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  • n. Plural form of neckwarmer.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Knitting hats slippers or felted clogs mug cozies quicker than scarves: cowls aka neckwarmers (this one uses those funky buttons you've been collecting and this one is simple, reversible, can be very manly, and uses up scraps if you want) dishcloths / facecloths to go with the handmade soap News

  • So all I'm working on are a couple neckwarmers out of a cheap yarn for my in-laws in the colors of their favorite football team and I may have to make a women's or girl's hat or cowl.


  • I live on the Gulf of Mexico and have no need for neckwarmers.

    Polka Dot Cottage: Seasonal confusion

  • I think the buttons of your new work, the neckwarmers, would perfectly fit to felted wool in light or dark grey.

    Polka Dot Cottage: Taking the afternoon off

  • There are more specific details about each of these neckwarmers on Ravelry here, here, and here.

    Polka Dot Cottage » Seasonal confusion » Print

  • I love these neckwarmers and especially the buttons.

    Polka Dot Cottage: Seasonal confusion

  • The difference between the two may be arcane (snoods are sloppier, neckwarmers more akin to a neck cape). news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Stuck on Scarves (... and shawls and neckwarmers too)

    Vera's Crafty Blog

  • This gorgeous line of oversized wool scarves and stylish yet snuggly neckwarmers has quickly taken off, leaving Terri "astonished" at the sheer amount of inquiries and orders coming her way. "'larry.' has become this character that people seem to be familiar with," she says, "a scarf personified - it's really quite lovely to see how much people love 'him'".


  • I don't know what organic has to do with anything - or whether being French matters, but I wear these neckwarmers ALL THE TIME.

    say la vee


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