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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Breezy Brioche Cowl

Learn to knit two-color brioche with this squishy, cozy, reversible cowl! This cowl is perfect for learning the basics of working brioche stitch in the round. Made in colors that envoke a wintery chill, this cowl is sure to keep you super warm.

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Loren Lace Cowl + Swatch

Loren is a light and lacy long loop cowl that can be worn long or wrapped twice around the neck for warmth when needed. The pattern features a long tail cast on, and then two main lace stitch patterns that are separated by thick panels of stockinette stitch. The stitch pattern features yarn overs, knit stitches, knit two together decreases, and passed over stitches. The lace section of the pattern is just a four row repeat.

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Can’t Wait Teal Christmas Chunky Cable Cowl

Based off the classic Cozy Chunky Cable Cowl from 2014, this updated version features stunning cables and a longer length, making it the ideal infinity scarf for the season. The beauty of the different sized cables can be seen more clearly with a thick yarn, plus the added weight makes it extra warm. This cowl can be worn long or wrapped for even more coziness.

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Midwest Magnificence Colorwork Cowl

This cowl, perfect for the cold Midwestern weather, is covered with fun, colorful non-traditional fair isle designs, such as checkerboards, diamonds and chevron stripes. Based off of the classic Southwestern Splendor Colorwork Cowl, this project is worked in the round with deep, ribbed borders in a 2×2 rib. It can easily be made longer by casting on more stitches and the changing patterns and colors give the knitter enough of a challenge to keep it interesting.

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