Knotted Crochet Headband, Free Pattern
Whether you use one to cover a bad-hair day or to keep your ears warm, the knotted crochet headband will do just that and more!
In case you were thinking it is a typo, no - this headband is indeed crocheted.
The knit-like rib crochet stitch is so easy and compliments any crochet project!
I could not wait to share it with you, and when a friend asked for a headband, it cried to be made.
the knotted crochet
WHAT YOU'LL NEED:
- Yarn of your choice - I used 2 strands of double knitting weight/light or light worsted yarn = which makes worsted or aran yarn
- Hook size for your yarn choice - hook used for this project - 7mm, 7 (US) 2 (UK)
- You may need to test your yarn and hook combination first
- Tapestry Needle
- Measuring Tape
Skill level: Beginner with basic crochet skills
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STITCHES AND ABBREVIATIONS
ch – chain
hdc - half double crochet
hdcss - half double crochet slip stitch
hdcss blo - half double crochet slip stitch in the back loop
also abbreviated as hdc-sl-blo or
sts - stitches
GAUGE AND SIZE
- 14 stitches x 14 rows = 4”
- Circumference = 52cm/20 - 21" (Adult size)
NOTES TO CLARIFY
Ch1 at every end of the row, does not count as a stitch.
HDCSS - the stitch is work as follows:
YO (yarn over), insert your hook, pull up a loop, pull directly through remaining loops.
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The pattern is in US terms.
Start with any amount of chains required to achieve the circumference needed.
For an adult woman size, with measurements and yarn/hook combination (above), chain 65 + 1.
1st row: slip stitch in second chain from the hook, ss in every st to the end, ch1 and turn; (65 slip stitches) - forming a 'V'.
2nd row: In back loop of all the stitches across this row, hdcss; ch1 and turn.
Continue with row 2 until your work measures 2cm, 20-21".
Leaving a long tail to sew the ends together, cut the yarn.
folding the knot
- With the wrong side of your piece facing you, fold both ends in half.
- Think of the one end in your left hand as a "C" and a flipped "C" in your right.
- Insert the flipped "C" into the "C", to form a layer.
- Layer = bottom "C", bottom flipped "C", top "C" and then top flipped "C".
- Sew through all the layers and secure your end.
- Weave in remaining ends.
Where to use the knit-like rib
This crochet stitch will adorn any project you're attempting, crochet patterns are available (everywhere) for all of the items below:
Well done - you mastered another crochet stitch!
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