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Crochet Holiday Nose Warmers

By: Laura Wilson from traversebaycrochet.com
Crochet Holiday Nose Warmers
Crochet Holiday Nose Warmers
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From the blogger: "Keep your nose (and little ones' noses too!) warm this holiday with these cute crochet nose warmers! Silly and practical, they are great for outdoor fun and sure to get a laugh. They would also make great stocking stuffers! The pattern is written for adult and child sizes. If you need a different size, just add more or fewer chains to the part that goes over the ear. The nose warmer measures approximately 2-3/4″. Grab some medium worsted weight yarn in the colors you like and size G crochet hook, and let’s get started!"

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Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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This is really funny. I can picture my grown sons having a blast teasing one another about these on Christmas day. Living in Maine with temperatures that can go below zero these could come in really handy. I've seen publicity about these being a big deal now. I've seen one that was made to look like a pig snout. You can really use your imagination with these nose warmers. Would you wear one?

I thought these are masks but I was surprised to read that they are actually nose warmers. But this is very functional. When someone especially the kids feel cold on their noses, you can just easily have them wear one of them. What's nice about this is that they are done in different themes. You can make your kids favorite cartoon character.

These are so funny! I plan on making several of these up to go into the kids Christmas stockings this year. Two of my sons might actually wear them! All of the other ones I have seen up until now were just plain. I love that these ones are themed.

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