First Snowfall Neckwarmer by Runningyarn

First Snowfall Neckwarmer

November 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stranded stockinette stitch with largest needles
US 1½ - 2.5 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
399 - 459 yards (365 - 420 m)
One size - adjustable
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Wear this light and airy neckwarmer in everyday life during the cold season. Or head out into nature for a walk, a run, a bicycle ride or a cross country ski tour - the close fitting, tube shaped neckwarmer made from soft and cosy wool will keep you warm.

The First Snowfall Neckwarmer is worked seamlessly in the round. A puzzle of different snowflakes and the change of the main color in the middle of the work will keep you entertained. And you will get two accessories in one, as you can wear this neckwarmer either with the light or the darker side up.

This pattern includes
a chart
step for step written instructions
as well as instructions for working a stretchy, invisible Tubular Cast On resp. Bind Off
links to video tutorials explaining these CO and BO techniques

One size
Adjustable by adding a pattern repeat.

Finished Size
Length - approx. 34 cm / 13.5”
Circumference - approx. 54 cm / 21”

Any soft and springy fingering / sock weight yarn - e.g. SoftSock Twist Sock yarn 80% merino / 20% polyamide / 2-ply
100 g = 365 m / 400 yds
Sample Neckwarmer uses approx. 92 g (336 m / 367 yards)

MC / Color A (Thundercloud) - approx. 55 g (200 m / 220 yards)
CC / Color B (Off White) - approx. 40 g (146 m / 160 yards)

30 sts x 32 rnds 10 cm / 4”
on needles 2.75-3.0 mm (US 2-2.5)
Colorwork in the round after blocking

Circular needles 2.5 mm (US 1.5)
and 2.75-3.00 mm (US 2-2.5)
depending on gauge

You will find links to video tutorials explaining the special techniques: Tubular Cast On and Invisible Ribbed Bind Off in this pattern.

Feel free to use the tags #firstsnowfallneckwarmer and #runningyarn when sharing your pictures on Instagram. I love to see your work and finished neckwarmer!