yTh3 Holidays: AMINA EARWARMER (adult size)
Updated: Dec 1, 2021
Ahhhhhh, I'm super excited about this one you guys! Project number three is finally live! Continue scrolling for the pattern.
Today we are using one of my favorite stitches: the herringbone single crochet stitch! This stitch gives any simple design a little razzle dazzle. Project number three is the amina earwarmer which I've been teasing for the last two weeks. I can't wait to see your makes!
Below you'll find the instructions for the adult size. The written pattern with 6 sizes (newborn, 0-6m, 6-12m, child, teen and adult) is available for purchase here.
Let's get started.
worsted weight yarn (held double)
6.5 mm crochet hook
* Pattern is written in standard US terms*
* A tutorial for the herringbone single crochet stitch is available here.
* Gauge: 4"x4" = 9 stitches x 8 rows hsc
* Finished measurements: 22" circumference / 5.5" height
With yarn held double, chain 54.
Step 1: Sc into second chain from hook. Hsc into remaining stitches. Chain one and turn your work. (53 stitches).
Step 2: Reverse sc into the first stitch.Reverse hsc into each of the remaining stitches. Chain one and turn your work. (53 stitches)
Step 3: Sc into the first stitch. Hsc into remaining stitches. Chain one and turn your work. (53 stitches).
Step 4: Repeat steps 2 & 3 until you have a total of 12 rows. Finish off leaving a long tail.
Step 5: Fold ends. Sew together. Finish off and weave ends. Flip inside out.
Ayeeee, you did it! I want to see your creations! Make sure to share your finished projects made using this pattern on Instagram with the hashtag #yarnth3orytaughtme .
If you have any questions (or see any mistakes) post them in the comments below.
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