15 Minutes Ear Warmer


15 Minutes Ear Warmer

15 Minutes Ear Warmer
15 Minutes Ear Warmer

"This ear warmer is worked using the camel stitch and is perfect for gifts or to build your inventory for a craft fair. The stitch has a cool knit look. It works up in 15 minutes with a chunky yarn and a big hook. It takes up only 35 yards of yarn even for the biggest size. It comes in 3 sizes, child, Adult Small and Large. It would be perfect for any leftover chunky yarn you have."


Crochet HookN/15 or 10 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Finished Size To fit Child, Adult Small/Medium and adult Large.

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These are cute. I love quick and simple projects. These are made in five rows with chunky / bulky yarn so if you have any experience with a hook you could probably make them in less than fifteen minutes. There are picture aids but these could not be any easier to make.

You can make an entire wardrobe of these easy fifteen minute ear warmers, in colors to match every top you own! I like that they are simplistic enough and non-intrusive so that you can wear them indoors as a fun and funky accessory piece- without it looking like you left your outdoor head gear on indoors! Chunky weight or double up on your choice of worsted weight colors.

These fifteen minute ear warmers would make great stocking stuffers. If you live in a cold climate these would be awesome to tuck away in every outer wear pocket to have if needed. I keep gloves in my coat pockets for just such an occasion.

The designer for this project uses JoAnns house brand Big Twist, and I finally spotted the larger Bulky variety in our local store. I hadnt decided what to make yet, but now I have a good idea (and a coupon!). I actually prefer the ear warmer style of head gear as thinner headbands tend to pop off my head when I move around.


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