Tapestry Crochet Ethinc Girl Earwarmer


Tapestry Crochet Ethinc Girl Earwarmer

Tapestry Crochet Ethinc Girl Earwarmer
Tapestry Crochet Ethinc Girl Earwarmer

"This Tapestry Crochet Ear warmer pattern is a bold mix of colours inspired by the native american head dress. It is desgined to not only keep your ears warm but to also brighten your day. The colours can be simpler, of course. You decide on the final look. The pattern is in 4 sizes, toddler to adult. And it comes lots of tips on using the tapestry crochet technique. This pattern is right for any skill level. And you do not have to buy new yarns, you can totally use your left over yarns for this project."

NotesThe pattern is mainly in graph; whih is easier and less distrating to follow.


Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook, G/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge15 SC across and 4 rows of SC = 4×3”

Finished SizeToddler to Adult

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Ive worked a few Tapestry projects before but never a headband or ear warmer. Im looking forward to playing with this one, but I would guess that since you will be carrying inactive yarn along under the active, this is going to be fairly stiff and wont have much stretch. You might want to keep that in mind when you make your initial starting chain.

I tell you, the head band looks way better on the model! You do not get the full effect of it until you see her wearing it. I could spend a pretty penny at a store at the mall for something like this. Now I have the opportunity to make it for myself. I am not well versed in working with more than two colors at a time, and for that I will say this project looks rather daunting. But it is a SMALL project so it is doable. I read a tip use large zip top baggies to hold each individual color so they don't all get tangled as you work!

This doesn't use huge amounts of yarn, so what I like to do is wind some lengths of the accent yarn on empty toilet tubes and then secure the yarn with a clothes pin. With a small project like this, it's easier to move them around than full skeins.


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