"Add some Pizzazz with this T-Shirt Yarn Cowl. Fun beginner crochet project. If you can make a chain stitch and single crochet, you can make this in an afternoon. This crochet cowl is worked flat and joined at the end. If you are a beginner, I think this is a great way to start making crochet scarves and cowls. I made this fun cowl in two colors. While you can purchase your t-shirt yarn, this can be made from old t-shirts too. While I have not tried this yet, I have seen a number of tutorials."
"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 Retta Crochet Infinity Cowl is long and lacy. This easy crochet pattern can be fashioned into a summer scarf or cowl. Just one skein of yarn creates this lovely crochet cowl pattern. Step by step photo tutorial is included for any level crocheter. The beginner friendly crochet mesh used in the Retta Cowl is a simple one row repeat. Which makes this crochet infinity cowl pattern a relaxing project, while also watching tv or even listening to a book."
"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."
"This crochet cowl Primrose is very easy and quick to make. It has a very nice texture and it feels soft. The pattern includes a written pattern and detailed photo instructions showing how to make this beautiful cowl. The cowl is made using the primrose stitch. Any thick yarn will work. So, choose a couple of your favorite colors and make this cowl for yourself or your loved ones. It could also be a very warm and cozy gift."
"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."