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Rembina Twisted Headband

I can’t believe it! This is the last pattern of the One Headband Pattern Each Day for a week event!

This is a fairly easy pattern, perfect for advanced beginners with beautifully textured stitches with a unique appearance!

Say hello to the last pattern of the week, the Rembina Twisted Headband!


Special thanks to my tester: Rebecca Urrutia


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Difficulty:                           Advanced Beginner/Intermediate

Finished Size:                  

Adult Small but it can be easily adjusted to any size and width

Materials needed:

  • 5 mm (H) size hook (I used Cream Streamline by Furls)
  • 50 grams, 100 yards/92 meters of Aran/Worsted weight yarn (I used Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran in Bubblegum Pink shade)
  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends
  • Scissors
  • Stitch markers (optional)

Stitches Used and Abbreviations:

CH = chain

ST = stitch

SC = single crochet

DC = double crochet

FPDC = front post double crochet

BPDC = back post double crochet

[ ] = used to repeat a longer set of instructions between these brackets, the number of times given

Special Stitches:

Front Post Double Crochet (FPDC):

Yarn over, insert your hook from front to back around the post of given stitch, from right to left, yarn over and finish your double crochet as usual.

Back Post Double Crochet (BPDC):

Yarn over, insert your hook from back to front around the post of given stitch, from right to left, yarn over and finish your double crochet as usual.

Gauge: 4 SC = 1”

Additional notes:

  • If a row starts with a CH 1, that is not counted as a stitch.
  • CH 2 always counts as double crochet.
  • 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+5 chains

Instructions

To start: CH 73

Row 1: 1 SC into the 2nd CH from the hook, 1 SC in each CH to end

TURN

(72 SC)

Row 2: CH 2 (counts as DC)(Pic 1), 1 FPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 2), [1 BPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 3), 1 FPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 4)] 17 times, 1 DC in last ST (Pic 5)

TURN

(2 DC, 36 FPDC, 34 BPDC)

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2.

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5.

Row 3: CH 2 (counts as DC), 1 BPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 1), [1 FPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 2), 1 BPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 3)] 17 times, 1 DC in top of CH 2 (Pic 4)

TURN

(2 DC, 34 FPDC, 36 BPDC)

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2.

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4.

Row 4: CH 2 (counts as DC), 1 FPDC around next 2 STS, [1 BPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 1), 1 FPDC around next 2 STS] 17 times (Pic 2), 1 DC in top of CH 2

TURN

(2 DC, 36 FPDC, 34 BPDC)

1.                                                                                                         

2.

Row 5: CH 2 (counts as DC), 1 FPDC around next 2 STS, [1 BPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 1), 1 FPDC around next 2 STS] 17 times (Pic 2), 1 DC in top of CH 2

TURN

(2 DC, 36 FPDC, 34 BPDC)

1.                                                                                                         

2.

Row 6: CH 2 (counts as DC), 1 BPDC around next 2 STS, [1 FPDC around next 2 STS, 1 BPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 1)] 17 times (Pic 2), 1 DC in top of CH 2

TURN

(2 DC, 34 FPDC, 36 BPDC)

1.                                                                                                         

2.

Row 7: CH 2 (counts as DC), 1 FPDC around next 2 STS, [1 BPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 1), 1 FPDC around next 2 STS] 17 times (Pic 2), 1 DC in top of CH 2

TURN

(2 DC, 36 FPDC, 34 BPDC)

1.                                                                                                         

2.

Row 8: CH 2 (counts as DC), 1 FPDC around next 2 STS, [1 BPDC around next 2 STS, 1 FPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 1)] 17 times (Pic 2), 1 DC in top of CH 2

TURN

(2 DC, 36 FPDC, 34 BPDC)

1.                                                                                                         

2.

Row 9: CH 2 (counts as DC), 1 BPDC around next 2 STS, [1 FPDC around next 2 STS, 1 BPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 1)] 17 times (Pic 2), 1 DC in top of CH 2

TURN

(2 DC, 34 FPDC, 36 BPDC)

1.                                                                                                         

2.

Row 10: CH 2 (counts as DC), 1 FPDC around next 2 STS, [1 BPDC around next 2 STS, 1 FPDC around next 2 STS (Pic 1)] 17 times (Pic 2), 1 DC in top of CH 2

TURN

(2 DC, 36 FPDC, 34 BPDC)

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2.

Row 11: CH 1, 1 SC in same ST, 1 SC in each ST to end (Pic 1-2), 1 SC in top of CH 2

(72 SC)

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2.

Fasten off, leave a long tail to sew the ends together.


Sewing the ends together:

  1. Put a stitch marker in the middle of the short side, lay it flat vertically with the marked end on top. (Pic 1)
  2. 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)
  3. 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)
  4. Fold right side downwards under the bottom layer. (The right corner will be under the stitch marker) (Pic 4)
  5. Sew the four layers together with a whip stitch, fasten off. (Pic 5)
  6. Flip it inside out. (Pic 6)

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