The Arbor Ear Warmer crochet pattern is perfect for market stock. It uses a Lionbrand yarn that is widely available in many shops, and works up quickly. Quick makes are a must for market prep and this pattern is just that. I will be making tons of these for my cold weather markets next market season so stay tuned for market vlogs around that time to know how I displayed my ear warmers and about how well they sold.
If you have any questions about this Arbor Ear Warmer pattern or anything else on this page, leave a comment in the comment section at the bottom of this post!
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Yarn: LionBrand Wool-Ease Quick and Thick
- Any bulky/weight 5 yarn should work as a substitute
Hook: 8mm Crochet Hook
Yarn needle and scissors
ST – Stitch
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
Arbor Ear Warmer Crochet Pattern
ROW 1: DC in the 2nd CH from hook. SC in the next. *DC, SC* repeat this stitch repeat across the row. CH 1 and Turn. (8sts)
ROW 2-10: *DC, SC* repeat across row. CH 1 and turn. (8sts)
ROW 11: DC, SC, DC, SC. Then CH 1 and turn (4sts)
ROW 12-20: Repeat row 11.
Tie back on on row 10 (see photo below for clarification.)
ROW 11a: CH 1. SC, DC, SC, DC. CH 1 and turn. (4sts)
ROW 12-20a: SC, DC, SC, DC. CH 1 and turn. (4sts)
ROW 21: SC, DC, SC, DC. Now cross the first panel (4 sts wide that we tied off from earlier) over the current panel you’re working on and continue to crochet SC, DC, SC, DC across that row now connecting the 2 panels. CH 1 and turn. (8sts)
Row 22 – 30: *SC, DC* across the row. CH 1 and turn. (8sts)
Tie off leaving a 16″ tail.
Fold headband in half and using your tail and your yarn needle, whip stitch the ends together.
Weave in all ends.
You are all done!
Quick Makes Are A Makers Best Friend
As you can see these super cute Arbor ear warmers can be made in 30 minutes once you get the pattern down. These work great for market stock or for your online shop. Quick projects that take one skein make for a less stressful market season. Also work great for last minute gifts when you’re in a pinch! If you have any questions on this pattern please don’t hesitate to leave me a comment below. Also if you made this headband I would love to see it! Tag me on facebook or instagram @Taylorlynncrochet. Until next time, XOXO Tay