Warm necks are a necessity in the winter. If my neck is cold it feels like the cold just seeps down the rest of me. Scarves and cowls and shawls are my friends. There’s something so comforting about wrapping up in warmth in the winter. So crochet some warm neck patterns and be comfy.
Here are the names and links to seven free warm neck patterns.
1) Crochet Dragon Wing Scarf by Jessie At Home
“I have had so many requests for a crochet version of the Dragon Wing Cowl, that I just had to oblige! So here it is: the Dragon Wing Scarf.”
2) Lavender Kisses Cowl by Moogly
“Soft, feminine, delicate, cozy, warm, and pretty – the Lavender Kisses Cowl is all these things, as well as a free crochet pattern on Moogly!”
3) Lansdowne Cowl by Sincerely, Pam
“This cowl begins smaller up at the neck, and then increases as you work towards the bottom, allowing for some awesome drape and more coverage around the chest, perfect for chilly Northern Ontario winters!”
4) Gold Leaf Infinity Scarf by Fiber Flux
“The Gold Leaf Infinity Scarf is lacy and luxurious with fabulous drape. Worked up in soft yarn in a beautiful fan stitch, this scarf adds a bit of subtle luxury to any outfit.”
5) Lorelai Scarf by Blackstone Designs
“Inspired by the Gilmore Girls whacky sense of style and love of scarves.”
6) Autumn Ripple Crochet Scarf Pattern by Petals to Pecots
“This Autumn Ripple crochet scarf pattern makes for a great project for any experience level! It’s a perfect beginner project because it only takes one stitch and some increases and decreases to get an awesome ripple effect.”
7) The Uptown Blanket Scarf by YARNutopia
“I love creating new designs for Nate, but this piece isn’t just for the guys in your life! This can be made for anyone.”
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