Headband

The Earwarmer Headband

Hate the thought of having hat hair for the rest of the day, but wanting something toasty warm to prevent frostbite ears, try the ear-warmer headband! 

Made in less than a hour, with a 9mm hook and 75 yards of super bulky yarn, the pattern includes:

  • Slip knot and chain 45 (or the circumference of your head plus two).
  • Row one- Skip the first chain and single crochet in every stitch afterwards. Chain one and turn your work.
  • Row two- Single crochet in every single center bar . Chain one and turn your work and repeat for ten rows.
  • Once ten rows is completed, finish off and weave in the ends.
  • Now overlap the ends and and stitch closed.

This was what I was able to produce…

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrpW_hvb2BA&list=UU59CHwM-4q8tmh2NbMY9FZA

 The type of stitch used is extremely dense and therefore would be extremely warm. This density however, does mean the closing seam will be fairly obvious, but I believe creating a feature of this with some chunky buttons or ribbon  actually adds to the design rather than making it a deterrence. 

 Like what you see, follow the link and have a go!

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