My sweet daughter-in-law found this free crochet earwarmer pattern on Pinterest. She made one and then I did.
It was pretty easy but looks beautiful.
You will need…
Size 4 Worsted Weight Yarn (I love Simply Soft by Caron for headbands! So shiny and soft…)
Size 5.00 hook
yarn needle for sewing
3 matching buttons
You will need to know how to:
DC (double crochet)
FPDC (front post double crochet)
BPDC (back post double crochet)
The earwarmer I crocheted is below I used Dark Orchid Super Saver Yarn and some cute buttons I picked up at Walmart.
This cable knit ear warmer headband is my next knitting project! It’s soccer season and it’s downright crazy cold but what kind of mom would I be if I didn’t come to those games! I’ll be knitting mine up in the team colors!
You can download this free knitting pattern here! As usual, when I’m done with mine I’ll come back and share the results here.
I haven’t ever done a cable knit but I found this YouTube video I’m sharing below… it doesn’t seem too scary so it’s time to learn something new!
This headband ear warmer pattern with a crochet flower is easy to knit up if you are looking for a last minute gift to make that someone special for Christmas.
I’m sure y’all have notice I post lots of free knitting patterns here which is mainly because I’m just starting out knitting and I guess I don’t want to invest in a project that I might not have the experience for. I really wanted a knitting pattern for these cute ear warmers with the crochet flowers on them but the ones I found were all crochet patterns.
Well I came across this headband knitting pattern on Craftsy and I had to buy it because it was just what I was looking for.
I didn’t use part of the crochet pattern though as I don’t crochet and didn’t know how to read that part of the pattern so I turned to YouTube and found a great video tutorial for the crochet flower that I have included below!
Materials for Knitting this Headband:
Worsted weight yarn (4)
Size 8 straight or circular knitting needles
Size H crochet hook
Stitch marker (or piece of scrap yarn works just as well)
Two – 1 inch buttons
*I also got a large button to put in the center of my crochet flower.
Like I said this would be a good gift you could finish before Christmas. It took me about five and a half hours which is not bad considering I’m not an experience knitter and I had to crochet a flower which I had never done before. 🙂
Happy knitting (and crocheting) and if you take on this project come on back and leave me a comment and tell me what you thought of it.