Nosey Cozy Crochet Nose Warmer


Nosey Cozy Crochet Nose Warmer

Keep Jack Frost from nipping at your nose with an easy crochet nose cover.

Nosey Cozy Crochet Nose Warmer
Nosey Cozy Crochet Nose Warmer

Once you have crocheted yourself a hat, scarf, sweater, mittens, and socks, you may think you are prepared for the cold winter weather. But, if you always find yourself with a cold, runny nose through the winter months, your nose will thank you for the Nosey Cozy Crochet Nose Warmer.

It may seem silly, but our noses are one of the only body parts we do not cover on snowy or freezing days. Whether you find yourself shivering while shoveling snow, or can't sleep on winter nights due to the cold, this crochet nose warmer will keep you toasty. Even if you think a crochet nose cover looks ridiculous, you have to admit it would make a great gag gift or funny present for a White Elephant gift exchange.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeGauge is not important for this project.


Center of Crochet Nose Warmer:

  1. Make a magic circle, or ch 3 and sl st to join.

  2. Round 1: Ch 2 (does not count as dc), 8 dc in magic circle. Pull the tail of your yarn to close the magic circle and sl st into the first dc. (8)

  3. Round 2: Ch 2 (counts as dc), 1 dc in the same stitch as the ch 2. 2 dc in next stitch and in each stitch around. Sl st to join. (16)

  4. Round 3: Ch 1 (counts as hdc), 1 hdc in same st as ch 1. *1 hdc in next stitch, 2 hdc in the following st* Repeat from * to * for the rest of the round. Sl st to join. (24)

  5. Optional: Fold nose warmer in half to find hdc directly across from end of round. Insert placemarker into halfway point to mark starting st for second strap.

Strap Ties for Crochet Nose Warmer:

  1. Ch 70, or length desired for strap.

  2. Sc into the second ch from your hook, then sc into each chain across.

  3. Sl st into the next stitch at the base of the strap.

  4. Sl st in the next 11 hdc. The last sl st should be into the same location as placemarker, if using.

  5. Ch 70, or length chained for first strap.

  6. Sc into the second ch from your hook, then sc into each chain across.

  7. Sl st into the next stitch at the base of the strap.

  8. Sl st into the next 11 hdc, ending in the st where strap one begins.

  9. Bind off, and weave in ends.

  10. Enjoy your toasty nose warmer!

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This is so funny! Years ago, there was a commercial for a cold medicine that suggested the use of "nose mitten" - One of the actors kept saying, "I miss my mitten". Months later, my husband caught cold, and started saying the same line, so I made him one! Looked a lot like the picture in the pattern! I had no pattern, just winged it!

There was a news story about these the other day, and it showed a young, smiling, hip couple wearing these weird things on their noses. My husband asked me if they were really a thing, and to be honest, I dont know. I can understand the animal ones around Halloween, but theres no way I could wear this. I can barely stand having a scarf wrapped around my nose.

I love this idea for the Nosey Cozy Crochet Nose Warmer! So cute and a great idea for a fun outing with my grand kids. We are always saying my nose is cold and this will help.. The pattern is well written and so easy to make. Thank you for the fun free crochet pattern for the nose warmer..

This pattern is very well written and easy to follow. I am not sure if I would wear a nose warmer, but the model makes it look super cute!

This is a cute and sort of ridiculous idea. But, hey, why not?! My nose always gets much colder than the rest of my face.


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