Easy Triangled Neck Warmer

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I am making some winter goodies and have decided to share them with all of you. This neck warmer is a cinch to make and if you pick really bright colors, you can chase away the dreary blah of a grayish day!

Here's the pattern:
Materials:
Worsted weight yarn of various colors (could be scraps from your stash)
"G" size crochet hook
Note 1: Weave in ends as you go for a fast finish!
Note 2: You can make the same scarf using only the front loop or the back loop if you want more drape.
Ch 95.
Row 1: 1 sc in 3rd ch from hook and in each ch across. Ch 1, turn. (94 sc)
Row 2: 1 sc in each sc across. Ch 1, turn. Fasten off and weave in tail immediately for a fast finish. (94 sc)
Rows 3-6: Change color. Rep row 2. Fasten off. Weave in tail. (94 sc)
Rows 7 and 8: Change color. 1 sc in each sc across. Fasten off. Weave in tail. (94 sc)
Rows 9-11: Change color. Rep row 2. Ch 1, turn. (94 sc)
Row 12: Still working with the same color, make 1 sc in each of next 68 sc, chain 20, skip 20 sc, 1 sc in each of last 6 sc. Ch 1, turn. (94 sts)
Row 13: Still working with the same color, 1 sc in each of first 6 sc, 1 sc in each of next 20 ch, 1 sc in each sc to end of row. Ch 1, turn. (94 sc) (Slash completed to close neckwarmer around neck)
Row 14: Working with the same color, work 1 sc in each sc across. Fasten off, weave in tail. (94 sc)
Rows 15-16: Change color. 1 sc in each sc to end of row. Fasten off, weave in tail. (94 sc)
Row 17: Change color. 1 sc in each sc across. (94 sc)
Rows 18-20: Working with the same color, make 1 sc in each sc across. Fasten off. Weave in tail. (94 sc)
Rows 21-22: Change color. Work 1 sc in each sc across. Fasten off. Weave in tail. (94 sc)
Granny Triangle Edge:
Make 2.
With worsted weight yarn in one of the colors used for the neck warmer and G hook, ch 4, sl st to form ring.
Row 1: Ch 3 (counts as dc throughout pattern), 2 dc in ring, ch 2 (corner made), 3 dc in ring. Ch 3, turn.
Row 2: Make 2 dc in top of 1st dc of prev row. Ch 1, skip the other 2 dc of dc cluster of prev row and insert hook into the ch-2 sp of prev row, 3 dc in ch-2 space, ch2, 3 dc, ch 1, skip next 2 dc and make a 3-dc cluster in the last dc of prev row. Ch 3, turn.
Row 3: 2 dc in 1st dc of prev row, ch 1, skip next 2 dc of cluster, 3 dc in ch-2 sp, ch 1, skip next 3 dc, in next ch-2 sp make 3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc, ch 1, skip next 3 dc,3 dc in neck ch-1 sp, ch 1, 3 dc in last dc of row.
Row 4: 2 dc in same stitch as ch-3, ch 1, skip next 2 dc, in next ch-1 sp, work 3 dc, ch 1, skip next 3 dc, in next ch-1 sp, make 3 dc, ch 1, skip next 3 dc. In next ch-2 sp, make 3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc, ch 1. Skip next 3 dc, in next ch-1 sp, work 3 dc, ch 1, skip next 3 dc, in ch-1 space, make 3 dc, ch 1, skip next 2 dc, make 3 dc in last stitch of row. Fasten off. Weave in tail.

Edge of neck warmer: Make 1 row of sc of the same color you chose for the granny triangles on each end of the neck warmer. Fasten off and weave in tail. Sew each granny triangle to corresponding end of neck warmer with matching color yarn. Fasten off.
You can leave as is or you can make two tassels to keep ends pointed and avoid curl-up.

To make a simple tassel, cut a piece of cardboard a little bit larger than the length you want your tassels to be. Wind the amount of yarn you would like around the cardboard. Carefully take your bundle of yarn out of the card. Thread a tapestry needle and pass the needle through all the threads in your bundle. Then, using another length of yarn, tie the tassel tightly. Trim your tassels to be of the same size. Use the length of yarn in the tapestry needle to sew the tassel to the granny triangle point. Fasten off.
Or you can use your favorite method of tassel-making and even vary your tassels!








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10 comments:

Karen said...

That is beautiful and so practical.

Craftybegonia said...

Thank you, Karen! You can make it all in one color or in multiple colors as I have done. Play with it, it is as verstile as can be!

glor said...

What a wonderful pattern, thanks so much for sharing!

deedee said...

I don't understand row 12 after you sc 68, c 22,skip 20, then the next instructions.

Craftybegonia said...

It is very simple, you make your 68 sc, then work a chain of 22 chains, and skipping the number of stitches mentioned, you attach that chain to the other side of the stitches you just skipped with a new sc and continue down the row with sc as usual. This way, you have effectively make a "slash" in the crocheted fabric through which you will be inserting the other side of your neck warmer for a cozy fit. Hope this clarifies it for you!

Lia said...

I love the way you find different solutions to fix the shawls around the neck!

Lia said...

I love the way you find different solutions to fix the shawls around the neck!

Jenny said...

On row 12, this is the part that I get confused on....I understand the chain 22, skip 20, but then this part -
1 sc in each of first 9 sc, 1 sc in each ch, 1 sc in next sc, 1 sc in each sc to end of row.-
I don't have that many stitches left in the row...I should only have 93 stitches total per row right?

Jenny said...

Never mind, I figured it out. You might want to check your "row 12" pattern instructions. I think some directions from Row 13 got added to Row 12 in error.
Love this neck warmer! Can't wait to finish it!

Craftybegonia said...

Thank you so much Jenny! You were right. I have deleted what was left of row 12 and now everything is clear. I love this neckwarmer too. I love the retro look and am planning to make a similar one but am still mulling over the pattern in my mind.