Newberg Tie by Amber Bliss Calderón

Newberg Tie

June 2019
Light Fingering ?
15 stitches and 14 rows = 2 inches
in Moss Stitch
3.5 mm (E)
60 - 200 yards (55 - 183 m)
Toddler (Youth, Tween, Teen/Adult)
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This pattern will was included in the June 2019 PPP and released on June 15th, 2019. It is now available individually as well.

The Newberg Tie is just right for the trendy guy in your life. It utilizes sock yarn. That means it fits easily under the collar, even small kids’ collars without being bulky. It is made with the moss/granite stitch and is customizable for different lengths. The best part is that it is REVERSIBLE, with a nice top seam on one side and a surface slip stitch on the other side. Don’t leave out your trendy girl either. This is definitely a uni-sex design. I’ll wear mine to dress up a plain t-shirt or with a classy button down blouse.

• Yarn: Premier Serenity Sock, 50% Wool, 25% Nylon, 25% Rayon. 1.76 oz/50 g, 230 yds/210m.
• #1 Super Fine Weight or any other fingering weight yarn.

Estimated Yardage:
Toddler: ~60 yards
Youth: ~100 yards
Tween: ~130 yards
Teen/Adult: ~200 yards

• E/4-3.50MM hook
• Needle for weaving in ends
• Stitch markers to mark rows (optional)

Sizing Chart
Size Neck to Belt Length / Width Total Tie Length
Toddler 8.5” / 2” ~27.5”
Youth 11” / 2.5” ~38.5”
Tween 14” / 3” ~46”
Teen / Adult 22” / 3.5” ~54”

To determine which size tie to make, measure your guy from collar to belt. Choose the tie that is closest to that length. When crocheting, add or subtract length in the indicated stitches to achieve the desired length.

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