If you are like my children or me, you need to find your face mask all the time. Let’s learn to crochet the multifunctional face mask straps with this easy step-by-step ear saver free crochet pattern and video tutorial.
EAR SAVER FREE CROCHET PATTERN – SAVE IT NOW
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They can be used as face mask extenders, adjustable ear savers for face masks, or just simply a styled bracelet. The simple crochet mask connectors are perfect for donating to essential workers or anyone who has to wear a face mask for extended periods of time to keep the mask in place and comfortable.
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FREE PATTERN – NECESSARY INFORMATION
To get the best result from using this mask accessory free pattern designed by Anvisgranny, there is some information that you should know.
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Copyright – Important, please read
Difficulty level – Decide if the pattern is for you
Materials and Tools – Know what you need before starting
Abbreviations – Know the crochet terms
MULTI-PURPOSE EAR SAVER FREE VIDEO TUTORIAL
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Crochet Ear Saver Pattern Free Pattern
CROCHET EAR SAVER – BALL 1
1) MR 6X (6)
2) 6V (12)
3-4) 12X (12)
5) 6A (6)
Stuff the ball a bit
6) Fold in half, 2X through opposite sts. Turn, Continue to the string
CROCHET EAR SAVER – STRING
5CH, E to create the hole, turn. Each hole is equal to 2.5mm. Depending on your yarn and hook, measure the hole and repeat this step until you have the correct length for the string (long enough for being used as a mask holder on the neck)
I calculated for you already but it is an adjustable ear saver and mask holder so the length doesn’t really matter.
|Size||Length (cm)||Numbers of holes|
|1-10 years old||12||5|
1) 2CH, crochet at the first st 6X (6)
2) 6V (12)
3-4) 12X (12)
5) 6A (6)
Stuff the ball a bit
FO. Use the yarn needle to close the opening and tie the ball to the string properly
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HOW TO USE THIS CROCHET EAR SAVER/FACE MASK STRAP?
There are several ways that you can use this multiple functional and adjustable ear saver
- Use it as an adjustable ear saver
- When you are not wearing a mask, use it as a mask holder. Hereafter you don’t need to worry about losing marks. It is super helpful for kids. You also can use it for glasses
- Use it as a bracelet
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MATERIALS AND TOOLS
- DK yarn or worsted weight yarn (Some of my favorite yarns for amigurumi: Lion Brand, Jeans Yarnart, Red Heart)
- 2.2-2.5mm hook for DK and 3.5-3.75mm for worsted weight yarn (My most used hooks: Tulip, Clover, Furls Crochet)
- Yarn needle, tapestry needle
- Stitch marker
- Safety eyes or embroidery thread
- You also can consider getting the whole kit for beginners.
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You might not use all the abbreviations in the amigurumi crochet pattern but I still want to show you all just to refer to (US terms).
MR: magic ring
ss: slip stitch
sc: Single crochet
r-sc: reverse single crochet
hdc: half double crochet
dc: double crochet
tr : Triple crochet
p: Picot stitch (3ch, ss in the first st of the chain)
bo: bobble stitch
fpsc: front post single crochet
inc: Increase (make 2 sc in1 st)
dec: Decrease (2sc together)
3sc in same st : Increase 3 sc (make 3 sc in 1 st)
hdcinc, dcinc, trinc: Increase with half double crochet, double crochet, and triple crochet
FO: Fasten off
BLO: Back loop only
FLO: Front loop only
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