Elf Ear Crochet Pattern
Looking for a fun new Christmas crochet project? Have you always wanted to take a peek behind the curtain of Santa's workshop? Then go elf yourself! With this whimsical Elf Ear Crochet Pattern, you can add elf or fairy ears to any hat or headband. Turn yourself or your kiddos into magical sprites! Attach the ears to a headband and bling them out with rhinestones if you're leaning more fairy, or sew them to that red-and-green winter hat you just crocheted so your kid fits in among the other pointy-eared, pint-sized toy lovers!
Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
- About 50 yards of yarn
- Flat back rhinestones and E6000 glue (optional)
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Aug 09, 2018
This is a interesting take on elf ears. Most Ive seen are worked flat before attaching them to a hat or whatever, and as expected, theyre a bit on the flimsy side. These ears are worked in roundsvery similar to amigurumiand then flattened to achieve the correct bulk. You could sculpt the ear even further if you go to some of the soft doll sites on Google or YouTube. Use the same color for the sculpting.
Aug 06, 2018
This is a great easy crochet pattern for the Elf Ear. I can make a few of these and add them to hats and stuffed animals. The pattern is well written and easy to follow and understand. I can make these in no time. I just wish the hat pattern was free. LOL Thank you so much for sharing this free fun crochet elf ear pattern.
Aug 09, 2018
No kidding about the hat pattern. I got all excited there for a minute.
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