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40+ Free Cowl & Neck Warmer Patterns: {Knitting}

Posted By Tipnut On March 8, 2011 @ 12:07 am In Knitting | 2 Comments

This collection has outgrown its original spot on the scarves list [1] so I’ve made a new home here. Lots of lovelies in this batch, some quick & easy to whip up, some thick ‘n chunky while others are more elegant or lacy. I’ll be adding to this page over time so you may want to bookmark this page for reference ;). Enjoy!

caron.com

caron.com

Slip ‘n Twist [2]: Skill level marked as easy. Finished size measures approximately 32″ wide x 16″ long.

Lightweight & Delicate [3]: Stretchy, cozy and generously sized. This is very versatile and can be worn a few different ways.

mylittlecitygirl.com

mylittlecitygirl.com

closeknitportland.blogspot.ca

closeknitportland.blogspot.ca

Seed Stitch [4]: Made with circulars, is 10″ high by about 32″ around.

Cotton Seeds [5]: Wonderfully versatile, it can be worn loose, wrapped around once, or twice – depending on your mood, or the weather.

twoandsix.typepad.com

twoandsix.typepad.com

tentenknits.com

tentenknits.com

Snow [6]: Made on circulars. Worked until it’s 17″ or until desired length.

Fresco Basket Whip [7]: This is done in the round. The combination of thin yarn and large needles make this lacy and toasty.

classiceliteyarns.com

classiceliteyarns.com

tricksyknitter.com

tricksyknitter.com

Botanical [8]: This uses an airy double-eyelet design that gives it plenty of drape and visual depth.

Eve [9]: Will be approximately 9″ x 28″. Uses just two balls of Classic Elite La Gran Mohair.

jumpercablesknitting.com

jumpercablesknitting.com

loopknits.com

loopknits.com

Climb & Swirl [10]: One size, approx 13.5 inches tall, and 20 inches in circumference. Made with circulars. For this project, it’s better not to mark the beg of the round. Just repeat the stitch until you’re ready to bind off.

Scarflette [11]: Made with a simple 8 stitch left cable. Also shows how to use a DPN as a cable needle.

aromysoriginals.blogspot.ca

aromysoriginals.blogspot.ca

ooeygooeyknits.blogspot.ca

ooeygooeyknits.blogspot.ca

Textured Path [12]: This is a quick simple project.

Quickie [13]: Can be worn as a scarf or a headband. The modified lace rib looks a little fancy but is easy and quick to make.

fpea.blogspot.ca

fpea.blogspot.ca

afewstitchesshort.blogspot.ca

afewstitchesshort.blogspot.ca

Stonehenge [14]: Unisex. Measures 6″ tall by 20″ around.

Gap-Style [15]: Made with four strands held together of any bulky weight yarn.

norththirty-fourth.blogspot.ca

norththirty-fourth.blogspot.ca

thisboyknits.blogspot.ca

thisboyknits.blogspot.ca

Men’s [16]: Gorgeous design for men but suitable for anyone to wear it. Made with fingering weight yarn (doubled) on dpns or circulars.

Spin-a-round [17]: Worked with so many stitches that it becomes a long scarf with no ends. The design is of Italian origin.

pickles.no

pickles.no

loopknits.com

loopknits.com

Pebble [18]: Approx. 5.5″ by 33″ inches. There is no button hole; you can push the button through the fabric.

All The Way Around [19]: Garter is easy, and you will finish this in a night. If you want to you can make it totally seamless by using provisional cast on and kitchener stitch for finishing.

pickles.no

pickles.no

loopknitlounge.com

loopknitlounge.com

Grey Owl [20]: There are no buttonholes, but the five horn toggles make it possible to button it any way you want; up the front, round the side, or over the shoulder.

Simple & Easy [21]: Made with DK weight wool and size 6 needles and made to overlap comfortably around your neck, button closure.

presentsknits.blogspot.ca

presentsknits.blogspot.ca

redthreadsblog.blogspot.ca

redthreadsblog.blogspot.ca

Swirl [22]: This is done in a traditional Brioche stitch with decorative crochet button holes.

Big Herringbone [23]: 14 inches wide and 58 inches around. To ensure that your first round isn’t too difficult, cast on fairly loosely.

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

woolandspice.com

woolandspice.com

Blue [24]: Made with a double seed stitch and held in place with big buttons.

Snuggly [25]: Lots of ways to wear this snuggly charmer.

ttwcreative.blogspot.ca

ttwcreative.blogspot.ca

lollygirl.com

lollygirl.com

Sherbrooke [26]: Combines a simple twin rib with a special yarn to create a classic cool weather accessory.

Morningside [27]: Instructions via pdf download.

classiceliteyarns.com

classiceliteyarns.com

loopknits.com

loopknits.com

Herringbone [28]: Made with worsted weight yarn on size 11 needles.

