Simple Twisted Crochet Headband Pattern- Free Crochet Pattern

Follow this free twisted crochet headband pattern and learn how to make a stylish headband. Perfect crochet pattern to make for craft markets!

Follow this free twisted crochet headband pattern and learn how to make a stylish headband. Perfect crochet pattern to make for craft markets!

Created by Guest Designer Kay from Kay Krochets

Follow this free twisted crochet headband pattern and learn how to make a stylish headband. Perfect crochet pattern to make for craft markets!

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Follow this free twisted crochet headband pattern and learn how to make a stylish headband. Perfect crochet pattern to make for craft markets!

Materials

Yarn: Medium (4) Weight Yarn : Sample headband was made with Soft & Sleek Low-Pill Fiber (Approx.80 yards for adult size) 
4mm crochet hook 
Stitch marker 
Tapestry needle
Scissors
Tape measure

Stitch Key (US Terms)

bl: back loop
ch(s): chain(s)
dc: double crochet
sc(s): single crochet(s)
slst: slip stitch 
st(s): stitch(es) 

Notes

Sizes are color-coded and in the following order:
baby (child, adult)

The beginning ch 1 never counts as a st.

This headband is customizable and can be made for whatever size head!

AVERAGE HEAD CIRCUMFERENCES:

  • Preemie: 9-12″
  • Baby: 14-16″
  • Toddler: 16-18″
  • Child: 18-20″
  • Adult: 21-23″

 Before beginning, work the equations below to create a perfect fitting headband.

Head circumference A: ______
(Example: 22”)

A ______ – 4 = B ______

(Example: 22” – 4” = 18”)

B ______ ÷ 2 = C ______
(Example: 18” ÷ 2 = 9”) 

Twisted Crochet Headband Pattern

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1st PIECE 

Ch an odd number that measures approximately 1 (1.25, 1.5)”. (Example: 9 chs)

ROW 1: turn your ch and work into the back loop, sc in bl of 2nd ch from hook, dc in bl of next ch, *sc in bl of next ch, dc in bl of next ch*, repeat ** across, turn (St count should be an even #. Example: 8 sts)

ROW 2: ch 1 (never counts as st), *sc, dc*, repeat ** across, turn 

Repeat ROW 2 until headband measures 4 (5, 6)”. Do not turn your work on the last row!



NEXT ROW: You will now be connecting the first row and current row by working across them both. To do so, fold the bottom (row 1) up to the current row. 

NEXT ROW (CONTINUED): working under 2 loops of each ch *sc, dc*, repeat ** across, turn 

NOTE: Your st count has now doubled. (Example: I went from 8 sts to 16 sts.)

Follow this free twisted crochet headband pattern and learn how to make a stylish headband. Perfect crochet pattern to make for craft markets!

Repeat ROW 2 until 1st piece measures C (Example: 9”) and f/o leaving a 7″ tail. 

2nd Piece

With a new strand of yarn, ch the same # of times you did for the first piece.

ROW 1: turn your ch and work into the back loops, sc in bl of 2nd ch from hook, dc in bl of next ch, *sc in bl of next ch, dc in bl of next ch*, repeat ** across, turn

ROW 2: ch 1 (never counts as st), *sc, dc*, repeat ** across, turn

Repeat ROW 2 until headband measures 6″. Do not turn your work on the last row!

You will now be intertwining the 1st piece and the 2nd piece. To do so, slide ROW 1 of the 2nd piece through the loop on first piece and flip back towards current working row. (See next example photos.)

You will now be connecting the first row and current row of the 2nd piece by working across them both. To do so, work under 2 loops of each ch *sc, dc*, repeat ** across, turn (See next example photo.)

Note: Your st count has now doubled. (Example: I went from 8 sts to 16 sts)

ROW 1: ch 1, *sc, dc*, repeat ** across, turn 

Repeat ROW 1 same # of times you did for the 1st piece and f/o. (Example: I worked 22 rows after the loop on the first piece, so I will work 22 rows after the loop for the 2nd piece.) 

FINISHING

Flip your headband to the side you want to be seen. Fold in half and whip stitch or slst the ends together. Weave in all ends and wear! 

Voila! You now have yourself a beautifully textured, twisted ear warmer!

If you loved this twisted crochet headband pattern and want more accessory patterns be sure to check out The Bobble Stitch Headband free on the blog!

Happy Crocheting
❤️Ashley

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