This sweet crochet twist ear warmer features my ever-popular snowfall stitch, which gives it a lovely, classic look that’s in season all year long. The crochet ear warmer pattern includes helpful stitch videos, as well as SEVEN sizes from Newborn to Adult Large.
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These sweet headbands are a rescue project.
And by “rescued” I mean I found them a few stitches from finished in a long-forgotten WIP bin (please tell me I am not the only one who has bins of forgotten projects?!)

Thankfully the basket had kept them dust-free and pretty, so all that was needed was to sew them together and then convince my girls to model for me.

These crochet twist headbands look so cute on them!

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This pattern includes 7 sizes from newborn to adult Large, so there is a size for anyone who wants one.

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The pattern also includes helpful photogrpahs and links to videos. If you are new to the snowfall stitch, I have a video for that. Even though that twist front detail may look intimidating, I assure you that it’s much easier than it looks. I have a photograph tutorial in the written pattern download to help as well!

How to get this Snowfall Twist Headband Ear Warmer Crochet Pattern:

This pattern can be individually purchased in my shops. It is also included in the Endless Bundle, this Whistle and Ivy all-access pass!


You can get the snowfall crochet twist ear warmer crochet pattern in my shops, click the shop below you would like to use:

Whistle and Ivy Shop
OR Join the Endless Bundle 

What you need:

Medium Weight Yarn in 2 contrasting colors (Lion Brand Heartland)
5.5mm Hook
Darning Needle

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Lessons learn this week: Take some time to go through those WIP bins, you never know what you are going to find!

Happy crocheting!

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