Flower Power Crochet Ear Muffs
Keeping your ears warm while listening to the last beats of your favorite song presents a conundrum. Do you forego a hat (and warmth) for the sake of listening to music, or do you leave the headphones at home until hotter temperatures return? With the Flower Power Crochet Ear Muffs, you can brave the cold while listening to tunes. The crochet ear muffs give a groovy and colorful look to your favorite pair of headphones, meaning you'll look stylish while walking outdoors. If you'd like, you can also make this easy crochet pattern without headphones.
NotesThe blogger notes you can make this pattern for headphones or for traditional ear muffs.
Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook
Yarn Weight(2) Fine (23-26 stitches to 4 inches)
- 4 shades yarn (blogger used Stone Washed by Scheepjes in shades 801, 805, 809 and 813)
- D/3 or 3.25 mm crochet hook
- Tapestry needle
- Ready forms for ear muffs, ordinary headband, or headphones
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Oct 03, 2018
I was really excited about making these a head phone covers but there are not a lot of directions on that. They would not be for me but my Granddaughter. Would this concept work well with the smaller version headsets?
Sep 30, 2018
These are just beautiful. The colors used of these flower power crochet ear muffs really make a statement. It is just about the right time of the year to get started on projects like this. Thanks for sharing this post.
Jul 21, 2017
I love the pattern itself.It reminds me of the Native American patterns. I will make this pattern but my end result may be coasters.
Feb 05, 2017
I was a little confused when I first saw this projectwhere is the rest of it? Then once I clicked on the link, I saw that these are designed to cover already existing products. Made more sense that the photo on the initial article. Since Ive never worked anything with overlay crochet, this will be a nice little project to practice on. Probably wont make the ear muffs, but it certainly would make a pretty pincushion.
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