Neck Warmer for a Rather Blustery Day

Fall is using a cold rain mixed with wind to blow the last leaves from the trees and I am finding that a little warmth around the neck helps to keep the chill away!   I sold the turquoise  neck-warmer at the craft fair and took an order for  another one with earth-tone browns and greens.  For this one I crocheted the buttons instead of using a pin. 

On to the next project:  Headbands/ear warmers.  Brrrrrrr!

To make your own neck-warmer click on the link below for the pattern.   To custom order  leave me a comment.

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12 Responses to Neck Warmer for a Rather Blustery Day

  1. Sharon says:

    Haven’t crocheted anything in several years. I saw your neck warmer and thought it is very nice. Your information said there was a link for the pattern if we wanted to try and make it. I wasn’t able to find the link. Would you please provide it.

    Thank you,

    • ninalee says:

      My apologies for the link not appearing. My webmaster has fixed it now. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

  2. Sharon says:


    I am still not finding the link to the pattern. I would appreciate your telling me what the link says and where it is located. Thanks so much for patience and sharing.


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