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Fireside Crochet Neck Warmer Pattern

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I’m excited to share my latest crochet pattern with you, the Fireside crochet neck warmer pattern. As it gets colder and leaves start to fall, there’s nothing quite like snuggling up in something soft and warm that you made yourself. This neck warmer pattern is about embracing the simple joys of changing seasons, all while staying stylish and snug.

This crochet neck warmer is designed for a snug fit, ensuring there are no gaps to let the chilly air in. It’s similar to a turtle neck on a sweater, minus the sweater :). It serves its main purpose, keeping your neck warm… and that’s why I love it!

I also like the golden colour and the tweed look, making it look more rustic and fall-themed.

About the Yarn

Brava Tweed yarn feels soft and is enjoyable to work with. I really like the tweedy look that the little flecks of yarn in various colours create; it makes it look rustic. Overall, I like the yarn, though I do wish those little flecks were better integrated. Sometimes, they seem to float on top of the yarn, hardly woven in, which makes me want to remove them. Aside from that, it offers beautiful colours and a plush, squishy texture.

About the Stitch

This neck warmer crochet pattern uses the simple and beautiful Moss stitch. The moss stitch is worked in spiral rounds so that you don’t have any unsightly seams. This stitch is super easy and versatile, using just the basic crochet stitches such as single crochet and chain stitches. It creates a soft crochet fabric without any holes, and it’s not too bulky either. It’s also slightly stretchy, which makes it great for this type of neck warmer.

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Difficulty Level



Circumference: 20′′ (51cm)

Length: 10′′ (25.5cm)


16 Sts x 17 rows in Moss St = 4′′ (10cm)

Abbreviations (US Terms)

St = stitch

Sl St = slip stitch

Ch = chain

Ch-1-Sp = chain-1-space

SC = single crochet

Sk = skip


  • Yarn: Brava Tweed, worsted #4 yarn, 1 skein (218yds/199m) in Goldenrod. Alternatively, you can use any #4 worsted-weight yarn of your choice.
  • Crochet hook 6mm
  • Scissors, yarn needle

Crochet Neck Warmer Pattern Notes

  • This crochet neck warmer is worked in spiral rounds.
  • You can make a wider neck warmer by chaining more for your foundation chain.
  • You can adjust the height of your neck warmer by working more or fewer rounds.

Crochet Neck Warmer Instructions

Chain 80 or any even number of chains and connect with a slip stitch to create a circle.

Round 1: Ch 2, SC in the next Ch. *Ch 1, Sk 1, SC in the next Ch. Continue from * to the end of the round.

Round 2: Don’t connect the first round with a slip stitch. Instead, continue in spiral rounds: insert your hook in the space under the Ch 2 and work a SC. Ch 1 and work a SC into the next space between the single crochet stitches (the chain-1-space). Continue working SC + Ch 1 into each Ch-1-Sp in spiral rounds until you reach your desired height of the neck warmer.

When you reach the desired size, complete the round. You’ll know where each round starts and ends by locating the yarn tail from the foundation chain. After your last single crochet, Ch 1, Sk 1, and work a Sl St in the next two stitches. The slip stitches will help even out the height of the project.

Fasten off and weave in all ends. Done!

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