Who’s ready for another free crochet headband pattern? This winter weather can’t make up its mind, but on the cold days, my ears are screaming for warmth! In my previous post, I shared the pattern for my original headband. While it is fine and dandy and gets the job done, it is a little bland. Enter a new style in this headband series: the cinched headband.
This pattern is exactly the same as the original pattern, but it is finished off with a little detail. It can be worked in one color or more colors and is very beginner friendly!
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- Worsted weight yarn (I like this and this)
- G (4.0mm or 4.5mm) crochet hook
- Yarn needle
- Stitch marker
- The pattern is written in US terms
- Ch – chain
- Hdc – half-double crochet
- Slst – slip stitch
- Inc – increase
- Dec – decrease
- Ch 62 or until chain is 1” smaller than head circumference. Join with slst.
- Ch 2, hdc in all stitches, join with slst.
- Ch 2, hdc until last 2 stitches, hdc2tog, join with slst.
- Ch 2, hdc all stitches, join with slst. Repeat for 7 rounds. Join with slst and fasten off. Leave a 5” or longer tail.
- Fold a 1” section three times in a “W” shape.
- Use the tail to sew the folds together to create the cinched look of the earband. Weave in ends.
There you have it! An easy, quick, winter accessory to crochet for yourself and your friends. I’d love to see your posts if you try this. Please tag me on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook if you make your own headband!
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