities. Named for Mt. Katahdin, the highest peak in the beautiful state of Maine, you’ll reach for this cowl again and again as you head outdoors in winter.

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Cady Cowl

Cady is the cowl you’re looking for when winter is upon us, cold and bleak and barren, when little grows and less blooms. Written for multiple gauges and sizes, you can use almost any yarn to keep any neck warm. The unique triangle shape paired with bulky yarn makes this an especially quick and cozy project — perfect if you’re in need of a last-minute gift.

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Felix Faux Fur-Lined Cowl

It’s always fun to be able to combine crafts like crochet and sewing, and this cowl features both! If you’re new to either craft, don’t worry; Felix is still the perfect project for you. As shown, the lining is a faux fur fabric which can be found on the bolt at a fabric store. You might also consider fleece or another soft fabric if fur isn’t your thing. Top things off with a handmade monogrammed tag, and you have a completely personalized gift for someone special.

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Convertible Countryside Cowl

Sport weight angora yarn gives this versatile cowl a light and cozy feel. Wear as a  cowl with your favorite light jacket or as a small poncho to cover your shoulders on a breezy day. Leaf-like stitches make this the perfect accessory for the first days of fall.

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