Chunky Cabled Neck Wrap - Crochet Pattern + Giveaway


Months ago I designed this neck wrap for a magazine called "I Like Crochet", which has quickly become one of my favourite cowls to wear as it's just so cosy and features a classic cable design!

If previously you wanted to purchase this pattern separately from the magazine, you're in luck, as I've just added it to my Etsy Shop

If you always feel the chilly weather especially harshly this time of year, then this chunky neck wrap will be perfect for you!.. Or, if you're more of a cowl person, try my crocheting my cabled cowl!

You can find the pattern HERE!

What You'll Need
10.00mm (N) Crochet Hook
Super Bulky Yarn (14ply) - Plymouth Yarn Encore Mega
Tapestry Needle
2x Buttons (1" x 1")

Size Available 
Fits 13 Years & Up
Scarf Width - 6.5" (16.5cm)
Scarf Length - 29.5" (75cm)

Stitches & Abbreviations
st(s) – stitch(es)
ch – chain stitch
bpdc - back post double crochet
fpdtr - front post double triple/treble crochet 
cable st - cable stitch



If you'd like the chance to win 1 of these 10 patterns, all you need to do is follow the prompts  in the rafflecopter widget below and you'll be entered to win! 
(If you are reading this in your email, please click over to the blog to enter.)

There are no country restrictions, ANYONE can enter. 
Good luck everyone, the giveaway closes Friday January 15th at 12:00am AEST.
Good luck!



35 comments:

  1. Love your patterns!!! Thank you so much for the chance to win

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  2. I have made a bunch I of your hats as presents for christmas last year...they were a big hit! The only thing I find confusing is how you use 8 ply 12 ply etc as we don't have that in the u.s. and I'm not sure how that translates to 4 wt 5 wt and so on...it would be great if when you do the size yarn if it said Worsted wt Bulk super bulky which I think you have started doing...but I do looove your patterns...they are easy and super easy to follow

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  3. Lovely pattern, as always. My favorite chunky yarn projects have been some fingerless gloves and a neck warmer, but this cabled neck warmer is far more pretty!

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  4. My favorite chunky yarn project was a cowl and I love it! Thank you for this beautiful design

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  5. Thank you for the chance to win!!
    Happy New Year!

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  6. I discovered your wonderful site just a few months ago. I've only been able to complete a couple of projects from your patterns because it's so hard to choose which one to create.

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  7. Just finished the 1920's hat and want to start the Infinity Scarf Cowl in matching yarn, I'll be warm !
    LOVE the designs you present, they are elegant.

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  8. Oh, I love this cowl. So pretty! I crocheted a chunky cowl from yarn I won in a contest a year ago. Cowls are my favorite to crochet.

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  9. I love all your chunky hats! Soon I'll make some chunky headbands and this cowl...I hope....;)

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  10. Love this cowl and your other patterns. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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  11. I am just getting back into crocheting and haven't attempted a "chunky" pattern yet, but you have awesome patterns to choose from when I do!

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  12. I've already used several of your patterns to make favorites to give or for me. Would love to have more.

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  13. This neck wrap looks so pretty! thanks for the chance to win :)

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  14. After being a lifelong knitter I'm new to crochet and haven't yet crocheted with chunky yarn. This neck wrap looks a fun pattern to try!

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  15. Beautiful! I love your blog and patterns! Chunky scarves are my favorite because they're so quick and easy to make. I finger crocheted a pattern I made up myself with a gorgeous pumpkin colored yarn by Bernat. I just did a basic DC stitch which, to be, works well on chunky yarn because it's too hard to get too intricate. I can't wait to try your pattern! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  16. Thanks for the chance to win! I am working on your "Oversized Scarf" with Lion Brand Hometown USA in Little Rock Granite color and I'm really loving it.

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  17. What ten patterns..?? To win one of???

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  18. I actually haven't made a chunky pattern yet! I'm a fairly new crocheter and have many patterns on my To-Do List :) Thank you!!!

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  19. I actually haven't made a chunky pattern yet! I'm a fairly new crocheter and have many patterns on my To-Do List :) Thank you!!!

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  20. I enjoyed making a special chunky afghan for my mother. She wanted one to put on her couch, matching the fabric colors...very fun project!
    I am looking forward to making this new cowl pattern of yours. As always, you have created another beautiful pattern...thank you.

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  21. I enjoyed making a special chunky afghan for my mother. She wanted one to put on her couch, matching the fabric colors...very fun project!
    I am looking forward to making this new cowl pattern of yours. As always, you have created another beautiful pattern...thank you.

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  22. I haven't mad anything too chunky yet, although I'd love to start working on blankets, and scarves/cowls.

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  23. My favorite chunky project has been a hat and scarf set. They work up so quickly and as long as you gift them to a non crocheted, they think you've created something super fantastic. Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

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  24. My favorite chunky project has been a hat and scarf set. They work up so quickly and as long as you gift them to a non crocheted, they think you've created something super fantastic. Thanks for hosting a giveaway!

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  25. Thank you for the chance to win and thank you for again providing a great pattern. My favourite chunky projects are always cowls but I did make a few baskets for my WIP's which are great.

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  26. Looks like another GREAT pattern!
    Thanks

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  27. I like all your crochet patterns. I am beginner and your video tutorials are really awesome. Thanks for the wonderful opportunity :-)

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  28. I've been knitting a cable sweater out of soft chunky yarn that I love.

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  29. I have never done a chunky pattern before and look forward to doing this one. Your patterns are very easy to follow, and for someone new to crochet you make things very easy to follow..Thank you..

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  30. Scarves remain my favorite chunky pattern. But it would be fun to do a blanket!

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  31. I love to make Masa Bags out of chunky yarn. I also love to make slippers and hats out of it. Its perfect yarn for our WV weather.

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  32. Such a great pattern, and the color you chose looks fabulous on you!!!

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  33. Forgot my favorite chunky pattern... I made a killer hat and cowl set with Charisma.

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