Animal Ear Warmer Crochet Pattern

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Check out how fun these Animal Ear Warmers are!!The perfect accessory to keep those ears warm on colder days, these are perfect for boys and girls of all ages (the pattern has sizes from newborn up to adult). WARNING: Hot Seller at Craft Fairs too…

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Customize your Animal Ear Warmer Pattern:

Each Ear Warmer begins the same way. Make the basic band in any size from newborn up to adult. You will make it just the way you want with instructions/suggestions for color changes for the different animals. Wearing just the band is also an option for a more simple look.

Make the Band

Build each headband using the instruction for each individual animal. Make pieces for the eyes, nose and ears. Switch up pieces if you like (change out the open or sleepy eyes on the fox & owl) or decide to leave some off for a more simple look like the sock monkey option.

Sew on the pieces for an adorable ear warmer. If you haven’t sewn on appliques before, you may find this tutorial I created helpful, just click HERE. Using this technique can give your crochet work that professional look:

Your completed Animal Ear Warmers are sure to be a huge hit. Request will probably start coming in for more animals, or different colors, but the best part is, the options are endless.

Grab your copy of the Animal Ear Warmers Pattern:

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Other Craft Fair Patterns you may like:

Animal Christmas Ornament / Canning Jar Toppers Crochet Pattern: HERE

Hygge Coffee / Wine Cozy Crochet Pattern: HERE

Mitten Bunting / Advent Calendar Crochet Pattern with Printables: HERE

FREE Crochet Pattern for Coffee Mug Cozy: HERE

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Christie Fields

    Could you fashion the fox one, to look more like a wolf?

    1. SweetPotato3

      I believe if you just change up the colors to a grey it should look more like a fox!

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