Knitted cowls are so popular, and for good reason: they’re functional and about the most fun patterns to knit. They are generally quick knits, and allow you to use that special yarn you may only have small amounts of.
In this free eBook, Knit Cowl Pattern Ideas: 5 Free Knitted Cowl Patterns for Women, you’ll learn how to knit a cowl and get five luscious designs to try! We’ve got your go-to basic pattern plus lace and cables, and both long and short cowl designs. Whatever style you are looking for we’ve got the free cowl knitting pattern for you in this download.
You’ll love working each of these patterns, whether you want to make them for gifts or keep them for yourself! If you’re looking for a free knit cowl pattern, look no further than this free download.
Find the perfect cowl for you with this collection of free cowl knitting patterns!
Cowls are some of our favorite accessories. You can make them bulky, lacy, or knit up a cabled cowl pattern! You’ll learn lots of knitting techniques as you learn how to knit a cowl, too, from reversible cables to shaping in garter stitch. With this collection of free designs, you’ll have the perfect variety of patterns to fulfill all your needs. Download all five designs, choose your yarn, and cast on today.
Rainbow Cowl by Lisa Shroyer
The Rainbow Cowl is a garter stitch cowl pattern that you are really going to enjoy knitting. It’s quick and easy, and you can use some beautiful self-striping yarn that will give you a lovely finished product. If you’re just learning how to knit a cowl scarf, this is the pattern for you.
Gobi Cowl by Marlaina Bird
The Gobi Cowl is a pretty cable and lace pattern. Choose a soft, luscious yarn to make this cowl knit pattern with, and you’ll have a cool-weather accessory that feels wonderful against your skin! Select a beautiful button for the perfect finish.
Winding River Cowl by Kathleen Cubley
The Winding River Cowl is a beautiful cabled cowl pattern. Its reversible cable pattern makes the design easy to wear because there’s no front or back side. The moebius design makes it extra fashionable.
Corseted Necklet by Sandi Wiseheart
The Corseted Necklet is another cabled cowl pattern, one that has an extra-special twist. Sandi Wiseheart added a beautiful ribbon lacing detail that you’ll love. And this free cowl knitting pattern only takes 170 yards of worsted-weight yarn!
Orange Crush by Kathleen Cubley
The Orange Crush is super-easy knitted cowl pattern. Just cast on and knit in the round for 15 inches, and bind off. The secret is in the yarn you choose. Knit this up in a pure cashmere lace yarn, and it’ll be so soft you’ll never want to take it off.
What are you waiting for? Download your free knitted cowl patterns today!
Whether you are looking for luscious cables or simple knit cowl patterns, this eBook has something for you. Just enter your email, click to get your free eBook, and enjoy all that cowls have to offer