textured ear warmer headband crochet pattern
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Easy Textured Ear Warmer Crochet Pattern

December 21, 2017

This easy crunch stitch makes a beautifully textured headband. This Easy Textured Ear Warmer Crochet Pattern is just wide enough to keep those ears warm and still be a cute winter accessory.  Sometimes all you need is a little something to keep you warm.This headband can easily be made wider. The base ch just needs to be an odd number and the pattern will work out the same. I love the design of this stitch and can’t wait to try it with other projects. I think it would be awesome for a dish cloth or face scrubbies.

crunch stitch headband crochet pattern

PATTERN

Materials
Worsted weight yarn (category 4)
5.0 mm hook
Yarn needle
Scissors

Level
easy+

Pattern Notes & Stitches to Know
ch – chain
sl st – slip stitch
hdc – half double crochet

Make sure to sl st loosely

HEADBAND

Ch 11 (can be any odd number)

Row 1: sl st in 3rd ch from hook (skipped ch 2 counts as hdc), *hdc in next ch, sl st in next* repeat from * to * across

Row 2: ch 2 (counts as hdc), turn, skip first sl st, *sl st in next hdc, hdc in next sl st* repeat from * to * across, sl st on top of turning ch

Repeat row 2 to row 67 (or until approximately 20 inches long – or until desired length)

Bring both ends together, sew them together with sc.

Fasten off, weave in the ends.

crunch stitch headband crochet pattern

 

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  1. Dear Breann.

    I just don’t get it at row 2 in the easy textured ear warmer. My impression is that texture is supposed to look like valley and ridge to the eye. As you write ..” ch2 ,skip first slipstich “ in my piece of work I’m supposed to “go up the ridge” – in to a hdc just after the 2 chains. Therefore I make a slipstich right away after ch2? Although you right ..” skip first slst, for me that would mean skip a set of slst und hdc, if you are to do slst upon hdc and hdc upon slst, in other words valley and ridge?

    Dear regards
    Linda Hansson in Bern Switzerland

    1. Hi 🙂 Your last stitch in row 1 should be a sl st. So when you turn, ch 2 (this counts as hdc), then sl st into the first hdc. The sl sts are working to the hdc and the hdc into the sl st.

      Hope this helps!

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