This Izzy Neck Warmer was inspired by a fictional book character named Izzy of the Chronicles of Izzy series by Michelle Graves. I love that series and that character, she is such an incredible woman who seriously kicks butt.
I have to add that this neck warmer was originally designed as part of a book release giveaway that was for the first book release of the Chronicles of Izzy, See How She Runs. The author asked for a original piece. This design is what I came up with. I was not paid for the design, as this was a donation on my part.
This is an incredibly simple and easy neck warmer that you can whip up in a matter of just an hour or two. It sits comfortably close to your neck and buttons up for closure. With the use of Red Heart Boutique Twilight in Lapis, the neck warmer feels soft against your skin and will provide great warmth on a blistery cold day or evening.
Want a PDF print version of this pattern? You can now get it for a small fee. Why a fee? While I want to provide as many free patterns for you as possible (I will have some paid patterns here and there), I’d also like to monetize my blog (I’m being honest here) and thus creating a small income for myself so that I can continue providing more free patterns.
Izzy Neck warmer
Yarn Used and Suggested:
Red Heart Boutique Twilight, #6 Super Bulky, 3.5 oz/100g, 59 yds/54m, 61% acrylic/25% nylon/9% polyester/5% metallic
Most #6 Super Bulky should work
Notions and other materials:
Needle for weaving in ends
2″ Button – need one
2 rows of dc = 2”
4 dc sts = 2”
22″ x 7″
Abbreviation of stitches used (US):
ch – chain; st(s) – stitch(es); sc – single crochet; dc – double crochet; FLO – front loop only; BLO – back loop only; sk – skip; rep – repeat; sp- space
Special Stitch Used:
No special stitches used
Ch3 counts as a dc.
Ch1 counts as a sc.
The last dc is always made in both loops of your last stitch which is the turning chain from previous row.You may use more than one button and place it where you feel it fits best.
Please feel free to email me at [email protected] with any questions.
Row 1: 1dc in 4th ch from hook, 1dc in each stitch across, turn, <14 dc>
Rows 2 – 3: ch3, *1dc in FLO, 1dc in BLO*, rep from * to * from 12x, 1dc in last st, turn, <14dc>
Row 4: ch3, 1dc in next 5 sts, ch2, sk 2 sts, 1dc in next 6 sts, turn, <12dc, 1 ch2 sp>
Row 5: ch3, 1dc in next 5 sts, 2dc in ch2 sp, 1dc in next 6 sts, turn <14dc>
Row 6 -7: Rep rows 2 and 3
Row 8: Rep row 4
Rows 9 – 20: Rep rows 5 – 8
Row 21: ch3, *1dc in FLO, 1dc in BLO*, rep from * to * 12x, 1dc in last st, turn, <14dc>
Row 22: ch1, 1sc in each st across, 14sc
Finish off and weave in ends.
Attach button to the center of the first dc row of the neck warmer.
Now, all you have to do is wear your neck warmer. 🙂
print a pdf copy of the pattern for a $1 Fee. You will receive a pdf copy via email from me.
You can now print a copy of this pattern for your pattern library for a minimal fee of $1. Once you pay via PayPal, you will receive a PDF copy via email. Why a fee? While I want to provide as many free patterns for you as possible (I will have some paid patterns here and there), I’d also like to monetize my blog (I’m being honest here) and thus creating a small income for myself so that I can continue providing more free patterns.
*DISCLAIMER* This post contains an Amazon link to where the book, the Chronicles of Izzy that inspired the neck warmer, can be purchased. It was not commissioned by the author.