Pattern: Whirlwind (neckwarmer)


Another pattern, so soon? This is a neckwarmer pattern that I wrote last year. It’s knitted in a very easy spiral rib stitch, and there are only 23 rows so it is a very quick knit — a whirlwind knit, if I do say so myself. 🙂

I was going to submit this to a knit zine, but never got around to it — I wanted to get some better pictures first. And now it’s just about Spring again, so I figured I might as well post the pictures (though I wanted better ones) and pattern now, or else I’d have to hold on to it until Winter again. So the zine’s loss is your gain!

Here are a few more pics (click on each to see the larger photos at Flickr):
Whirlwind neckwarmer, unfolded Whirlwind neckwarmer, folded Whirlwind neckwarmer Close-up of new pattern

Download the Whirlwind neckwarmer pattern here.

If you knit this, I would love to link to pictures of your version! Please send me a URL and I will link to you.

This pattern is Worthware — that means, if you like it, please send what you think it’s worth via the PayPal button here. I hope you think it’s worth something. 🙂 Thanks for looking at my pattern!

3 thoughts on “Pattern: Whirlwind (neckwarmer)

  1. I live on Beacon Hill & found your Madison Hat on the Lion Brand Yarn website. SMALL world. I’ve been knitting for a couple of years and wish I had more time to do it, but with 2 little babies (1 and 3 years) I haven’t been able to work it in much. Any interest in setting up maybe a monthly Stich ‘n Bitch in the ‘hood? I live at 18th and Forest.


  2. Hello,

    That might be fun! My schedule is such that it is difficult for me to get to things some times, but it might be fun to try it. The library might be a good site for it.

  3. ahaha. 23 rows!!

    I am going yarn shopping tomorrow — I might have to print out some of your .pdf’s and get some yarn (and needles) and start making some christmas presents.

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