Easy Crochet Stash Buster Ear Warmer Pattern by Crochet For You.
This ear warmer pattern great way to use up leftover yarns from other projects. I have lots of scrap yarns in various colors, but less than 100 yards! Using a multiple of strands together, you can make any weight of yarn you want. And it’s a lot of fun mix and match for a great color combination. 🙂
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For this ear warmer pattern I used 2 sport weight yarns holding together and 5mm crochet hook. This pattern is simple with hdc in the third loop in rounds. 🙂 Also can be easily adjustable to any head size.
Skill Level: Easy
- 18” wide and 3.5” high (Adult) (This pattern can be adjusted to any size by adding and subtracting chains)
- I mixed and match scrap yarns together
- H-8,5 mm crochet hook
- Tapestry needle for weaving ends.
Gauge: gauge is not very important for this pattern.
- ch = chain
- sl st = slip stitch
- hdc = half double crochet
- hdc in 3rd loop = work hdc into the third loop of indicated st. It’s located on the wrong side below the back loop.
- st = stitch
- beg = beginning
- This headband pattern can be adjusted to any size.
- beg ch does not count as st.
Easy Crochet Stash buster Ear Warmer Pattern
Ch 75 or until your desired length. (be careful not to twist)
Round 1: ch 1, hdc in first st and each of next st around, sl st to first sc. (75 sts)
Round 2: ch 1, hdc into the 3rd loop in first st and each of next st around, sl st to first st. (75 sts)
Round 3 to 9: repeat round 2.
After crocheting rounds you desired, fasten off and cut the yarn leaving about 10” yarn tail. Squeeze at the seam. Wrap the yarn tail around it and sew a few stitches with tapestry needle and fasten off securely.
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