#11 Long John Cowl
The Long John Cowl is all about comfortably, keeping warm and layering for the cold. The weave of the Long John Cowl is accomplished by working two rows of knitting, and two rows with slipped stitches.
#12 Bulky Lace Cowl
This Bulky Lace Knit Cowl is a one skein knitting project and works up fast… just a few hours and done! The easy lace knit pattern is perfect for a first-time lace knitter. It has a repetitive and easy to memorize stitch pattern.
#13 Dragon Fire Cowl
If you’re in love with bulky yarn and exploring its abilities to turn into nice cowls, this is the perfect knitting pattern!
#14 Willowwork Cowl
Knit cowls are the perfect addition to any winter ensemble. Worked in the round from the bottom up, this striking cowl combines thoughtful ribbing, twisted stitches, and stranded colorwork.
#15 Denver Cozy Knit Cowl
This knit cowl is not only perfect for every day but as a snowboarding gal who wants style and flare – it is also fab for underneath a jacket without extra bulging or bunching up. The shaped feature creates a subtle flowery effect and the stitch technique gives an added accent.
#16 The Huggle
This hooded cowl free knitting pattern is a true showstopper! Even in all of it’s oversized glory, this statement piece is very simple to create which makes it a great introduction to knitting in the round.
#17 Lola Cowl
This chunky knit pattern shows off the intricate beauty of the Bamboo Stitch. The stretchy nature of the stitch allows you to wear it high or pulled down low.
#18 Knit Cowl
Whether you are a fast knitter looking for a gift idea, or you are looking for a fun gift for yourself, check out this handy dandy knit cowl! This pattern is great for beginners and a fun project for those with more experience.
#19 Lace Knit Cowl
This knit stitch pattern swings back and forth around the wearer’s neck reminding us of the West Coast Swing dance style, and its dance step called the Basket Whip. This cowl is knitted in the round. The combination of thin yarn and large needles make this cowl lacy and warm. Loose cast on and bind off edges are necessary so that the edges will make attractive points when blocked.
With all the cowl knitting patterns above, you’ll be ready for the winter as well as warm and cozy without a doubt! If you’re a scarf-lover, then you’ll definitely love creating a selection of cowls to choose from, too. Even if you’re looking for something simple, easy and fun to make for gifting, these cowl knitting patterns are perfect to do just that. Whatever you choose, happy knitting!