Reversible Rivulet Scarf
The Reversible Rivulet Scarf looks the same from all angles, so you can drape it over your neck with no fuss! This intermediate knitting pattern gives the illusion of a waterfall cascading down your neck. This unique knit scarf pattern is made up of tiny chains of yarn that provide an interesting look and texture that anyone can appreciate! It is not the easiest scarf to cobble together, so beginner knitters may want to get more practice in before attempting this, but the completed project…
Infinity Scarf: Free Knitting Patterns
Need some new knitting ideas? Check out our collection of free cowl knitting patterns for Beginners. These knits about winter will make you want to cast on.
Miraflores Knitting pattern by Kristen Jancuk | Knitting Patterns | LoveKnitting
Is it a cowl? Is it a capelet? It’s a cowlet! This versatile piece can be worn pulled down over the shoulders as a light capelet, or loosely around the neck as a cowl. Knit in fingering weight yarn at a loose gauge, it’s the perfect airy spring layer. Worked from the bottom up in the round, it requires no seaming. A solid or tonal color will play nicely with the stitch patterns—try one of the new gradient yarns or use up leftovers and switch colors between sections for a unique look…
Blue Jeans and Moon Beams Shawl pattern by Myra Wood
This versatile shawl made with yarn spun from recycled jeans is fun and flexible. After the initial set-up and one round of chart A, you are free to mix and match charts B through E as you wish. Pick one and repeat it as many times as you’d like then add the border. Or explore
Thorn Stitch Cowl
Our Thorn Stitch Cowl knitting pattern looks like a beautiful maze of brambles. This simple 8-round stitch pattern is designed to interest, but not frustrate, you.
Waverly Weekend Cowl pattern by Donna Brooks
If you like cowls, but are looking for something quick and easy to make, then this just might be the pattern you’re looking for! With one skein of yarn (approximately 200 yards depending on size), this cowl or neck warmer can be made over just one weekend and ready to wear on Sunday or Monday to show off your work.
November Rain & Rivulets
Since we are hoping for rain, rain and more rain in California after several years of severe drought, I am having fun creating “rainy” patterns that may serve as a knitted rain dance! This cowl combines beaded raindrops and a zig-zag Aran pattern to create the look of a small stream of flowing water.
Lightning Fast Lattice Cowl
When the winter threatens to blow down your door, you won't want to venture out without covering up from head to toe. The beautifully patterned Lightning Fast Lattice Cowl will help to keep the wind from blowing down the back of your neck, so you can look cool without getting cold. Better yet, a knit cowl pattern makes a great winter evening project because it's so quick to complete. Before you know it, you'll be looking for excuses to brave the cold in order to show off your gorgeous cable…
Light as a Feather Cowl
The Light as a Feather Cowl is an ideal free knitting pattern for spring. This knitted cowl pattern is light and floaty enough to carry in your bag, but the beautifully soft yarn is made with alpaca which makes it surprisingly warm. Perfect for in-between weather days! This lace knit cowl is the perfect day-to-evening accessory for both spring and summer. The simple feather and fan edging leads on to a stocking stitch body interspersed with myrtle leaf motifs. You can leave this lovely cowl…