you will love Crochet Twisted Ear Warmer PatternBecause it’s an easy crochet project. It’s also a double edged crochet headband and a great gift idea!
The best thing about this style is the beautiful twist in the front.
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How to crochet a twisted ear warmer pattern
The crochet ear is heated as a tube. You’ll start by creating a circle that ends the width of a crochet headband.
Next, you will crochet in rounds until you reach the circumference of your head.
Finally, the headband is held together using whip stitches.
The crochet pattern is very easy and even beginners can make it. What you need to know in addition to single crochet stitches is how to crochet the front loop and the back loop.
Yarn for tube crochet headband
Suggested yarn for this crochet pattern is Touch of Mohair by Lion Brand Yarn, which has unfortunately been discontinued. It was 3 light threads.
do not worry. You can easily replace any yarn, even thicker yarn such as worsted yarn.
When replacing yarn, adjust the crochet hook and stitch to achieve the same size or try to get the gauge right.
Gorgeous crochet gift idea
This crochet headband is definitely the perfect crochet Christmas gift for women. They look really expensive, but they are also easy to make and affordable.
Make it with whatever yarn you have on hand, and the gift will be ready in just a few hours or two!
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How long does it take to crochet it?
The time it takes to crochet varies depending on your skills and how quickly you crochet. But that’s not a helpful answer, is it?
Well, I have developed a spinning calculator to help you get the answer to this question.
This will help you calculate exactly how much time you will spend designing a project.
All you need to know is how much yarn you are going to use in the project whether in meters, yards, or skeins. Then crochet your test square and timing it.
Calculate how long it will take to crochet.
Free Twisted Headband Crochet Pattern
Crochet Ear Warmer Twist Pattern Summary
The Crochet Twisted Ear Warmer is a beautiful double edged crochet pattern.
It’s an easy skill level, because it’s mostly single crochet stitches, in easy stitch repetition.
This pattern is written for only one size, but it is very easy to customize according to your own needs. Suggestions for size adjustments are written in the form.
Materials for the twisted headband
How much yarn is needed for a twisted headband:
- 3 light yarn, DK yarn.
- 90% acrylic, 10% mohair
Measured on a crochet stitch pattern in rounds:
18 stitches and 18 rows per 10cm/4in.
Crochet Pattern Notes
- This crochet pattern is written in American terms (more details).
- All measurements given are not prohibited.
- Note that the measurements are given as accurate as possible. But the tension and technique of crochet may give variations in the result, changing from person to person.
- Read the pattern instructions carefully before you start to make sure you understand everything. It may save you hours!
- Make a stand measuring at least 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4 inches using the stitch that the gauge is provided for. If your swatch matches the scale, you’re good to go. If the gauge is wrong, you may need to change the hook. Go up in the crochet hook size if your stitches are smaller and go down in the crochet hook size if your stitches are bigger (more details).
- Check the yarn info if you want to find a replacement or test your yarn against the gauge (more details).
- This pattern is written for one size, but size adjustments are suggested under the “Size & Measurements” heading.
- At the end of each row, the number of stitches is given in parentheses.
Size and Measurements
Show: 11cm / 4.3in
Length (before crossing and closing): 48 cm / 18.9 in
- Adjust the width by adding/decreasing the number of stitches you start with, and increasing/decreasing it by 2 stitches at a time.
- Adjust the length by sewing more/less rows than suggested.
- BLsc = single crochet loop
- Ch = String (tutorial) (tutorial)
- FLsc = single crochet front loop
- FSC = single crochet foundation
- m = place mark
- Sc = single crochet (tutorial)
- sl st = slip stitch (tutorial)
- St = stitch(s)
- yo = spinning
The stitches used in the crochet pattern
Foundation Single Crochet Stitch (FSC):
Step 1: Chapter 2 st.
Step 2: Insert the hook into the second ch. of the hook, and pull the loop. U and drag through the first loop (making a “string”). U and pull through both loops on the hook.
StEpisode 3: Insert the hook into the previous “string” you made (it should look like you’re going through a similar alignment to a “normal” column, with two strands of yarn), pull up a loop, and pull through the first loop (making a “chain”). U and pull through both loops on the hook.
Repeat step 3 until you have made enough stitches. *Second ch in step 1 makes 1 st, step 2 makes 1 st and each time step 3 is repeated you make 1 st.
Find a single crochet stitch tutorial here.
Single Back Loop Crochet Stitch (BLsc):
Crochet exactly the same steps as regular single crochet, but you’ll only insert the hook into the back loop of the stitch.
Front Loop Single Stitch Crochet (FLSC):
Crochet exactly the same steps as regular single crochet, but you’ll only insert the hook into the front loop of the stitch.
Tutorial for single crochet back loop and front loop single crochet stitch combination.
Crochet Twisted Ear Warmers Instructions
Make 43 stitches using the FSC method, sl st in 1st st.
first round: ch 1 (counts as 1st st), PM in ch, *BLSc 1 next st, FLsc 1 next st*, repeat from * to * until you reach PM, round doesn’t end (= 43 st).
BLsc in ch., PM.
Worked on all of the following tours:
*FLsc, BLSc*, repeat from * to * until headband measures 48cm/18.9, or you have 87 rounds or reach desired length.
FLsc stitches will be worked into BLsc stitches and vice versa.
Connect and cut the yarn.
Finishing and assembly
- Cross the headband once lengthwise.
- Sew the short edges with whip stitches using a fabric needle.
- Tie the threads and weave at the ends.