Crochet Ear Warmers – Fast to Make and Fun to Wear!

Crochet Ear Warmers are winter’s answer to the headband. Part winter wear, part fashion accessory, they’re a great way to stay toasty and look good doing it! There are crochet ear warmer patterns for men, women, and children – here are 10 of the best free patterns I’ve found!

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10 Free Patterns for Crochet Ear Warmers

  1. Forever Tiffani by Corina Gray, on Stitch11: Adult size – I love the look of this brand new pattern! Be sure to check out the linked tutorial – such a clever way to wear it!free crochet ear warmers pattern free ear warmers crochet headband pattern
  2. Granny Stripe Headband/Ear Warmer by Sara Freisberg, on Tangled Happy: Ages 6-12 – Another great way to use the granny square!free crochet ear warmers pattern free ear warmers crochet headband pattern
  3. Basic Ear Warmer by Bella Feagins, on CreateBellaCreate: Adult man size as written, but includes instructions for custom sizing – Great look for guys, and a smart technique for getting a finished look.free crochet ear warmers pattern free ear warmers crochet headband pattern
  4. Textured Crochet Headband by Dana Jordan, on Cotton Gin Studios: Adult – I like the shape of this headband, and I really like the stitch used: foundation slip stitch! I need to play with this, and this headband is a great way to start.free crochet ear warmers pattern free ear warmers crochet headband pattern
  5. Crochet Ribbon Headband on A Crafty House: Baby to Child – What’s brilliant here is that this isn’t a pattern with different sizes, it’s an ear warmer that is size adjustable, using the ribbon! Make one for your little and it’ll fit her for years.free crochet ear warmers pattern free ear warmers crochet headband pattern
  6. Crochet Earwarmer~with flower! by Carrissa Knox, on Penelope Rae: THIS PATTERN IS NO LONGER FREE, BUT IS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ON RAVELRY Teen/Adult – Big and bold, this ear warmer is super thick to keep you warm. And it looks fab!free crochet ear warmers pattern free ear warmers crochet headband pattern
  7. Bobble Head by Natalie Thouret Brock on Crochet Me: Teen/Adult – This pattern is a bit bigger than your average ear warmer – great for keeping you cozy when you’ve got too much hair for a hat! The great stitch pattern is sure to hold your interest – and you know I love bobbles.free crochet ear warmers pattern free ear warmers crochet headband pattern
  8. Knotted Headband by Stephanie Jessica Lau, All About Ami: Adult – This photo tutorial makes this a super easy pattern to make – and they’ll make you look internationally stylish!free crochet ear warmers pattern free ear warmers crochet headband pattern
  9. Bobble Baby Ear Warmer by Kim Morrow, on Little Rays of Sunshine: THIS SITE IS NO LONGER ONLINE, PATTERN UNAVAILABLE Toddler/Custom – I mentioned I loved bobbles, right? But they’re also super practical, holding lots of warm air and keeping the little one’s ears cozy. And looking great all the while!free crochet ear warmers pattern free ear warmers crochet headband pattern
  10. Tunisian Knit Headband by Amy Depew, on The Laughing Willow: Adult/Custom Fit – I’ve been wanting to take another stab at Tunisian Crochet, and this seems like a great first project! Simple enough for those with Tunisian experience, I’m sure!free crochet ear warmers pattern free ear warmers crochet headband pattern

BONUS #11: Now there’s an ear warmer pattern here at Moogly! The All Grown Up Ear Warmer!

All Grown Up Ear Warmer: free #crochet pattern in 2 sizes!

So if you’re looking to stay warm and stylish without getting hat head, maybe crochet ear warmers are in your future! They’re quick, great stash busters, so you can make one to match every outfit. Have you made crochet ear warmers before? What’s your favorite ear warmer or winter headband pattern? Share it in the comments!

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  1. 1

    Jenn L says

    What perfect timing. I’m teaching a group of 10 year olds to crochet tomorrow evening. I was going to just have them make washcloths to start with. This is so much better.

    • 2

      moogly says

      That’s fantastic Jenn! Good luck – I have an 11 year old of my own, and a whole group of them can be overwhelming lol!

  2. 3

    Roxie says

    How nice of you to offer up these awesome headband instructions. I for one really appreciate it and can’t wait to start one up.
    Thanks so much!

  3. 5

    says

    Hi there. Sorry for the delay, but wanted to say thanks for linking back to my page! I appreciate the traffic and hope the pattern is as fun and easy for everyone to make as it was to create!

  4. 7

    says

    These are precious! I especially love the knotted one. I’ve been knitting headbands for a few years now, but I haven’t had much luck trying to make them into ear warmers. Maybe one of these will work out better. :-)

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