The Ultimate Collection of Patterns for Feminine Crochet Cowls

Do you want to hear a simple truth? The easiest way to accessorize and keep yourself warm is to wear a crochet scarf. Because it`s still summer in most parts of the world, this collection is delicate and lightweight. Feminine Crochet Cowls are romantic, fresh, and decorative. These designs will embellish your outfits and be perfect for casual style as well as for the evening. You can definitely finish such an accessory in one afternoon therefore these are ideal for beginners. Moreover, these cowls don`t require lots of yarn and will be ideal stash-busting projects. They will be a thoughtful gift for your loved ones because they are modern and stylish so hook them up. Check out these patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!


If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Crochet Shawls for Beginners and Beautiful Shell Stitch Ideas.

Pam’s Ombre Cowled Neckwarmer Free Crochet Pattern

The cold months are close, it’s time to crochet a neckwarmer! Don’t panic though, there is still plenty of time, and the instructions by Pamela Mazzola are so awesome! The most difficult thing here will be deciding on the colors!

Level: upper beginner Author: Pamela Mazzola – Luna Lu Crochet

The original pattern and the photo are on Fiber Flux. More info on Ravelry

Minty Meadows Fringe Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

What a beautiful color! Minty green will make you look and feel fabulous no matter the season. The refreshing shade really brings this delicate stitch to life, undoubtedly. Jennifer Dickerson has created a complete work of art!

Level: upper beginner Author: Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson

The original pattern and the photo are on Fiber Flux. More info on Ravelry

Lacey Mandala Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

Are you looking for an elegant accessory for your fabulous autumn outfits? What a lovely coincidence! Laura Wilson has got you covered. Use your favorite colors and add cute details such as decorative buttons, appliques, or bows.

Level: beginner Author: Laura Wilson

The original pattern and the photo are on Traverse Bay Crochet

Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

This beginner-friendly pattern for a crochet scarf is so chic and modern. It`s versatile because you can wear it in many ways – for example as a wrap or a cowl! Are you in the mood to get creative? Tamara Kelly will guide you!

Level: beginner Author: Tamara Kelly

The original pattern and the photo are on Moogly Blog. More info on Ravelry.

Shin-yu Infinity Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

Classic designs can look very attractive and original if you use decorative stitches. What can be more decorative than this pattern by ChiChi Allen? Fans in different sizes look beautiful together in every color palette. Find your own ASAP!

Level: upper beginner/intermediate Author: ChiChi Allen

The original pattern and the photo are on Ravelry.

Yarn Patch Cowl Crochet Pattern

Oh, these colors are simply electric! We dig this cowl by The Firefly Hook so much. This paid pattern is unquestionably worth every penny because it`s fresh and colorful. Decorate it with a fringe to add a playful touch.

Level: beginner Author: The Firefly Hook

The original pattern and the photo are on Firefly Hook

Lavender Kisses Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

Who is in the mood for kisses? This lacy cowl looks so romantic, poetic, and feminine in lavender shades. It will spice up your favorite everyday sets as well as evening outfits. Remember to use the softest yarn possible! Oh, we love Tamara Kelly!

Level: upper beginner Author: Tamara Kelly

The original pattern and the photo are on Moogly Blog

Malia Infinity Scarf Free Crochet Pattern

Infinity scarves may feel bulky but having such a sunny cowl around your neck will make you feel fabulous. On top of that, it looks delicate and feminine. Add a fringe for a touch of boho and hit the streets in style. Rebecca Langford is a pro!

Level: upper beginner Author: Rebecca Langford

The original pattern and the photo are on Little Monkeys Crochet. More info on Ravelry

Oakley Cowl Crochet Pattern

This is another paid pattern but it`s really difficult to pass by without noticing it. Abby Dillion took care of that! This lightweight, minimalist shawl is evidently perfect for summer, but will also brighten up colder months worn as a cowl. It all depends on the yarn you use.

Level: beginner Author: Abby Dillion

The original pattern and the photo are on Ravelry.

Festival Bandanas Free Crochet Pattern

Wow, these bandanas are so cool! The brilliant designer behind The Firefly Hook must love the funky style and energizing bright colors. Every fashion lover who likes to stand out from the crowd needs a bandana or two. So chic!

Level: beginner Author: The Firefly Hook

The original pattern and the photo are on Firefly Hook. More info on Ravelry.

Keep Shining Crochet Pattern

This pattern by CJ Brady is shining bright like a diamond! Wear it this season and you will shine as well, trust us! Even beginners will have fun following the instructions here. Do you know what will be even more fun? Choosing colors!

Level: beginner Author: CJ Brady

The original pattern and the photo are on Ravelry

Yes You Can Free Crochet Pattern

Yes, you can crochet this shawl and make it look amazing! Do you love the pattern by CJ Brady as much as we do? We think that the lacy cowl with picot edging is delicate and chic. It will certainly add a feminine touch to your outfit whether you choose neutral or bright colors.

Level: beginner Author: CJ Brady

The original pattern and the photo are on Ravelry.

Tunisian Twinkle Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

Tunisian crochet is back! Actually, it has never left. If you haven’t tried this awesome technique before, the coming season is certainly an ideal opportunity. And who doesn’t need a cowl when cold days come? Lee O’Crochet will guide you!

Level: upper  beginner Author: Lee O’Crochet

The original pattern and the photo are on Ravelry

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