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Colors of the Night Ear Warmer Free Crochet Pattern

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Keep your ears warm on those late winter walks with this Colors of the Night Ear Warmer Free Crochet Pattern. Made with two different yarns, this crochet ear warmer pattern has a unique shiny metallic look. The colors are beautiful, too. Free easy crochet patterns make the cold winter weather so much more exciting. You can make so many winter accessories, but make sure you create these ear warmers first. When you walk outside, you will be so happy that you took the time to work on this precious crochet pattern. Not only will you stay warm and toasty, but you'll also look good and receive tons of compliments.
 

Colors of the Night Ear Warmer
 

Materials:

  • RED HEART® Boutique™ Magical™: 1 Ball each 1101 Crystal Ball A and 1406 Hocus Pocus B
  • Crochet Hook: 6.5mm [US K-10½]
  • Yarn needle

GAUGE: 12 dc = 4”; 6 rows = 4” with 1 strand of A and B held together. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

 


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Instructions:

With 1 strand of A and B held together, ch 12.

Row 1: Dc in 4th ch from hook and each ch across – 10 dc.

Rows 2-26: Ch 3 (counts as dc here and throughout), turn, dc in each dc across – 10 dc.

Fasten off.

FINSHING:

Top Row (Right Side): With 1 strand of A and B held together, ch 28, slip st in 6th st on last row of Headband, sc in each st across to first corner, ch 1, turn to work along long edge, sc evenly spaced to opposite short edge, ch 1, turn to work along short edge and sc in each st to 6th st, ch 28.

Fasten off.

Bottom Row (Wrong Side): With 1 strand of A and B held together, join yarn in same st as first st of Top Row, ch 1, sc in each unworked st of short end to first corner, ch 1, turn to work along opposite long edge of Headband, sc evenly spaced along long edge to opposite short edge, ch 1, turn to work along short edge, sc in each unworked st to center st, slip st in center st.

Fasten off.

Weave in ends.

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What is the purpose of the two 28 chains at the end of the pattern? Are the sort ends sewed together.

It would appear to be ties for tying behind head. Rather silly though considering width of band. My suggestion would be to join short edges tog. and have a sc border around both top and bottom.

would appear to be for tying ends behind head. Rather silly considering width of band. Would suggest joining short ends and crochet a sc border around both top and bottom.

I am a little confused by the last part of the pattern. What is the need for the yarn needle?

@carolynr39 the purpose for the yarn needle is to weave in the ends after your piece is completed. :)

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