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My rose earwarmer

I love wearing my hair in a ponytail. This is my absolute favourite hairstyle! But in winter time, it is a little bit problematic, as well as my hat always ruins it. Do you have the same problem?

Ps.: Okay, my hair is messy all the time, but I want to make belive, it is planned.

A few days ago I left a blog post about my inspirations of knitted earwarmers. And here is my own version. 
Again a black accessory. Sorry, but in this season most of the time I wear black.  

I used this pattern. Tif's pattern is perfect. I haven't modified anything, but I crocheted the edges along with other stitches (*1hdc, 1ch*).

The rose I made is a simple english rose. It is easy to make, but you can find many different version, so I share my  Rose 's pattern.

Start with 36 chain (or any number divisible by 3).
1. row: chain 2, *1 hdc, 1 ch*
2. row: chain 2, *to the first st: 1sc 1 hdc 1 dc, to the 2nd st: 3 dc, to the 3rd st: 1hdc 1sc 1 sl sc * 

I crocheted a rose for my red beret also. It got a romantic looking.

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  1. How lovely! I really love earwarmers right now and yours looks great! I love the look of knitting, but haven't learned how to do it yet.

  2. This is beautiful! I love crochet projects! Found you through Sunday Social. :) I'm a new follower.

  3. This is really cute! I made a bunch of similar ones for Christmas presents but I need to make one for myself now.

    Christine @

  4. How pretty. The rose adds just the perfect touch. Thanks for linking up.

  5. so pretty and I'm always needing my ears bundled. I would love you to add this and any of your other projects to my What We Wore and Made party over at

  6. This turned out great. Glad you enjoyed the pattern. I wear mine all the time!

  7. You did such a beautiful job! I love it!

  8. Fantastic.. In love the flower on the side
    Thanks for linking up!

  9. so pretty! I love earwarmers! thanks for sharing...


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