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Jane, neck warmer
I did not include button holes in this pattern, the buttons can easily slip through the stitches but if you insist, I say that a simple yarn over followed by a P2tog should do it)

Gauge

2 ½ stitches per inch/2,5 cm or if you prefer 10 inches= 4 inches/10 cm

Abbreviations:

P: Purl

K: Knit

St: stitch

* *: repeat the instructions between the asterisks

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  • Step 1

    Instructions:

    Loosely cast on 47. Then follow the chart below until the neck warmer measures 12 inches/30 cm:

    Row 1 (right side): P1, *K1, P3* until the last 2 sts, K1, P1
    Row 2: P2, *P1, K1, P2* until the last st, P

  • How to make a neck warmer. Jane Neck Warmer - Step 2
    Step 2

    Sewn bind off: Measure the neck warmer (make sure to stretch it out) then multiply the results by three. Break the yarn leaving the amount you've just calculated (ex: my neck warmer warns 70 cm wide so I left 210 cm when I cut the yarn). Thread the tapestry needle and then bind off using using the technique below:

    Pass the needle in the fist two sts from right to left, pull the threads through.

  • How to make a neck warmer. Jane Neck Warmer - Step 3
    Step 3

    Pass the needle through the first needle from left to right, pull the thread through. Slip the first stitch off the needle.

    Repeat these last two instructions until the end of the row.

  • How to make a neck warmer. Jane Neck Warmer - Step 4
    Step 4

    Break off the yarn leaving 6 inches/15 cm. Weave in the ends.

    Sew the buttons on the right side of the neck warmer, the first and last about half an inch (1,2 cm) from the top and bottom, and half an inch (1,2 cm) from the edge using the sewing needle and thread of if you can do it, using the left over yarn. And that's it, enjoy Miss Jane.

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Roxanne M.
Roxanne M. · Chicago, Illinois, US · 27 projects
making a crochet version of this now! Happy
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Roxanne M.
Roxanne M. · Chicago, Illinois, US · 27 projects
it looks ssoo comfy!!! im getting those needles andareallly nice yarn thank you for sharing!!!
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sharpknives
sharpknives · Chicago, Illinois, US · 6 projects
that's awesome. i need new needles but then i'm makin one of these!!
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1397 projects
I really really need to make one of these, I'm so cold here in Scotland!
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Shannon A.
Shannon A.
beautifully done! Not to mention, it looks wonderful on you. I've added this to my knit list!
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Vanna
Vanna · Santa Barbara, California, US · 2 projects
that is SO cute! I really need to learn how to knit now!
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LaLaHappy
LaLaHappy · Florida, New York, US
It looks so comfy. Thank you for sharing. I am off to find the perfect yarn and cast on tonight. Happy
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