The internet is great! It brings to our attention a lot of hilarious and questionable things. The most recent weird thing I’ve seen? The Nose Warmer.
After a bit of confusion (I kept saying to my husband Henry, “I can’t believe this is a thing”), I thought it’d be funny if I made myself a pig nose warmer. And you know what? BEST. IDEA. EVER. After I made it, Henry and I took turns wearing it and laughing at each other.
Free Pig Nose Warmer Crochet Pattern
I mean, will I ever wear it outside? Probably not. But it’s hilarious and quick to make, so that’s a win in my books.
I made the straps adjustable so that we could both wear it, so this pattern should fit most noses. It fit’s Henry’s larger nose, but it does protrude out a little bit more on him than it does on me. He still looked like a pig though!
The difficulty level of this pattern is Easy and this pattern is written in US crochet terminology.
Please do not reprint, sell or claim the pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to the free pattern on the blog. Please do not copy and post the pattern onto your site.
THINGS YOU NEED
- Baby Pink & Dark Pink Yarn (sport weight)
- 3.5mm Crochet Hook
- Darning Needle
- Stitch Marker
sc: single crochet
inc: two single crochets in one stitch
dec: invisible decrease, single crochet two stitches together through the front loops only
sl st: slip stitch
(…) x # : repeat anything in the parenthesis however many times the number indicates
[#]: total number of stitches for that row
#sc: one sc in the following # stitches
BLO: back loops only, sc into the loop away from you
1 inc in the 2nd ch from hook, 6sc, sc 3 in the next st, 7sc 
2 sc, inc, 6sc, inc, sc, inc, 7sc 
3 inc, sc, inc, 6sc, inc, 3sc, inc, 7sc 
4 inc, 3sc, inc, 8sc, inc, 3sc, inc, 7sc 
5 (inc, 2sc) x 2, inc, 8sc, (inc, 2sc) x 2, inc, 7sc 
switch to dark pink
6 BLO sc in all sts 
7-8 sc in all sts  (**If you have a bigger nose, add one more row)
Sl st to first st and fasten off, weave tails in.
Pick 4 spots on the nose that will be where the straps come out. I chose to make the top straps a little further apart than the bottom straps so that they’re not as close to my eyes.
Sc into the sts you chose and then ch as many times as you want to achieve proper length for your straps. My straps were 45 ch each.
Create adjustable straps by tying two sliding knots on each side.
And that’s it! Thank you for following along!
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You may sell products made from this pattern but please clearly credit the design to me, Abby Sy of Ollie + Holly and provide a link to my blog www.OllieHolly.com. Permission is NOT granted for mass production or factory manufacturing of any kind. Thank you for being respectful and for your understanding.