Cowls

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


Cereus Cowl

Cereus, named after the cacti of the same name, has a wavy-like edging similar to the Cereus cacti. After a harsh and cold winter, everyone is pining for some warmth and greenery. This cowl can be draped almost like a caplet or bunched up around the neck.

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Catalina Cowl

The cowl features all the fun and exciting spring colors, but it’s knit to keep you warm! The mix of tassels and brioche stitches gives a fun, textural experience.

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Abigail Cowl

The Abigail Cowl is a quick-to-stitch project that makes a lovely gift for the girl who isn’t afraid to be bold! Easy stitch combinations create a beautiful lace texture and solid garter stitch edging frames it in nicely. Add an optional drawstring to cinch it up and keep out the cold. Fun faux fur pom poms add additional texture and finish it off fabulously!

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All I Want Is Hue Cowl

Brighten up a dreary winter day with a versatile and reversible cowl in vibrant hues. The larger size of this design can be doubled over to wrap twice around the neck. As written, the finished height for both sizes results in a cowl that can double as a snood. This is the perfect cowl for the girl who loves options.

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Willow River Cowl

With an intriguing braid-like design reminiscent of willow branches, this cowl is light and cozy. Paired with a jeans jacket, this cowl will keep out the chill on a late evening walk along the river.

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Mulberry Wine Cowl

Knit in no time at all, this beautiful cowl is perfect for that time of year when leaves start falling and the wind turns colder.  Show off your favorite multi-colored yarn using the gorgeous texture featured in this pattern.

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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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