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One-hour neckwarmer

neckwarmer

My son’s last day of school before the Christmas holiday is next week. I wanted to make something easy and cute for his teacher and since it’s getting cold here in Texas, I thought a neck warmer would be fabulous!

Materials:
1 ball Wool-Ease Thick & Quick
Crochet hook, 10.00mm (N)
2 buttons & thread + needle to sew them on
Yarn needle to weave in ends

Abbreviations:
CH: chain
SC: single crochet
DC: double crochet
st: stitch

Pattern:
Ch 12
SC in 2nd loop from hook, *DC in next ch, sc in next ch* repeat from * to end (11 stitches total, row ends in SC)

Pattern row 1: ch 2, *DC in first stitch, SC in next*, repeat from * to end (row ends in DC).
Pattern row 2: ch 1, *SC in first stitch, DC in next*, repeat from * to end (row ends in SC).

repeat these 2 rows for 3 inches, ending on pattern row 2, then start buttonhole row:
*DC in next st, SC in next st* twice, ch 1, skip 1 st, sc in next, ch1, skip next, *SC in next st, DC in next st* twice

Continue repeating the 2 pattern rows (row after buttonhole row would be Pattern row 2) for 30 inches, OR until desired length, OR until you run out of yarn.

Weave in ends and sew on buttons in whatever fashion you desire.

Enjoy!

neckwarmer [3]crochet texture

15 comments to One-hour neckwarmer

  • Thanks for the pattern. Even I can crochet this!

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    Lisa Reply:

    it is super easy, isn’t it??

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  • ProfSusan

    Made one last night – bought yarn to make another tonight! Great quick gift. Thanks for the pattern.

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    Lisa Reply:

    awesome! I’m making more this week, too. They’re faster than knitting berets, that’s for sure!

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  • Betsy

    I made one of these today! I only had a little less than an 84-yard ball and it came out adorable! Thanks!

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  • Thanks for your great patterns! There are few crochet patterns that I find to be truly great… but yours are the real deal.

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  • Mert

    I really like your pattern and am going to attempt to make one for my granddaughter for Christmas. I REALLY like the pattern of the blue background one. Do you happen to have a collar, cowl or scarf pattern with that stitch?

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  • Sara

    Thank you, just made one!! feeling very pleased with myself, great pattern!!

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  • Thank you for sharing this pattern. A very easy pattern to follow although I found it easier to change it just a bit. I found that either chaining 1 or 2 at the end of the row and before the turn and counting those stitches as the beginning stitch on the next row it made the edges more even and smooth. Still a very easy and lovely pattern. Making this for my sister for Christmas. Thanks again.

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  • Emily

    Would you mind posting the length and width of this piece? I want to use a lighter yarn since I don’t live close to somewhere with a nice selection of bulky and super bulky yarn. Thanks so much for such a cute pattern!

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  • Sarah

    HI! Just noticed a little typo in your directions- it should be CH: chain

    This is what you have listed currently:
    Abbreviations:
    CH: single crochet
    SC: single crochet
    DC: double crochet
    st: stitch

    I am sharing this with a friend who is just starting to learn to crochet! Looks like a fabulous craft to start with. :) Thanks for putting this together!!!!

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    Lisa Reply:

    Ooops! Thank you!

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  • terry thompson

    new user; the beginning chain for this scarf is only 12 chains. is this correct. it only measures around five inches; this just does not look right. am i doing something wrong. would appreciate some help.

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    Lisa Gutierrez Reply:

    Are you using the thick yarn and 10mm (N) hook? I haven’t made it in a long time, but I think it was a little bit wider than 5 inches.

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    terry thompson Reply:

    thank you very much for answering me. was working on another pattern and got them mixed up. maybe it is too late to teach an old dog new tricks. MERRY CHRISTMAS and thank you.

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