My first headwarmer was a freebie with some exercise clothes that I purchased and I was dubious about wearing one at first. And then I tried it on a morning walk during winter and it was a game changer for me!
It was the perfect item for keeping my head and ears warm but didn’t cause me to get too hot when walking! And I had longer hair back then so it was also easier to wear my hair in a pony tail and still keep my head warm.
Now I always have a head warmer close by in winter and decided to make it this month’s granny square project inspiration.
I used a chunky hand-dyed yarn from my stash. It is from natural fibres so also works better at keeping temperature regulated while wearing it.
You can make this using any square and yarn of your choosing. How many rounds and how many squares you need is going to depend on the yarn you choose and the size of the head you’re making it to fit. I’ll be showing the members of my Hooked on Crochet Club how to make it in next weeks hook and learn lesson.
If you’re new to making squares then the timing is perfect for you too! As my square a day challenge is starting soon. Just head to this link to signup.
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