Hook size: 4.00mm
Sc sts are worked into the back loops only thus producing a stretch rib effect. This creates air pockets to hold in the warmth. Use a yarn suitable to be worn close to the skin. Soft and cosy.
1. Ch 2, 3 sc into the 2nd ch. Ch 1, turn work.
2. 1 sc into the 1st st, sc to the end. Ch 1., turn work. In this manner keep increasing 1 st at the beginning of each row until 20 sc. 1 ch, turn work.
3. Work 1 row sc (no increase).
4. Sc into 2nd sc and until the end of the row (decreasing 1 st). Continue decreasing in this manner until 10 sts remain.
5. Work straight for 8 rows.
6. Follow the increase row until 20 sts are reached.
7. Work straight for a further 70 rows (or to length req)
8. Follow the decrease row until 10 sts remain.
9. Work straight for 8 rows.
10. Follow the increase row until there are 20 sts.
11. Follow the decrease row until there are 2 sts left. Cast off.
1. Attach your yarn to one back ridge side of the 10 sc sts. Pick up and sc along 10 back ridges.
2. Sc a further 10 rows.
3. Slip st into the other end of the 10 rows you attached to, thus creating a loop for passing the other end of your neck warmer through. Sew in the end of yarn.
Your neck warmer is complete.
Pass one end through the loop and Voila!