I have been FREEZING! It reminds me of years of coaching soccer and standing on the sidelines during late fall and early spring. We were always cold and looking for ways to keep warm, while showing our team spirit. I wish I had one of these then. I am sure it will come in handy!
My husband buys hand warmers by the case (from years of being a patrol officer) so luckily we always have them on hand. I wanted a way to keep them by my neck without being tucked in my shirt.
This scarf holds two hand warmers pack at the neck and one in each scarf end in an inner pocket. The pocket is perfect for cell phones too. It keeps things close, but not where your hands are.
This makes a great neck warmer for around the house too. Instructions are included for a neck wrap in case you want to keep warm, but don’t wish to have a scarf.
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Materials and Details
Yarn: worsted weight in choice of colors.
Sample used for measurements in this pattern were made from Red Heart Super Saver yarn. Using different yarns may affect finished size. Please check measurements and adjust as needed.
Crochet Hook: I
Miscellaneous: Yarn needle for weaving in ends, hand warmer packs (4)
Size: One Size – 76” long x 5” wide (length can be adjusted)
Skill level: Easy with basic crochet skills and able to read a pattern.
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