Cowls

Knitting cowl patterns are perfect for any time of year. Explore lightweight and bulky patterns in this selection of projects.


Lemonade Cowl

The Lemonade Cowl combines simple knits and yarn-overs with basic decreases in a simple lace repeat. Perfect for quick, easy vacation knitting as well as a good introduction to lace. The cowl is long for a draped-scarf feel.

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Bonfire Cowl

An allover, easy-to-memorize pattern is used in the Bonfire Cowl. Featuring crochet shells on the edge, this longer cowl gives the wearer a number of draping options — which makes it perfect for cozying up next to a bonfire at the beach.

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Cat’s the Ticket Cowl

Cat lovers rejoice: this is the cowl for you! Paws and cats are included in this fair isle cowl in rows for a subtle and chic design. Knit this cowl in your favorite colors and customize to match your favorite feline!

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Champagne Diamonds Cowl

This cozy cowl features a stylish and modern art deco-nestled diamond pattern. Ideal for all knitting levels, this piece is a fun introduction to cables, but it’s engaging stitch pattern still offers enough interest for the experienced knitter in search of a quick project. The rhythm of the cable is addictive and intuitive, making this pattern an enjoyable knit!

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Haute Hooded Cowl

This softly draped cowl-hood features a mosaic colorwork central motif. This hooded cowl can be worn as a hood under a jacket to keep out the chill and then lowered to become a cowl once you’ve entered into the safety of the indoors.

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Right Direction Cowl

This squishy, colorful cowl gives the wearer a sense of being wrapped in cozy luxury. Quick and easy, it is worked in the round with a simple Fair Isle arrow pattern. This is a great pattern to use up your leftover yarn since only 50 grams are needed for the contrasting colors.

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Follow Your Arrow Cowl

A gorgeous cowl knit entirely in garter stitch features a large arrow motif. Perfect for knitters who do not want to do intarsia or stranded colorwork, this worsted weight cowl is worked from a combination of increases, decreases and striping.

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Lakeside Cowl

Fall accessories should look dynamic, exude warmth and display knitting savvy. Check, check and check for this plaid cowl. Work this up by knitting the garter stitch in the round and you will have just the thing to spice up your simple sweaters.

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