As the weather gets a bit chilly, I love accessorizing with ear warmers. They are great for keeping ears warm, without giving you hat hair! So, I have put together a selection of ear warmer patterns for you this evening.
Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1) Amazing Grace Headband ~ by Beatrice Ryan Designs
The Amazing Grace Headband is another Free Pattern in my Amazing Grace Series… This series was designed in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness. Please consider donating pieces from this series to benefit those who are suffering or recovering from Breast Cancer.
2) Chunky Reflective Yarn Headband ~ by Posh Pooch Designs
3) Julianna Ear Warmers ~ by Jessie Rayot
These Granny~inspired ear warmers are just too fun! I even added a flower to make them even more cheery and help warm up those cold days!
4) Easy Adult Crochet Headband or Earwarmer Pattern with Crochet Flower ~ by Lisa Auch
This is probably one of the easiest headband/ear warmer patterns around . The shaping is easy to achieve. And piece is worked in a circle around
5) Classic Stretch Headband ~ by Crochet by Jennifer
This is a PDF crochet pattern for a nicely textured STRETCHY elastic crochet headband! Using an elastic hair band instead of the traditional method of sewing on a button makes this fast and easy.
6) Springtime Earwarmer ~ by Oombawka Design
This is a very simple pattern. Comfortable and easy to wear!
7) Eternal Love Hugs & Kisses Headband ~ By The Crochet Lounge
Did you enjoy the Eternal Love Slouch – Reversible Fall/Winter hat pattern? I loved it and simply couldn’t resist having Spring/Summer pattern to go along with in the series! Plus, what’s more exciting is the Hugs & Kisses are just that! X♥X♥
8) Stripie Headband ~ By Mistie Bush
I love the look of crocheted headbands and wearing them. I also love the ribbed look on headbands. So I designed this narrow headband to wear whenever. It looks great with your hair down or up plus the colors are so versatile…it makes me think of Fall.
9) All Grown Up Ear Warmer ~ by Moogly
The All Grown Up Ear Warmer is a great stash buster, using 2 or more colors of yarn but less than 100 yards total!
10) Lorraine Ear Warmers ~ by Jessie Rayot
Here is a quick ear warmer pattern that buttons in the back. It is a great way to keep ears warm, without a lot of damage to styled hair!
11) Pretty Simple Headband or Cowl ~ by Crochet N’ Crafts
This super simple headband or cowl pattern is crocheted up in half doubles. It has a fair amount of stretch in it making it perfect for a headband. It’s also warm warm enough to wear as an ear warmer in the cold winter weather.
12) Sleek and Skinny Ear Warmer ~ by Cre8tion Crochet
This ear warmer was designed to be slim and slender to the wearer. It has some architectural appeal created by the alternating stitches of dc, puff stitch and sc.
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
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