Wild West Ear Warmer Headband Crochet Pattern

In dreaming of cooler weather, I decided to make a few winter accessories today. I didn’t think I would love this ear warmer headband THIS much but I am obsessed! I’m excited to share this pattern with all of you because it’s a quick and simple project that I know you will love.

The stitches uses in this project are simple to do, even though I had to remix the traditional bean stitch and kind of combine it with a puff stitch to get the look I was going for. No worries though, it’s very simple and I explain in the pattern below just how to do it.

 

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Wild West Ear Warmer Headband

 

Abbreviations/Stitches Used-

Chain (ch)

Stitch (st)

Modified Bean Stitch (mbs)

Single Crochet (sc)

Half Double Crochet (hdc)

 

*Modified Bean Stitch: (Yarn over, insert hook, pull up a loop- 3 times <7 loops on hook>, Yarn over, pull through first 6 loops on hook <2 loops on hook>, Yarn over, pull through last 2 loops.)

 

Materials Needed:

  • Worsted Weight #4 yarn in 4 colors- small amount of each color. (You may use any colors but mine were: cream, light brown, red, and baby blue for the first one and cream, light brown, burgundy, and lavender for the second.)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle
  • 5 mm crochet hook

 

 

 

Pattern:

 

*Color Cream

 

  1. Ch 68
  2. Starting in third ch from hook, make hdc in each st across <66>

 

 

*Switch Color to Light Brown

 

  1. Ch 1. Starting in first st from hook, sc in each st across <66>

 

Switch color to Baby Blue

 

  1. Ch 3. Starting in first st from hook, make a mbs in each st across <66>

 

Switch color to Light Brown

 

  1. Repeat row #3

 

Switch color to Cream

 

  1. Ch 2, Repeat row #2

 

Switch Color to Light Brown

 

  1. Repeat row #3

 

Switch Color to Red

 

  1. Repeat row #4

 

Switch color to Light Brown

 

  1. Repeat row #3

Switch color to Cream

 

  1. Ch 2, Repeat row #2.

 

Fasten off, weave in ends.

Lay both end pieces beside each other overlapping in the middle. Fold one side over the back and the other side over the front making a “c” with both sides. Pictured below.

 

Using a piece of yarn and your yarn needle, stitch them together.

Tie off and weave in any ends and turn your work so that your seam is to the inside.

 

And you’re done!

 

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Until next time, stay safe and stay happy. Xo, Hannah!

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