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The Elizabeth Ear Warmer

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Intermediate

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PATTERN DETAILS

The unique stitch of this ear warmer allows for creative color combinations! It creates a thicker warmer to keep your ears covered and protected against the elements, but is still soft and flexible to remain comfortable. Want a matching cowl? The Elizabeth Cowl pattern is available too! PATTERN WRITTEN IN STANDARD US TERMS This pattern is available for instant download. Due to the nature of this purchase, no refunds are available. If you have any questions or trouble with the pattern please do not hesitate to contact me! www.simplyhookedmom.com I would love to see any finished projects! Please share your pictures on my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/simplyhookedmom BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY single crochet double crochet working in round SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Width = 4 inches Length = 19 inches (buttoned) PREFERRED BRAND/YARN I Love This Yarn COLORWAY White, Navy, Turqiouse

Recommended with this pattern

  • embroidery thread
  • scissors
  • button

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Simply Hooked Mom
Simply Hooked Mom
Hello! My name is Teresa. I am a wife to my best friend and soul mate and a mother of two beautiful children. By day, I am a computer analyst at one of our local hospitals, but my passion is for simple and easy crafts of all kinds! Crochet is my craft of choice. I love that with a simple ball of yarn and hook you can create something amazing! I also love experimenting with new stitches to create fun patterns and textures. A craft does not have to always be made of paper and glue and covered in glitter (trust me, glitter has its place!). When I became pregnant with my son, my mother sat with me for about an hour (yes, only an hour) to show me the basics of crochet. Over the next several months, she was bombarded with pictures of booties, hats and baby blankets. I found my true calling and was completely hooked!