The free Secret Garden neck warmer pattern is a quick, easy project to crochet as it typically works up in an evening or two. The detailed textures on this cowl change every round keeping the piece fresh and interesting to make. There are also notes in turning it into an infinity scarf! Find the free crochet pattern instructions below, or purchase a print-optimized, ad-free PDF by clicking here.
Winter chill is in the air but this flowery crochet neck warmer/infinity scarf pattern will having you dreaming of spring days. From the lacy stitches to the delicate petals on the ties, this is one accessory that fills the void between winter and spring fashions perfectly. You’ll want to be familiar with making shells, clusters, cross-stitches and working in the 3rd loop of a half-double crochet. Each stitch is explained in the pattern or pattern notes.
Since everyone’s style is slightly different I’ve included some notes for modifying the look of this design, and easily adjusting the length to turn it into an infinity scarf making it perfectly and uniquely yours. Find those tips in the “Additional Notes” section.
This crochet neck warmer pattern is part of the Make it For Me 2019 Event going on at Elk Studio during the month of January.
Every now and again we need to take the time out to make something just for ourselves. This event provides you with dozens of free creative crochet designs to make. I’m sure you’ll find several somethings you’ll love! Click on the link above if you want to visit the event page. Keep scrolling down to find the instructions to the free Secret Garden Neck Warmer.
If you want more tips for transforming your crochet into something you (and others) will love, I have an extra little gift below. Keep scrolling down if you want to get to the free cowl pattern instead.
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Working in the 3rd Loop of hdc – Instructions: Look at the top of the stitch, and locate the sideways “V”, bend the stitch to look at the back*, and you should see another “V”. You’ll be working into the back loop of that “V”, this is called the 3rd loop.
-If ruffles aren’t your thing you may leave that section off or put a round of crab stitch (reverse single crochet) along the bottom instead. Use a 4mm hook for this step if you decide to do it.
Secret Garden Neck Warmer Pattern (US Terms):
Repeat rounds 2-8 one more time.
Rounds 17-18: Repeat rounds 15-16 one more time.
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