Don’t wait until you get to your spring break destination to realize you need this. That’s what I did the last time I went on a ski trip and I ended up paying way too much for one of these.
This is a super easy sewing project and you’ll be happy you made one of these when you need to keep your ears warm.
This is so easy that it would be a great beginner project. It’s also inexpensive to make and would be great for using up fleece scraps.
It acts as both a pair of ear warmers and a headband for those chilly days when you don’t feel like doing your hair.
Feel free to change up the dimensions depending on who you are making this project for. Great for kids and even guys!
Because the fleece fabric stretches in both directions you can make it a little smaller and it will still reach if you tug on it.
You don’t need to be planning a ski trip to make one of these. They are great for long walks in the cold weather or even when you need to go out in the cold to run errands! They’re so cute and actually rather flattering!
Some people have called these Flapper Headbands and they do tend to look like that. You can add a big flower to yours or make the bow out of fleece the way she does in the attached tutorial.
These would make great gifts for your sisters, girlfriends, teachers, and co-workers.
Watch how The Crafty Gemini makes this cute fleece ear warmer in her step by step tutorial.