Erin Medley

Accessorise with Crochet Cowls

Crochet hats aside, cowls are my favorite. I love having a warm neck, and cowls are timeless! I am willing to bet money that I have a cowl to match every coat or sweatshirt I wear in the colder weather. These patterns are sure to please, so try some today!






1.) Autumn Winds Cowl by Lilla Bjorn Crochet (FREE)


These delicate looking granny squares are beautifully bordered to create this lovely cowl! This is also a free pattern!

Get this pattern here.



2.) Block Infinity Loop Scarf by Accessorise

This cowl is the perfect play on stitches, and colors. It looks stunning in a solid color too!

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3.) Boho Chic Mosaic Triangular Scarf by A Crocheted Simplicity


Dress up, or dress down, this scarf is amazing! The pattern design and fridge is truly chic!

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4.) Forest Fog Cowl by Lilla Bjorn Crochet (FREE)


Another fabulous design freebie for you! With two basic stitches this is a beginner’s dream!

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5.) One Skevening by Briana K Designs


Gorgeous one skein evening project for you all! Pick your favorite show and color and whip this up quick!

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6.) Ruffled Shell Cowl by Salena Baca Crochet


Here is a super quick pattern for a gift or craft show! Dress up the already adorable shells and ruffles with some fun buttons!

Get this pattern here.



Get your accessory wardrobe Winter ready with these 6 patterns! Are you looking for something a little different? Check out the links below for more Winter crochet patterns!

Knit Look Cowls

10 Christmas Wishlist Hats

Happy crocheting,




Erin Medley

Erin is the owner of Crochet Medley, and the Publishing Assistant at Happily Hooked Magazine. A born and raised Michigander, she’s a military wife, and mother of two. Some of her favorite things to crochet are hats, cowls, and amigurumi. Crochet was introduced to her as a pre-teen, but became an obsession in 2008 when her son was born, so she opened a little shop to bring others joy! When she isn’t working with yarn, Erin enjoys her two fur babies, hockey, scrapbooking, coloring with the kids, baking, Star Wars, beading, reading, and watching true crime books or shows.

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