Hi, I'm Cara Graver at the Cob Studio, and this is a tutorial on knitting a neck warmer. A neck warmer can be knit in the round, or you could knit a rectangle and sew it together. But much more comfortable if you don't have that seam. So, I prefer to knit in the round on four needles. Because the circular needle, you have to have so many different lengths of circular needle to accommodate however many stitches you want. So, this, I can cram a lot of stitches on here. I think, I have something like, seventy stitches on here, I could even put more on. But 70 to a 100 is plenty for a neck warmer, a hundred would make t a little scrunchier, but this is just a matter of knitting round and round. And if you're intimidated by four needles, don't be. Looks like a lot going on, but there's only ever, anything going on right here. And you could do a knit two, purl two pattern. Or, as this one, you could use a cable, you could use any pattern at all, actually. It'll have a little stretch to it, knit two, purl two has a little more stretch to it. But it doesn't need to be tight, it can be scrunchy. I'm Cara Graver at the Cob Studio, and that was a tutorial on knitting a neck warmer.