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Latte crochet cowl neck for men.

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Latte easy crochet cowl for mens free pattern.

The Latte crochet cowl neck is one of the easiest crochet cowl patterns for men out there on the blogosphere.

Now I am so into designing crochet patterns for guys; however, it’s so hard to find a man model for the photoshoot, So I ended up didn’t designed much of it.

This simple mens cowl is made from one rectangle and basic crochet stitches, so if you are a beginner, you could crocheted this man’s neck warmer in no time.

easy crochet neck warmer mens cowl free pattern

Quick & simple mens crochet cowl.

The Latte cowl free crochet pattern for men uses a basic crochet stitch called ” camel stitch,”  which is half double crochet in the third loops.

And the entire of this cowl neck pattern is made from one simple rectangle so it’s easy to adjust the size for a bigger or smaller by just adding more rows to the rectangle.

beginner crochet cowl neck for men free pattern.

About the yarn for crocheting a cowl neck for him.

In this free crochet pattern, I use cotton blend yarn in sport weight, and if your girl doesn’t have a sport weight yarn, you can switch up to 4 medium weight will work just fine.

Actually, this free cowl pattern can work with any yarn weight and fiber content depending on how you want to use them, for example.

Chunky yarn: for a chunky cowl will speed up when you crocheted them and super cozy and warm in the winter.

Cotton yarn & any plant fiber: would be comfier for your man in the spring or summer because plant fiber is more breathable.

Wool yarn: they are a bit more luxurious and will keep your man toasty warm in the cold month.

Polyester yarn: Well, you can’t go wrong when crocheting with polyester yarn; they are more stretchy, flexible, lightweight, and budget-friendly.

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Get the free pattern below or this pattern is also available as an inexpensive, ad-free, PDF printable instant download  in my etsy shop. Thank you so much for your love and support. I am really appreciate you.

Supplies & materials.

  • I used blended cotton yarn 110 yards 50g sport weight or 4 medium weights will do just fine, I use about 4 skeins of 50 grams.
  • 6 mm crochet hook.
  • Sewing yarn needle

Skill and abbreviations

  • American crochet term
  • You will need to know how to make
  • Sl st (slip stitch)
  • sc, which means single crochet
  • hdc, which means half double crochet
  • hdc rib stitch or camel stitch
  • ch, Chain
  • slip knot
  • Gauge:  2 crochet stitches x  2 rows = 1 square inch

This pattern is made for beginners!  There is a basic skill level required to make.

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Latte free crochet cowl pattern Instruction.

Crocheted one rectangle.

Start off by making a slip knot. Then make 40 chains of foundation chain

Row1.    hdc in the next chain from hook,  then hdc in each chain across until the end of the row, ch1 turn.

Row2.  hdc camel stitch or hdc rib stitch in the next stitch from the hook and in each st across until the end of the row. ch1 turn.

Row 3.  hdc in the next st from hook,  then hdc in each st across until the end of the row, ch1 turn.

Row 4.  hdc camel stitch or hdc rib stitch in the next stitch from hook, and in each st across until the end of the row. ch1 turn.

Repeat rows 3 and 4 until you get the desired length. I measure mine around 21 inches long.

Fasten off and leave the long tail for sewing.

easy crochet nect warmer

Assemble crochet cowl.

Fold the rectangle in half and line up the end.

Using your yarn needle and whip stitch to close the end together.

Tie off and weave in end.

Now you have your very own Latte neck warmer cowl.
If you make one, I would love to see your creation. Tag me on Instagram! would love to see your creation.
Happy crocheting.

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Isadora Guidoni

Tuesday 17th of October 2017

This neck warmer looks awesome! Thank you for sharing the pattern with us!


Tuesday 17th of October 2017

Thanks Isadora.