Beaded Headband Style Ear Warmer

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Beaded Headband Style Ear Warmer Pattern

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Crocheting: Beaded Headband Style Ear Warmer
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls

Item:

Hat

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Stitches used: chain, slip stitch, single crochet, half double crochet, reverse single crochet
  • A long single crochet is also used, however, detailed instructions are provided in the pattern
  • Beading instructions are included in the pattern

Pattern Description:

This beaded headband-style ear warmer is both trendy and functional. The easy-to-follow pattern includes directions to make two sizes of the ear warmer and provides stitch counts at the end of each row for ease of use.

Pattern is written in American English according to Yarn Council standards and guidelines.


Professional photos courtesy of Lopez-Kiil Photography, http://www.lopezkiilphotography.com

Gauge:

13 sts = 4 in.
6 rows of pattern = 2 in

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Small fits head circumference of 19 in. to 20 1/2 in. (finished size = approx. 20 in.)
  • Large fits head circumference of 20 1/2 in. to 22 in. (finished size = approx. 21 in.)

Materials:

  • H hook, 129 (for small; 141 for large) seed beads " size 6/0; tapestry needle, stitch markers (optional), 1-in. button

About Designer

About Designer

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My name is Kara and I am a crochet blogger, designer, and instructor. My blog, Petals to Picots (http://www.petalstopicots.com), is a celebration of crochet and other fiber arts. It is filled with helpful information and tutorials, gorgeous photography and inspiration, and boasts over 75 free crochet patterns (and counting!).

I first learned to crochet from my grandmother when I was 9 years ...

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