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Crochet Lacey Charma Neck Warmer

By: Laura Wilson from traversebaycrochet.com
Crochet Lacey Charma Neck Warmer
Crochet Lacey Charma Neck Warmer

"This charming Charma neck warmer pattern is inspired my mother Charma. She doesn’t care for the bulkiness of a long scarf so I thought this would be a great alternative! You can also wear it around all day when it’s chilly and easily zip up a jacket over it for the outdoors. The lacey edging really makes it such a cute piece. The pattern is written for medium worsted weight yarn and bulky weight yarn and uses a size I crochet hook. Enjoy the free pattern!"

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Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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The difference between a scarf and a cowl is pretty noticeable, but neck warmers sort of get short shrift. Theyre actually my favorite because I can wear them UNDER my coat. They dont take up any more room than a regular sweater or shirt, and theres very little chance of losing it or dragging in on the ground. I cant stand turtlenecks, so this is the next best thing for keeping the cold off the back of my neck.

This cowl is crocheted as a rectangle and then you actually fit it around your neck for the best fit so that you know where to join the ends together- for your perfect fit! The finishing touch is indeed the pretty faux lacy border edging. The scarf I like the best is the modern black and gray striped one! Which one is your favorite? Certainly lots of options...

The other nice thing is that it takes such a small amount of yarn compared to a scarf that you could make one to match every coat. It wouldn't be hard to come up with some matching boot cuffs either.

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