Monday, November 14, 2011

Twisted Crochet Ear Warmer Pattern

Hiyo!  So I had some leftover Alpaca yarn from my Eternity Scarf, and since I am on a mission to use all my yarn, I thought it would be cool to make a matching ear warmer.  Below are pics & pattern!
- Eastland Alpaca Yarn in #809 Light Fawn - Sport Weight (2.5 Skeins)
- G6/4.25MM Hook

Ear Warmer Pattern
R1:  Loosely, ch 90, ch 1, turn
R2:  sc in each ch across (90), ch 1, turn
R2:  sc in flo across (90), ch 1, turn
R3:  sc in blo across (90), ch 1, turn
R4-R13: Repeat rows 2 & 3
Twist work and match edges so that front of work connects with back of work on each end.  Use sl st to connect edges.  Fold lengthwise at seam and sl st edges.  Here is how the work should look:
Fasten off, and begin Cinched Fastener pattern.

Cinched Fastener Pattern
R1:  Ch 10, sl st to join.  Do not turn.
R2-R5:  Sc in rounds.
Fasten off, and crochet ends in on back side.  

Ps. This pattern is copyright Teabeans...but you can use it!
Pps.  Thanks to several readers who pointed out my mistake - I always accidently write sch instead of sc - oops!!


Shortmonm said...

Thank you for the pattern! What is Sch, please?

Katiebeans said...
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Katiebeans said...

sorry - that is meant to be sc or "single crochet" in (american crochet terms). Thanks for pointing it out!

Melissa C. said...

This looks like such a simple and fun pattern! I want to make one for myself! I would love to publish it for you on! Let me know if you’re interested :)

Melissa :)

Joylove27 said...

This is a great pattern! I love it!

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Shannon Hibbs said...

I love this! I'm going to try to make a knitting pattern with it. How long is it total in inches?

Becca Levy said...

I can't quite figure out how to finish the ear warmer. Could you give a little more detail? Thanks :)

Colette said...

Hi Katie. I'm also confused on the finishing. Do I slip stitch the ends and then slip stitch the entire length? Thanks for the cute pattern.