This past spring I got my hands on some of Avery Lane Creations Hand Dyed Yarn and knew I needed to make something fabulous with it that would do the colours justice! After some time of pondering I came up with the perfect way to showcase this fabulous yarn; the Edgewood Ear Warmer.
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When I was designing the Edgewood Ear Warmer I really wanted to show off the colours of the yarn so I wanted to keep the design simple.
The added benefit to that is it’s very easy to make, totally beginner-friendly and works up so fast! You could have a couple done in about an hour!
I designed this to be extra wide to really keep you cozy and warm. It’s like wearing a beanie without wearing a beanie!
The ALC Yarn I used was so lovely to work with! The hand dyed colours are brilliant and I just love super bulky yarn. My testers used a variety of yarn and they all came out beautifully as well. Some brands they used were: *Lion Brand Hometown USA, *Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick, and Loops & Threads Braid Big in Salt & Pepper.
The Tester Pictures
I so love seeing the pictures coming in as my amazing testers finish! Here are some of their Edgewood Ear Warmers.
Edgewood Ear Warmer Pattern
- Approx. 35 – 50 yards of #6 Super Bulky yarn I used Avery Lane Creations Hand Dyed
- 8.0mm crochet hook. I used *Furls Streamline Swirls
- Yarn needle
- Tape measure
5 sts x 4 rows = 2″ Pattern for gauge: same st pattern as design
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Adult Small: Best fit for 21″-22″ head circumference Band before joining 18″-20″ (slight stretch) Width: 4.5″
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- ch – Chain
- sc – Single Crochet
- hdc – Half Double Crochet
- st(s) – Stitch(es)
- US Terminology
- All beginning ch1 do not count as a stitch
- Ear Warmer is worked width wise then seamed together.
- Before you tie-off you can opt to make a border around, then seam the ends together.
Edgewood Ear Warmer
Best fit for 21″-22″ head circumference
Row 1: hdc in the second ch from the hook and each ch across, ch1, turn (10 hdc).
Row 2: sc in each st across, ch1, turn (10 sc).
Row 3: hdc in each stitch across, ch1, turn (10 hdc).
Row 4 – 33: Repeat rows 2 and 3.
Row 34: Repeat row 2, tie off leaving long tail to seam ends together.
Right Side or Wrong Side?
This ear warmer can be worn with either side facing out. I really liked the texture of the sc side, but either works!
Using your yarn needle, bring ends together, with the side you would like to show out, on the inside, and whip stitch closed. Turn inside out so the seam is on the inside.
Weave in all ends and you’re done!
There you have it! Your very own Edgewood Ear Warmer!
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I hope you love your Edgewood Ear Warmer!! I would love to see how yours turn out!
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