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Cozy Neck Warmer

By: Onix Terevinto

Looking for a knit neck warmer pattern? Look no further! This cozy neck warmer pattern from Onix Terevinto has the easiest neck warmer instructions, you're sure to make lots of cute ones!

You can find this beginner knit pattern, along with several other easy knitting patterns, in our free eBook, Learn How to Knit for Beginners:  27 Easy Knitting Patterns.

Cozy Neck Warmer


  • Knitting needles #10 1/2
  • Handspun wool, multiple (7 + 5) gauge is not important
  • Buttons (optional)


  1. Cast on 19 stiches.
  2. Work first 6 rows with seed stitch pattern.
  3. Rows 1, 3, and 5- *(k1, p1) twice, k1, p2, repeat from * once, end with (k1, p1) twice, k1.
  4. Rows 2, 4, and 6- *(k1, p1) twice, repeat from * once, end (k1, p1) twice, k1.
  5. Row 7- purl.
  6. Row 8- knit.
  7. Repeat rows 1 to 8 until the neck warmer measures approxamitely 30 inches.
  8. Bind off loosely.
  9. Button holes are optional.
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The equal signs do not belong in the address at the end.

This is actually a Red Heart pattern and the correct instructions are at http// == df

Why have there been no answers to the problem of rows, 2,4,6 not having the same amount of stitches as 1,3,5? I want very much to make this but something is missing. Can someone please fill me in? How have others made it?

The pattern for the Cozy Neck Warmer seems to have an error. Rows 2,4 and 6 only have 13 stitches and they need 19. Does anyone know what has been left out? I want very much to make this but need that info. Also, 19 sts seems like a very small neck warmer. anyone else have a problem with that? I saw 2 other people ask the same ? but I haven't seen any answers. Please comment here with your answers. Thanks, Jill

I've made a similare version of this neck warmer and it looks great and is very practical as it stays put without the loose ends that tend to unwind with longer scarves. I would not make button holes just sew the buttons in place; it is easy to pull over your head without musing up your hair and stays put. I also used 3 buttons and 1 large button instead of two. I had a collection of extra buttons that come with various clothing that I've purchased over time and used three suede buttons on dark purple scarf and then one large pearl button on a mauve heather tone yarn.

I haven't made it yet.

I don't see the instructions for the button holes it said it was optional I would like the pattern for the button holes. I think the buttons will sets it off. Also how much material is needed?

@megellibletsch 2313475 , I'm sorry to hear of your trouble. I have two options for you: 1. You can contact the pattern designer directly for help. The designer is specified in the byline. 2. I might also suggest that you try posting your question to our sites Facebook page. It is monitored by the editor and is a great resource for helpful tips and suggestions from our Facebook friends; perhaps they can offer some guidance! Here is the link: --editors of FaveCrafts

Addressing elizaeh question: *(k1, p1) twice, knit three, repeat from * once, end (k1, p1) twice, k1. I did not write the original pattern but have just completed my first one. Also I previously commented (but has not yet appeared on this site) that this pattern will not produce the finished piece as illustrated. It would require you to cast on at least 26 stitches to create the size and pattern shown. There should be four repeats of the 'boxes of seeds' to look like the picture. I will try again with 26 stitches.

I do not see where rows 2,4, and 6 have 19 sts. I only count 13 sts. and how to make 2 button holes

I would like to make this with the button holes, but the directions for them are not included.

I do not see where rows 2,4, and 6 have 19 sts. I only count 13 sts.

Please email me the amount of yarn needed for the cozy neck

This Cozy Neck Warmer looks amazing. I can't wait to get to knitting this! I'll make sure I post a comment when I'm done knitting this.


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