Tunisian Crochet Entrelac Neck Warmer

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Tunisian Crochet Entrelac Neck Warmer Pattern


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Crocheting: Tunisian Crochet Entrelac Neck Warmer
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Tunisian Crochet Entrelac Neck Warmer Tunisian Crochet Entrelac Scarf

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should have basic Tunisian Crochet skills and feel comfortable counting and recognizing crochet stitches.

Pattern Description:

Make a fun neck warmer or scarf and learn to do entrelac in Tunisian crochet. The piece is seamless and takes advantage of yarns with long color changes to make the rows appear to be worked in different colors.

The first couple of rows are a bit tricky which is why I have rated this pattern as more challenging. The pattern includes detailed instructions and photos to help you get through the more difficult parts. Once you get going, the logic of the pattern will make sense to you and before long, you will have the pattern memorized!


gauge is not critical for this project

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Neck Warmer after blocking: 8 x 31.5 inches, Scarf: 8 x 72 inches after blocking


  • Supplies: 450 yards (neck warmer) or 900 yards (scarf) fingering weight yarn. Noro Sock yarns (Taiyo or Silk Garden) or Crsytal Palace Mini Mochi are recommended. Regular crochet hook size I and G. 4 Buttons that are 1 inch in diameter for neck warmer.

You Will Also Need:

  • Notions: tapestry needle, sewing needle and thread for sewing buttons to neck warmer, locking stitch markers.

Suggested yarn:

450 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Noro Silk Garden Sock, Noro Taiyo, Crystal Palace Yarns Mini Mochi

About Designer

About Designer

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by manosa
Central Pennsylvania
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I first learned to crochet in 2008 because I fell in love with amigurumi. I discovered how wonderful crochet is and I havenít been able to put down my hook since then. When I am not working my day job as a Spanish instructor, you can find me teaching crochet classes at my local yarn shop, Stitch Your Art Out. The Tunisian Crochet Entrelac Scarf/Neck Warmer pattern is my first crochet design.

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