This beautiful striped cowl pattern is perfect for the fall, even the colors are a fabulous match for the falling leaves.
Infinity Scarves and Crochet Cowl Patterns
Make these infinity scarves and crochet cowl patterns to wear underneath your winter jackets. Crochet cowls also look great without a jacket and are perfect for cooler days in the fall and spring weather conditions.
One thing about crochet cowls is that you never have to worry about them falling off. Plus, you can wear them long like a regular scarf, or wrap them around several times for a cozy neck scarf.
This beautiful crochet cowl pattern is perfect for the cooler weather. It’s the perfect size for underneath a jacket without adding too much bulk.
This tapestry crochet cowl pattern features a pretty design that works well with two colors of yarn.
This crochet cowl pattern not only features a pretty stitch pattern, but the color design along with the stitch is a beautiful combination.
This beautiful fringed scarf is worked up in an open stitch pattern, making it great for throughout the seasons.
This cotton cowl is perfect for the spring and perhaps even summer months depending on your summer temperatures.
This is the perfect cowl for the upcoming spring weather!
This beautifully textured cowl pattern is available in three sizes from toddler to adult.
The cozy rib ski cowl by HanJan Crochet is perfect for every skiier in your family as you can customize the colors for both genders.
This scarf pattern is not only mindless to work on, but it also features a beautifully textured lace to compliment your winter outfit.
The cowl is not too big and bulky, thus, making it great for wearing underneath your winter jacket. Or, wear it in the spring and fall weather instead of a jacket.
Whether you need a cozy neck cowl or a full-sized hooded cowl, this pattern is for you! It’s a simple pattern repeat throughout making it also super easy to work this up in any striped design that you like.
As shown, this cowl is the perfect size for a cozy neck cowl underneath a jacket. But you can easily increase the size if needed as per instructions within the pattern notes.
Not only is this cowl pattern beginner-friendly, but it also available in three sizes from toddler to adult.
This stashbuster cowl features a wavy stitch pattern for a beautiful design. The circumference is small so that you can wear underneath your jacket to help protect your chin and face from the wind and cold weather.
You only need one skein of yarn to make this beautiful and easy spike stitch cowl. It is sure to become a favorite go-to pattern for gifting and stash-busting.
The cowl is worked up using only one skein of yarn. It is a small cowl, but you can easily increase the size in the stitch multiple provided.
This easy cowl pattern is worked up in a pretty striped pattern. It’s shown here in fall colors, but choose any colors to make this your very own.
This cowl is perfect for days when you need a little something extra around your neck, but not something too bulky.
This cowl is long and narrow, making it easy for you to wear this in any way that you like.
Super chunky crochet cowl that is the ultimate stashbusting project.
The Retta Crochet Infinity Cowl is long and lacy. This easy crochet pattern can be fashioned into a summer scarf or cowl.
The Lia Cowl features an easy crochet lace pattern is a lightweight and beautiful.
The Trina Cowl by ChristaCoDesign is lightweight and lacy.
The PrimRose Infinity Scarf is made with 2 skeins of Hobby Lobby’s I love this yarn.
This simple, textured scarf works up quickly in a super bulky yarn.
The Sheila Cowl adds just enough sparkle and all the warmth for those wintry days.
The inspiration behind this pattern was Amy Johnson, a pioneering English aviatrix.
This textured bandana scarf is perfect to make as a birthday or Christmas present! And easy to make once you figure out the stitch pattern.
The Granite Cowl is warm, cozy and easy to style. Crocheted in two tone neutrals this classic piece is quick to pair with anything when braving the cold.
This cowl pattern is worked up in an open stitch which makes it ideal for any type of cooler weather from summer to winter.
By following the pattern closely you will be able to create a very professional looking cowl.
This luxuriously soft infinity scarf blends a variegated, chenille-like yarn with stitches at different heights to create texture and visual interest.
This is a simple beginner one hour cowl pattern with a twist!
As designed, this cowl is best worn with a tuck to make it lay flat in front so it fills in the neck of your coat and keeps you toasty warm.
The Cables and Twists Cowl is a great accessory. It is thick and warm with a beautiful textured pattern for visual interest.
Wear this cowl long like a scarf or wrap it around for a cozy neckwarmer.
This easy crochet pattern for a Linked for Life Hooded Cowl from Caitlin’s Contagious Creations is free!
This simple shell crochet neck warmer is a pretty and simple design and very easy to make!
A thick and cozy wool cowl that has just the right bulk and softness.