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Crochet Ear Warmer and Headband Pattern PDF file and video tutorial

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This is a very beginner friendly ear warmer headband. It's so easy, but it's so CUTE!

This pattern includes an 4 page written pattern and photo tutorial as well as a link to the video tutorial to make it as smooth as possible. This pattern includes us women’s S-L. Any questions you may come across in making this pattern will be answered inside, but if not feel free to message me.

Materials
#5 bulky yarn
I used Patons Alpaca Blend #5 bulky yarn
Crochet hook size 6 mm
Scissors
Yarn needle

Notes :
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

Thanks for stopping by. Happy crocheting :)

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5 out of 5 stars

Very easy to follow and I love the finished item.

Melissa Donald Jul 16, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Fantastic fun design! Easy to follow directions. Already made 3 today! Ok now I have made 12. To use as Christmas gift bags. Different yarn, different hook give each bag a wee bit different look. I prefer the 2 or 3 strand chunky look with a L hook.

barbarathealaskan Sep 6, 2022

5 out of 5 stars

I had a lot of fun making these slipper socks. I made them from Hygge yarn using a size I crochet hook. The direction we’re easy to follow. I added a row of furry yarn to add some pizazz to them. Great project using one skein of yarn.

peterson4788 Jul 26, 2022

5 out of 5 stars

What an easy pattern, even if you are a beginner. And a fabulous finished bag!! I made my bag in one day! I didn't use the Sugar n Cream but an organic cotton, super soft yarn that I purchased from cute yarn shop in Billings MT. I have already started a blue one in a great cotton jeans yarn and have the same yarn as my finished bag in a lite sage to move on to next. I added 4 rows to the handle and may add a couple more to the next one. Also considering narrowing the handles for a bit different look. The tutorial is a huge help and very easy to understand

Laurie Entze Aug 7, 2022

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