25 Crochet Collar Patterns

Accessories are your new sartorial best friends and a crochet collar is one such item that you should be making yourself strongly acquainted with.

These collars are a great way to breath new life into old garments – simply pop a detachable collar or sew it on top of a jumper, blouse or T-shirt and ta da! You have an entirely new look to play around with.

CROCHET COLLAR PATTERNS

Below, here are a few crochet collar patterns to make today before the trend totally takes off, and everyone goes for bold up top.

It’s a genius way to get more mileage out of your wardrobe without going on an unnecessary shopping spree!


1. Crochet Lace Collar Pattern by Yarnspirations

Create a new fashion collar with just a ball of crochet thread and a hook. If you haven’t used a thin steel hook yet, just go slowly and practice a bit before you start. It’s really not hard!

Crochet Lace Collar Pattern by Yarnspirations

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2. Crochet Edite Collar Pattern by Tanja’s Crochet

This Edite Crochet Collar is a very versatile crochet collar that can be used to almost everything: on top a sweatshirt, a shirt, a t-shirt and even on top of a jacket.

Can be worn with the bow tie in the back as well as in the front, all options are equally beautiful!

Crochet Edite Collar Pattern by Tanja's Crochet

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3. Vintage Crochet Collar Free Pattern by Cre8tion Crochet

This Vintage Crochet Collar is quick, simple and easy to make. It will give any outfit an awesome retro look and feel. It also looks great using an inexpensive acrylic yarn, preferably one that has a bit of sheen.

Vintage Crochet Collar Free Pattern by Cre8tion Crochet

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4. Crochet Lace Collar Pattern by Emelie Beads

Use thread crochet to create a very detailed crochet lace collar and matching fingerless mitts. These vintage-inspired patterns are perfect as bridal crochet.

Work them in a different color for a more contemporary design.

Crochet Lace Collar Pattern by Emelie Beads

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5. Easy Crochet Lace Collar Pattern by Jayda In Stitches

Fancy collars are always in style! They bring a touch of class to nearly any outfit, even a cute t-shirt and jeans! Make yourself a few with this Easy Lace Collar Pattern, suitable for beginner-level crocheters.

Wear them over cardigans, sweater sets, simple t-shirts or even as a necklace all on it’s own. The perfect wardrobe accessory for lovers of Lolita, Gothic, Steampunk, Victorian and Edwardian fashion!

Crochet Easy Lace Collar Pattern by Jayda In Stitches

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6. Spider Web Collar Crochet Pattern by Little Crafty Dog

Crochet a truly unique collar for yourself or as a gift for another with this pattern. Ideal for Halloween but this quirky lace collar can also be worn all year round!

This versatile pattern is suitable for a range of yarn thicknesses, the collar can be made to any length to fit the top it is being made for by creating extra webs.

A delicate collar can be made in crochet thread or a bulky yarn can be used for a child’s fancy dress outfit.

Spider Web Collar Crochet Pattern by Little Crafty Dog

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7. Lacy Peter Pan Collar Crochet Pattern by Kristin Hrund Whitehead

This Lacy Peter Pan Crochet Collar Free Pattern is a simple, quick, diverse and very decorative collar – just choose your favorite yarn and make it in any size you want.

With the right button and the edging of your choice, you can add your own, special personal touch to it!

Lacy Peter Pan Collar Crochet Pattern by Kristin Hrund Whitehead

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8. Crochet Cable Collar Pattern by Yarnspirations

Tucked under your coat or jacket, you’ll love this warm collar that’s less bulky than a scarf and looks like you’re wearing a cable sweater, without the bulk.

This crochet dickie features interesting cable latticework achieved with a combination of post stitches and crochet cablework mixed with plain rows of single crochet.

Collar is easily worked in half double crochet mock ribbing. It’s a clever gift, but don’t forget to make one for yourself!

Crochet Cable Collar Pattern by Yarnspirations

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9. Jeweled Granny Crochet Collar Pattern by Jess Makes A Mess

This lightweight collar is great for transitional weather. The selected yarn is lightweight and allows the maker to wear the finished project as a statement accessory.

Where this is not a winter scarf/cowl, it does provide some warmth.

Jeweled Granny Crochet Collar Pattern by Jess Makes A Mess

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10. Crochet Collar Pattern by Woodland Stitch Craft

Add just a dash of crochet to any outfit with this whimsical collar pattern! This pattern comes with instructions for 4 sizes: 12-24 month, toddler, child, and teen/adult.

It also comes with two styles, classic and picot with two options for closing, button and tie. 

Crochet Collar Pattern by Woodland Stitch Craft

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11. Crochet Collar Topper Pattern by Sewrella

An easy 1 skein beginner level project that you can make in about 20 minutes, start to finish! Make a removable, stylish faux fur collar with this crochet collar free pattern – you won’t believe how easy and fun these are to make & to wear!

Crochet Collar Topper Pattern by Sewrella

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12. Crochet Floral Collar Pattern by Yarnspirations

Instead of the usual necklace, change up your style with this lovely crocheted piece. It buttons in the back, making it easy to add to any dress or top.

Crochet Floral Collar Pattern by Yarnspirations

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13. Lace Collar Crochet Pattern by Lakshmi Ravi Narayan

This Lace Crochet Peter-Pan-Style Collar Pattern describes two styles: (A) one with a couple of rows of filet relief, as worn by the model, and another (B) without these filet rows for a more solid appearance as is shown held in the hands.

