Feminine Cowls Free Crochet Pattern

Feminine Cowls – Free Crochet Patterns

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So feminine and practical, cowls with free crochet patterns are such a great idea if you want to spice up your wardrobe for winter and fall. What other accessory gives you that much protection from the cold and the wind? It’s like a scarf, a hat and a hood combined! Whoever invented cowls must have been a genius, without a doubt! And you’re a genius as well, because you can make both designs from our selection of Feminine Cowls, even if you’re still new to our crochet world. 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 Winter Sets and Family Time Hats.

Turnabout Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

This fabulous combination of bright pink, violet, and basic dark grey is the essence of modern femininity. The big holes make this piece super lightweight, but the chunky texture will certainly keep you from the cold. Carissa Browning nailed it!

Level: beginner AuthorCarissa Browning

Violet Crochet Cowl

The original pattern is on ravelry.com. Info about this version and the photos are on ravelry.com.

Iris Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

Iris Cowl shows us the subtle, pastel version of the perfect girly accessory for cold days. Classic grey and light melon shade blend into each other here creating a heaven-sent combination. The cowl is lightweight, cozy, and warm, so what else could you possibly dream of?

Level: upper beginner Author: Left in Knots

Crochet Cowl

The original pattern and the photos are on leftinknots.com.

Across The Universe Cowl Free Crochet Pattern

This dreamy cowl will surely be adored across the universe! Jennifer Dickerson from Fiber Flux is back with another crochet pattern that makes our hearts beat faster. How beautiful is this rainbow-inspired color palette? So cute!

Level: upper beginner Author: Fiber Flux / Jennifer Dickerson

Rainbow Crochet Cowl

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

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