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Stay warm in style!

Posted by Jessica Evelyn from Atlanta, Georgia, United States • Published See Jessica Evelyn's 12 projects »
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  • Step 1

    BAND - color of your choice
    ch 4
    ROW 1: dc in each st across, turn
    ROW 2: dc in each st, inc 1 dc at the end of the row, turn
    ROWS 3-6: rep row 2
    ROWS 7-29 : dc in each st, turn
    ROW 29: skip first dc, dc in each st, turn
    ROW 30-35: repeat row 29 (you should end up with 4 remaining dc)
    End/fasten off – you can weave the extra material into the earwarmer.

  • Step 2

    TRIM - color of your choice
    Start on one end of the earwarmer and work dc sts all the way around until you’re back where you started. Be sure to add 1 or 2 ch as you turn to create the corners of the earwarmer. Once you’re finished you can weave the extra material into your earwarmer.

  • Step 3

    FLOWER - color of your choice
    Chain 4, join the end with the first stitch with a sl st
    RND 1: (sc in the ring, ch 3) 6 times, join to the first sc with sl st
    RND 2: (sc, ch1, 3 dc, ch1, sc) in each space created by previous rnd
    (if you’d like to change the color, fasten off this round and begin rnd 3 with the new color)
    RND 3: (sc around first spoke, ch 4) 6 times, join to the first sc with sl st
    RND 4: (sc, ch 1, 4 dc, ch 1, sc) in each space created by previous rnd
    (if you’d like to change the color, fasten off this round and begin rnd 5 with the new color)
    RND 5: (sc around first spoke, ch 5) 6 times, join to the first sc with sl st
    RND 6: (sc, ch 1, 5 dc, ch1, sc) in each space created by previous rnd
    End/fasten off – you can weave the extra material into the earwarmer.

  • Step 4

    ATTACH FLOWER TO BAND
    1 - Simply place the flower where you’d like it to sit on the band.
    2 - Cut off about 18 inches of same color yarn you used for the bottom layer of the flower.
    3 - Using the piece of yarn you just cut off, tie the edge of the bottom layer of the flower to the band. Tie a knot leaving about 3 inches of tail and secure the flower to the band. Be sure that the knot is on the INSIDE of the band where it can not be seen and not the outside where your flower will be.
    4 - Weave the yarn in and out of the edges of the flower and through the band.
    5 - Once you’ve gone all the way around, make another knot with using your left over yarn and the 3 inch tail you left at the begging.
    6 – Weave in all extra material

  • Step 5

    PUT IT ALL TOGETHER!

    1 - Place right sides together so that the flower is on the inside.
    2 - Grab the color of yarn you used for the trim
    3 - line up the 2 end of your earwarmer - remember: inside out!
    4 - sc across the top. Be sure sure that you are going through BOTH ends of the earwarmer.
    5 - fasten off, weave all extra material into the band and you're done!

    TA-DA! You have a stylish, funky earwarmer to keep your ears warm this winter!

    No time to make an earwarmer? Visit my etsy shop or support your local DYIer!

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LianneyFanney
LianneyFanney

Are you chaining 2 or 3 when you turn or just turning and double crocheting into the next st?

Jessica Evelyn
Jessica Evelyn · Atlanta, Georgia, US · 12 projects

I chain at the end of each row and then turn. I'm going to upload an updated pattern today that should be easier to follow. I made this pattern several years ago and made a few adjustments. You live and learn, right?!

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Keely G.
Keely G.

I can't see replies to comments

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theresa f.
theresa f.

Is there a misprint in line 1? The number of chains can not be just 4.

Jessica Evelyn
Jessica Evelyn · Atlanta, Georgia, US · 12 projects

I've revised the "band" pattern. It's actually chain 5... you increase 1 stitch every row until you're up to 10 or 11 across. You then decrease on the other end to have matching ends. This allows the band to be tapered so it sits more comfortably on your head :-)

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jojo
jojo

Why can't I print this pattern?

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brandi s.
brandi s. · 6 projects

what size hook?

Jessica Evelyn
Jessica Evelyn · Atlanta, Georgia, US · 12 projects

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Glenda A.
Glenda A. · ,

Thank you, thank you! Most bands that I make either slide down or don't cover my ears. Have to have my ears warm.

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Laura M.
Laura M.

http://stumblellina.blogspot.com/2011/03/flower-headbands.html

I made this project and posted about it on my blog!

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Cheryl Z.
Cheryl Z.

Cannot find pattern, is it located somewhere else

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lucy r.
lucy r.

Cannot find pattern. Plesae repost or tell me how to find it.

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Laurel D.
Laurel D. · Houston, Texas

I am trying to access the pattern also. It is fabulous! Thank you!

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