Snuggly Crochet Cowls – Free Patterns

Does anybody need free crochet patterns for cowls? We don’t know about you but we certainly love all sorts of scarves and cowls. We consider them to be like pieces of jewelry, therefore we usually choose bright designs. They not only adorn our looks but also keep us cozy and warm. Let us show you some Snuggly Crochet Cowls that you will surely find very appealing. They are stylish and elegant! Moreover, they will keep you warm. You don’t have to know intricate stitches because these cowls are pretty basic. Just choose your favorite colors and soft and squishy yarn to crochet them. They will make a wonderful addition to your winter wardrobe and can even be a great gift for someone special. Check out these free 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 Superb Cowls for Fall and Unique Crochet Cowls.

Twisted Chains Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

If you like your cowls to drape nicely, you must surely try making the cowl by Esther Thompson. Use soft and squishy yarn in your favorite colors and this wide cowl will wrap around your shoulders as well. Keeping you extra warm!

Level: upper beginner Author: Esther Thompson

The original pattern and the photos are on caabcrochet.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Twisted Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

Infinity scarves are definitely my favorite. You can wrap them around your neck a couple of times and they will snuggle you and keep you warm. This one is very easy to make, with only simple stitches and fun edging. The self-striping yarn does the colorwork for you so you should definitely give it a go.

Level: beginner Author: Rich Textures Crochet


The original pattern and the photos are on richtexturescrochet.com. More info on ravelry.com.

Claire’s Cowl Outlander Free Crochet Pattern

Who doesn’t love big chunky cowls? We all do this time of the year! This one designed by awesome Louise Bollanos is minimalist, warm, practical, and chic. We could rave about it for hours. It would be much better if you tried the pattern yourself tho!

Level: beginner Author: Louise Bollanos


The original pattern and the photos are on handylittleme.com. More info on ravelry.com.

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