Full Pattern with 6 Sizes available in my Etsy shop: Brighton Headband
and Ravelry:Brighton Headband
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
hdc – half double crochet
sc – single crochet
sk – skip
sp – space
st – stitch
sts – stitches
sl st – slip stitch
rpt – repeat
10.00 mm hook
#6 Bulky Yarn – I used Loops and Threads Cozy Wool
Not needed for this pattern.
ADULT 19 – 20″ x 5″
With 10.00 mm hook Ch 12
3 skipped chains of row 1 counts as 1st dc
Row 1: Dc in 4th chain from hook, *ch 1, sk next ch, dc in next ch* rpt from * to * ending with dc in last ch. Ch 2 turn. (9)
Row 2: Chain 2 of previous row counts as first hdc. *Dc in 1st ch one row below, ch 1* rpt from * to* to last 2 sts Skip 2nd last st, hdc in last ch. Ch 2 turn. (9)
Row 3: Ch 2 from previous row counts as 1st hdc. Dc in 1st skipped st under ch 1 space, ch 1, skip next st, *dc in skipped st under ch space, ch 1 skip next st* rpt from *to* to last 2 sts, sk next st, hdc in last st. Ch 2 turn (9) Note: At the end of the last row only ch 1.
Repeat row 3 until you have reached 19″-20″ for adult size. Remember to keep the length at least one inch smaller than head circumference.
Finishing row: Sc in 1st ch space, dc in skipped stitch under ch space, (sc, dc in skipped st under ch space) rpt () in each ch 1 space till end of row. End with hdc in last st.
- Fasten off leaving long tail to sew short ends of headband together. You can do this any way you are comfortable. I do not recommend using slip stitches as the front of the headband will be too bulky.
- Once ends are sewn together wrap yarn continually around headband seam until the desired look has been achieved.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
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