Users' questions

How many stitches does a cowl neck have?

How many stitches does a cowl neck have?

To find out how many stitches to cast on, multiply the stitches per inch by the desired width of the cowl. For example, if your gauge is 2 stitches per inch and you would like your cowl to be 23 inches wide, then multiply 2 by 23 to get a total of 46 stitches to cast on.

How wide should a cowl neck scarf be?

Try 12–24 inches for a single-wrap cowl and 8–12 inches for a longer cowl. The cowl should be at least 18 inches tall if you want to wear it as a snood.

How do you make a cowl neck scarf?

  1. How to Sew a Cowl Scarf.
  2. Step 1: Wash, dry, and iron your fabric.
  3. Step 2: Turn the tube you have made right side out.
  4. Step 3: Once you have them lined up, pin them together going all around the top opening.
  5. Step 4: Sew all along that top edge, sewing about 1/2 inch from the edge, BUT leave about 5 inches unsewn.

How do you do a cowl neck scarf?

What’s the difference between a cowl and an infinity scarf?

Infinity scarves have a fuller look in general than cowls do, and often an infinity scarf is worn to complete an outfit rather than keep the neck warm under a winter jacket. Save each pattern in this list and make them as gifts for loved ones or as a treat for yourself!

Can you wear a scarf with a cowl?

Scarves are popular all year long: you can wear a light and lacy version in the summer or a bulky scarf in the winter. Lately, it seems that the most popular scarf trend is cowls. Cowls are a shorter, circular version of the traditional scarf accessory. Find out how to make a crochet cowl.

How many cowls and neck warmers are there?

There’s 138 Cowls and Neck Warmers patterns. Use the links below to view more: The free knitting patterns linked to in directory are the property of the original pattern designer and are listed at KnittingHelp.com as a courtesy. Unless otherwise noted, KnittingHelp.com is not the designer or owner of these patterns.

Where can I get Free crochet scarf patterns?

EasyCrochet.com has over 50 uniquely designed crochet scarf patterns for beginners to advanced crocheters. We have free crochet scarf patterns to help you create infinity scarves, cowls and any size scarf imaginable.