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Make the Simple Tunisian Earwarmer *Free Pattern and Video Tutorial*

 

Tunisian simple ear warmer free pattern and video tutorial

If you've had some time to watch the Absolute Basics of Tunisian Crochet, you're saying "Ok, Toni. This technique is super pretty, but I can't swatch forever. What's next?" I am so glad you asked, my darling. :-)

I'm excited to introduce to you to your first Tunisian crochet project, the Simple Tunisian Ear Warmer! I created this design as a beginner-friendly pattern for those just starting out with Tunisian crochet. I keep it easy by just working with one color and using the Tunisian simple stitch. And you won't need any special tools to make it! A normal 6.5mm crochet hook and a small amount of worsted weight yarn will do the trick.

New to Tunisian Crochet? Click here to watch the Absolute Basics video.

Ready to get started? Grab your supplies and click play! Find the full written pattern just under the video.

 

**This post contains affiliate links for items I actually used in the Simple Tunisian Ear Warmer tutorial**

Simple Tunisian Crochet Ear Warmer

Supplies: 6.5mm crochet hook // 80 yards worsted weight yarn // Yarn needle // Scissors or embroidery snips

Pattern:

  1. Chain 17 and complete a foundation row as normal
  2. Work 55 rows of Tunisian simple stitch, including your foundation row
  3. Sew the short ends of your piece together and cinch the seam closed, leaving an extra long tail
  4. Using your extra long tail, wrap the yarn around the cinched seam several times; once the wrapping is done to your liking, knot the length of yarn on the wrong side of your work and weave in your ends.

Easy peasy, right?! I love this design, and have made about a dozen for family and friends. When your ear warmer is all done, be sure to snap a pic and tag #TLYarnCrafts on Facebook and Instagram so I can share the love.

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33 comments

  • Just made one of these. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern. Your video was so easy to follow.

    Kay

  • The curl is normal on this project. when you’re done you could place the project flat in a heavy book or under a heavy book and let sit for a while to help straighten it out.

    Baylie Woods

  • its getting curvy from one side when its bigger how could i fix this ?

    fatima mohamed

  • Love this pattern! It’s super cute. Am I allowed to sell products I make with this pattern, providing I credit you as the author?

    Kaitlyn Colaw

  • Will this fit an adult or should I add more rows. You are so pleasant to listen to. Thanks for the videos

    Phyllis


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