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Chunky Button-Up Neck Warmer V3

Chunky Button-Up Neck Warmer V3

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Published by Susan Flockhart
A simple knitting pattern for a chunky, button-up neck warmer that may be worn in a variety of ways.
A simple knitting pattern for a chunky, button-up neck warmer that may be worn in a variety of ways.

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Published by: Susan Flockhart on Feb 04, 2009
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05/10/2014

 
Chunky Button-up Neck Warmer
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Susan Flockhart. 2009
 
This large, soft neck warmer knits up quickly using a bulky weight mohair yarnsuch as Patons Divine. A cross between a cowl, a cape and a neck warmer, theinclusion of an open seam with buttonholes offers many versatile ways to wearthe finished item.The main body is ribbed, with eyelets inserted every 4 rows.
(I’d like to credit F.Pea here as it was her free Ravelry pattern entitled ‘Quickie Cowl’ that gave methe idea to include eyelets).
As well as looking pretty, I feel they add a touch of lightness to the neck warmer.The buttons and buttonholes sit along a flat band of 3 knit stitches at either endof the neck warmer. For clean, straight edges, the first knit stitch of each rowcan be slipped purl-wise (with the exception of the buttonhole rows, as detailedbelow).
Materials and Equipment:Yarn:
1 ball of Patons Divine (or equivalent bulky weight yarn)
Needles:
US 10.5 / 6.5mm (or size to achieve gauge)
Buttons:
Three buttons of choice (25–30mm in diameter)
Gauge:
11 stitches and 18 rows per 4” (10cm) squarein main ribbing pattern
Size:
Approx 10” x 27” (unbuttoned)
 
 
Chunky Button-up Neck Warmer
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Susan Flockhart. 2009
 
Instructions:
Cast on 76, loosely, using cable cast on.Follow the main 4-row stitch pattern (below) 10 times.
 At the same time:
 
insert buttonholes along one edge as follows:
 
R9: K2tog, YO, K1, (work in pattern for remainder of row)R20: work in pattern to last 3 stitches, K1, YO, K2togR32: work in pattern to last 3 stitches, K1, YO, K2togAfter 40 rows, bind off looselyWeave in ends and attach buttons of choice
Main 4-row Stitch Pattern:R1 (RS):
S1, K2, *K3, P2 (repeat from * to last 3 stitches), K3
R2:
S1, K2, *K2, P3 (repeat from * to last 3 stitches), K3
R3:
S1, K2, *K1, YO, K2tog, P2 (repeat from * to last 3 stitches), K3
R4:
S1, K2, *K2, P3 (repeat from * to last 3 stitches), K3
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