On Fridays, I share a link blast on Twitter and Facebook to get you excited about crocheting all weekend! In keeping with the #FlashbackFriday meme, I’m sharing patterns that were first released at least 12 months ago.
It’s definitely time to start pulling out those cool weather accessories! If you don’t have a favorite neck warmer from last year, make one of these nine free crochet patterns for textured cowls. These also make great gifts.
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Warm and Textured 1-Skein Cowl (photo 5), free crochet pattern by @UCrafter (that’s me!): This cabled cowl makes a bold statement with just one skein of yarn.
Hoodie Cowl (photo 3), free crochet pattern by @Jessie_AtHome: This cozy hooded cowl includes a striking cable pattern up the back. It’s made with just one skein of Lion Brand Scarfie.
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Diamond Crochet Cowl (photo 9), free crochet pattern by @mooglyblog: This pattern includes instructions for two sizes and a video tutorial.
Ribbed Möbius Cowl (photo 8), free crochet pattern by @UCrafter (that’s me!) for @kollabora: This reversible, textured cowl in a chunky yarn is joined with a twist for a Möbius effect.
Rebecca Cowl (photo 7), free crochet pattern by Tw-In Stitches: This pattern includes instructions for customizing the size for your favorite fit.
It’s Fall Y’all Cowl (photo 4), free crochet pattern by @bobwilson123: This video tutorial for a buttoned cowl also includes a written pattern.
Ridgie Cowl (photo 6), free crochet pattern by @CrochetKim: This cowl is crocheted holding two strands of yarn together. Use the same color or two different colors for a tweedy look.
Diana Cowl (photo 2), free crochet pattern by @divinedebrisweb: This textured cowl is adorned with fringe.
Outlander Claire Cowl (photo 1), free crochet pattern by @abcknittngptrns: Ths pattern, inspired by the character on the Outlander TV series, also includes a companion free knitting pattern.
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