Spiral [29]: A very elegant and simple design. Via pdf download.

knittygrittythoughts.typepad.com

knittygrittythoughts.typepad.com

thegartergirl.com

thegartergirl.com

Burberry Inspired [30]: Lovely design, pdf download.

Bobble Blackberry [31]: 11″ tall by 30″ circumference. The is worked in the round with wrong side facing.

caron.com

caron.com

ohbabyo.wordpress.com

ohbabyo.wordpress.com

Simple Seed Stitch [32]: Simple design that’s suitable for both men and women. Uses worsted weight wool and size 10 (US) needles.

Ciara’s [33]: Made with circulars or Magic Loop, this looks like it was crocheted but it’s knit. Gauge is 24 st x 28 rows over 10 cm (after blocking).

knitabulous.blogspot.ca

knitabulous.blogspot.ca

purlbee.com

purlbee.com

Striped Cotton [34]: Made on either #10 US circular or straight needles, finished size measures 60 inches around and 8 1/2 inches wide.

Double Loop [35]: Two pieces in one, a scarf or a toasty neckwarmer.

papernstitchblog.com

papernstitchblog.com

purllin.blogspot.ca

purllin.blogspot.ca

Cuddle Me [36]: Worked in a seed stitch, no button holes required since the buttons fit easily between the stitches.

Basic [37]: Worked on straight needles and super bulky weight yarn. Finished size measures approximately 7″ x 18″.

jimmybeanswool.com

jimmybeanswool.com

kelbournewoolens.com

kelbournewoolens.com

Avery [38]: Soft and textured in a classic lace design (worked on circulars).

Easy & Bulky [39]: Easy rib that works up quickly, suitable for beginners (worked on circulars).

rubyknitsit.blogspot.ca

rubyknitsit.blogspot.ca

jumpercablesknitting.com

jumpercablesknitting.com

Minnie Scarf [40]: A narrow scarf that works nicely as a stylish warmer, is 11″ x 65″ unblocked (13″ x 75″ blocked).

Brioche [41]: Made with any worsted weight yarn, three buttons and circulars.

margauxelena.typepad.com

margauxelena.typepad.com

knitty.com

knitty.com

Eleanor [42]: A funnel shape allows it to follow the contours of the body; the wider bottom allows it to spread out over the base of the neck.

Cabled [43]: The braided sections are knit separately and then braided, the bottom slip stitch rib panel is seamed onto the lower edge of the braid.

andra-asars.com

andra-asars.com

shibuiknits.com

shibuiknits.com

Array [44]: (via pdf download) 12″ tall and 58″ circumference, worked in two colors on circular needles.

Honey [45]: A simple slip stitch design that creates a dense waffle-like fabric for warmth and supple drape.

madelinetosh.com

madelinetosh.com

blueskyalpacas.com

blueskyalpacas.com

Capelet [46]: Here’s a versatile design that can be worn around the shoulders are wrapped as a cowl.

Button Stripe [47]: Done in two colors and buttons closed on the ends (3).

crafthousemagic.blogspot.ca

crafthousemagic.blogspot.ca

nikkidwright.wordpress.com

nikkidwright.wordpress.com

Sock [48]: Made with medium to heavy weight yarn and size nine circular needles.

Mittens Set [49]: The set is worked in two colors, alternating the colors used for the main & trim between the two.

stitchmesoftly.blogspot.ca

stitchmesoftly.blogspot.ca

fiberflux.blogspot.ca

fiberflux.blogspot.ca

Bubblegum [50]: Features alternating bands of stockinette and seed stitch.

Shawl Collar [51]: Could this be more gorgeous? Worked on circulars in two complimentary yarn colors.

purlbee.com

purlbee.com


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[1] scarves list: http://tipnut.com/scarf-patterns/

[2] Slip ‘n Twist: http://www.caron.com/projects/ss_paints/ssp_slip_twist_cowl.html

[3] Lightweight & Delicate: http://mylittlecitygirl.com/2011/12/meringue-hand-knit-cowl-free-pattern-for-kids-and-adult/

[4] Seed Stitch: http://closeknitportland.blogspot.com/2010/10/brown-sheep-yarns-and-free-cowl-pattern.html

[5] Cotton Seeds: http://twoandsix.typepad.com/twoandsix/2009/10/cotton-seeds.html

[6] Snow: http://www.tentenknits.com/tentenknits/2010/10/snow-cowl.html

[7] Fresco Basket Whip: http://www.classiceliteyarns.com/WebLetter/115/Issue115.php

[8] Botanical: http://www.tricksyknitter.com/store/botanical-cowl-20.php

[9] Eve: http://jumpercablesknitting.com/2010/12/31/eve-cowl/

[10] Climb & Swirl: http://www.loopknits.com/2010/10/28/hannah-yarn-and-the-climb-and-swirl-cowl/

