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I’ve had a few requests for a more formal pattern for the neck warmer, but I don’t have time for a “real” pattern so I’ll share my notes.

I used Lamb’s Pride in color m10 “Creme” and 3.75mm needles (us 5). 108113 stitches were cast on, and there are 2 garter stitches at either end. I don’t have my neck warmer handy today, but it’s probably about 5.5 sts to the inch.

On the 6th row, I made an eyelet buttonhole 4 stitches from the edge (yo, k2tog or p2tog, depending on the pattern). I knit into this yarnover on the return row *but*, knit into the yarnover again (and the stitch above it) on the next right side row in order to enlarge the buttonhole.

The buttonholes were repeated every 10th row 3 times more. I worked a further 6 rows and bound off using the stem stitch method. The buttons are vintage and made of leather – they’re about 1/2″ in diameter. The buttonholes are a little tight, but I usually slip it over my head anyhow.

Time to get back to work on the website… stay tuned for a re-design!

I’ve had a few requests for a more formal pattern for the neck warmer, but I don’t have time for a “real” pattern so I’ll share my notes.

I used Lamb’s Pride in color m10 “Creme” and 3.75mm needles (us 5). 108113 stitches were cast on, and there are 2 garter stitches at either end. I don’t have my neck warmer handy today, but it’s probably about 5.5 sts to the inch.

On the 6th row, I made an eyelet buttonhole 4 stitches from the edge (yo, k2tog or p2tog, depending on the pattern). I knit into this yarnover on the return row *but*, knit into the yarnover again (and the stitch above it) on the next right side row in order to enlarge the buttonhole.

The buttonholes were repeated every 10th row 3 times more. I worked a further 6 rows and bound off using the stem stitch method. The buttons are vintage and made of leather – they’re about 1/2″ in diameter. The buttonholes are a little tight, but I usually slip it over my head anyhow.

Time to get back to work on the website… stay tuned for a re-design!

10 Comments

  1. Josiane 7 years ago

    Thanks for the recipe, Véronik! I really like the stitch pattern, it makes for a lovely neck warmer.

  2. alison 7 years ago

    Dear Readers-of-Veronik,

    The original chevron neck warmer was spotted out in public yesterday, and it is indeed very cute. Just thought I’d let you know.

    Alison

  3. K 7 years ago

    Thanks for posting this, it’s going to make a perfect late Christmas present!

  4. Sarah 7 years ago

    thanks for the chart! I’ve been churning out the scarflets this year, and I think I need one for myself in some white Malabrigo. When I get the gift knitting done, anyway…

  5. margene 7 years ago

    I started knitting this tonight and found you actually need to cast one 113 st. That’s 108 for the pattern, 1 for the extra stitch and 4 for the garter borders. It’s working up beautifully!

  6. Veronik 7 years ago

    oops! Thanks, Margene!

  7. Ina 7 years ago

    Thanks for a great little pattern! Neckwarmers sometimes fidget me, but this one is irresistible.

  8. Kathryn 7 years ago

    Oh my word I LOVE it! I saw your neck warmer post last week, and wanted to knit it sooo bad. I am a new self-taught knitter so need a lil more instructing. I decided I would comment asking you for the pattern. To my suprise you had already posted it :) Yes!!! I can’t wait to start it. THANK YOU!

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