Fox Ears Crochet Headband Pattern

Fox Ears Crochet Headband Pattern

Fox Ears Crochet Headband Pattern
Fox Ears Crochet Headband Pattern
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It's time to highlight your foxy side with this adorable Fox Ears Crochet Headband Pattern. Animal ears are such a cute style right now, even for adults, but sometimes the full-on hat is just too much. With this headband crochet pattern, you can bring to life perky little ears that look as though they are coming right out of your head! These are great accessories for a themed party, for adding some unique fox personality to your style, or for little ones who want to play pretend as animals. This free crochet pattern features the double crochet stitch, so it will be easy and fun to work up.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Small bits worsted weight yarn in “orangey” red color and white (Shown here is Vanna’s Choice in Brick and White)
  • Size G/6 crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Large eye plastic sewing needle
  • Headband

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The designer says she came up with this idea because her children love to play dress up. I used to be the costume designer for our local childrens theater, and I wish Id had this pattern when we were doing The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. It would have saved me a lot of sewing. Im also earmarking (get it?) this for my teenage granddaughters who love a bit of whimsy as well.

Really cute ears but I found them a little large using worsted weight yarn so I made a further set using DK yarn and a smaller needle. My daughter had a number of old headbands where the ribbons had started to come off so this is a great way tyo upcycle old headbands. I also crocheted around the headband in a matching colour and it now looks like a brand new headband. It doesn't take much yarn to make and so any old bits from your stash can be used up and you can experiment using different colours. Thanks for sharing this pattern.

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