Winter Headband Ear Warmer - 2 Pack Warm Cozy Fleece Stretchy Ear Muff with Full Cover for Outdoor Sports, Running, Hiking, Cycling, Tennis, Jogging
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Crocheted headbands also make great gifts. Crochet head bands can be make to fit anyone’s style from a baby to a man with few changes in style and size. You’ll be as cute as a button in this lovely and ridged knit earwarmer. You’ll be working in the round using basic knit and purl stitches. This results in a super stretchy ribbing – which means you won’t need much yarn and it’s sure to fit!
Push out the seams using your fingers. Go around the whole thing and push them as well as possible. STEP 8: Pin the gap Even worsted weight yarns vary so much (see the Peekaboo Puff Stitch Cowl for the info on the yarn used in the sample crochet ear warmer) that one type or even color of yarn could take 50 chains to reach the correct length and the next yarn could take 60! Crochet Ear Warmer
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I love everything about this adorable knit headband – the chunky braided cable, the width and just how gosh darn cozy it looks! This is a 6-stitch cable with 3 knit stitches in between the two halves. You’ll be working this free knitting pattern in rows.TIP: As always I recommend pre-washing your fabric so you can get rid of any possible shrinkage later. STEP 3: Layer pieces When it's cold, running headbands offer the perfect amount of insulation for your ears and forehead. Because the heat can escape from the top of your head, they don't cause overheating like a beanie hat can. And even if you do decide to take it off, it's much easier to stash - just wrap it around your wrist - than that awkward beanie. If your measured chain is significantly shorter than your measured rows, then you chain tight! You may want to relax your tension a bit when you chain.