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Ear Warmer

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Beaded ear warmer

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Short Rows taught by Carol Feller

Designer Carol Feller makes short rows easy! You'll learn four different techniques, plus how to use short-row shaping for better-fitting garments.

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Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Cute
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What materials did you use? Caron Simply Soft Oceana

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This matches a mobius I made for a friend. She is always wearing her hair up in a do at the back of her head, sometimes with a clip and other times as a pony tail. This will match her scarf and keep her ears warm.

03/19/2013 Flag

I also wear my hair up all the time with a clip and would love the pattern for this, where can I find it? thanks Myra

04/02/2015 Flag

Very nice, Nori. Beautiful color. Your friend is lucky to have you as a friend.

03/20/2013 Flag

Thanks!

03/22/2013 Flag

I'm a beginner and now have time since I retired. Plus this is cute and useful.

10/28/2013 Flag

I agree! I love decorating the knitting with beads.

11/01/2013 Flag

Sorry, Binkister, this didn't come from a pattern. Let me see if I can find my notes so I can tell you what I did. I've looked . . . no joy. Could I do it again? Yeah. Would it be identical to what I did before . . . probably not. If it helps you at all, it's just short rows. I cast on using (probably) German Twisted or Old Norwegian. It looks like I knit a couple rows after the 2x2 ribbing and then started short rows. The short rows look to be 3 or 4 stitches apart. Since I did that project I've changed and vastly improved my short row turns. Not really pertinent, but it would affect how the project would look if I made another now.

04/06/2015 Flag