[11] Scarflette: http://aromysoriginals.blogspot.com/2010/10/cabled-scarflette.html

[12] Textured Path: http://ooeygooeyknits.blogspot.com/2010/10/cowl-craze.html

[13] Quickie: http://fpea.blogspot.com/2006/12/free-pattern-friday-quickie-cowl.html

[14] Stonehenge: http://afewstitchesshort.blogspot.com/2009/11/two-fer.html

[15] Gap-Style: http://norththirty-fourth.blogspot.com/2010/11/gap-cowl-scarf-pattern.html

[16] Men’s: http://thisboyknits.blogspot.com/2008/07/man-or-anyone-cowl.html

[17] Spin-a-round: http://www.pickles.no/spin-a-round-neckwarmer/

[18] Pebble: http://www.loopknits.com/2009/11/10/pebble-neck-warmer/

[19] All The Way Around: http://www.pickles.no/all-the-way-around-cowl/

[20] Grey Owl: http://www.loopknitlounge.com/2010/10/burly-spun-grey-owl-cowl/

[21] Simple & Easy: http://presentsknits.blogspot.com/2008/01/super-easy-super-pretty-neckwarmer.html

[22] Swirl: http://redthreadsblog.blogspot.com/2008/02/swirl-neckwarmer.html

[23] Big Herringbone: http://www.purlbee.com/big-herringbone-cowl/

[24] Blue: http://www.woolandspice.com/2008/12/08/blue-over-u-neckwarmer-pattern/

[25] Snuggly: http://ttwcreative.blogspot.com/2009/02/new-free-cowl-pattern.html

[26] Sherbrooke: http://lollygirl.com/blog/2008/06/19/cowls-in-canada

[27] Morningside: http://www.classiceliteyarns.com/WebLetter/59/Issue59.php

[28] Herringbone: http://www.loopknits.com/2007/12/11/herringbone-neck-warmer/

[29] Spiral: http://knittygrittythoughts.typepad.com/knitty_gritty_thoughts/2008/11/free-pattern-spiral-cowl.html

[30] Burberry Inspired: http://www.thegartergirl.com/2009/12/04/free-knitting-pattern-burberry-inspired-cowl-neck-scarf/

[31] Bobble Blackberry: http://www.caron.com/projects/ss/ss14_blackberry_cowl.html

[32] Simple Seed Stitch: http://ohbabyo.wordpress.com/2011/01/05/simple-seed-stitch-neck-warmer/

[33] Ciara’s: http://knitabulous.blogspot.com/2008/11/dont-have-cowl-man.html

[34] Striped Cotton: http://www.purlbee.com/striped-cotton-cowl/

[35] Double Loop: http://papernstitchblog.com/2010/10/28/download-this-free-scarf-pattern/

[36] Cuddle Me: http://purllin.blogspot.com/2010/12/cuddle-me-neck-warmer.html

[37] Basic: http://www.jimmybeanswool.com/freeKnittingPatternBasicNeckie.asp

[38] Avery: http://www.kelbournewoolens.com/avery.html

[39] Easy & Bulky: http://rubyknitsit.blogspot.com/2011/06/i-decided-i-dont-like-crocheting.html

[40] Minnie Scarf: http://jumpercablesknitting.com/2010/12/06/minnie-scarf-2/

[41] Brioche: http://margauxelena.typepad.com/tentenknits/2008/10/now-if-only-the-weather-would-cooporate-so-i-can-wear-it--brioche-neck-warmeryarn-zitron-nimbus-2-ballsnotions-3-buttons.html

[42] Eleanor: http://knitty.com/ISSUEdf10/PATTeleanor.php

[43] Cabled: http://andra-asars.com/free_patterns/cabled_cowl_pat.htm

[44] Array: http://www.shibuiknits.com/Patterns/Detail.php?Category=Accessories&Pattern=Array

[45] Honey: http://madelinetosh.com/store/index.php/patterns/honey-cowl.html

[46] Capelet: http://blueskyalpacas.com/patterns/shadow-capelet-free-pattern/

[47] Button Stripe: http://crafthousemagic.blogspot.ca/2012/08/simple-button-stripe-cowl.html

[48] Sock: http://nikkidwright.wordpress.com/2008/11/02/instructions-for-a-neck-sock/

[49] Mittens Set: http://stitchmesoftly.blogspot.ca/2011/10/misty-monday-morning-kit-mittens-cowl.html

[50] Bubblegum: http://fiberflux.blogspot.ca/2012/03/free-knitting-patternbubblegum-cowl.html

[51] Shawl Collar: http://www.purlbee.com/shawl-collar-cowl/

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