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Ear Warmer for Baseball Hat
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Nov 19, 2011 15:49:05   #
I was so excited when I saw this free pattern. I thought it was the perfect gift for those who love to wear their baseball caps in the winter. It only took me 2 1/2 hrs to knit. Would make a great stocking stuffer.

here's the link

Nov 19, 2011 15:51:29   #
That is too funny - but really a great idea. I love the hunting ones. I may have a skein of camo upstairs and that would be a great knit for the hunter who lives behind me.. Thanks for the link. You've been busy....
Nov 19, 2011 16:44:38   #
kiwiannie (a regular here)
looks funny but what a gr8 idea thankyou for the link
Nov 19, 2011 16:46:45   #
what a great idea! them! :thumbup:thx for the link to pattern :-)
Nov 19, 2011 18:41:06   #
Thank you for that link. Great patterns there. I can use the ear warmer one also.

Their yarn looks great but the shipping costs $20.00 oh no.
Nov 20, 2011 08:28:45   #
Thank you so much for the pattern. I have been looking for a pattern like this for a long time. I want to make one for my grandson because he wears a baseball cap all year around and his ears get cold. You just made my day by giving out this pattern. I can not thank you enough. Carole
Nov 20, 2011 09:09:24   #
What a great idea! Have a lot of hunters and think they may like this ! Thanks!
Nov 20, 2011 09:32:18   #
hi thx for sharing real nice
Nov 20, 2011 09:35:37   #
Great idea. Lots of very nice patterns on the site. Thx.
Nov 20, 2011 09:37:46   #
I thank you and my Husband will really thank you!!!
Nov 20, 2011 09:39:55   #
I have made this for my husband and myself for 4-wheeling. It truly is awesome. Also quick like you said.
Nov 20, 2011 09:41:21   #
Very cool. My "hat wearers" would love these.
Nov 20, 2011 09:59:11   #
I clicked on the link but can't find the pattern. Would really like to have it. Any suggestions on how to find it?
Nov 20, 2011 11:24:13   #
katbrown wrote:
I clicked on the link but can't find the pattern. Would really like to have it. Any suggestions on how to find it?

I found it. Go to hats and you will see the picture of the ear warmer.
Nov 20, 2011 11:26:15   #
That's a great idea ! I'll make one for my grandson who always wears a ball cap, and works outdoors in construction. and it's cold here. -20C today with a windchill of -30C.

And I love the kramer web-site for patterns.

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