Monday, June 25, 2012

City Neckwarmer - free crochet pattern

I use this pattern to teach a 2 session class. Leaving the students with homework, the practice of repeating rows and becoming comfortable with crocheting. This pattern teaches the students to begin and create a new row, and basic increasing. Much more fun than the standard scarf or washcloth for beginners. Feel free to try it for your beginner crochet class, makes a great first project. FOR PDF DOWNLOAD CLICK HERE Copyright © 2012 Donna Rutledge-Okoro, all rights reserved. No pattern or other material may be reproduced or distributed – mechanically, electronically, or by any other means, including photocopying and posting to websites – without written permission from Donna Rutledge-Okoro. Pattern is for personal use only, however, you may sell finished items made from this pattern but please reference pattern source in ALL online listings. Do not post photos of construction. For email assistance and/or corrections, please contact Donna Rutledge Okoro at:


  1. Just beautiful and I love the tutorial! Can't wait to make myself one :)
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Thank you so much! I'm going to try this out for my grandmother's 75th birthday present and maybe one for me! :)

  3. i'm working on this beautiful scarf for xmas present and it's very simple and clear...but....just only 26 chains???? ^_^_

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  5. Just used your pattern to create a beautiful scarf as a Christmas present for my sister! Thank you so much! This is a beautiful patter!

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  7. Thank you for the this scarf especially for a beginner......and I like your site. I'll be back.

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    1. You are free to post your finished project, thanks for including the link as well!