This modern twist bulky crochet headband is a free 30 minute crochet pattern by Nana’s Crafty Home!
Yes, that’s right – 30 minutes or less to make this fantastic bulky crochet headband with a modern twist! Made with Lion Brand’s Super Bulky Wool-Ease Thick & Quick yarn* which is so soft, too! How many of these could you make for gifts this year??! And it would make a quick and easy addition to your shop as well! And the best part – I was able to make 2 of the small/medium size with just 1 ball of yarn! ??
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I just love head bands – easy to wear for no-mess hair and they work up so quickly. They make fantastic home made gifts for friends and loved ones. And the Highland Twist Headband is one of those patterns that you will continue coming back to because everyone is going to love it!
This headband is made from two rectangles which are then sewn together creating a twist in the front. So easy!
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Pattern written in US crochet terminology
Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick Mustard Weight 6/Super Bulky – 2.9 (3.2) oz / 52 (57) yds (small/med)
Size N/P 15 (10.0 mm) crochet hook (or hook size to meet gauge)
Approximate finished size:
Adult sm/m 20” circumference x 4.5” wide
Adult lg 22” circumference x 4.5” wide
Gauge: 5 pattern rows x 9 hdc st = 4” x 4”
RS = right side
WS= wrong side
ch(s) = chain(s)
st = stitch
hdc = half double crochet
sk = skip
sp = space
blo = back loop only
3L hdc = half double crochet worked in the 3rd loop (see special stitches section below)
3L hdc (3rd loop hdc): worked the same as a regular hdc just in a different loop than a regular hdc. In order to achieve the knit look in hdc, the hdc stitch is worked in the third loop either in front of or behind and below the top two loops that are generally used for a stitch.
Highland Twist Head Band complete video tutorial
Notes about pattern:
- Headband is worked in two flat rectangles which are then seamed at the back as well as along the inside of both rectangles with one rectangle placed over the other creating the twist.
- Ch 2 at beginning of each row does not count as a stitch.
Rectangle (make 2)
Leaving a long length of yarn approx 14” long for sewing later, chain 46 (50)
Row 1: (RS) hdc in 3rd ch from hook (skipped chains count as 1st st) and in each ch to end. Turn. (45, 49)
Row 2: ch 2, front 3L hdc in each st to end. Turn (45, 49)
Row 3: ch 2, hdc in blo of each st to end. (45, 49)
Leaving a long tail approx 14” long for sewing, fasten off. Note: long length of yarn only needed on 1 of the rectangles.
Twisting & Sewing Headband
Lay 1 rectangle flat with RS facing. Place 2nd rectangle with RS facing out over 1st rectangle overlapping in the center. Align ends of rectangle and attach with stitch markers. Fold ends together to form a circle. WS will now be facing out. With long length of yarn, sew back seam together.
Where two rectangles join at center back seam, count 16 (18) stitches from center back seam on both sides. Place stitch markers through both rectangles. With long length of yarn, whip stitch from back seam to stitch markers on both sides by using unused bottom loop of foundation ch from 1 rectangle and 3L hdc of 2nd rectangle. Weave in ends.