Search

FREE PATTERN MeMe's Earwarmer!


This crocheted earwarmer, or headband, was originally designed for my MeMe to wear when she played tennis! Featuring the oh-so-basic single crochet stitch, it is perfect for

the beginner or advanced crocheter. I hope you enjoy this pattern!

Materials:

Abbreviations:

ch: chain

ea: each

sc: single crochet

scinc: single crochet increase by single crocheting two stitches in the same stitch

sc2tog: single crochet 2 stitches together

st(s): stitch(es)

f/o: finish off


Download a printable PDF version here!


Gauge:

In order to ensure that your earwarmer will be the correct measurements, I highly suggest checking gauge!


15 sts by 15 rows = 4 inches in single crochet



Pattern Notes:

  • PRINTABLE PDF: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/memes-earwarmer

  • Watch the step-by-step video tutorial!: https://youtu.be/BfjgTTXAukI

  • Check out the yarn I used here!

  • Check out the crochet hooks I recommend here.

  • This earwarmer is worked in rows.

  • The ch 1 does NOT count as a stitch. This is the turning chain, and will allow your edges to be nice and straight.

  • You’ll need about 30 grams, or 70 yards to make this earwarmer. This means you’ll be able to get a few earwarmers per ball of yarn, making it a great last-minute gift or craft fair idea!

Download a printable PDF version here!


Earwarmer:

Ch 8


Row 1: sc in the second st from the hook, sc in ea st across. (7 sts)


Rows 2-7: ch 1 and turn, sc in ea st across. (7 sts)


Rows 8-15: ch 1 and turn, scinc, sc in ea st across. (15 sts at the end of row 15)


Rows 16-45: ch 1 and turn, sc in ea st across. (15 sts)


Rows 46-53: ch 1 and turn, sc2tog, sc in ea st across. (7 sts)


Rows 54-60: ch 1 and turn, sc in ea st across. (7 sts)


f/o, leaving a 12 inch tail. To seam, bring the two ends together and whip stitch across. I like to do two whip stitches per single crochet stitch. This allows it to be extra durable, and better hidden.


Follow this tutorial if needed!: https://youtu.be/BfjgTTXAukI


After seaming, cut and weave in your ends. Enjoy!


Did you enjoy making this earwarmer? I would love to see it! Post on Instagram and tag @thegracefultangle, or email me!

42 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All