Crochet Addiction, Free Patterns

Mz. March Cabled Earwarmer Free Pattern

I love mixing genres. I love it. I love it in my music, like when Florida Georgia Line partnered with Nelly and did a remix of their song Cruise, or David Guetta’s Titanium, especially David Crowder’s Shadows. I love it in my food flavors (although I’m still on the fence with chicken and waffles). I love a good mix. So I love to bring that mix into my crochet. Light and lacy mixed with heavy cables and a little Steampunk accent was the inspiration for my Esteemed Lacey line.

Line includes Brimmed Hat, Bootcuffs, Fingerless Mitts, Lacey Cowl and Shawl.

I was looking at this line the other day and I realized that it was missing something. So this earwarmer is my late addition to this collection. If you would rather have a pdf version this pattern is available for sale here as well.

This cable is a relatively easy repeat and is and is made in on long piece and both ends are then sewn together to create the earwarmer. The finished earwarmer is about five inches wide and has a general fit. If you need the earwarmer tighter or looser you can always add or subtract a cable series.

Materials
⦁ Worsted weight yarn ( I used Red Heart Soft)
⦁ I hook (5.5 mm/ I-9)
⦁ Yarn Needle
⦁ Stitch Markers
Gauge
Single crochet
⦁ 9 stitches in pattern= 2 inches
⦁ 9 rows in pattern= 2 inches
Stitches Used
⦁ Single crochet (sc)
⦁ Front post double crochet (Fpdc)
Skill Level
Intermediate: Project includes more advanced stitches and shaping.
Finished Size
⦁ 24″ around

Special Stitches
⦁ Front post double crochet (Fpdc)- YO, stick the hook through the work next to the post of the indicated stitch from front to back, then stick the hook back through the work on the other side of the indicated stitch, if you were to lay the work flat the stitch should look like it is lying across the hook and hook would be held to the work by the stitch (see photo), YO and pull up the loop so that it is around the post, YO pull through two loops on the hook, YO and pull through last two loops on the hook, Fpdc made.

Chain 20

Row 1: sc in second chain from hook and in each ch across. (19 sc)

Row 2: ch 1, turn, sc in next 3 sc, mark around the post of last sc made, sc in next 6 sc, mark around post of last sc made, sc in next 2 sc, mark around post of last sc made, sc in next 6 sc, mark around post of last sc made, sc in last two sc. (19 sc, 4 markers)

Row 3: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. (19 sc)

Row 4: ch 1, turn, sc in first sc, Fpdc around first marked stitch on row 2, sc in next stitch, Fpdc around same marked stitch as first Fpdc in this row, sc in next four sc, Fpdc around third marked stitch on row 2, sc in next sc, Fpdc around second stitch marker on row 2, sc in next four sc, Fpdc around fourth marked stitch on row 2, sc in next stitch, Fpdc around same marked stitch as last Fdpc made, sc in last sc. (6 Fpdc, 13 sc)

Row 5: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. (19 sc)

Row 6: ch 1, turn, sc in first sc, Fpdc around first fpdc on row 4, sc in next stitch, Fpdc around second fpdc on row 4, sc in next three sc, Fpdc around third Fpdc on row 4, sc in next three sc, Fpdc around fourth Fpdc on row 4, sc in next three sc, Fpdc around fifth Fpdc on row 4, sc in next stitch, Fpdc around sixth Fpdc on row 4, sc in last sc. (6 Fpdc, 13 sc)

Row 7: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. (19 sc)

Row 8: ch 1, turn, sc in first sc, Fpdc first fpdc on row 6, sc in next stitch, Fpdc around second fpdc on row 6, sc in next four sc, Fpdc around third Fpdc on row 6, sc in next sc, Fpdc around fourth Fpdc on row 6, sc in next four sc, Fpdc around fifth Fpdc on row 6, sc in next stitch, Fpdc around sixth Fpdc on row 6, sc in last sc. (6 Fpdc, 13 sc)

Row 9: ch 1, turn, sc in each sc across. (19 sc)

Row 10: ch 1, turn, sc in first sc, Fpdc around second fpdc on row 8, sc in next stitch, Fpdc around first fpdc on row 8, sc in next four sc, Fpdc around fourth Fpdc on row 8, sc in next sc, Fpdc around third Fpdc on row 8, sc in next four sc, Fpdc around sixth Fpdc on row 4, sc in next stitch, Fpdc around fifth Fpdc on row 8, sc in last sc. (6 Fpdc, 13 sc)

Repeat Row 3-10 fourteen more times rows. Repeat Row 3 one more time. Earwarmer has a total of 140 rows. Finish off leaving a long tail. Fold the earwarmer in half with the cabled side facing inward. Whipstitch the two halves together using the long tail. Tie off and weave in end.

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