Free Crochet Cowl Pattern – Georgia Cowl

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Woman wearing a blue crochet cowl with fringe, called the Georgia Cowl.

The Georgia Cowl is a very simple, yet stunning crochet cowl pattern! It uses the most basic crochet stitches and is a fairly quick project to make as well! This scarf can be made as is, or add fringe or tassels to it to give it a completely new look!

Pattern Inspiration

At the time I designed this cowl, circular or tube like cowls with fringe were trending big time! I really wanted to make a crocheted version of this popular style!

Flat lay photo of blue crochet cowl, called the Georgia Cowl.

The Georgia Cowl is named after a good friend of mine, and also the state that I grew up in. The state of Georgia is so beautiful in the fall and I love to wear this crochet cowl when I’m there during the cooler seasons!

Pattern Details

The Georgia scarf crochet pattern uses worsted weight (#4) yarn and an I (5.5mm) crochet hook.

I used WeCrochet Wool of the Andes worsted in the beautiful colorway Sapphire Heather.

This pattern is rated Easy in pattern difficulty. The stitch combo is repetitive throughout so there is no need for much concentration or counting. I think you’ll find this project quite relaxing!

The pattern is worked in the round and joined at the end of each round. You work in rounds to the length the pattern calls for.

Woman wearing a blue crochet cowl with fringe, called the Georgia Cowl.

Once you’ve weaved in ends, to wear the scarf, you’ll put it around your neck and fold it over once.

The fringe can be added at the top and/or bottom of the scarf. The crochet pattern has instructions on where to add the fringe.

This crochet cowl pattern is very easy to adjust to suite your preferences. It is worked in a simple multiple, so you can adjust your width and length can be adjust by the number of rounds you do.

Georgia Cowl Crochet Pattern

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330 yards of worsted weight yarn

Shown here: WeCrochet Wool of the Andes- Sapphire Heather (23899)

I/9(5.5mm) hook


Measuring tape

Yarn needle for weaving in ends




not necessary, size is determined by length and width


15”x 14” lying flat before fringe is added

Pattern Notes

To adjust size just chain or fsc to desired circumference length, ending with an even number. To adjust length just keep working the rounds until desired length.

Starting chain does not count as first stitch unless stated otherwise within the pattern.

Fringe is added at the end.

Stitches Needed & Abbreviations

fsc- chainless foundation single crochet

ch- chain

sc- single crochet

sk- skip

**- repeat from


Fsc 108, or chain to about 28”, ending with an even number, join to 1st st.

Round 1: Ch 1, sc in 1st 2, *ch 2, sk 2, sc in next 2*, repeat around to last 2, ch 2, sk last 2, join to 1st.

Round 2: *Ch 2, sk 2, 2 sc around ch-2 sp*, repeat around, join with sl st to starting ch 2 space.

Round 3: Ch 1, *work 2 sc around ch-2 space, ch 2, sk 2*, repeat around, join to 1st st.

Repeat rounds 2 and 3 until circle is approximately 15”.

Round 4: ch 1, sc in each st, working 2 sc around each ch-2 space.

Finish off.


Cut 30 pieces of yarn for top of scarf and 30 pieces for bottom of scarf, about 20” long.  Starting at seam, take 3 pieces and fold in half. Draw up a loop with the yarn through the stitch and slip knot through the loop. Continue all the way around about every 10 stitches. Do the same to the other side.

.Finished cowl with fringe added

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