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7 Cowl Patterns that use Just 2 Skeins of Yarn!

7 Cowl Patterns that use Just 2 Skeins of Yarn!

Knit or crochet, a neckwarmer is a great project to make for gift-giving! Check out these projects that use just 2 skeins of Ewe Ewe yarn. 

Make these fabulous cowls for yourself or someone you love!

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If you’re looking for free Cowl knitting or crochet patterns, check out projects #2, 3, 5, 6, and 7 in this post.

7 Knit and Crochet Cowl Patterns

Angel Food Cake Cowl lace knitting pattern

1. Angel Food Cake Cowl lace knitting pattern

Knit one of these beautiful lace cowls for all your friends. The 4-row pattern repeat is fun to knit and easy to remember once you get going. A great beginner lace pattern for a knitter looking to advance their skills!

Uses Wooly Worsted #4 weight yarn

Designed by Marsha Wenskay for Ewe Ewe Yarns

Holy Cowl! free worsted weight knitting pattern

2. Holy Cowl! free cowl knitting pattern

Big holes are what make the Holy Cowl! unique. The technique is similar to if you'd make buttonholes on a sweater edging but creates a neat effect when placed all over the project.

Uses Wooly Worsted #4 weight yarn

Designed by Heather Walpole for Ewe Ewe Yarns

Dewey Decicowl free crochet cowl pattern

3. Dewey Decicowl free cowl crochet pattern

Small double crochet fans build an easy to crochet cowl. Add a single crochet tab with a large decorative button to make this cowl your style!

Uses Wooly Worsted #4 weight yarn

Designed by Heather Walpole for Ewe Ewe Yarns

Rush sport weight lace cowl knitting pattern

4. Rush Cowl lace knitting pattern

Little lace panels combine with garter ridges that feels reminiscent of rippling river water rushing over rocks. Rush creates a nice, light cowl perfect for changing seasons. Use two colors that are similar or just two of your favorite shades!

Uses Ewe So Sporty #2 weight yarn

Designed by Sarah Jo Burch for Ewe Ewe Yarns

Clear Skies Cowl fingering weight free scarf pattern

5. Clear Skies Cowl free knitting pattern

Quick and easy, the Clear Skies Cowl is knit in the round with different decorative panels. Sections of stockinette stitch lead into small eyelet stitches creating a fun-to-knit pattern that's light weight but hugs just enough to keep you warm.

Uses Fluffy Fingering #1 weight yarn

Designed by Heather Walpole for Ewe Ewe Yarns

Don't Be Shellfish free crochet cowl pattern

6. Don't Be Shellfish free crochet pattern

Crochet fans are so addictive to make so this cowl goes fast! Use two colors to highlight each row. Choose two colors that are similar or just two of your favorite shades!

Uses Ewe So Sporty #2 weight yarn

Designed by Heather Walpole for Ewe Ewe Yarns

Cold Front Cowl free knitting pattern

7. Cold Front Cowl free knitting pattern

Knits and purls switch back and forth to create a horizontal rib creating a springy cowl that tucks right inside a jacket collar! You'll love making this one again and again.

Uses Wooly Worsted #4 weight yarn

Designed by Heather Walpole for Ewe Ewe Yarns

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