The first time I saw a nose warmer was when I was a teen, and Nancy got a red one as a birthday gift. Everybody had a good laugh over it, but hey, it really worked to keep her nose from looking like Rudolph's! Secretly, I have always wanted my very own so I came up with this pattern. It's a basic one size fits all, for adults, and the pattern can be easily halved for children.
PS to Marsha G. - Nancy insists she bought her nose warmer from you, but what teen would buy one?
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Directions for making your own nose warmer
To make a 2-inch by 4-inch rectangle:
Cast 15 stitches on one knitting needle.
Knit 13 rows.
Fold the rectangle in half. With the fold on the left, using the large needle and a piece of yarn, evenly whip stitch the top two edges together. This seam will be the top of the nose warmer.
With your fingers or a hook, single crochet two chains each about 10 inches long.
Sew both ends of one chain on the bottom corner to form an ear loop. Repeat on the other side for a second ear loop.
Make a decorative tassel for the nose warmer by wrapping yarn six times around a 4-inch wide piece of cardboard.
Slip the yarn off and tie it tightly in the center.
Cut through the loops on both ends and fold the ends toward the middle to form a tassel.
Secure the tassel to the tip of your nose warmer and wear it proudly!!!
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