The Best Ear Warmer Crochet Patterns

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This week for our Free Pattern Friday Roundup I have located 10 free Ear Warmer Crochet Patterns that you can make super quick!

These one-evening crochet projects are a great way to try out new crochet stitches.

Plus, crochet ear warmers are fantastic to give as gifts. They can easily be tucked into your pocket or purse, or stored in your vehicle for those windy days when you need something to ward of the cold chill but don’t necessarily need a hat.

Ear warmers are also great for those people (like me!) who usually wear their hair up in a messy bun or in a simple ponytail.

So let’s get to it – here are some quick and easy patterns you can crochet for earwarmers and headbands. Included are links to free patterns for men, women and children.

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Mens Ear Warmer - Featured Free Pattern Friday

Afton Men's Ear Warmer by Jessica Underwood

The Afton Men's Ear Warmer pattern was designed by Jessica Underwood. This project is crocheted with Fingering Weight Yarn [1] and a 3.5 mm (E) hook. The finished ear warmer measures 4.25 inches wide X 22 inches circumference.

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Aspen Earwarmer - Featured Free Pattern Friday

Aspen Earwarmer by Sara Sach

The Aspen Earwarmer pattern was designed by Sara Sach. You will need Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5.5 mm (I) hook. This headband fits a head circumference of 22 inches.

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Malia Twisted Earwarmer - Featured Free Pattern Friday

Malia Twisted Earwarmer by Rebecca Langford

The Malia Twisted Earwarmer was designed by Rebecca Langford. This pretty earwarmer was crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5.5. mm (I) hook.

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Picot Me Up Ear Warmer - Featured Free Pattern Friday

Picot Me Up Ear Warmer

The Picot Me Up Ear Warmer pattern was designed by Ashley Parker. This ear warmer is crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) hook.

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Adelaide Earwarmer by Amy Ramnarine

The Adelaide Earwarmer pattern was designed by Amy Ramnarine. This project is crocheted with Super Bulky Weight Yarn [6] and a 9 mm (M/N) hook and available in sizes 6-10 years to Adult Large.

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Faux Knit Twisted Earwarmer - Featured Free Pattern Friday

Faux Knit Twisted Ear Warmer by Lindsey Dale

The Faux Knit Twisted Ear Warmer pattern was designed by Lindsey Dale. This pattern is crocheted with Bulky Weight Yarn [5] and a 10 mm (N/P) hook. Sizes include: baby to adult.

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Alpine Stitch Ear Warmer - Featured Free Pattern Friday

Alpine Stitch Ear Warmer by Crochet 365 Knit Too

The Alpine Stitch Ear Warmer pattern was designed by Crochet 365, Knit Too. This ear warmer was crocheted with Bulky Weight Yarn [5] and a 6.5 mm (K) hook.

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Fur Lined Plaid Ear Warmer - Featured Free Pattern Friday

Fur Lined Plaid Ear Warmer by Sonya Blackstone

The Fur Lined Plaid Ear Warmer pattern was designed by Sonya Blackstone. This pretty project was crocheted with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 5.5 mm (I) hook.

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Chocolate Bar Headband by Tatsiana Kupryianchyk

The Chocolate Bar Headband pattern was designed by Tatsiana Kupryianchyk. This headband is croched with Medium Weight Yarn [4] and a 4.5 mm hook. The finished headband measures 22 inches X 4.3 inches.

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Basic Bulky Earwarmer - Featured Free Pattern Friday

Basic Bulky Ear Warmer by Megan Meyer

The Basic Bulky Ear Warmer pattern was designed by Megan Meyer. This beginner friendly project was crocheted with Super Bulky Weight Yarn [6] and a 6.5 mm (K) hook.

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Aspen Earwarmer by Sara Sach

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  1. Hi Ceclia, I think part of the problem is that whomever is designing the pattern will use the term earwarmer and headband interchangeably. So the measurements will be about the same; unless it is a narrow headband that is being used to just hold the hair back and isn’t meant to cover the ears. Unfortuneatly with the words being used interchangeable the only way for sure for you to know which is which is to see the finished project and determine how wide the band is. I would make a headband that is to pull back the hair only slightly smaller in circumference (so it is tighter). Here is a roundup I did a while back that gives you some options for the narrower kind – they may have some measurements included. I personally like the ones that use an elastic in the back to help them stay put. https://oombawkadesigncrochet.com/20-free-patterns-for-crocheted-headbands-save-for-later/ Hope this helps! Rhondda

  2. when making an earwarmer do you use the same measurements as for a headband? I assume an earwarmer goes down over the ear and around the back of the neck and the headband goes above the eyebrow and around the upper part of the head. Do you use the same head measurements for the earwarmer or does it need to be longer? Help is appreciated. There are so many charts out there for measurements and all different…it is confusing.