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  1. Follow the link below for a free crochet pattern "Marla's Head Band-Ear Warmer. This is my pattern posted on Ravelry.com The Ravelry link will take you to Craftsy where you can download the free pattern. Enjoy! (Harrietta Wright) http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/marlas-headband-ear-warmer
  2. I thought I would share the ear warmer/neck warmer. next week. I crocheted with two strands of Red Heart yarn and a N crochet hook. I usually used as an ear warmer.
  3. Just wanted to share my Sailor Moon inspired ear warmer. The main band is yellow for the main character's blond hair and the bow is red to represent the red bow of her uniform when she's transformed. She's one of my favorite anime characters. Don't mind the green and gray infinity scarf peeking out of my jacket in the second picture, I just happened to be wearing it at the time. The scarf was an early birthday gift I got so clearly not my handiwork.
  4. New Free Pattern Here is a versatile headband/earwarmer that I designed. It's great because you can use any yarn you like and can make it any size you like, it works up quickly, is stretchy and has a textured finish. Add my Double Loop Flower to trim the headband. 12-124 FREE Winter Wave Headband .pdf
  5. Chunky Headband Free Crochet Pattern http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/2012/08/free-crochet-chunky-headband-pattern.html
  6. I am a a newbie crocheter and making an ear warmer with a contrasting border. I have completed my chain of 70 and sc 16 rows and am ready to crochet the border but don't know how. Do I sc just the top and bottom rows and then connect the two end pieces together. Do I use a sl st to connect the ends? Thank you.
  7. I was inspired by stone paths this week...hence, the two pieces crocheted over the past couple days. First is a Mile-a-Minute scarf named Stone Paths. Second is a Stepping Stones Headband / Earwarmer. Look to my sig for more info.
  8. Finished up two new headbands today. The first is a delightfully textured headband with a double petal flower. The stitch is simple! It's called Staggered Shells. The second is an extra wide headband with an eyelet pattern and a wagon wheel flower. Both have button closures. http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/studio/PDDesigns/0/0/118390
  9. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/akua-bird-mask-necklace There’s a red cardinal who has become my friend. He let me watch him and sang/spoke, so now I know what their song is. There used to be a female who watched me through my kitchen window. They inspired this bird mask. Masked balls, Mardi Gras, Halloween, cosplay, this imaginative mask will fit many imaginative occasions. It lends itself to embellishment and many colors. The smaller, child size, makes a lovely neckpiece as well as a mask. The pattern includes a recipe for homemade fiber stiffener, as an alternative to commercial products. **Adult** 12” x 8”/30.5cm x 20.3cm G hook/4mm 1.5 oz/42.5 g worsted weight yarn Gauge 4 rows/5 sc = 1” **Child/Necklace** 10” x 6”/25.4cm x 15.24cm F hook/3.75 0.8oz/22.7g DK weight yarn Gauge 6 rows/6 sc = 1”/25.4mm 20-gauge nontarnishing brass/copper/tin wire approx 1 yard/1m wire cutters, pliers **Optional** Stitch markers Ribbon/ lace for ties Beads/jewels for bird eye embellishments Fabric Stiffener Skill Level: advanced beginner Format Available: pdf Pattern Style: written
  10. Spock/Elf EarWarmers I've watched every incarnation of Star Trek since it was black and white. This design joins my sci-ft hats as my homage to that enduring vision of an evolved humanity. Tools and materials Adult 4” x 2.75” Worsted weight yarn 0.4 oz G hook 4 mm H hook 5 mm Tapestry or yarn needle Child size DK yarn G hook 4mm F hook 3.75mm Optional Stitch marker Number of Testers Needed : Two. One for Adult and one for Child Size Skill Level: advanced beginner: working in the round, increases, decreases Format Available: pdf Pattern Style: written Need digital photo of FO? yes Comments and questions: via PM or Email only Approximate Time Required to Complete Project: 1 hour Deadline: October 24, 2011 Tester Experience: experienced testers preferred Tester Responsibilities Make two ear warmers. Take picture. Report on fit (and adjustment instructions, if needed). Identify any typos/errors. Report on yardage/weight and dimensions. For child size: size achieved and fit. Compensation free copy of final pattern
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