Adult Earwarmers with Flower & Button Accent – Free Pattern
I’m on a mission to make my daughters cute earwarmers to keep them warm this winter. They love earwarmers because they can use it outdoors to keep them warm and they’re cute enough to keep on even indoors.
The basic band is really easy and fast to whip up and you can change the look with different accents. This time I used a two color flower and stitched a coordinating button in the center.
For this flower I used the free Frothy Flower pattern from Very Berry Handmade. I just used 2 colors and added the button.
Earwarmers make great stocking stuffers and are a great way to use that leftover yarn.
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Adult Earwarmers with Flower & Button Accent
Hook Size I 5.5mm
#4 Worsted Yarn
Ch = Chain stitich
SC = Single Crochet
DC = Double Crochet
SL ST = Slip Stitch
Finished Measurement: 20” around, 4” wide
Fits up to 22” head circumference
Row 1: SC 2nd. Ch from hook, SC in each Ch across, turn (12 SC)
Row 2: Ch 1 (does not count as SC), SC in back loops of each st across, turn (12 SC)
Repeat Row 2 until piece measures 20” in length (you can adjust this for a custom fit, measure head circumference and SUBRACT 2” to the crochet piece)
Once you’ve reached desired length DO NOT fasten off. Hold work front side facing you and hook should be on the right side. Fold piece in half making bottom edge even with the top edge.
SL ST both sided together working back loops only on top edge and thru beginning chain stitches on the bottom edge. (12 SL ST).
Fasten off and weave in ends.
For this flower I used the free Frothy Flower pattern from Very Berry Handmade
. I started the flower in pink and made the first round of petals in pink as well. I changed color for the second row of petals, and switched back to the pink for the final row of petals.
I stitched a coordinating button at the center of the flower before attaching it to the band.
Stitch to earwarmer at the seam.
Don’t have time to make it? No worries! Order one from my Etsy Shop! I’d love to make one for you!