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MEASUREMENTS

Geminio
Neckwarmer
©Sarah Jane Designs
Email: sarahjanedesigns@hotmail.com

(to fit neck circumference)
Extra small (Xsm):12½in 31.5cm
Small (sm):
13½in 34cm
Medium (med):
14¼in 36cm
Large (lge):
15in
38cm
Extra large (Xlge): 15¾in 40cm
Length:
8¾in
22cm
Remember that this will have to stretch to
go over your head. If you have a largish
head you will want to choose a
correspondingly larger size. The extra
small size will fit comfortably over a
19.5”/50cm head and with difficulty over a
21.5”/55cm head.
Different yarns will have differing amounts
of stretch so I suggest crocheting the first
few rounds then trying for fit.

YARN REQUIRED
Cascade Heritage Silk - 1 skein.
Or any other fingering/4 ply weight yarn
that allows you to achieve gauge.
350 – 437yds/315 – 400mts.

HOOKS AND EXTRAS
 A 4.00mm (UK 8) (US G/6) Crochet
Hook, or the required size to give
correct tension.
 A yarn Needle for sewing in ends.

NOTES, ABBREVIATIONS AND
OTHER STUFF!
STITCHES USED
Chain
Single crochet
Double Crochet
Foundation double crochet
Front post double crochet
Slip stitch
Back post double crochet

1

GAUGE
19 sts and 20 rows to 4” over front post dc
fabric, using 4.00mm Hook and fingering/4
ply weight yarn.
Row gauge for the bottom section of the
warmer is 13 rows over 4”.

DESCRIPTION
Geminio is the duplication charm used in
Harry Potter. I called this pattern Geminio
because it is quick, easy and looks so effective
that I can imagine myself making many of
these in several different colours.
A Victorian style neck warmer/cowl to add
style and warmth to your outfit. Feminine,
pretty and warm at the same time.

ABBREVIATIONS
beg = beginning
bpdc = back post double crochet
ch = chain
cm = centimetres
dc = double crochet
fdc = foundation double crochet
fpdc = front post double crochet
in = inch(es)
mm = millimetres
rep = repeat
sk = skip
sc = single crochet
sl st = slip stitch
sp = space
st, sts = stitch, stitches

PATTERN NOTES
Please read the pattern through before
beginning and ensure you have all the
requirements and skills necessary to
complete.
Stitch counts are noted at the end of the
row where there has been a change in the
number of stitches. If there is no stitch
count the number of stitches remains the
same.
Sizes are written as follows Xsm (sm,
med, lge, Xlge), use the numbers in the
corresponding place to make the size you
require.

2

The entire pattern is worked with your right
side facing...do not turn at the ends of
rows.
Groups: This is used to refer to any
combination of dc and ch sts worked into
the same st e.g. (2dc, 1ch, 2dc) into same
st. Used for indicating stitch counts at the
end of a round.

SPECIAL STITCHES
Back post double crochet (bpdc): Work
a dc around the post of the indicated stitch
starting at the back of your work.

Front post double crochet (fpdc):
Work a dc around the post of the indicated
st, starting at the front of your work.
There is a video tutorial for post stitches
here.

NECK BAND
Using 4.00mm Hook and fingering weight
yarn, make 60 (64, 68, 72, 76) foundation
dc and join with a sl st in first dc to form a
ring. Leave a long tail to start and use this
to sew the bottom edge together.
There is a video tutorial explaining
foundation double crochet here.
Round 1 to 18: Ch2 (counts as st here
and throughout), *fpdc around next st,
bpdc around next st; rep from * to last st,
fpdc around last st, sl st to top of beg ch2
to join ... 60 (64, 68, 72, 76) sts.
Round 19: Ch2, dc in same st, * fpdc in
next st, 2dc in next st; rep from * to last st,
fpdc around last st, sl st in top of beg ch2
to join ... 90 (96, 102, 108, 114) sts.
Round 20: Ch2, dc in next st, * fpdc
around next st, dc in next 2 sts; rep from *
to last st, fpdc around last st, sl st in top of
beg ch2 to join.

Round 21: Ch2, 2dc in next st, * fpdc
around next st, dc in next st, 2dc in next
st; rep from * to last st, fpdc around last st,
sl st in top of beg ch2 to join ... 120 (128,
136, 144, 152) sts.
Round 22: Ch2, dc in next 2 sts, * fpdc
around next st, dc in next 3 sts; rep from *
to last st, fpdc around last st, sl st in top of
beg ch2 to join.
Round 23: Sl st into next st, ch3 (counts
as st here and throughout), (dc, ch1, 2dc)
in same st, * sk 1 st, fpdc around next st,
sk 1 st, (2dc, ch1, 2dc) in next st; rep from
* to last 2 sts, sk 1 st, fpdc around last st,
sl st to top of beg ch3 to join ... 30 (32, 34,
36, 38) fpdc, 30 (32, 34, 36, 38) groups.
Round 24: Sl st across into ch1 sp, ch3,
(dc, ch1, 2dc) in same sp, * sk 2 sts, fpdc
around next st, sk 2 sts, (2dc, ch1, 2dc) in
ch1 sp; rep from * to last 3 sts, sk 2 sts,
fpdc around last st, sl st to top of beg ch3
to join.

Round 29: Ch1 (doesn’t count as st), sc in
same st, sc in ch1 sp, * (ch3, sk next st, sc
in ch1 sp) 5 times, ** sc in next 3 sts, sc in
next ch1 sp; rep from * to last 2 sts ending
last repeat at **, sc in last 2 sts, sl st in top
of beg sc to join.

Fasten off and weave in ends. Use your
starting tail to close your beginning fdc
ring.
NOTES AND MODIFICATIONS
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Round 25: Sl st across into ch1 sp, ch3,
(2dc, ch1, 3dc) in same sp, * sk 2 sts, fpdc
around next st, sk 2 sts, (3dc, ch1, 3dc) in
ch1 sp; rep from * to last 3 sts, sk 2 sts,
fpdc around last st, sl st to top of beg ch3
to join.

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Round 26: Sl st across into ch1 sp, ch3,
(2dc, ch1, 3dc) in same sp, * sk 3 sts, fpdc
around next st, sk 3 sts, (3dc, ch1, 3dc) in
ch1 sp; rep from * to last 4 sts, sk 3 sts,
fpdc around last st, sl st to top of beg ch3
to join.

Thanks to my patient and wonderful tech
editor BoricuaCrochet for her hard work
with my patterns and also to the lovely
testers in the Happy Hookers Hangout on
Ravelry for making sure this pattern
actually works.

Round 27: Sl st across into ch1 sp, ch3,
(2dc, ch2, 3dc) in same sp, * sk 3 sts, fpdc
around next st, sk 3 sts, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in
ch1 sp; rep from * to last 4 sts, sk 3 sts,
fpdc around last st, sl st to top of beg ch3
to join.
Round 28: Ch4 (counts as dc, ch1 here
and throughout), * (dc, ch1) in next 2 sts,
(dc, ch1) in ch2 sp, (dc, ch1) in next 2 sts,
dc in next st, sc in top of fpdc,** (dc, ch1)
in next st; rep from * across ending last
repeat at **, sl st in 3rd ch of beg ch4 to
join ... 420 (448, 476, 504, 532) sts.
3

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I would like to thank Tamara from
http://www.mooglyblog.com/for allowing me
to link to her tutorials, she has a number of
clear crochet tutorials and also some free
patterns available so go and check it out.

I can be found on
Ravelry
Etsy
Craftsy


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