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Headband Style Ear Warmer with Bow

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Beginner

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Pattern Details

This easy bow headband crochet pattern is super cute and easily adaptable for any season. Work it up in cotton for a summer friendly look or in a wool blend to use as an ear warmer in colder months! The easy-to-follow pattern includes directions to make three different sizes of the headband and provides stitch counts at the end of each round for ease of use. Written in American English according to Yarn Council standards and guidelines. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Stitches used: chain, slip stitch, single crochet Sizes Small (toddler): fits head circumference of 18 to 19 in. (finished size = approx. 18 in. x 3 in.) Medium (child): fits head circumference of 19 to 20 in. (finished size = approx. 19 in. x 3 ½ in.) Large (teen/adult small): fits head circumference of 20 to 21 in. (finished size = approx. 20 in. x 3 ½ in.) Gauge: approx. 14 sts and 18 rows = 4 in. First published on www.petalstopicots.com and now available as a convenient pdf download.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 skein worsted-weight yarn (approx. 125 yds), US H8/5 mm hook, yarn needle, and scissors

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Petals to Picots
Petals to Picots
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 old. I have over 30 years crochet experience and recently graduated from the CGOA Masters of Advanced Stitches & Techniques program. I strive to provide unique, accurate, and easy to follow patterns. When I'm not designing or teaching classes at my local yarn store, I am taking care of my husband and three children in our New Jersey home.