We are halfway through of the One Headband Pattern Each Day for a week event already! Yay!
This beautifully textured and beginner friendly pattern, the Bumps Upon Bumps Twisted Headband is ready for you!
Special thanks to my tester: Rebecca Urrutia
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Adult Regular but it can be easily adjusted to any size and width
- 5 mm (H) size hook (I used Bocote Alpha by Furls)
- 60 grams, 72 yards/65 meters of Aran/Worsted weight yarn (I used Furls Wander Acrylic in Surf shade)
- Yarn needle for weaving in ends
- Stitch markers (optional)
Stitches Used and Abbreviations:
CH = chain
ST/STS = stitch/stitches
RS = right side
WS= wrong side
SC = single crochet
DC = double crochet
TR = treble crochet
[ ] = used to repeat a longer set of instructions between these brackets, the number of times given
Gauge: 4 SC = 1”
- If a row starts with a CH 1, that is not counted as a stitch.
- CH 2 always count as a stitch
- US terms used throughout
- At the end of every row, there’s going to be a note with the stitch count, so you can keep track of your work easily and avoid any mistakes. It’s written in a different color in bold
- Notes are written in a different color in (brackets) to help you through the pattern.
- You can start each row as I did in the pattern or you can use a standing stitch or chains, it’s totally up to you!
- You can easily adjust the width of your headband: the starting chain should be multiples of 2+4 chains
To start: CH 74
Row 1: RS
1 SC into the 2nd CH from the hook, 1 SC in each CH to end
Row 2: WS
CH 1, 1 SC in same ST (Pic 1), [1 SC in next ST, 1 TR in next ST (Pic 2)] 35 times, 1 SC in next 2 STS (Pic 3)
(38 SC, 35 TR)
Row 3: RS
CH 2 (counts as DC)(Pic 1), 1 DC in each ST to end (Pic 2-3)
Row 4: WS
CH 1, 1 SC in same ST, [1 SC in next ST, 1 TR in next ST] 35 times, 1 SC in next ST, 1 SC in top of CH 2
(38 SC, 35 TR)
Row 5-10: Repeat Row 3-4
(38 SC, 35 TR)
After Row 7:
Row 11: RS
CH 1, 1 SC in same ST, 1 SC in each ST to end
Fasten off, leave a long tail to sew the ends together.
Sewing the ends together:
- Put a stitch marker in the middle of the short side, lay it flat vertically with the marked end on top. (Important: make sure the RS is facing you)(Pic 1)
- Fold it in half by matching the short ends: the left corner of the other side should be on top where the stitch maker is. (Pic 2)
- Fold left side upwards on top of the top layer. (Pic 3) (Note: keep the long tail free on top to avoid it getting wrapped in while folding)
- Fold right side downwards under the bottom layer. (The right corner will be under the stitch marker) (Pic 4)
- Sew the four layers together with a whip stitch, fasten off. (Pic 5)
- Flip it inside out.
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