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Chunky Neckwarmer

By: Bernat

Elegant and fashionable, this chunky neckwarmer from Bernat Yarns will add a statement to every jacket you pair it with. Be bold in red or use a lighter color for a softer look. For all skill levels, this lacy crochet pattern is a must-have.

Chunky Neckwarmer


  • Bernat® Softee Chunky
  • (Solids: 100 g/3.5 oz)
  • 1 ball of #39522 (Redwood)
    OR (Ombres: 80 g/2.8 oz) 2 balls
  • Crochet Hook: size 6 mm (U.S. J/10) or size needed to obtain gauge.
  • 3 buttons.

Approx 7 x 24 ins [18 x 61 cm].

11 sc and 13 rows = 4 ins [10 cm].

Ch 29.
1st row: (RS). 2 dc in 4th ch from hook (counts as 3 dc). *Miss next 3 ch. 1 sc in next ch. Ch 3. 1 dc in each of next 3 ch. Rep from * to last 4 ch. Miss next 3 ch. 1 sc in last ch. Turn.
2nd row: Ch 3 (counts as dc). 2 dc in first sc. Miss next 2 dc. 1 sc in next dc. Ch 3. 1 dc in each of next 3 ch. *Miss next sc and 2 dc. 1 sc in next dc. Ch 3. 1 dc in each of next 3 ch. Rep from * to last 4 sts. Miss next 3 sts. 1 sc in top of turning ch. Turn.
Rep last row for pat until work from beg measures 24 ins [61 cm], ending with a WS row. Fasten off.

With RS facing, join yarn with sl st to top of left edge. Work 1 row of sc evenly spaced down left side edge. Rep for right side edge.
Wrap neckwarmer around neck and mark button placement. Attach buttons, noting buttonholes will be created from openwork sts of pat.

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This is an awesome pattern.. Easy and looks so nice. I used it for gifts last year and everyone loved it.

I am new at crocheting and don't understand "Miss the next..." Thanks in advance for explaining Kim

I have made several of these and all the recipients loved them!

Could this be converted to a knit version? This is so much nicer than the button scarf wrap that is knit. Thanks

Love the scarf! It works up quickly and easily.

I made this, and where it says Miss next stitch, I think that Skip would be less confusing. I really did not have any problems with it though. It looks small but when you put it on it seems the right size. I guess if you want it bigger, you just use heavier thread or add extra rows. I like it.

I do not understand why you are having trouble on row 2. Maybe if you can tell me what you are having trouble with I could help. I made one up today in about 1 12 hours. I used Lion Brand Suede yarn and it turned out velvety!

I've been trying to contact you all about this for days but my account hadn't been activated and wouldn't let me in! Thankfully, I'm in now. I've made 5 of them and would love to help. I think the confusion comes from after turning and making 2 dc in the same sc as turning chain, you will see the 3 dc from the first row below. Counting from Right to Left, in the 3rd dc and ch 3. Then it says to make 3dc, well these are made in the ch 3 (sp) from the first row, below. Then just stretch over again to the Left and make a sc in the 3rd dc, ch 3, and again make the 3 dc's in the ch3 sp from below. It will look like 4 dc in the sp. Once you have it, you can whip these out in less than an hour. However, the tricky part is positioning the buttons! After several tries, I finally got it and then put little white stitches to show where I would put the buttons. Another tricky part is finding 3 big matching buttons for each one. I've made two red, two black and one white. I hope this helps and please let me know how it goes...thanks and good luck!

I too, am having trouble with row 2. I follow it exactly and it dosen't work. Please advise.

I had trouble with this one at first too. It doesn't read quite right. At the end of row 1 you need to end with the single stitch like you would in the begging of the repeat part. Chain 3 and turn. 2 dc in the base of the turning chain, skip 2 dc then sc in the top of the next dc. I just finished my and it looks great. Good luck with your, I hope this helped. -L

I am following this pattern to the tee and it is not working out. I s anyone else having problems with this pattern. I may need more instructions when I get to row 2. I really need help with this.


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