Crochet Lacey Charma Neck Warmer

Crochet Lacey Charma Neck Warmer 


This charming Charma neck warmer pattern is inspired my mother Charma. She doesn’t care for the bulkiness of a long scarf so I thought this would be a great alternative! You can also wear it around all day when it’s chilly and easily zip up a jacket over it for the outdoors. The lacey edging really makes it such a cute piece. The pattern is written for medium worsted weight yarn and bulky weight yarn and uses a size I crochet hook. Enjoy the free pattern! If you would like to purchase the ad free large print version of the pattern, you can find it in my Etsy shop HERE.


  • I hook, 5.5 MM
  • Super bulky (6) yarn (I used Isaac Mizrahi Craft in “Carlyle”), about 140 yards, a little over a skein or medium worsted weight (4) yarn (I used Red Heart With Love Metallic in “Olive”, about 180 yards (less than a skein).
  • Blunt needle


sc- single crochet

hdc- half double crochet

st(s)- stitch(es)

BLO- back loops only

FLO- front loops only

Sl st- slip stitch

The pattern:

Ch 80 for bulky weight yarn, Ch 98 for medium worsted weight yarn. It’s ok if you need a few more or less stitches, so long as the foundation chain measures 29″.

Row 1: Hdc in 3rd ch from the hk and each st across.

Row 2: Ch 2, hdc in BLO in each st across.

Row 3: Ch 2, hdc in FLO in each st across.

Rows 4-10 (for bulky yarn), 4-12 (for medium worsted weight yarn) : Repeat rows 2 and 3.


Position the scarf so one side goes over the other side coming to a point in the front. I always try it on in a mirror first to make sure the fit is just what I like before sewing.  Once you have it positioned where you like, sew through both layers at 3 points: on each corner where the top part of the scarf overlaps and on the other side. Weave in ends.


Pick up a loop anywhere around the edging of the scarf and sc 81 for bulky weight yarn, 90 for medium worsted weight yarn (doesn’t have to be exact but needs to be a multiple of 3) evenly around (sc through both overlapping areas). Sl st in last st.

Row 1: *Ch 5, skip next 2 sts, sl st in next st,* repeat from * around, ending with ch 5.

Row 2: Sl st in first ch 5 space, ch 5 sts, *sl st in next ch 5 space, ch 5 sts,* repeat around, ending with ch 5.

Rows 3: *Sl st in next ch 5 space, ch 5 sts,* repeat around, ending with ch 5. 

***Fasten off and weave in end here for bulky weight yarn. For medium weight yarn continue with rows 4 and 5.***

Rows 4-5: repeat row 2.  On row 5 end with a sl st into the first ch 5 space and fasten off. Weave in end.

You’re done! Great job! You can keep the collar straight or roll it over for a different look. Either way you’ll look great!

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  1. This is beautiful! I think this would be great to keep my neck warm without all of the floppy ends!
    So when you say ‘sew’, you actually mean with a sewing machine?

  2. Love this pattern. I just found this the other day and have made several already. It’s a beautiful easy pattern. Makes a nice and useful gift also. Thanks for sharing with us.

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