Crochet Headwarmers

Introducing: Winter Sunset Keyhole Headwarmer and Autumn Snowdrops Keyhole Headwarmer.

Left: Winter Sunset Keyhole Headwarmer
Right: Autumn Snowdrops Keyhole Headwarmer

The Patterns can be found on Ravelry: Uk and US terms available.

(Click Here) Winter Sunset Keyhole Headwarmer

(Click Here) Autumn Snowdrops Keyhole Headwarmer

And on Etsy:

Click Here) Autumn Snowdrops Keyhole Headwarmer

(Click Here) Winter Sunset Keyhole Headwarmer

There are a million patterns for Headwarmers floating around online and trying to design something that is unique and not like others is a bit like re-designing the wheel.

I kind of think I have achieved success in making these something new and unique.

Both of these can be made to suit varying head sizes, simply by adjusting the length of the band and the amount of rows worked.

Suitable for most yarn weights. Adjust your hook to suit.

Both Headwarmers feature the unique keyhole design.

Winter Sunset Keyhole Headwarmer is made using Camel Stitch to create a feature pattern, and Autumn Snowdrops Keyhole Headwarmer is worked mainly using the Tapestry or Intarsia Technique.

These are quick and easy projects, that can also use up some of that scrap yarn you may have stashed away.

As stated any yarn can be used but here is the Material Lists:

Autumn Snowdrops Keyhole Headwarmer

Materials:
4.5mm hook
C2=1 x Bendigo Woollen Mill Luxury 10ply/Aran in Curry. 300m/328yds per ball. 100m/109yds approx usage.
C1=2 x Bendigo Woollen Mill Luxury 10ply/Aran in Cream. 300m/328yds per ball. 200m/218yds approx usage.
Tapestry Needle
1 x 40mm/1.5-inch Button

Winter Sunset Keyhole Headwarmer

Materials
4mm/G hook
C1=1 x Rare Essentials Cerise Alpaca and Merino Dk 50g ball. 100m/110yd. Approx 70m/76yd used
C2=2 x The Homeground Collection in Dye free Alpaca Dk 50g ball. 100m/110yd. Approx 150m/164yd used.
Tapestry Needle
1 x 40mm/1.5-inch Button
Stitch Markers

What would Designers do without Testers? Testing is a very important part of the design process. I know I could not do without them.

Top left: Ruth Tipping test Head Warmer.  Made from For the Love of Yarn in Dark Purple and Lilac.
Top Right: Bethany Colhoff test Head Warmer. Made from Loops and thread.
Bottom Right: Jenny Hinton test Head Warmer.  Made from Bendigo Woollen Mill Luxury 10ply in Mulled Wine and Stone.
Middle Left: Test Head Warmer by Bethany Colhoff made with Loops and Thread.
Middle Right: Test Head Warmer by Sharon C Coys Elderton.  Made using Stylecraft Special Dk.
Bottom Left: Test Head Warmer by Nikki Barker made with Red Heart Soft in Grape and White.
Top Right: Test Head Warmer by Bethany Colhoff made with Loops and Thread.
Top Middle: Test Head Warmer by Sonia Bowmar-Scothern. Made from Hand dyed Merino Dk from Siobhans Crafts.


Boring Stuff:

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