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Monday, January 16, 2012

Lattice Crochet Neck Warmer

I thought I would share my latest crochet project with you 

The pattern I used can be found here
Having had such interest in this scarf I thought I would add further information for you. I have not been able to remember the wool or the size hook I used. I made the one bellow using Patons Fab Big wool and a 10mm hook. The pattern was changed, I only chained 20 so the width was 10" and the length was 37". It was so quick to make! I hope you like it!


49 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love this!! Did you follow the pattern exactally? It looks different in the other picture.
Tiff

Catherine said...

It was in fact a bit shorter than the pattern but I used thicker wool (I think). I am rather new to crochet so I might have gone wrong but I did try to follow the pattern. Really glad you like it.

Highland Monkey's said...

That is fab. Looks lovely and cosy.
Your wedding cake is absolutely gorgeous.

Anonymous said...

I love this one oppose to the one on ravelry. what is the length and width of yours?

Catherine said...

Thanks It is 33" X 8"

Rebecca B said...

Love this one- what kind of wool did you use?

Emma Jacobs said...

i like yours more then the original pattern :) it's looser en has more"body" very nice!

Sarah said...

May I ask what size hook and what weight of yarn you used for this? The yarn recommended in the pattern no longer exists. (I tried to google it.) Thank you!

Lily Razz said...

You made such a pretty scarf! Great job! I'd love to make one for myself! (I hope you don't mind mine will be inspired by yours!)

Caroline said...

Your version is soo much prettier...have you posted details of your version?

Shebby said...

I also like yours better. I would also like details. What yarn, what size hook. It almost looks like you used chenille. Can you please give details. Thanks so much.

Anonymous said...

I would love details on your version as well. What type yarn, 1 strand or 2 held together, size needle. It is absolutely beautiful. It would make a great Christmas present for my sister and friends. :o)

Catherine said...

Hi all I am glad you love it. As for the yarn and the size hook used I will have to get back to you. I will have to go to the shop where I got the yearn from to let you know and experiment with the hook size. Hopefully going to the shop tomorrow!!!

Anonymous said...

I can play with the hook size .. what kind of wool did you use?

Carmen said...

If you sold these I would totally buy one!

Anonymous said...

Love it! Waiting on wool type! Great job :-) I agree with Carmen, if you sold this I would buy one!

Maggie said...

Yours is so much prettier than the one on the instruction page!

Anonymous said...

Omg... I'm not English speaking, that's why I totally don't understand the second row :( Is it the same like the first one, like some box pattern.. or what?
Can someone help me?
(Row 2: DC in each DC and CH1 space across. CH 2 Turn)

Anonymous said...

(cont.)
if so, how do you do the 3 row? It leaves big gaps and isn't so tight as in the picture...

Jennifer Ness said...

@anonymous-I'm a fairly beginner crocheted when it comes to reading patterns, but I looked at the pattern on ravelry. On the second row you should DC in the first 2 stitches, which should be DC, then DC in the chain 1 space from row 1 when you skipped a chain. Then DC in each DC and chain 1 from row 1. Then in row 3 you will be alternately stitching in the front post, then back post. Front post, back post. All the way to the end then DC, chain 2, and turn. Row 4 is worked the same but starts with DC in th back post. Hope that's right and helps!

Anonymous said...

Hi Catherine!

I love your scarf!! Were you able to find out the name of the type of yarn you used and hook size? I would love to make this for my sister for Christmas. Thank you!

Catherine said...

To those of you who were waiting on the yarn type and hook size, I am really sorry I just can't work out what I used. However, I have referenced the yarn and the hook size for the second one I did. Sorry

Pam Jackson said...

wow...I love that. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

I would love to buy one if you would be willing to make another.

Let me know,
7krtm@queensu.ca

Olivia said...

Hi i love your scarf! i was so inspired by yours i wanted to start crocheting myself. Would there be any way you could post step by step instructions? Thanks

Unknown said...

I would totally buy this if you sold them on etsy!!!! Sooo beautiful!!!

Angela

Anonymous said...

Pattern???

New Beginnings Photography said...

I just downloaded the pattern from ravelry and I can't wait to make it!! =D I'll post a link to a picture when I'm done! =)

Rebecca Graham said...

Where did you get the buttons you used? And what size are they? I'm making 20 if these for a residential home for girls with eating disorders for christmas!!

Anonymous said...

Where did you get that necklace in the first picture?? I LOVE it!! :)

the momma (aka Shannon) said...

found this on pinterest--it's just lovely! i'm hoping to make one for myself...you know...once i get all 4000000 of my other projects finished! haha!
thanks again!

Rachel said...

your scarf is delightful :)
do you know where you got the metal body thing to show your scarf on? I crochet as well and make a lot of scarves but don't have anything pretty like that to put mine on to take pictures with .
Thanks :)

grlsmiley said...

just beautiful and i am so much quicker with crochet. thank you for sharing

Anonymous said...

I have a question for this pattern. I've started, I also chained 20 (I'm using a bulky yarn and large hook). I chained 20, then DC in second chain from hook. I'm assuming then I'll have 19 stitches across for the entire project. That means I start with a FPDC and finish with a FPDC, therefore the 4th row is supposed to be a BPDC but it wouldn't make the lattice effect. Am I missing something? It's just not adding up.

Angela Bobst said...

For Sale? ~ Angela

Anonymous said...

By using this yarn, you made a magnificent scarf, congratulations!
Annabelle
(Abuelaloca in Ravelry)

Anonymous said...

Im with Anonymous from Dec 5th.. I chained the 20 at first and now at row 3 and 4 am not getting a lattice, but instead just rows of BPDC and FPDC. Is it correct to just switch the pattern to make it lattice bec of the original chain 20 or did I do something wrong?

Teri O. said...

I made this and I love the way it turned out. I followed the pattern to the T and I agree, it's not a lattice. I still love the way it turned out!! And my friend that I'm giving it to is going to love it!!

Teri O. said...

After looking at the first picture really close, it looks like the first row was double crochet, chain one, and the second and remaining rows were worked as a double crochet in the open chain and chain one until desired length. I made mine in black with silver buttons and like I said, I love the way it turned out!!

Anonymous said...

Trying to find the pattern, looked quickly through the comments, but I didn't see it...Where can I find the pattern, love it.

Anonymous said...

the pattern is here...

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lattice-crochet-neck-warmer

Anonymous said...

I am re-learning crochet after 25 years of doing none, so I'm very rusty. Can anyone tell me whether the Ravelry pattern directions have those square button holes along the edging? I'm not reading it right, I think. Thank you!

Kay said...

I realize this is an older post so I hope you find my question! First, your cowl is beautiful! My question, how much yarn is needed to crochet the cowl?

rapeepun smitamorn said...

I found picture of scarf that I really like but I had no idea how to make it. I tried so many stiches to make it work. I hope anyone can help me :)

Ilona said...

I've just finished making this scarf for my daughter, I doubled the yarn ro make it chunkier but used the same number of stitches in my starting chain as I wanted it to cover her shoulders. It ended up being quite a bit longer to fit properly, but it's beautiful! Oh btw it is a double crochet lattice, it's easy to do and the effect is lovely!

Anonymous said...

Could you show a picture of what it looks like unwrapped?

Lily Razz said...
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Lily Razz said...

Happy that we've got it all sorted out. I'm still in love with your version of the pattern, you did an amazing job!

Anonymous said...

Please...still waiting, what kind of yarn did you use and what size of hook?