Crochet Twisted Ear Warmer Headband
The Crochet Twisted Ear Warmer Headband makes for the perfect gift for any woman in your life! Learn how easy it is to make by following along with my step by step video tutorial! Purchase the ad-free printable PDF pattern here!
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I love these headbands because not only are they super cute and trendy, but functional as well! They are super warm, and will keep your ears nice and toasty throughout the winter.
To learn how to make your own, keep on reading below!
Crochet Twisted Ear Warmer Headband Video Tutorial
The Crochet Twisted Ear Warmer Headband Tutorial is geared for intermediate beginners and higher and assumes you already know the following skills:
- half double crochet
That’s it! Once you’ve mastered those two skills, I’m confident you can tackle this pattern!
Below you’ll find both left and right handed tutorials!
Right Handed Tutorial
Left Handed Tutorial
Crochet Twisted Ear Warmer Headband Written Pattern
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- 6.5 mm crochet hook (I use this set!)
- 1 ball of Lion Brand Color Made Easy (pictured in Avocado, Gold Dijon Yellow, and Huckleberry)
- Each ball is 247 yds; Weight/Fiber: 5-Bulky, 100% Acrylic
- Tape Measure
- Gauge Checker
- Yarn Needle
- 12 stitches by 8 rows = 4 inches in half double crochet ribbing
Sizing, Finished Measurements & Customization Information
Customize Your Ear Warmer
- The number of chains is not really important. You just want to make sure that your foundation chain measures 1 inch less than the desired head measurement.
- Once you complete the first couple rows, the width of your flat piece should match that of the head measurement.
- For a more snug fit, size down.
- ch – chain
- hdc – half double crochet
Ch 53, (56, 59, 61, 65)
Row 1: Starting in 3rd ch from hook, hdc across row in back bar of chain, turn. (this length should be head measurement)
Row 2: Ch 2, hdc in back loops only across row, turn.
Child Size Only:
Rows 3 – 9: Repeat Row 2
Teen Size Only:
Rows 3 – 10: Repeat Row 2
Women’s Small, Medium, and Large sizes:
Rows 3 – 11: Repeat Row 2
Cut yarn leaving an arm’s length tail and secure.
Assembly – all sizes
See video tutorial for how to assemble your ear warmer.
Weave in all ends.
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Thank you for your comment! There was a timing issue with the video tutorial uploads – both left and right handed tutorials are now linked in the post! 🙂
there is no video
Yes there is. Look at the Reply from Shirley from the Owner.
It would be very good if you supplied the link to both your Youtube videos and to your Etsy Shop. The less complicated for customers, the better!
Hi Shirley! Thank you for your comment! There was a timing issue with the video tutorial uploads. Both left handed and right handed tutorials are now linked in the post!
Absolutely WOW! Just finished mine. Love it!
Thank you so much.
Yay!! I’m so glad you like it!!!! 😀 😀 😀
You say to work into the back loop of round 2 onwards, but is it not the 3rd loop you’re working into
This pattern is worked in the back loop. With half double crochet it might look like the 3rd loop from the camera angle, but its the back loop. Thanks!
When you begin the foundation row, working in the 3rd chain from the hook sets up the foundation for the rest of the pattern, so that, at the end of the first row, you turn, and in this pattern, you will make two chains because you are using hdc, and then insert hook at the very beginning chain of the row and continue on this way for every row. I always had this problem.
Could this pattern be made into a scarf (minus the twist)? If so, how long World you recommend? I made the head warmer twist for my daughter and she loves it but I’d like to make a matching scarf now. Thank you!
Hi Linda! This Chunky Crochet Cowl Pattern would match perfectly with the twisted ear warmer! (https://justbcrafty.com/2016/01/chunky-crochet-cowl-pattern.html) Let me know what you think! 😀
Perfect!!!!! Thank you so much!!
I LOVE this pattern! I made my friends’s daughter a twisted headband in the same colors as a. simple baby beanie I made for her newborn baby girl. Once the baby is a bit older. I’ll make a headband for her too.
THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Yay! I’m so happy you enjoyed the pattern! I’m sure they will LOVE their new earwarmers! 🙂
hi what yarn can i use besides the yarn you stated they dont sell it to anywhere.
I keep getting an extra twist in mine. The front looks great but the back remains twisted when I turn it right side out. What am I doing wrong?
The same thing keeps happening to me….
HI there! It sounds like you might be twisting the side of the head band you are rotating too much. When you go to join the head band, you really aren’t so much twisting one side but rotating it downwards, if that makes sense. I suggest re-watching the video a couple of times. You’ll get it!
Thank you! I just did my first crochet job following your video tutorial. I am so excited.
Yay!! That makes me so happy! Welcome to the wonderful world of crochet!! 😀
Loved your video, it’s very clear and easy to follow. And the headband looks amazing! Hello, Christmas presents!
Hi Nina! So glad you enjoyed the pattern! 🙂
If you don’t want to use bulky, do you use same size hook?
Hi Brittney! I would recommend using the hook size your yarn ball recommends and then follow my customization instructions listed in the pattern. Happy crocheting!
I was wondering approximately how many yards you would need to make a women’s large using the yarn you specified?
Thank you for posting this free pattern and video tutorial. I’m looking for ideas for gifting my family and my boyfriends family and I’m glad i came across your post. ?
Yay!! This is for sure a good pattern to have for the holidays! 😀
Love this pattern
Awesome and very easy video for left-handers. Thank you for sharing. .
Hi there! Thank you for this pattern. It works great. When all is said and done and I tried it on, the starting chain was very tight while the rest of the headband had stretch. Any ideas on how to avoid this? Did I crochet the chain too tight?
Hello, I really enjoyed your tutorial and I’ve made some ear warmers for my granddaughters and my two girls for Christmas. Hope they like them. It’s simple and so nice . Thank you … and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Just love this pattern. I made my daughter this headband in same yarn I used to make a sweater for her dog. Very cute,
The video was very easy to follow. Made the head band without any problem. Thanks.
Thanks Brittany! This is a SUPER fun project and now I have made several. I plan on making this for everyone! I had a suggestion for those that were having trouble with the twist. I pin my ear warmers with sewing pins first before seeing it together. I then turn it inside out to check that I have done everything right. If everything checks out, I go ahead and sew together. I think this helps save a lot of heartache? Happy crocheting everyone!
this group is so amazing
Did it take the whole skein of yarn? 247 yards? Just curious. Thank you
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