Cowls are great for winter seasons when you need to keep yourself very warm. Worn around the neck, they can be a substitute to the usual long scarves. What’s more, you can even have one that is hooded to cover not just your neck, but also your head. Crochet cowl patterns come in many different colors and types of yarn. The pattern you choose will depend on your taste as well as your needs. A few of the amazing patterns of crochet cowls are shared in this article.
Butterfly Stitch Pattern
The butterfly stitch crochets cowl pattern mostly a laced type pattern because of the openings left. Depending on the type of butterfly stitch pattern you choose for your cowl, the stitching used will differ, but basically you will not miss the butterfly stitch and the chain stitch. The size of the butterfly will also vary depending on what you need. This cow is ideal for warmer days, when you need to wear the cowl more for ornamental purposes than for warmth.
Ribbed Stitch Crochet Cowl Pattern
The ribbed stitch can be used both with knitting needles and with crochets. You can make a very beautiful cowl if you use yarn of different colors, or a multicolored yarn. You can choose to use the double crochet stitch or the half double crochet stitch to achieve the ribbed look. This one need a bit of training of you are a beginner, but fortunately tutorials are available online.