Free Crochet Pig Nosewarmer- Oink!

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I made this last year around sap season here in Ohio to go along with a Pancake shaped afghan… Pigs in a Blanket…. Get it?! haha. I love me some punny stuff. With the fun nosewarmer trend this year, I decided to offer the warmer pattern free to you!

Nose wamers. Weirdness. Trendiness. Funness. Make you one and make you one now!

Just make one for fun, to be silly, or for the perfect white elephant gift this year.

Mad quick to make and mad adorable to wear!

Enjoy! You may make and sell and gift ANY nose warmers you make from this pattern! I ask that you do not share the pattern context though cut/paste, rather share the link to this blog posting so they can visit me! When you drop in and see me here on Crochetverse, it helps me to keep offering free patterns to you!

Much love and warm noses! Stephanie Pokorny/Crochetverse

Materials:

  • Size K crochet hook (I crochet tightly, you may have to drop a hook size to get nice tight stitches. You want no gaps and firm fabric for this!)
  • light pink, dark pink, black worsted weight yarn
  • scissors, tapestry needle

Gauge:

While not very critical, you do want the stitches firm and close.

Finished Size:

About 1.5″ across nose front. Straps make it one size fits all.

PIGGY NOSE WARMER:
With bright pink HELD DOUBLE STRAND and K hook, make a magic circle:

Rnd 1: ch 1, 6 sc in the ring, do not join round closed. (6)
Rnd 2: do not turn, 2 hdc in nxt st, 2 sc in each of nxt 2 sts, 2 hdc in nxt st, 2 sc in each of nxt 2 sts, sl st to 1st hdc made, cut yarn. (12)
Rnd 3: holding the light pink yarn double strand, join with a sl st to the FRONT LOOP ONLY of any st around on round 2, ch 1, sc in same st, REVERSE sc in each remaining FRONT LOOP only around, then sl st to 1st sc made, do NOT cut yarn. *It is fiddly, but the round is short, power through because it make a great piggy nose ridge! 😊 (12)
Rnd 4: ch 1, do not turn, sc in the remaining BACK loop of the st just behind the st you just slip stitched to, sc in each remaining BACK loop around, do not join. (12)
Rnd 5: do not turn, sc in each st around, sl st to 1st st made, for ties, carry on and chain as many as needed to reach the length of about 18” (longer if inteded wearer has a larger head), then pull last chain tightly, overhand knot as near as you can to last chain, cut yarn.
Second tie: rejoin double strand pink yarn in the stitch directly opposite the chain length just made, then chain again until it is 18” long (or however long you made the other side) and finish off as the first tie.

Some nosewarmers have a second set of ties. If you like that look and function, please just add two more ties to this!

 

Nostrils: Using a strand of black yarn and a tapestry needle, stitch in 2 nostrils vertically.
Finishing: Weave in all ends, trim the ends of the chained tie strands evenly.

USE AS A PHOTO PROP OR UNDER ADULT SUPERVISION ONLY TO BE SAFE WITH THE TIES. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK* Thank you!

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