Boxes Full O' Seeds Neck Warmer


Boxes Full O' Seeds Neck Warmer

You asked for it on Facebook so here it is! Enjoy this free knitting pattern by Onix Terevinto for a beautiful neck warmer made with Handspun wool.


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

This petite neck warmer would be a great project for a lone ball of yarn. For more patterns suited to leftovers, read My Top 5 Stashbusters

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How much yarn did it take to complete this scarf? Thank you...

Someone is dangling the 'probably a single skein' in front of my needles again... Shall be knitting a couple of these tomorrow during the afternoon hockey game... don't have to watch the game to keep track of it and don't always have to focus on knitting it's a perfect match. Love it when I find patterns I have knit before and liked - time to knit again ) Just have to hope that when they go into the Christmas stash they are not given to the same person -- time to keep a list.

Style is making a statement without words Box Full of Seeds is style.

Poorly written pattern! If you work the first 6rows in seed, the last 6 should also be worked in seed. Should also include directions for working the buttonholes. Maybe it's time to jury patterns prior to posting?

Everyone else is quite happy with the pattern, it only appears to be you who is dissatisfied, maybe you should use this pattern as a guide and just do what you want. buttonholes are not required because the way the pattern is written they naturally occur, but they wouldn't occur if they followed your suggestions rather than the pattern. If you are unhappy with the pattern, you can always just write your own, rather than trying to ruin it for the rest of us.

I do not know how the pattern could be better written. Must add that there was no problem downloading it or printing it. The one problem I do have is with people who insist on criticizing pattern or designer in strident tones when all that they need to do is ask for help (politely might be a good idea too). I especially love it when those carping at the designers and patterns offer changes that actually do make it impossible to complete the project properly. If you are unhappy, don't snarl at everyone, get in touch with designer or editor in a peaceful manner and you will be surprised what you can achieve. Now if I can determine what it is that prevents me from receiving AllFreeKnitting posts the world will be a perfect place.

Loved this pattern. I would consider this a beginner pattern instead of intermediate. Worked up well and looks classy!

love to have this pattern added to my list but I cannot print it. Saying there is a problem with web site

Love the idea, making the scarf now but the picture is very deceptive. The instructions say to cast on 19 stitches - this finished scarf shown is at least 32 stitches cast on. I discovered this and decided to keep on with the much narrower pattern. I just wanted to warn anyone who expected the same outcome that it would not be the same results as shown.

I thought it looked a bit narrow when I started knitting it! Do you know how to make the buttonholes? There's no note of it in the pattern. I think I might pull it out and double the number of stitches.

@wattsmail 8249554, I'm sorry to hear of your trouble. I have two options for you: 1. You can contact the pattern designer directly for help. The designer is specified in the byline. 2. I might also suggest that you try posting your question to our sites Facebook page. It is monitored by the editor and is a great resource for helpful tips and suggestions from our Facebook friends; perhaps they can offer some guidance! Here is the link: --editors of AllFreeKnitting

To respond to the inquiry about buttonholes, it is not necessary. The stitches are very loose and any of the holes are fine to put the buttons through. Just overlap the ends and position the buttons to ensure even edges. I finished the project (casting on additional stitches to make it wider) and also made fingerless gloves to match.

Love this neck warmer, but I can't open the pattern download!

why can't I print out this pattern boxes full of seed neck warmer???


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