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Jessica Ear Warmer - Free Crochet Pattern


This super modern and cute ear warmer design with oversized bow comes in sizes newborn up to 10 years! A simple yet effective design is now yours for free!

 

I highly suggest making this headband up in a Superwash merino. Superwash merino has a nice natural stretch to the yarn which makes for an easy headband fit. It is also a yarn with great stitch definition to show off the fabulous Lemon Peel stitch used throughout. 

 

*4-10y size shown

The below Free Pattern is for toddler size 1-3years. For all sizes (0-3m, 3-6m, 6-12m, 1-3y and 4-10y) You can get the full PDF download via the below links

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Jessica Ear Warmer Crochet Pattern

Size 1-3 years;

  • Fits head circumference - 46-51cm
  • Ear warmer circumference - 43cm 
  • Width - 7cm.
  • See above links for other sizes available

 

Gauge: *Sc, Dc* repeat Stitch A.k.a – Lemon Peel Stitch

  • Stiches per 10cm – 16 stitches across.
  • Rows per 10cm – 16 rows.

 

Stitches - US terms;

Sc - Single Crochet
Dc
- Double Crochet
Slst
- Slip Stitch
Ch 
- Chain

 

The Headband and Bow are both crocheted in the round, each round joining with a Slst to the first stitch in that row. The bow is attached the to headband afterwards.

 

Lets Get Started!

 

Headband – 4.5mm hook

Chain 68. Join to first chain with a Slst and Ch 1.

 

Round 1 – Sc in all stitches in round, join to first St, Ch 1. (I find working into the back loop of the chain will give a nicer edge with more stretch.)

Round 2 – *Sc, Dc* Repeat for round, join to first St, Ch 2

Round 3 – *Dc, Sc* Repeat for round, join to first St, Ch 1. (If you are doing this stitch correctly, you Sc stitches should be going into the Dc stitches from the previous row and vice versa. This stitch is known as the Lemon Peel Stitch)

 

Repeat Round 2& 3 a further 4 times.

Round 11 – Sc all. Join to first St, Tie off. Weave in ends.

 

Bow – 4.5mm hook

 

Chain 54. Join to first chain with a Slst and Ch 1.

 

Round 1 – Sc in all stitches in round, join to first St, Ch 1. (I find working into the back loop of the chain will give a nicer edge with more stretch.)

Round 2 – *Sc, Dc* Repeat for round, join to first St, Ch 2

Round 3 – *Dc, Sc* Repeat for round, join to first St, Ch 1.

 

Repeat Round 2& 3 a further times.

 

Round 11 – Sc all. Join to first St, Tie off. Weave in ends.

 

Attaching the Bow

 

Lay your ‘Bow’ Section flat with the seam in the center. Using your yarn needle, weave your yarn through both layers as shown. *I have used a contrasting yarn so you can see easier*

Tie one end of your yarn to the edge of the bow. Pull the other end of the yarn to gather the bow in the middle. Wrap the yarn around the bow 3 of 4 times nice and tightly.

Lay the Headband section flat, with the seam in the center facing up. Take the bow section

and lay it on top.

Start to wrap the yarn around the bow and the top layer of the headband. Continue to wrap until you are happy with the size of the middle band. Cut and tie off the yarn and weave in the ends.