Zopf Neckwarmer Pattern


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Zopf Neckwarmer Pattern

Pattern Details









Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, some decreases

Pattern Description:

Zopf is a type of Swiss bread that is baked in the form of a plait and traditionally eaten on Sunday mornings. The name "Zopf" is derived from the shape of the bread, and literally means "braid."
This small scarf uses the Entrelac technique to make the look of warm braids with yarn. You can make this pretty little neckwarmer with just one skein of cashmere blend yarn (or other DK wt yarn). Entrelac is French for "inter-laced." The use of short rows creates a woven look which is an appealing use of this self -color-blocking yarn. Solids also look nice with technique. I-cord button loops attach to decorative buttons on this short neckwarmer- no buttonholes needed.


6-7 sts/ in. in Stockinette St, unblocked


  • 200 yds dk wt yarn (sample used 1 skein Noro Shiraito yarn - 45% Cashmere, 45% Angora, 10% Wool)

You Will Also Need:

  • US4 (3.5mm) needles (circular or straight), (2) US4 DPNs, (2) decorative buttons + (1) plain button (your choice size)

About Designer

About Designer

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Karin teaches knitting at Anacapa Fine Yarns in Ventura, CA, and is a homeschool mom. She began her knitting journey 11 years ago in an insane attempt to knit socks (9 pairs - 1st projects ever) for the whole family in 3 months. Her natural ability to teach, combined with her nerdy love of Math humor, & Science, and her love of fine details inspire her to explore unusual knitting constructions. ...

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