Peter Pan Collar Crochet Pattern

Peter Pan Collar Crochet Pattern

Peter Pan Collar Crochet Pattern
Peter Pan Collar Crochet Pattern

"If you’re feeling motivated and are looking for the perfect project to start off this season, look no further than the Crochet Peter Pan Collar. It’s simple and fun, and the perfect way to get that creative energy flowing! The Crochet Peter Pan Collar is a child’s whimsical dream come true, fitting ages x-x. This collar makes a wonderful gift for your sweet niece who is coming to visit you for the holidays or those adorable grandkids who have blessed your life in more ways than you can count. The collar has a scalloped edge, and a cute ribbon closure in the front. And because the collar is so customizable, it can be paired with numerous other goodies you make for the sweet children in your life!"

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge14 sc= 4”

Finished Size19” length at closure, 21” around the bottom, 3” width

Materials List

  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle
  • Color-coordinated ribbon (two 12” pieces)
  • Sewing needle
  • Thread

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My Mother made a lot of the Peter Pan crochet collars when she first picked the hobby back up in the late 90's. I can tell you that I was a fashionista on campus with all of the different collars that I had. I still have them come to think of it. I need to pull out that packed crochet tote and start wearing them again.

Most people dont remember that back in the day when I was a little girl, individual collars were quite the thing for ladies garments. I especially remember my mom having a favorite red cashmere sweater that she could dress up or down depending on the detachable collar. I was surprised to see it posted here because the only other places Ive seen them is in old timey crochet books.


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