THE FLEUR NECK WARMER

Welcome back to my blog and to another fun pattern for you! This one here was so fun to put together! It is simple but stylish! I used one skein of Impeccable Solid yarn on Pale Gray from Michaels. It is soft and I really enjoy that line of yarn.

This project was inspired by The Fleur Ear warmer crochet pattern I released last week! You can make both patterns and create a cute set for yourself or to gift someone special!

The pattern was created with simplicity in mind because as a mom I want to be stylish and wear cute stuff but most of the time I am more practical in my clothing. In the winter I wear my favorite hoodies with the zipper in the front. I already tried it with this neck warmer and it lays nicely tucked inside my hoodie! I can easily zip up my jacket and still have the warmth without anything bulging in the chest area!

But there are other times that I do love a classic long scarf and this is so fun to continue to make mindlessly watching a favorite show or have a conversation without losing your stitch count. This can be increased in length maybe 2-3 skeins worth and add tassels to both sides! ( Looking forward to working on this version next 🙂 )

I hope you enjoy this pattern!

Feel free to post pictures of your finished projects and/or links to your shops so all can see! I love when you tag me @arianaehall on all social media! Thank you for purchasing this pattern and for your support! I hope you enjoy it! Happy Crocheting!

Please no sharing pictures or patterns are allowed. Feel free to make as many to sell and gift. I just ask to give credit to Ariana Hall. Thank you!

Materials

  • J – 6.oo mm crochet hook
  • Medium weight (#4) yarn – Approx. 253 yards – I used Impeccable Yarn in Pale Gray (Michaels)
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • Stitch marker (optional)
  • Measuring Tape
  • 1 button Approx 1 inch ( Have fun with this one!)

Gauge

CH 16

Row 1 – SL ST in the first 2nd CH from the hook, [*HDC in the next CH, SL ST in the next CH space.] Repeat from * ending with a SL ST (15) . CH 2 and turn.

Row 2 – SL ST in the first st (in the previous sl st), [*HDC in the next st, SL ST in the next st.]

Repeat from * ending with a SL ST (15) . CH 2 and turn.

Row 3 – 18 – Repeat Row 2 for 18 rows for 4 ” in

length and width

Abbreviations

Stitches:

CH – chain

ST – stitch (stitch space)

Sl St – slip stitch

HDC – half double crochet

Other:

F.O: fasten off

I have YouTube tutorials for beginners if you need guidance for the stitches named above.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuWQd_rk8KzRLcIOzCbiffmm8-TcKo5sP

Notes:

  • Chains at the beginning of each round DO NOT count as a stitch.
  • You will always HDC in the previous HDC’s and Sl St in the previous Sl St’s and end in sl st every time.
  • Stitch markers are optional but useful when working with sl st’s on the ends.
  • I have a tight tension when I crochet but I try and keep my stitches loose when it comes to making a sl st. Helps to work a little easier in the next row.
  • Using different yarn weights may alter the size of the pattern. If you wish to make it less or more in width just make sure you have odd-numbered stitches so you always begin and end with a Sl St to keep the edges nice and straight.

Pattern

Start here

CH 24

Row 1 – SL ST in the 2nd CH from the hook, [*HDC in the next CH, SL ST in the next CH space.] Repeat from * ending with a SL ST (23). CH 2 and turn.

Row 2 – SL ST in the first st (in the previous sl st), [*HDC in the next st, SL ST in the next st.] Repeat from * ending with a SL ST (23). CH 2 and turn.

Repeat Row 2 for 128 rows or until you reach the length of approximately 37″ (inches) with no stretch.

When you reach length, Fasten off and leave a long piece of yarn for sewing.

Other Scarf alternatives with this pattern are, continuing to increase the length for a classic long scarf which would be totally cute too! (keep in mind this alternative may take 2-3 balls of the required yarn)

Assembly

  • Lay the scarf flat with the tail you FO with is on the top right corner. (Picture ‘A’)
  • Grab the two corners from the right and fold them toward you, place them in the center. (Picture ‘B’)
  • Now take the left two corners and place them on top of the other half. Align the bottom two corners and edges. ( picture ‘C’)
  • Sew as the two sides and fasten off. arrows on picture “C” (picture ‘D’)
  • After finishing sewing both sides and weaved in the ends. Go ahead and fold the top edge to your liking. And add a button if you wish to the top corner where you FO for some flare. (Picture ‘E’)
Picture A
Picture B
Picture C
Picture D (1)
Picture D (2)
Picture E

Feel free to post pictures of your finished projects and/or links to your shops so all can see! I love when you tag me @arianaehall on all social media! Thank you for purchasing this pattern and for your support! I hope you enjoy it! Happy Crocheting!

Please no sharing pictures or patterns is allowed. Feel free to make as many to sell and gift. I just ask to give credit to Ariana Hall. Thank you!

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