Two cowls knitting patterns showcased on a mannequin.

Romantic Girl’s Cowls – Free Knitting Patterns

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Welcome, yarn lovers! Get ready for an adventure because we’re exploring the world of knitting patterns for Romantic Girl’s Cowls today. Stunning textures and wonderful colors will be everywhere, without a doubt. If you want a similar beautiful cowl all to yourself, all you need to do is get inspired by one of the exemplary patterns we’ve found. So convenient, isn’t it? Girl, yes!  They are lightweight, brilliantly designed, and have charming color palettes. To sum it up, they tick all the boxes! What else can you dream of? Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on our Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Enchanting Shawls and Fall Cowls.

Eagle Harbor Cowl free knitting pattern

A fluffy and warm knitted cowl is a staple in my closet, so add it to yours ASAP! Just two skeins of Dimond Laine Big Birdie yarn was enough for the designer to create this beautiful piece. You can buy dedicated yarn kits on the manufacturer’s website, or come up with your own color combo.

Level: upper beginner Author: The Lamb & Kid Designs

Three different pictures of a woman wearing a purple, orange, and green scarf.

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Plume Cowl Free Knitting Pattern

This simple knitted cowl will look amazing in so many color palettes! Are you a fan of mysterious violets, sweet pinks, or sunny yellows? Actually, you don’t need to decide! We bet you won’t stop after making just one version. Rachel Brockman evidently likes minimalism in handmade fashion. Guess what? So do we!

Level: beginner Author: Rachel Brockman

Knitted Cowl

The original pattern and the photos are on Universal Yarn. More info on Ravelry.

Apis Florea Knitting Pattern

This knitting pattern for a lacy cowl was inspired by one very fascinating species of bees. Before you get to work, go online to read a bit about Apis Florea. You will certainly feel even more inspired! We admire the designer behind Skeinwalker Knits for her creativity and impressive lacework artistry. Don’t you? Will you stick with this unusual shade?

Level: intermediate Author: Skeinwalker Knits

Knitted Shawl

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry. This pattern is no longer free.

Fairy Lights Cowl Free Knitting Pattern

This cowl really looks magical! We believe that this knitting pattern by Holly Beemer comes straight out of fairytale land. If you are a fan of modern, original designs, this one-of-a-kind accessory is a must-have for you, undoubtedly.

Level: upper beginner Author: Holly Beemer

Knitted Cowl

The original pattern and the photos are on At Yarn’s Lenght. More info on Ravelry.

Fairy Rings Free Knitting Pattern

This is a pattern from a magical fairyland! Can you feel its charm? Without a doubt! We are enchanted! If you like feminine pastels and delicate textures, you should certainly try recreating this wonder by Tina Johnston and Laura Tripp.

Level: upper beginner Author: Tina Johnston and Laura Tripp

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.

Daydreamer Cowl Free Knitting Pattern

Any daydreamers among our lovely followers? We bet! If you like pink, tassels, and fabulous accessories, you are certainly in for a treat today. Amanda Kaffka really made our day! Will you keep this one or gift it to someone close? Oh, we adore knitting patterns for cowls!

Level: upper beginner Author: Amanda Kaffka

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.

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