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Crochet Ear-Warmer Headband

I hope everyone had a merry Christmas and a happy new year 🙂

Our first project of the year is a very beginner friendly ear warmer headband. It’s so easy, but it’s so CUTE! I hope you have some remnants of a very comfy yarn, because this is a great way to use it up so you can start a fresh new stash of yarn for the year.

This pattern is available for sale as a downloadable/printable PDF with photo instructions on my shops below




Hope you all enjoy, happy new year and happy crocheting! 🙂

If you’re looking for more FREE crochet patterns, check out these patterns below.

  1. Crochet Bead Stitch Cardigan / 2. Crochet Cluster Stitch Hat / 3. Crochet Slouchy Spring Cardigan


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Stitches used & code

  • ch = chain
  • st = stitch(es)
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • rep = repeat
  • ” = inches

Notes :

  • This pattern made as US women’s sizes S( M, L )
  • In this picture I have demonstrated with size M

Yarn needed : 70( 80, 90 ) yards

Gauge : 12 hdc X 9 rows = 4″

Sizes and Measurements

  • S : Smaller heads = 17.77″ circumference stretches out to 21″ X 5.33″ tall
  • M : Fit most women = 18.66″ circumference stretches out to 22″ X 5.33″ tall
  • L : Lager heads = 19.55″ circumference stretches out to 23″ X 5.33″ tall


Row 1 : ch 17( 17, 17 ), 1 hdc into second ch from hook and each ch across. Total of 16( 16, 16 ) hdc

Row 2 : Turn, ch 1 ( do not cont as a st ), 1 hdc into each st cross. Total of 16( 16, 16 ) hdc

Row 3 – 40( 42, 44 ) rep row 2

The end of row 40( 42, 44 ) cut the yarn and leave 8-10″ long tail to sew the end together

Seaming with a twist

  1. Lay your work flat, then gather the edges and layer as shown.
  2. Sew the edges together, make sure to sew through all four layers.
  3. Keep sewing back and forth until the end.
  4. Weave all the ends, then turn your work right side out.

Congratulations, you did it! I’d love to see everyone’s work. If you want to share with me, just tag me on FB or IG. Happy crocheting:)