Saranac neck warmer
Saranac neck warmer
12 ply yarn (worsted weight) 1 x 50gm ball
5.00 mm hook (H/8)
Button or buttons
American abbreviations used
Saranac stitch= 1st row slip st (slip stitch loosely through out pattern)
2nd row hdc through both loops
3rd row slip st in back loops only
row 2 and row 3 form the Saranac pattern
Worked width ways, ending ch 1 is turning ch only
Either side of this garment can be used as the front side.
Neck warmer can be made longer if required.
Button placement is optional, I made a small chain on one side to hook onto the button on the other side.
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1. sl st in 2nd chain from hook and in each ch across, ch 1 turn
2. 1 hdc in first sl st and in each sl st across, ch 1 turn (19 hdc)
3. sl st in back loops of first and next 17 hdc across, ch 1 turn
4. 1 hdc in both loops of first sl st and in each sl st across, ch 1 turn (18 hdc)
5. sl st in back loops of first and next 16 hdc across, ch 1 turn
6. repeat row 4 (17 hdc)
7. sl st in back loops of first and next 15 hdc across, ch 1 turn
8. repeat row 4 (16 hdc)
9. sl st in back loops of first and next 14 hdc across, ch 1 turn
10. repeat row 4 (15 hdc)
11. sl st in back loops of first and next 13 hdc across, ch 1 turn
12. repeat row 4 (14 hdc)
13. sl st in back loops of first and next 12 hdc across, ch 1 turn
14. repeat row 4 (13 hdc)
15. sl st in back loops of first and next 11 hdc across, ch 1 turn
16. repeat row 4 (12 hdc)
17. sl st in back loops of first and next 11 hdc across, ch 1 turn
18. repeat row 4 (12 hdc)
19. to 34 repeat rows 17 to 18
35. 1 sc in first st and in each st across, finish off.
You can use 1 large button or 2 or 3 smaller buttons. Button placement is entirely up to you. I folded down my flap and sewed a button on the flap it’s self and made a chain length to suit the button size for fastening.
Another option is to sew the buttons under the flap area so the opposite end of the neck warmer sits under the flap. Enjoy the pattern