It is probably quite noticeable by now that I make plenty of neck warmers. The reason for it is not only that I love to have plenty of them to wear depending on the temperature and daylight, but also because they are super easy and quick to make and I don’t need a pattern. Any new stitch I learn or new yarn I buy is useful to make a new and completely different neck warmer to add to my collection.
So last year, after my Crochet Ripples class by Joanne Scrace I decided to make a cotton rippled neck warmer with one of the simple stitches she shared with us. Loved to make it, but it was a bit more work than I anticipated due to the thin cotton yarn I used. The fabric is awesome for sprint, not too thick or warm but colourful and light: