Crochet Ear and Neck Warmer

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Adding some twists, elegance, and ease are part of what defines my designs. This set is not different in any way. I wanted a cozy set with a beautiful texture. For the ear warmer, the width and an option for a low ponytail are the highlights. For the cowl, the pocket, and of course, the warmth that it would give! Both meet my expectations and I can tell you, I am going to rock both the easy-breezy head warmer and the pocket cowl this season like no other.

Easy Breezy Pocket Neck warmer

This beautiful cowl has a pocket, yes! You read that right, a pocket. What would you keep in yours? Keys, chapstick, Cards, or cash? The list is endless!!! Wait, if pockets aren’t your thing, you can leave this empty, it provides even more warmth for you! This easy-to-make cowl would be your go-to throughout the season.

FINISHED MEASUREMENT FOR THE EASY BREEZY POCKET COWL

SizeWidthHeight  
Toddler (S)22”6”
Child (M)24”8”
Teen/Adult Small (L)26”10”
Adult Large (XL)28”10”

Get the pocket cowl pattern on ETSY

Easy Breezy Cowl on Ravelry

Easy Breezy head warmer

This one is a must-have warmer for those days you have a quick errand to run in the cold. There are two options, one with a low ponytail opening and the other is without a low ponytail opening.

This pattern is graded and tested in 4 different sizes and has instructions to help you make a head warmer that fits beautifully.

Head warmer pattern on ETSY

Here is the link for the head warmer on Ravelry

FINISHED MEASUREMENT FOR THE EASY BREEZY HEAD WARMER PATTERN

SizeHead CircumferenceHeight  
Toddler (S)19”4”
Child (M)21”4”
Teen/Adult Small (L)22”5”
Adult Large (XL)23”5”

Materials for both Ear and Neck Warmer Pattern

Yarn – Lion Brand Jeans, Worsted weight, #4 (100% Acrylic, 246 yards/225m per 3.5 oz/100g skein)

1 (1, 1, 1) Ball in Green

Estimated Yardage

100 (140, 180, 220, 240) yards

Hook – 4 mm Crochet Hook

Pattern notes

  1. Similar #4 weight yarn can be substituted, please check gauge.
  2. Pattern is worked in rows (section 1 & 2) and in rounds (section 3).
  3. Chains at the beginning of the rounds/rows do counts as a stitch, unless stated.
  4. Each dc cluster is worked in ch 1 sp stacked on previous dc cluster.

Difficulty level – Intermediate

Terms – US Terminology

I can’t wait to see your beautiful makes from this set of ear and neck warmers. Do tag me with your makes!

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