Wild Nose Warmers

Wild Nose Warmers

Wild Nose Warmers
Wild Nose Warmers

"Super fun and super fast project to keep Jack Frost from nipping at your nose this winter! Simple color changes make it easy to create an entire zoo in no time at all... Size changes included for Toddler or Child, or Teen and Adult, so make one for everyone in the family! This is the perfect stash buster project! You can use up your left over bits of yarn quickly, since they take less than 30 minutes to make!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeToddler/Child or Teen/Adult

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What can I say about these?! I think that these wild nose warmers is the best idea for the idea of keeping your nose warm. I know scarfes or cowls could be used but honestly, don't you have to keep adjusting them? These once in place will keep your little nose all toasty until you remove it. This is adorable and novel and I know a few people on my holiday list will be getting them.

Adorable for the little ones, and a total novelty for the grown-ups on your list. Could be a funny white elephant gift for office parties. I have a feeling if you sent your little to school wearing one of these, he or she would come home with a note pinned to their jacket asking you to make them one or more. White for a polar bear would be oh so cute!

OMG! These are just too cute. I thought I was the only one that got in such a tissy with a cold nose. I typically cover up with a scarf but I think these are adorable. Truth be told though, will I actually wear it? Probably not but I still want to make one.


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