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How To Make A DIY Crochet Crown Ear Warmer

You get to keep your ears nice and warm while remaining cute and stylish at the same time.

Summer is not going to last forever, no matter how hard we try to convince ourselves otherwise. Fall and winter are quietly lurking in the background, waiting to announce themselves. Our days of wearing flip flops and shorts are numbered. Soon, it will be time to grab our woolen scarves and big sweaters. You’ll also need to make sure that your ears stay nice and warm.

The crochet ear warmer is shaped like a crown and trust us, it is fit for a queen (or a princess)! We can’t wait to start ours. You don’t need to be a toddler or a child to rock one of these. They are perfect for teenagers and adults, too. You get to keep your ears nice and warm while remaining cute and stylish at the same time. What could possibly be better than that?

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Thanks to the Crochet For You blog, we now have the chance to enjoy this free crochet pattern. We are so grateful to them for sharing it with the rest of the world. The sizing information is provided so that the process is made simple. You don’t need to be an expert seamstress to tackle this project. Anyone who is looking for an easy craft project is going to love this.

Newborn and toddler sizes are offered to parents who are in need of a safe option for their babies. This is a great idea for anyone who is looking for the perfect gift for their friends and loved ones during the upcoming holiday season. Again, if you’re not the most experienced when it comes to crochet, do not worry.

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I hope this year you will make some crown ear warmers for your family, friends, and sell in your store. I have uploaded a video tutorial on my YouTube channel and updated the blog post with the video on the blog. ❤️ ➿ Pattern: Crown Earwarmer (search on my blog www.crochetforyoublog.com) Yarns I used for the video tutorial: @redheartyarns Super Saver (Dusty Gray)

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The project is designed to be completed with ease, even if you are a novice. Once you have completed one of these crown ear warmers, you will definitely want to keep going. It’s definitely a great hobby to pick up during the winter months because there is plenty of time to learn.

If you are right-handed and you are in need of a helpful tutorial, not to worry! We have got you covered. The video below will teach you everything that you need to know. These patterns are bound to be popular this winter so get a jump on things by sharing this handy guide with your crochet buddies. The cooler weather is on the way and we need to be prepared.