I hope everyone had a merry Christmas and a happy new year 🙂
Our first project of the year is a very beginner friendly ear warmer headband. It’s so easy, but it’s so CUTE! I hope you have some remnants of a very comfy yarn, because this is a great way to use it up so you can start a fresh new stash of yarn for the year.
This pattern is available for sale as a downloadable/printable PDF with photo instructions on my shops below
Hope you all enjoy, happy new year and happy crocheting! 🙂
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Stitches used & code
- ch = chain
- st = stitch(es)
- hdc = half double crochet
- rep = repeat
- ” = inches
- This pattern made as US women’s sizes S( M, L )
- In this picture I have demonstrated with size M
Yarn needed : 70( 80, 90 ) yards
Gauge : 12 hdc X 9 rows = 4″
Sizes and Measurements
- S : Smaller heads = 17.77″ circumference stretches out to 21″ X 5.33″ tall
- M : Fit most women = 18.66″ circumference stretches out to 22″ X 5.33″ tall
- L : Lager heads = 19.55″ circumference stretches out to 23″ X 5.33″ tall
Row 1 : ch 17( 17, 17 ), 1 hdc into second ch from hook and each ch across. Total of 16( 16, 16 ) hdc
Row 2 : Turn, ch 1 ( do not cont as a st ), 1 hdc into each st cross. Total of 16( 16, 16 ) hdc
Row 3 – 40( 42, 44 ) rep row 2
The end of row 40( 42, 44 ) cut the yarn and leave 8-10″ long tail to sew the end together
Seaming with a twist
- Lay your work flat, then gather the edges and layer as shown.
- Sew the edges together, make sure to sew through all four layers.
- Keep sewing back and forth until the end.
- Weave all the ends, then turn your work right side out.