Fox Ear Warmers


"Fall time reminds me of foxes in woods. Make this adorable Fox Ear Warmer for teens and adults. Add a nose and whiskers to add to the cuteness! Get your worsted weight yarn and I hook ready. Skill Level: Intermediate Sizes Included: Teen/Adult Finished Size: 19 1/4" circumference 3 1/2" height Materials: Worsted weight (4-medium) less than quarter of Lion Brand, Vanna's Choice, Orange yarn a small amount of Caron, One Pound, Black yarn I-9 (5.50mm) crochet hook Fabric scissors Yarn needle, to weave ends Gauge: 3 dc stitches x 2 rows is 1" Abbreviations/Stitches Used: st(s)-stitch(es) ch-chain slst-slip stitch sc-single crochet dc-double crochet"


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge3 dc stitches x 2 rows is 1"

Finished Size19 1/4" circumference, 3 1/2" height

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn
  • I crochet hook
  • Fabric scissors
  • Yarn needle, to weave ends

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My grand daughter would love this. It's such an easy pattern that I have to make it. But mine will become a kitty. And then one as a puppy. She may end up with an entire menagerie of head bands. Thank you for making it possible by sharing this great pattern.

What a unique and cute last minute hand made gift idea! I really think that grown women can wear these, too. All you have to do to change up the animal is change the main yarn color and it couldn't be easier to switch to a black cat, or a bunny- but elongate the ears, easily too!

These are just too cute. Foxes are so adorable and right now they so popular. These would be perfect for a last minute gift for any little ones in your life, boy or girl. And they will definitely love it. I can't wait to whip up a few of these.

This is a simple headband project that Im going to set aside for my granddaughters. I have a few in their early to mid teens, and this is exactly the kind of round robin project I like to send to them. They are all becoming fairly established crocheters, so I feel confident theyll be able to work this pattern.


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