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The Crochet Celtic Weave stitch is one of my all time favorite stitches. It is an intermediate stitch combo, with a number of different stitches used together, but the end result is so gorgeous!
For this project I used Lion Brand Heartland yarn. This is a #4 worsted weight yarn that is 100% acrylic and comes in a large array of colors. It is a very soft yarn, and the colors are so nice and vibrant. It can be machine washed and dried, making it one of the best yarns for hats, scarves, sweaters, and blankets!
Some alternative yarns I’d recommend would be:
I’ve created an updated video tutorial of the Celtic Weave crochet stitch!
If you are left-handed, check out the left-handed tutorial!
Celtic Weave Earwarmer Free Crochet Pattern
100 yards worsted (#4) weight yarn
Shown here: Lion Brand Heartland in Kings Canyon
I/9 (5.5mm) crochet hook
1-2 ¾” buttons
14 sc x 16 rows = 4”
21” x 4.5”
Instructions for adjusting length in Pattern Notes section.
Stitches Needed & Abbreviations
ch(s) – chain(s)
st(s) – stitch(es)
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
FPtc – front post triple crochet
BPtc – back post triple crochet
Lch – long chain – pull up loop the length of a dc, chain 1
RS – Right Side
*– repeat from
Pattern is worked in rows throughout.
Starting chain does not count as first st unless stated otherwise within the pattern.
To adjust width, increase by 2 until you reach a multiple of 4 that is your desired width. Celtic Weave section needs to be worked in a multiple of 4.
To customize length of earwarmer, adjust repeats of rows 16 and 17 before creating the decrease stitches. Increase and decrease on each end is approximately 4” long.
To make earwarmer more adjustable add two buttons to top end.
Row 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook and across. (4)
Row 2: (RS) ch 1, turn, 1 sc in each st across. (4)
Row 3: ch 1, turn, 2 sc in first st, 1 sc in each st across to last st, 2 sc in last st. (6)
Row 4: ch 1, turn, 1 sc in each st across. (6)
Rows 5-6: repeat rows 3-4. (8)
Rows 7-8: repeat rows 3-4. (10)
Rows 9-10: repeat rows 3-4. (12)
Rows 11-12: repeat rows 3-4. (14)
Rows 13-14: repeat rows 3-4. (16)
Row 15: Lch, turn, 1 dc in each st across. (16)
Row 16: Lch, turn, 1 dc in 1st 2 sts, *skip next 2 sts, 1 FPtc around next 2 sts, 1 FPtc around each of the 2 skipped sts; repeat from * twice, 1 dc in last 2 sts. (16)
Row 17: Lch, turn, 1 dc in 1st 2 sts, 1 BPtc around next 2 sts, *skip 2 sts, 1 BPtc around next 2 sts, 1 BPtc around each of the 2 skipped sts; repeat from * once, 1 BPtc around next 2 sts, 1 dc in last 2 sts. (16)
Rows 18-35: repeat rows 16-17.
Row 36: Lch, turn, 1 dc in each st across. (16)
Rows 37-38: ch 1, turn, 1 sc in each st across. (16)
Row 39: ch 1, turn, sc2tog, 1 sc in each st across to last 2 sts, sc2tog. (14)
Row 40: ch 1, turn, 1 sc in each st across. (14)
Rows 41-42: repeat rows 39-40. (12)
Rows 43-44: repeat rows 39-40. (10)
Rows 45-46: repeat rows 39-40. (8)
Rows 47-48: repeat rows 39-40. (6)
Row 49: ch 1, turn, sc2tog, ch 2, skip 2 sts, sc2tog. (4)
Row 50: ch 1, turn, 1 sc in each st and ch space across. (4)
Fasten off. Sew on button at rows 3 and rows 7 (if using 2 buttons). Weave in all ends.
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