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Crocheted Neck Wrap Scarf

Posted on November 13, 2010


I present my crocheted neck wrap scarf. It is crocheted in the round and just slips over your head. As shown, it can be worn up over the chin and nose. It would make an excellent neck warmer and face warmer for winter and for snowmobiling.

You can make it smaller and larger as desired by just adjusting your beginning chain. I have made several of these and found the snugger fitting ones work better for staying up on the nose. You can wear it just around the neck but this scarf gives you the option of pulling it up around the chin and nose to keep you extra warm.

This is a very quick and easy project that uses less than 3 ounces of worst weight yarn. These neck wrap scarves make excellent gifts and would be a great Christmas gift too. Enjoy the free crochet pattern below.


Crocheted Neck Wrap Scarf

Finished adult scarf measures: 11” wide by 7-1/2” long
Hook: Metal “G” (4.25 mm) US sized crochet hook
Materials: 3 oz – Camo Super Saver Worsted Yarn

Rnd 1
Ch 65 loosely and then join to the beginning to create a circle. Be carefully that your chain is not twisted when you join the first round.

Tip:
Check fit after first round. Make sure if slips easily over your head. Make your chain longer or shorter to get the correct fit.

Rnd 2-13
Ch 2, Dc in each st around and join with sl st to top of ch 2. Make sure your circle is flat and that your chain isn’t twisted.

Continue repeating for 13 rounds. If you want a shorter or longer wrap, just do less rounds or add more rounds as desired. Finish off and weave under ends.

If you have any questions or find discrepancies in this pattern, please email me using contact tab above.

Abbreviations:
Ch – Chain
Dc – Double Crochet
FO – Finish Off
Rnd – Round
Sl St – Slip Stitch
St – Stitch

This pattern is copyrighted by Cindy of My Recycled Bags {dot com} and may only be used for private individual use. No commercial sales or use of my patterns or photos are permitted. Links to this pattern are acceptable and appreciated. ©2010

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7 Responses to “Crocheted Neck Wrap Scarf”

  1. Snowcatcher
    Nov 15, 2010

    I love it! We mailed out military gifts last weekend, so I don’t have time to get some of these done for that project this year, but this will be so awesome for next year!


  2. Beth
    Nov 26, 2010

    Yes! In the Army we called them Gator Necks. I always loved my Gator Neck, especially while stationed in Korea. One made of a nice cozy yarn would have been wayyyy better than polypropelene (sp?). Thanks for linking it up to Fibers on Friday!


  3. Cheryl Moore
    Feb 19, 2012

    This is perfect! This is what I was looking for a pattern to make for my son and my for husband. Thank you! :)


  4. Cathy
    Nov 03, 2012

    Thank you! My son asked for one of these to use while hunting and I’ve been looking for pattern ideas since I am a novice crocheter. The only difference is that he asked for a mouth slit. Again,thank you!


  5. Cindy
    Nov 03, 2012

    Cathy, thank you. This pattern is pretty straight-forward and easy to follow. To add a mouth slit, just figure out what round is about right for where he’d like the slit. Then skip the number of stitches you want to equal the length of the mouth slit. Chain the number of stitches you skipped minus one stitch. Then continue crocheting around and when you reach the chain just work one DC stitch in each stitch of the chain. This should work to create the mouth opening. Please email me back should you need any further help.


  6. Karen
    Jan 08, 2014

    How can I make sure that first round chain isn’t twisted


  7. Cindy
    Jan 09, 2014

    Karen – When you join the two ends together, just look at it and make sure it’s flat and not twisted somewhere along the chain. I usually lay it down and flatten it out so I can see it better and then join it together so I know its all flat.

    Hope this helps. Best wishes and let me know if you have any other questions as you work the project.



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