A crochet cowl, anyone? Woven designs such as Celtic knots or braids are so decorative. You can easily incorporate them into different projects. They are certainly not as difficult as you may think too! Take a look at these Entwined Crochet Cowls, and you will surely fall in love with them. These cowls are as attractive as pieces of jewelry and could easily replace a necklace. Try fingering yarn for a delicate accessory or use a chunky one to crochet a winter neck warmer instead. They will look absolutely stunning in a single color as well as in vivid tones, so choose your favorite combination! Check out these free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
Woven Cowl Free Crochet Pattern
Are you bored with traditional cowls and shawls? Does everything look similar to you? If so, then take a look at Woven Cowl. This interesting design combines crocheting and weaving to create stunning front detail with a small fringe. It looks intricate but in fact, is very easy to make, so don’t be intimidated and try it today!
Level: upper beginner Author: Lindsey Dale
Double Layered Braided Cowl Free Crochet Pattern
This simple cowl features a double layer of braids that create an interesting design. It certainly looks fabulous in colorful yarn but you may try it in a single color as well! Use chunky yarn for a winter version.
Level: beginner Author: CrochetDreamz
Tunisian Braided Cowl Free Crochet Pattern
Are you there, crochet beginners? We have found a special treat for you! This pattern by brilliant Alexandra Halsey is a great opportunity to practice the Tunisian crochet technique. We adore this subtle shade of pink too!
Level: beginner Author: Alexandra Halsey
Northern Braided Cowl Free Crochet Pattern
April from OTH Crochet Nook amazed us with this wonderful pattern for a chunky braided cowl. We mean, just look at these colors. Breathtaking, aren’t they? Get equipped with the right kind of yarn and start working on this gem right away.
Level: beginner Author: April from OTH Crochet Nook