Baird Neckwarmer, The Knitter Issue 13

I’ve just added a fantastic shot of the Baird Neckwarmer designed for issue 13 of The Knitter to the ‘My Designs’ page. It’s knitted in Lang Mille Colori Big which just wasn’t big enough for me so I’ve used it doubled throughout.

This chunky little number is named after my bezzy mate Margo, not because it’s a chunky little number but because it makes you feel warmer to have it around. She’ll kill me for that no doubt . . .

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6 thoughts on “Baird Neckwarmer, The Knitter Issue 13

    1. Hi Sheila

      Thanks for your comments on this design, the pattern is in the current issue of The Knitter magazine. I don’t know how easy it is to get hold of over in the US but I found this particular site which will ship to the States, hope it helps click here

      Happy holidays and even happier knitting

      Jeanette

  1. love the Baird neckwarmer! could you please tell me how much yarn it takes? i’ve ordered the magazine, and will watch with interest for your future designs!

    1. Thank you! The neckwarmer takes 2 x 100g balls of Lang’s Mille Colori Big and it’s used double throughout to make it even chunkier. I hope you rnjoy the knitting the design. keep visiting the blog for updates on future designs including my new website which I’m currently working on, should launch 1st September

      J

      1. hi I had purchased that issue and can only find a portion of the magazine and no pattern. how can i obtain the pattern ? i do not see any back issues available for that issue. thanks! love the pattern, made two awhile back and want to make more!

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