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Diamond Lattice Neckwarmer crochet pattern

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Diamond Lattice Neckwarmer is an original PlanetJune Accessories crochet pattern by June Gilbank.

A striking lattice texture that's bold enough for a man to wear, but isn't too chunky for ladies, this is a fast project - you can whip one up in an evening - that looks far more complicated than it really is (shh, don't tell!).

This neckwarmer will keep you toasty warm without the length and bulk of a full scarf, and it makes a lovely gift that's sure to be appreciated.

The pattern includes full stitch diagrams as well as clear written instructions. If you've never used post stitches before, this pattern is a great introduction to them - you'll be an expert by the time you've completed your first neckwarmer.

Size: Neckwarmer measures 26" x 5", which fits a neck size of up to approx 16". Pattern includes instructions for resizing for an XL neck.

Difficulty: easy/intermediate

Yarn: worsted weight or DK yarn

  • Pink sample used approx 165yds (150m) of a heavy DK weight yarn: KnitPicks Gloss DK in Velveteen
  • Grey sample used approx 165yds (150m) of a light worsted weight yarn: Bernat Satin in Forest Mist Heather

Hook: US H / 5mm

You'll also need 2 buttons, approx 1" diameter.

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