It’s that time of the year. Fall! To me fall means cooler weather, leaves changing, baking, pumpkins and so much more! This fall is a little bit different for me as this will be my first season doing markets! My first market is in almost 3 weeks so I’m working as hard as I can to prep. One of my favorite things to make is earwarmers! They work up super quick and seem to be very trendy. This earwarmer pattern takes me about 20 minutes to make so I will be making a ton of these for my upcoming markets and I’m posting the pattern here for FREE so you can use it to prep too!
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- Yarn: weight 6 super bulky yarn I use Lion Brand Hometown USA yarn. This is a 100% acrylic yarn that is super soft and has a wide variety of colors. I saw some at my Walmart today for $2.97! That is the cheapest I have ever seen it! But it you don’t feel like leaving your house you can order some by clicking here. Any other super bulky yarn will work, another yarn that would work well is Lion Brand Woolease Thick and Quick.
- 8.00mm Crochet hook. I prefer the Clover USA hook that you can get here (It’s on sale right now for only $3.07) but any hook works.
- Yarn Needle I like the bigger ones for Bulky yarn.
- Measuring tape
Before you start:
Sl st = slip stitch
Dc = Double crochet
In a 2 inch by 2 inch square there will be about 4 double crochets across and about 2.5 rows high.
Row 1: Ch 2. Dc in each stitch (remember to dc with a slightly tighter tension). Sl st into the first dc to join. . (42 total dc)
Row 2-4: Repeat row 1. (3 rows of 42 dc)
Tie off and weave in ends.
If you like the basic flat look you can leave it like this. Or you can cinch the middle. To cinch it, find the spot directly across from the seam and pinch the center, then pinch the sides up with it and wrap a piece of yarn around it twice then tie it as tight as you can. As you weave in the ends of the tie sew around the knot a few times to cover it so you can not feel it when wearing it. Add a tag if you’d like and you are done with a super simple and quick earwarmer.
I hope you loved this pattern! I did not have anyone test this pattern so if you spot any errors or something that doesn’t make sense please reach out! I can’t wait to see your finished earwarmers! Tag me on Instagram @coz.e_creations or on Facebook at Coz-E Creations Crochet by Elyssa.