If you’re looking for a pattern for quick and easy ear crochet ear muffs, you’ll love the Fuzzy Ear Muffs by guest designer, Raji’s Craft Hobby! Using a headband and chenille yarn adds both durability and texture to these cozy crochet ear muffs.
Photos in this post are © Rajeshwari Singh/Raji’s Craft Hobby and are used with permission.
About Raji’s Craft Hobby
Rajeshwari Singh (also known as Raji) is the blogger behind Raji’s Crafty Hobby. Raji is a human resources professional with a passion for handmade arts and crafts, an avid bookworm, and a complete craft addict. Some of Raji’s favorite crafts include crochet, clay, paper, drawing, embroidery, and sewing.
Though Raji’s love for arts and crafts started at a young age, there was no time for crafting once she became busy with professional life. It wasn’t until 2016, after Raji’s first baby was born, that she started her blog. She truly believes everyone has a creative side, but sometimes you just need inspiration to find it.
Fuzzy Ear Muffs
Crochet Pattern by Raji’s Craft Hobby
Are you looking out for some quick and easy project to work up???? You have come to the right place!!!! These Fuzzy Crochet Ear Muffs are the right choice to whip up!
These really work up so fast that you can make one pair in less than hour. I have used chenille yarn. That gives these muffs the fuzzy look. I absolutely love this yarn. They are so soft to touch. Hence I thought to use it for these ear muffs. They would surely give you a comfy feeling.
- Chenille Yarn
- 5 mm Crochet Hook
- Fiber Filling
- Stitch Markers
I made this for my kiddo. This is her hairband which I used for this project. You can easily customize the size and make it both for Adults as well as for Kids.
Notes from Underground Crafter:
- This pattern uses U.S. crochet terminology.
- Oombawka Design has a helpful magic circle tutorial here.
Start with a magic circle (see Notes from Underground Crafter).
Chain 2. (This wont be counted as a stitch)
12 Double Crochets in the magic circle. Use a stitch marker to mark your first stitch.
Pull the yarn end to close the gap.
Slip stitch on the first Double Crochet (the stitch marked with the stitch marker).
Start with Chain 2 (not counted as a stitch). 2 Double Crochet in each stitch around.
Slip stitch on the first Double Crochet. Total 24 stitches.
Weave off the yarn. I stopped with the increases at this round. If you wish to make a bigger size then you can do one more round of increase.
The increase will be as below
- Start with Chain 2 (not counted as stitch).
- 1 Double Crochet in the same stitch.
- 2 Double Crochet in the next stitch.
- Repeat *(1DC, 2DC).
- Total 36 stitches.
Make total 4 of these.
Take 2 Circles and join them with Single Crochets.
Take care to place the wrong sides on the inside.
Once you have a small opening left, fill it up with fiber fill.
Take care not to over stuff. Do the same with the remaining 2 circles.
Now, insert one end of the hairband into the opening.
You can also use glue to secure it properly.
Make Double Crochets around the headband.
Once you reach the end, insert the headband into the second crochet circle you stuffed.
Seal the headband with Double Crochets.
Now, to make the opposite side of the headband similar, just make Single Crochet stitches.
Pull up a loop through the top of the Double Crochet.
See…… both the sides are similar now.
That’s all…..now wasn’t that quick to make???!!!