Keeping with the theme of late, we’re making another one skein, beginner friendly, crochet gift idea friendly pattern. This crochet twisted headband couldn’t fit the bill more. It’s a great scrap yarn project as well.
I’ve made these type of boho, twisted or braided headband projects before, but while they’re really simple scrap yarn projects, they aren’t always super interesting to look at or wear.
I tried to give this one a little more flair and body by using a criss-cross stitch. It definitely gives it a more interesting look.
I designed this crochet twisted head band to be a little wider than most of my earlier designs. I just think it looks better, offers more actual warmth for your ears and gives you more options for how you can wear it. I actually like wearing this headband turned backwards.
Like I said, as far as crochet gift ideas go, this crochet twisted head band is another one of those no brainers.
It’s easy to make. I made one up in an hour. It’s a simple two row repeat.
It’s a one skein project, which means it’s a perfect scrap yarn project. I actually had some whole skeins of this Berroco Remix that I used. I had some left over from the one skein for the headband. It’s one of my favorite yarns, and I wanted to design some one skein projects from it for making gifts.
But that doesn’t mean you have to. If you have a scrap yarn stash, just add a little time and love and you’ve got an amazing handmade gift to give to someone special.
I’m also making an accompanying crochet cowl to go along with this crochet twisted headband pattern. They’ll make a really cute set. That will be a 2 skein project (the set), if you’re interested.
You can certainly make some cardigans as crochet gift ideas, but I’m giving you the easy ones first.
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If you’d like a video tutorial to follow along, be sure to scroll down to the bottom
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Stitches Used & Code (US Terms)
- ch = chain
- st = stitch(es)
- sc = single crochet
- dc = double crochet
- sk = skip
- REP = repeat
- RS = right side
- WS = wrong side
- ” = inches
- This Pattern is written in English US Terminology
- This crochet headband pattern made as Women’s Sizes S( M, L )
- This pattern is in a multiples of 2+1 ch
- This pattern is a 2 rows repeat (row 2 and 3)
- In this picture I have demonstrated with size M
Yarn needed: 110( 120, 130 ) Yards
Gauge: 16 st X 10 rows = 4″ (in stitch pattern)
Sizes and Measurements
Small: Women Smaller Heads/Teen = 18″ Circumference stretches out to 21-22″ X 6″ Tall
Medium: Fit Most Women Heads = 18.8″ Circumference stretches out to 22-23″ X 6″ Tall
Large: Women Larger Heads = 19.6″ Circumference stretches out to 23-24″ X 6″ Tall
Twisted Crochet Headband Pattern
Row 1 (WS): ch 25( 25, 25 ), 1 sc into second ch from hook and each ch across. Total of 24( 24, 24 ) sc
Row 2 (RS): Turn, ch 3 (count as 1 dc), *sk next st, 1 dc into next st, 1 dc into the skipped st just work over the previous dc* REP from *TO* until you have 1 st left, 1 dc into last st. Total of 24( 24, 24 ) st
Row 3: Turn, ch 1 (do not count as a st), 1 sc into each st across. Total of 24( 24, 24 ) sc
REP Row 2 and Row 3: 21( 22, 23 ) more times. You’ll have a total of 45( 47, 49 ) rows
The end of row 45( 47, 49 ) cut the yarn and leave about an 8-10″ long tail to sew the end together
SEAMING WITH A TWIST
- Lay your work flat, then gather the edges and layer as shown with the right sides facing each other.
- Sew the edges together on the wrong side, make sure to sew through all four layers.
- Keep sewing back and forth until the end.
- Weave all the ends, then turn your work right side out and you’re done!
HERE’S THE VIDEO TUTORIAL FOR THIS CROCHET HEADBAND
That’s all for this week, congrats on your new twisted headband!
Or maybe headbands? Either way, I hope some people get these as a gift and appreciate all the time, effort and love you put into it for them.
Tune in next time for another gifting idea. Maybe a gift for yourself? 😉
Until then, happy crocheting.