Easy Beginner Crochet Cowl Pattern

Use the simple beginner crochet pattern below to make a cowl to stay cozy warm this fall and winter! This cowl uses basic crochet stitches and is quick to work up. Scroll on down to find the free pattern for this cowl, materials you’ll need and more!

Are you looking for more free crochet scarves or cowls to make? Check out the Easy Crochet scarf archives for more inspiration. I hope you enjoy this beginner-friendly design!

Make a Simple Crochet Cowl Today

When I was first starting out in my crochet journey, “simple” was the type of crochet pattern I was looking for. This marbled dusk cowl is it! It is the perfect beginner crochet pattern because it whips up fast and uses only simple beginner crochet stitches.

What You’ll Need to Make a Cowl

All you need to make this easy cowl is knowledge of a few simple crochet stitches, yarn & a crochet hook!

This crochet cowl used just a little less than one skein of Loops & Threads Charisma Marble (a bulky six weight yarn) which can be found at Michael’s craft stores. It’s pretty right? It was a yarn I have never seen before, but I was instantly drawn to the bulky soft texture which I knew would make it perfect for staying warm! I chose a vibrant color called dusk that has pretty shades of purple & white mixed throughout it. 

Marbled Dusk Simple Crochet Cowl by Easy Crochet. Simple Beginner Crochet Pattern

Video Tutorial

If you preferred a video, you can also find the free how to make a Marbled Dusk Crochet Cowl on my YouTube channel, and please don’t forget to subscribe!

You’ll Like This Pattern Too

It was as fast to make as my one-hour cowl that I designed earlier this year, which is another great beginner crochet pattern for those who are just learning how to crochet.

Read on down for the FREE crochet cowl pattern, or click on over to YouTube to check out the companion video in the link below.

Marbled Dusk Simple Crochet Cowl

Skill Level: Basic

Shopping List

  • 1 skein of loops & threads Charisma Marble Yarn in Dusk or 60 yards of any other super bulky (6) yarn.
  • Crochet hook 10.00 mm
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle to weave in ends

Crochet Abbreviations

Finished Size

  • 32″ circumference & a 6″ height

Gauge

  • 6 hdc’s for every 4″
  • Learn more about gauge, so you will get a properly sized crocheted cowl.

The Pattern Steps

Round 1: I started my marbled dusk simple crochet cowl by chaining 48 and joining with a slip stitch into a circle, making sure not to twist.

Round 2: ch 1, hdc in 2nd ch from the hook, hdc in every ch around, sl st to top of first hdc. (48)

Round 3: ch 1, hdc in 1st st, hdc in every st around, sl st to top of first st from the round. (48)

Repeat round 3 for 7 more times. (48)

Finishing: Fasten off with scissors and weave in loose ends with yarn needle throughout cowl.

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I Hope You Enjoyed This Pattern!

I hope you enjoyed this marbled dusk simple crochet cowl pattern and if you have any questions, please feel free to email me at krista@easycrochet.com.

Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel Easy Crochet for free how-to videos!

Extra Information

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2 Comments

  1. I received 8 pages of info and no free cowl pattern. Actually I am looking for free patterns for childrens hats that can be made and sent to children who need them in this country as well as other countries. I know they used to be available but have not been able to get them now. Would love it if you could let me know how to find them.

    1. Hi Peggie,

      At the top of the pattern there is a skip to pattern button that will take you directly to the free pattern if you’d prefer not to read through the extra information. Happy Crocheting!

      Krista

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