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Crochet Pattern – Simple Chunky Neck Warmer

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Simple Chunky Neck Warmer
Simple Chunky Neck Warmer in lavender wool and white acrylic.

I’ve been making a lot of neck warmers lately.

I realized that my yarn stash is absolutely out of control. I’m overrun with single or partial balls of yarn that are leftover from other projects, found in bargain bins at high end yarn stores, or bought by the bagful at Goodwill.

Because of my multiplying yarn stash, I’m always on the lookout for things I can make with a ball of yarn or less. Well I’ve recently latched onto neck warmers and can’t get enough!

I’ve had a lot of fun making these up. There are so many and unique ways to finish and embellish them! I’m a big fan of keeping them fairly simple with just a few buttons, but you could do a lot of fun things with lace trim, ribbon accents, crochet flowers or pom-poms… You name it!

This  pattern is super simple, perfect for the beginner, or even for the more advanced crocheter who wants to make a finished gift in under an hour.

Simple Chunky Neck Warmer in blue and silver

You could make this with an extra bulky yarn, but I really like to make it with two strands of yarn held together. This way, you can play around with color and texture combinations. For instance, I like to pair a standard yarn with an extra soft or otherwise texturally-interesting yarn.

Have fun and let me know if you have any questions!

Simple Chunky Neck Warmer (click to download)

Skill: Beginner
Finished Size: 3” x 19” (one size fits all)

2 strands bulky weight yarn (category 5) held together
Crochet hook, size M

6 hdc + 5 rows = 4 in.

Ch 33.

Row 1: Turn, hdc in second ch from hook, hdc in each ch across. (32 hdc)

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, hdc in each hdc across. (32 hdc)

Row 3: Repeat Row 2. Fasten off. (32 hdc)

Weave in ends. Sew button onto neck warmer approximately 1-1/2” from one end and centered vertically.

I would love to see what you make! Please feel free to post pictures of your own creations in the comments or on the Tincture Craft Facebook page.

Check out the matching wristers pattern!

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