Helen Neckwarmer

A couple of months ago, I spun some yarn for my friend Helen. The yarn was an odd weight, sorta-bulky and sorta-aran, and I thought she might have some trouble finding a pattern for it. So, I wrote one up!

Helen Neckwarmer
Download pattern (PDF)

This neckwarmer is edged in eyelets, which can be used for any arrangement of buttonholes. The body is simple alternating single and double crochet stitches. It was designed with handspun yarn in mind, but also looks striking with commercial self-striping yarn.

The pattern is available here in PDF format. Enjoy!

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3 Responses to Helen Neckwarmer

  1. Paula says:

    Thanks Elle, I still think I am doing something wrong on the turns but generally speaking it looks ok !

  2. Paula says:

    Hi there. I have just begun this Neckwarmer, and I am wondering how many stitches should there be at the end of row 3? Thank you

    • Elle says:

      It’s a rectangle, so the same number of stitches all the way up (spaces count as stitches). That’s 69 if you’re following the pattern. :)

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