Lace Collar Crochet Pattern by Lakshmi Ravi Narayan

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14. Romantic Ruffles Crochet Collar Pattern by Mamta Motiyani

This unique crochet collar pattern designed in peter pan style. This crochet necklace is made to fit loosely around your neck. It has ties and crocheted hearts at the end to make it look even more sensual.

It is a intermix between fashion and romance. Celebrate your special ocassion like wedding, engagement, prom, etc by making and wearing this romantic collar necklace.

Romantic Ruffles Crochet Collar Pattern by Mamta Motiyani

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15. Loveheart Crochet Cowl Collar Pattern by Bored Knitless

This collar is a modern chunky knit with a little twist, adding a necklace charm for Valentine’s Day! The little heart pendant is for a special someone as a gift to your nearest and dearest. It also keeps you warm in winter as well as playing to the macramé trend.

With its dual purpose it can be worn as a fashion collar piece, as an accessory to a garment. Or it can be used as a chunky cowl to keep your neck warm and again still look stylish.

You can even cover up your heart by zipping up your jacket, hence you won’t be wearing your heart out in the cold! Or if you are not feeling in the mood for Valentine’s Day and have a no thrills attitude you can simply crochet the collar and leave out the heart and tassels!

Loveheart Crochet Cowl Collar Pattern by Bored Knitless

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16. Crochet Avocado Collar Pattern by Sylvia Margaret Designs

 Make something bit different with this stunning, unique crochet avocado collar. This eye catching design looks great as a necklace or jazz up a plain t shirt with it as a lively collar detail.

Crochet Avocado Collar Pattern by Sylvia Margaret Designs

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17. Pop Patch Collar Crochet Pattern by Katie Jones

This Pop Patch Collar is the statement oversized collar you have been waiting for to decorate all your faverouite spring and summer outfits!

Inspired by patchwork quilts and prairie dresses this collar instantly gives any outfit the ultimate cuteness factor.

Pop Patch Collar Crochet Pattern by Katie Jones

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18. Beaded Crochet Collar Pattern by Jane Crowfoot

This is a nice project for a novice crocheter. You can go too far wrong, but need to know how to chain and work treble and double treble crochet stitches.

Adding beads is easy, you simply add them in on the last step of the stitch.

Beaded Crochet Collar Pattern by Jane Crowfoot

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19. Dragon Scale Collar Crochet Pattern by Zarrin Handmade

A collar made from dragonscales to keep your neck and décolleté warm without adding bulk under your coat! The toggle fastening means that you can fasten the collar exactly where you need it to be.

Dragon Scale Collar Crochet Pattern by Zarrin Handmade

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20. Georgette Collar Crochet Pattern by Shara Lambeth Designs

This Georgette Collar is really retro and fun. It’ll definitely take the wearer back in time to those carefree cashmere sweater days. Yet the look is also fresh, wearable, and up-to-date.

The designer has shown different ways to work the same design by changing colors and adding different details (such as flowers instead of circles on the ends of the ties). It closes easily thanks to that tie. 

Georgette Collar Crochet Pattern by Shara Lambeth Designs

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21. Peter Pan Collar Crochet Pattern by Melanie Thomassian

This Peter Pan collar will add so much versatility to your wardrobe, as an accessory that can be worn over and over again.

It will transform a plain t-shirt into something special, or indeed, it can be worn over a dress or sleeveless top. It also looks great with the button at the front, or towards the back.

Peter Pan Collar Crochet Pattern by Melanie Thomassian

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22. Dora Collar Crochet Pattern by Janet Onome

Crochet collars doesn’t have to be made with only neutrals. You can explore all the colors and have fun mixing your stylizations. This turquoise color looks very pretty, don’t you think?

Dora Collar Crochet Pattern by Janet Onome

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23. Shell Lace Collar Crochet Pattern by Kathleen Rinks

This quick and easy crochet collar is a versatile accent to any neckline. Choose an elegant lace weight yarn or luxury silk to create a one-of-a-kind accent. Add a striking bead or button to make a fashion statement.

Shell Lace Collar Crochet Pattern by Kathleen Rinks

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24. Crochet Eyelet Style Lace Collar Pattern by Joys In Stitches

The collar is created by working the neck edge in short rows, then turning to work the main collar on one side.

Treble fans give way to V stitches and shells, which incorporate staggered eyelets worked in rows but designed to look like they aren’t, then a pretty scalloped fan edging.

Crochet Eyelet Style Lace Collar Pattern by Joys In Stitches

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25. Crochet RBG Collar Pattern by Small Spool

This easy crochet pattern creates a dainty, beautiful decorate collar to give ode and honor to the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Bring spice and statement to any of your outfits, while flaunting strong female energy! This pattern is fairly easy, quick and makes a great gift to any of your strong lady friends. 

Crochet RBG Collar Pattern by Small Spool

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THESE CROCHET COLLAR PATTERNS SHOWCASE THE DIFFERENT DESIGN OPTIONS FOR THIS UNIQUE ACCESSORY.

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Looking for more crochet accessories to personalize an outfit with your own unique flair? Check out our collection of crochet accessories patterns to make such things as bracelets, beaded necklaces, headbands and more!

Your to-crochet list is about to get really long! Isn’t it amazing? Do not think twice — prepare and use your yarn and hooks and start making these crochet collar patterns today!