Indie Design Gift-a-Long 2014: Crochet Neckwarmers Roundup

I’ve been highlighting designs from the Indie Design Gift-a-Long, an awesome virtual event on Ravelry that is ongoing through December 31, 2014. This event includes tons of knit-and crochet-a-longs, (along with some amazing prizes and chatter) along with a great sale.

So far, I shared two roundups of some of my favorite crochet designs in the Gift-a-Long sale bundles: 9 patterns for men and 12 crochet lace patterns. (You can find even more great patterns on the Pinterest board I set up of all the crochet patterns on sale.) Each of these patterns is 25% off through November 21, 2014 with coupon code giftalong2014.

Today, I’m sharing a roundup of 9 of my favorite Gift-a-Long crochet patterns for neckwarmers. Unless otherwise noted, images are copyright the designers.

You can find the links to the patterns and designers below, listed from left to right.

Top row: Shreya Mobius Cowl by Tian Connaughton, Roxanne Tunisian Loop Scarf by Lindsey Stephens, Gentle Hug Crocheted Moebius Cowl by Diane L. Augustin.

Middle row: Karen: A Puff Stitch Infinity Cowl by Ruth Brasch, A Crinkle in Time Cowl by Beth Graham, Barabashki by Elena Fedetova.

Bottom row: Merriwa Moebius by Sharon Boswell, Crosslita Cowl by Sarah Jane, Black Raspberry Shawl by Darleen Hopkins.

I have quite a few neckwarmers in my Gift-a-Long sale bundle, but two of my favorite are the Phoenix Sunset and the Flying Geese Hooded Cowl.

I’ll be back tomorrow with some more Indie Design Gift-a-Long goodies!


I’m participating in BlogHer’s National Blog Post Month (also known as NaBloPoMo) by blogging daily through November, 2014.

4 thoughts on “Indie Design Gift-a-Long 2014: Crochet Neckwarmers Roundup”

  1. thank you so much for featuring my infinity scarf in your roundup! I came to see what I was linked in, and found all these gorgeous patterns! I love your round ups- you’ve put quite the effort in to link everyone properly, and it’s appreciated!


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