These chunky ear warmers will soon become your go to project for craft fairs or last minute gifts. Perfect for anyone who hates wearing hats, these will keep you warm and stylish at the same time. You can make one in under 15 minutes and what's more? It takes very little yarn. It takes only around 35 yards of bulky weight yarn to make one of these in the biggest size. It has a knit-look that is enhanced by the chunky yarn.
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Falling Leaves Ear Warmers
These super fun crochet ear warmers in the pictures below were made by Jenila Mathialagan and have such amazing colors and texture! What's more, if fall is your favorite season and you love the crisp refreshing air and the colorful falling leaves, you will love wearing this ear warmers!
PHOTOS by Jenila Mathialagan /Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
Plaid crochet Earwarmer
"A plaid crochet ear warmer is just what you need to keep toasty warm as the weather gets colder. The weather is beautiful during the day here but at night it gets chilly. In the desert you can have a 20 degree drop in temperature in just a few hours. Carrying layers is a must and this crochet ear warmer is an easy accessory to carry with you. I love creating crochet patterns and love the excuse to take pictures of my family. This pattern turned out so cute on all my family members. But each member is unique so I provided three different ways to finish off this the crochet ear warmer to meet each person’s style. I will show yo how to make a c wide, twisted or cinched crochet ear warmer."
Simple Crochet Earwarmer
This is a simple, twisted crochet ear warmer headband pattern that is suitable for beginners! Learn how to make these cozy, yet stylish ear warmers that are perfect for keeping your ears warm this winter. This is an easy and fun beginner crochet project and if you're an experienced crocheter you'll be able to work up a couple of crochet headbands in no time! Materials: any light worsted weight yarn (DK) and a 5mm crochet hook.
Frosted Petals Ear Warmer
- Designed by Megan Meyer
Megan Meyer proved, that ear warmers doesn't have to be boring at all! I mean, just take a look at the pictures below. The intricate, lacy ear warmer is the ultimate, feminine accessory for fall and winter time. It will keep your ears and head warm, and you will be able to still wear a bun or a ponytail!
PHOTOS by Megan Meyer /Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on leftinknots.com or read more about it on Ravelry.
Super Simple Beginner's 30-minute Beanie
Are any of you looking for a warm, winter hat to keep you cozy during this cold season? If so, I'd love to share with you the Super Simple Beginner's 30 minute beanie! It takes only one skein of super bulky yarn and you can whip it up in just a half hour of time! It's perfect to make for craft fairs or as gifts, such as birthday gifts, Christmas and holiday gifts, and more!
Difficulty Level: Beginner
Crochet Hook: M/13 or 9 mm hook
Yarn Weight: (6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)
Finished Size: Brim circumference: approximately 20 inches (51 centimeters). Can be stretched to fit 24 inches (61 centimeters). / Beanie height: approximately 7.5 inches (19 centimeters)
Subdued Twisted Ear Warmer
"This lovely and simple textured earwarmer pattern is perfect for the cooler evenings coming this fall. Pair it with my Subdued Cowl for a pattern set. This simple twisted ear warmer pattern is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn  and a 6.5 mm (K) hook. The pattern is available in sizes Child/Teen/Small Adult and Medium Adult. I used approximately 88 yards of Red Heart Hygge Charm and a 6.5 mm (K) hook to make my ear warmer."
Twisted Through the Window Earwarmer
- Designed by Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots
If you like to have your hair in a bun, like the author, Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots,you will totally love this ear warmer! Because it won't mess up your hair and will keep your head super warm. It comes in few sizes, from toddler to adult.
PHOTOS by Alexandra of EyeLoveKnots /Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on eyeloveknots.com or read more about it on Ravelry.