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Knitting Pattern for Neck Gaitor

Knitting Pattern for Neck Gaitor

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This is a simple and fast pattern, it is multifunctional, and suitable for male or female, young or old. Now you can have one item to carry instead of hat and scarf when cold.
Easy to knit, suitable for beginners.
This is a simple and fast pattern, it is multifunctional, and suitable for male or female, young or old. Now you can have one item to carry instead of hat and scarf when cold.
Easy to knit, suitable for beginners.

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Published by: knittingdragonflies on Jul 11, 2009
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At my house we are always walking dogs. We developed a rule, if you walkanywhere, you take the dogs. Yes I am known as the "Dog Lady" in ourneighborhood, I like to think my neighbors don't think of me as the "crazy dog lady"Smiles.....It's amazing what you learn when walking several routes, numerous times a day.Remember it is always that person out with their dog that istestifying to a crime of some type. We have reported two attempted burglaries, of course we poop andscoop, so I always think I am fairly safe due to the fact that I have several largedogs with me and am usually carrying at least 12 pounds of heavy duty poo.All of these adventures result in the never ending quest for appropriate outer wearof all kinds of weather. Too hot, too cold, icy, wet, and windy.We walk multiple dogs, so our hands are not free. My latest pattern is a multi-tasking one. A Hat, Neck Gator and I have even pulled it up over my face inextreme windy/cold conditions. If you don't need it this long, make it shorter, andwoo hoo, you will be done even faster! Then it turns into a cap.This pattern has the flexibility of being:1-A turtle neck like neck gator, make yours shorter if you don't want it to roll over.
 
2-Pull this up over your nose, while around your neck3-Just scrunchie it around your neck, and pull it down lower into your coat.4-Use the draw string and tighten that up, then pull on for a hat, I made mine longenough that the hat edge can fold over, if you want, or let it stick up like a ski hat.Make yours shorter if you want a simple cap.
Neck Gator/Hat pattern
This is heavy duty, suitable for some of the worst weather, and quick to knit, easyalso.yarn: I used two types held together, a worsted weight 100% wool, and a texturalhand spun wool. I estimate each ball was 3 oz or approx. 158 yards each.
 
 needles: size 11 US or 8mm circular, or the needle size you need to make gauge.stitch: standard rib,knit 2, purl 2stitch, and acrochet chainstitch for the drawstring (optional, you can usea cord that you can buy)gauge: 8 stitches, 11 rows, 4 inch squareFits an average adult size head, approx. 19-23 inches.

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