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Are you ready for winter? You will be with these crocheted neck warmers! It’s surely getting cooler day by day in this part of the world.

What do we have here? Colorful cowls and so much more! The Lace Neck Warmer is warm but still lightweight, unlike typical crochet scarves. Pam’s Ombre Neckwarmer is a take on a similar idea, where the whole piece is worn around the neck like a cowl, and dos not bunch up or require wrapping/tying like a scarf. The compactness also has another bonus in that it’s difficult for it to get caught on anything. It’s safe for biking, motoring, or walking through the woods in search of fall mushrooms and berries. Enjoy making these easy patterns, and wearing the neck warmers as well! Links to free patterns are under the photos.

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Cadence Color-Blocked Cowl

Stephanie Jessica Launever stops inspiring us! This time she is showing us the enormous power of simplicity. This minimalist crocheted neck warmer is perfectly versatile, evidently. What will you wear it with this season? We are so curious!

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The original pattern and the photos are available on All About Ami:

Cadence Color-Blocked Cowl

More info is on Ravelry here.

The Daisy Cowl

What a beautiful color! So original and fashionable, isn’t it? It will spice up your outfits this autumn and winter like a dream. We will make sure to check out the other patterns written by CJ Design. They are certainly worth it

Crochet Cowl

The original pattern and the video tutorial are available on CJ Design:

The Daisy Cowl

The photos are on @cj.dsgn’s Instagram here and here.

Blake Cowl

What a charming cowl! We are absolutely crazy about casual accessories like that this time of the year. Aren’t you? Emily Marie Davies designed an ideal crochet neck warmer for the beginning of fall. What a pretty set of colors!

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The original pattern and the photos are available on Hooked Hazel:

Blake Cowl

More info is on Ravelry here.

Cute When You’re Cross Cowl

Cute When You're Cross Cowl

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The original pattern and the photos are available on The Crafty Therapist:

Cute When You’re Cross Cowl

The Maine Coast Seashell Cowl

This beautiful shell cowl can be easily make in 2 version: as thin cowl using worsted weight or  as a bulky cowl using particularly super bulky yarn. In both cases, final effect will be an elegant accessory for your fall or winter outfit.

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The full article about this pattern is here:

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Crocheted Neck Warmers with Free Patterns

Pam’s Ombre Cowled Neck Warmer

The Lace Neck Warmer is meant to be a lightweight, soft, lacy (duh!) piece that is snug and warm, but not heavy and bulky like a typical scarf. Sounds interesting, doesn’t it? Without a doubt! Pamela Mazzola from Luna Lu Crochet will tell you what to do.

Pam's Ombre Cowled Neckwarmer Free Crochet Pattern

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The original pattern and the photos are available on Traverse Bay Crochet:

Pam’s Ombre Cowled Neckwarmer

Lace Neck Warmer

Can you see how many wonderful things you can make following this pattern for crocheted neck warmers by Traverse Bay Crochet? How are you ever going to decide on the colors? It’s crazy, right? We know, trust us. We’ve all been there!

Lace Neck Warmer Free Crochet Pattern

The original pattern and the photos are available on Traverse Bay Crochet:

Lace Neck Warmer

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4 Comments

  1. karen linkous says:

    That’s pretty

  2. Dixie Sheridan says:

    I can’t wait to start my own, this is beautiful!

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