I've noticed a shortage of crochet cowl patterns for men. I'm not sure why, but I would think that men and boys also need to keep their necks warm in the wintertime! That is why I came up with my own free cowl pattern with a stitch that I think is pretty manly. I hope you think so too!
"The beauty of stripes and crochet texture come together in the Verso Scarf, a free textured crochet scarf pattern with men in mind. The Verso Scarf is an easy crochet pattern that’s beginner friendly. Any level crocheter can crochet this simple scarf pattern. This striped and textured crochet scarf pattern is perfect for men. However, this beautiful crochet scarf works for women too. Once this scarf pattern came together I really thought it resembles a path. With the contrasting lines, it’s very directional. "
Keep your necks toasty this winter and that too with your own made neck warmers, and here is this crochet neck warmer. The neck warmers have pretty and eye-catching colors, and the stitch used is shell stitch which adds more charm and beauty to this neck warmer. A button on the side adds more cuteness and beauty to it. Check out the details here! topcrochetpatterns
"Say hello to the Crossroads Cowl, a gorgeous crochet cowl pattern perfect for warmer regions or transitioning from winter to spring. This crochet cowl pattern can be worked up in a few hours and is a beautiful gift to give (or keep for yourself!). Tasteful and stylish, this crochet cowl can be dressed up or kept casual. While this is designed specifically to be a cowl, you can easily make this an infinity scarf so that it wraps twice for extra warmth. This pattern is listed as intermediate because it uses stitches such as crossed double crochet and half double crochet in 3rd loop only which are a little more advanced. "
"The colours I have chosen are to represent true winter feeling. I used a combination of double zig zag crochet stitch to represent snowy mountains we often visited. This free crochet cowl pattern will put your crochet skills to the test as it uses a wide range of crochet stiches from the humble single crochet all the way to the tall treble crochet. It will keep you on your toes but once you get the rhythm, you’ll be on your way to create your very own Elsa Crochet Cowl."
"The Pinerolo Cowl crochet free pattern uses just one skein of yarn. This cozy cowl features a basketweave style texture. Keep your neck warm and toasty in this cowl that’s worked in the round. If you’re familiar with post stitches then this crochet cowl is really a simple pattern. If these are new to you, I’ve included the tutorial links below. I chose Lion Brand Jeans yarn for this free crochet cowl pattern. This yarn is so soft and I love the “jeans” colors."