A little back story on this pattern…
I go to Shepherd’s Harvest in Lake Elmo every spring. The weather is always notoriously cold and damp. This past spring, I had the crazy idea that I would knit a neckwarmer to wear to the festival. I started knitting around 10:30 and had it blocking just after midnight. The next morning, I wove in the ends while waiting for my ride and proudly kept my neck cozy throughout the day. Now that the weather is turning cold yet again, it’s become one of my daily accessories.
A slightly sinister twist on this modern classic accessory. Half stockinette & half garter stitch construction lends a subtle tilt to this quick, easy knit. Pattern can be easily adjusted for any weight of yarn, from Sock to Bulky 🙂
Simple V-shaped neckwarmer fits comfortably around your neck and can either be fastened with buttons or tied like bandana. Use two or more skeins for a shawlette to drape over your shoulders. Either are sure to keep you fashionably warm.
Pattern, text and photography Copyright © 2011 Kristy Childress, MountGigantic.com
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