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Spiral Flower Headwrap / Earwarmer Patte


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I've seen knitted earwarmers all over, but since I love to design in crochet, I set out to make one that was my original take on this trendy fashion accessory. This great headband / earwarmer works up quickly in worsted weight yarn. It is sized to fit most adult heads, and has 2 buttons so it's fully adjustable. (Don't crochet? Check out my Etsy shop for a finished headband : :) This crochet pattern is an intermediate pattern. Skills you'll need: * Know how to work in the round *double crochet *single crochet *half double crochet *slip stitch *treble crochet *double treble crochet * increase * work reverse single crochets * follow U.S. crochet instructions and abbreviations YES, you CAN sell items made from this pattern. I do ask that you link to my pattern in your listing if you sell online. The great photo was taken by the talented Travis. See more of his work here: BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY chain single crochet half double crochet double crochet treble crochet double treble crochet reverse single crochet read US crochet abbreviations SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Fits heads approximately 20" - 24" SUGGESTED YARN 90 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Hobby Lobby's I Love This Yarn or Vanna's Choice by Lion Brand COLORWAY Terra Cotta

Supplies Needed

  • 2 buttons, 1" diameter
  • approx 3 oz worsted weight yarn
  • yarn needle

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Basics: 30-something mom of 3. Psychology student. Knitting and crocheting to pay tuition as I work my way towards a Master's degree in counseling. I started crocheting as a kid, using my mom's leftover ugly brown yarns. (Hey - it was a hangover from the 70's when ugly browns and oranges were all the rage). I picked it up again in my early 20's when I needed something to do to distract me from exams and morning sickness. And I haven't put the hooks or needles down since. I began designing my own patterns in 2009 when my husband lost his job and I decided to put my skills to use. I started selling pieces I'd crocheted on Etsy, but felt bad that I was profiting off of other designers' hard work. So, I set my hand to designing on my own - and it was more fun and fulfilling than I thought it would be. My designs are usually inspired by sleepless nights, a little bit of coffee, and trips to the local Hobby Lobby, where I may or may not be guilty of fondling the yarn. Favorite yarns: Cotton blends, wool blends, and vibrant colors. For the latest updates on what's new and in the works, FOLLOW ME: Instagram: Pinterest: