This ear warmer pattern is the Easiest Twisted Ear Warmer pattern you’ll ever crochet. Using a fuzzy yarn and a just ten rows for the adult size, it works up in NO time!
Easiest Twisted Ear Warmer Crochet Pattern
I’m sure by now we’ve all seen the twisted headbands and twisted ear warmer crochet patterns floating around the internet. This NEW pattern is the easiest one around! Made to match the Easiest Crochet Cowl pattern, we use a fuzzy, bulky weight yarn that works up SO FAST! Whether you’re a beginner crocheter or a seasoned one, this is the easiest twisted ear warmer crochet pattern you’ll find.
This summer I started going on daily walks. Now that the weather is colder, and because I have such sensitive ears, I decided I needed a nice, dense warm ear warmer to wear on said walks. This pattern is just the ticket!
As noted above, this twisted ear warmer is made to match the Easiest Crochet Cowl pattern. We are holding two strands of yarn together. If you would prefer to use one strand with a bulky weight yarn that should work up fine as well! My testers used bulky weight and they turned out great.
Lion Brand Homespun yarn (“Painted Desert” colorway pictured)
Worsted Weight yarn in corresponding color (Brava Worsted in “Silver” pictured)
*as little as 25 yards for infant to 45 yards for adult
Crochet hook in size K/6.5mm
Pattern written in US terms.
The chain-1 at the beginning of each row does NOT count as a stitch.
It may be easier to crochet by feel rather than by sight.
Count your stitches each row as you crochet them. It helps to make sure you stay on track.
Foundation Single Crochet – (Fsc) tutorial.
In row 2, crochet around the beginning yarn tail to avoid having to weave it in later.
Sizes: (Infant, Toddler, Child, Teen, Adult)
Row 1: Fsc-(38, 42, 44, 46, 50) (alternately you could Ch-(39, 43, 45, 47, 51), sc in 2nd chain from hook and in each to end) (38, 42, 44, 46, 50)
*row 1 should be ~(16“, 18”, 19“, 20”, 21“) long.
Rows 2 – (6, 8, 10, 10, 10): Ch-1, turn, sc in each st to end. (38, 42, 44, 46, 50)
Fasten off leaving ~20″ tail for sewing ends.
Thread yarn needle using yarn tail from fastening off. With rectangle laid out and oriented as pictured (with the tail at the top left), fold the two ends in half as pictured below.
Fit the two ends together as pictured. Hold all four layers of fabric together with your non-dominant hand and sew through all four layers of fabric using the yarn needle.
Sew all layers together securely and weave in all ends. That. Is. It!
Isn’t that the easiest ear warmer you’ve ever crocheted?! I hope you enjoyed this pattern as much as I did! They work up fast, would make excellent gifts, and you can get several of them from one skein of yarn. Talk about an inexpensive project! 🤩