One Hour Crochet Ear Warmer Pattern For Beginners!
I’m always thinking about what I’m going to post on the blog. I try to add at least one new design a week or more, and today… I’m happy to introduce you to my brand new 30 Minutes Crochet Ear Warmer Pattern!
Read on down to follow through the free crochet pattern or purchase an ad-free, printable PDF version Here!
As you may already know, I absolutely love baby designs because they’re so cute. I can crochet a couple of these designs after school in the afternoon, or before going to bed, after my homework. Sometimes, I just crochet non-stop during the weekend…
Since I’m still at school, and super busy, I really crocheting these quick and easy beginner projects, especially during fall and winter.
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I posted this cute crochet bow headband pattern on the blog two weeks ago, and I decided that I was going to crochet more of these.
Plus this easy crochet ear warmer is perfect for beginners because it’s made with basic crochet stitches: chains, and double crochet stitches.
These headbands use very little yarn, and everyone loves them. You can make them for babies, children or adults. I’ll show you how you can make those cute ear warmers in any size.
This nice crochet ear warmer is a perfect handmade gift for your next baby shower. It will make an amazing and memorable baby girl gift, and you can be sure that both baby and mom will love you for that. Hey, I’m sure mom will want one (even if she doesn’t tell anything), so you may want to do one for her as well! Why not? They are quick and easy to do. Even better, you can do a matching headband for her!
Skill level: Easy – Beginner
Can I make it in any size?
Yes, you can make or customize it for any size. You should have a tape measurement and measure your head circumference. You can make chains and measure your head circumference with chains. For example, I made 90 chains for head circumference = 56cm / 22 inches (adults), but when you measure it with a tape measure without a stretch the result is 53 cm / 20 inches.
Headband sizing guidelines:
Materials / Supplies:
You will need :
- Crochet hook size: 3.50 mm.
- Yarn: wool or cotton in any color (30 g). (I used wool yarn, 100 g, 195 mt, 100 rp,100% Acrylic)
- Stitch markers.
- Yarn Needle.
- Tape measure.
- ch– chain
- sl st-slip stitch (Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over and pull through both the stitch and loop on the hook).
- sc=single crochet (Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over pull through two loops).
- hdc-half double crochet
- bpdc– back post double crochet
- rep– repeat
-At the end of each round/row please count how many sts do you have at the end of that round/row.
-In each round make slip stitch in the 2nd chain.
-Ch 2 count as a stitch.
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The gauge : 19 sts x 26 rows 10 x 10 cm (4″ x 4″).
Finished size: adults (L) Or all sizes.
Crochet Ear Warmer Pattern Free:
Start with chains = head circumference – 3 cm (1 inch), I made 90 chains. Sl st in the last stitch from the hook.
Round 1: ch 2, sc in the same st, sc around, sl st in the 2nd ch to join. (90 sts).
Round 2: ch 2, turn your work, and hdc in back loop only around, sl st to join. (90 sts).
Round 3-9: ch 2, turn your work, and hdc in back loop only around, sl st to join. (90 sts).
Round 10: ch 1, turn your work, and sc in back loop only around, sl st to join. (90 sts).
Leave a long tail to wrap with it. Fasten off.
Now wrap with the tail 2 times in the middle of the headband, then tie a small knot in the back of the headband and cut the ends.
Now you know how to crochet a headband ear warmer in about one hour or less. I hope you’ll have fun doing it as I do. You can choose any color and try different sizes. It’s a simple crochet headband suitable for beginners, but it’s really cute.
In my next posts, I’ll show you you to add crochet appliques to your headbands, like beautiful flowers and bows. I absolutely love it when you share or try my patterns. And if you’d rather get an ad-free, printable, inexpensive PDF pattern, you can purchase it in my Etsy shop Here. Thank you for your support.
And before I go, I plan to design several of these cozy crochet ear warmer patterns. I really enjoy doing them, and I absolutely love to see your finished items, so make sure you tag me on Instagram @soukainacollections or Pinterest when you are done.
Happy crocheting )