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DIY Ear Warmer Headband

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With the cold weather here, it’s time to keep our ears from freezing off in the wind and elements.  To help, I am sharing a simple sewing pattern for a DIY Ear Warmer Headband.

DIY Ear Warmer Headband Pattern and Tutorial

One of the things I love about my sewing machine is that it has an embroidery option.  Before I got started with this tutorial, I took my fleece material and made some monograms, initials, and names for the ear warmer headbands.  Once I had that embroidery finished, it was time to get started.

Embroidering Fleece for Ear Warmer Headband

Even if you don’t have an embroidery machine, there are so many fun options you can do with these ear warmers. I have seen flowers, and bows.  They are so cute, and what a fun and warm accessory to have on hand while you are out and about in this cold weather.

DIY Ear Warmer Headband

Supplies needed:

  • sewing machine and accessories
  • 2 pieces of fleece cut at 5″ wide and 22″ long.
  • scissors

Ear Warmer Headband Pattern

Once you have your fleece cut to 22″ x 5″, you will then take a pair of scissors a 4″ long angle on each side, leaving 2 1/2 inches at each end.  Take a look at the pattern below.

Ear Warmer Headband Cut Pattern

Now take your two pieces of fleece and place them RIGHT SIDES together. Pin in place.

Pin Right sides together

Sew a straight stitch down both sides of the fleece, leaving your ends open.

Ear Warmer Headband Cut Pattern Tutorial

Once you have your sides sewn together, turn your headband right sides out by inserting a finger in the end and pulling the other end through and out.

After you have your band right sides out, place one end of the band into the other.  Sew a zig zag stitch down the middle of the ends and you are finished!

Tutorial for Monogrammed Ear Warmer headband

I can’t wait to make more of these with maybe a few matching scarves….you know how I love my scarves…

Cute and Quick Simple Sewing Pattern and Tutorial for a Headband Ear Warmer

I hope you give this little tutorial a try and make a DIY Ear Warmer Headband to keep yourself fashionably toasty this winter.

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8 Comments… add one

thedoseofreality December 12, 2013, 07:50

That is adorable! I love a good earwarmer headband! I am going to send this post to my stepmother in hopes that she will make these for my girls!-Ashley

Jennifer December 12, 2013, 14:46

These are so simple to make, and MAN are they nice and cozy. I had a friend over the day I made these and everytime I see her she is wearing it! They really are super cute.

Tamara December 12, 2013, 21:50

I need something like this for Des! He won’t keep hats, hoods and earmuffs on. I need to try my hand at something new! And it will look adorable.

Jennifer December 13, 2013, 07:53

These are so super cute. I am about to make a ton more this weekend for friends and family and the kids for the ski trip. They all LOVE them.

Kimber December 15, 2013, 17:12

Adorable and perfect for this FREEZING weather! What kind of machine do you use?
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Jennifer December 15, 2013, 18:08

I have a BabyLock Ellisimo Gold. I have had it for a couple of years now, and trust me when I say….it’s smarter than I am.

Betsy February 22, 2014, 19:17

Jennifer, this is a wonderful step-by-step process. By the way, what kind of sewing machine did you use? Does the embroidery function comes with patterns too?
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Jennifer February 22, 2014, 19:21

I have a BabyLock Ellisimo Gold. The embroidery function does come with a lot of built in designs, but I have downloaded a ton of additional ones as well. This font was one that came with the machine. I wish I was as smart as my machine is…I have no idea how to do half of the things it can do!

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