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Comfy Cozy Headband



This free crochet headband pattern will keep your ears warm during Fall and Winter. The Comfy Cozy Headband has just the right amount of sparkle in it from the Red Heart Stardust yarn used to work it up, making it perfect for girls of all ages. Consider making multiple headbands to carry you through the seasons and to match all of your winter outfits. Be stylish even during the coldest of winters with this cute striped crochet headband.

Comfy Cozy Headband
Comfy Cozy Headband
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Crochet Hook: 4.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)


  • RED HEART® Stardust:
    • 2 skeins 1805 Blue A
    • 1 skein 1623 Green B
  • Crochet Hook: 4.25 mm [US G-7]
  • Yarn needle

GAUGE: 20 sts = 4”; 14 rows = 4”. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauge.

ABBREVIATIONS: A, B, C = Color A, Color B, Color C etc; ch = chain; dc = double crochet; hdc = half double crochet; mm = millimeters; sc = single crochet; st(s) = stitch(es); yo = yarn over; [ ] = work directions in brackets the number of times specified; * or ** = repeat whatever follows the * or ** as indicated.


  • Foundation single crochet (fsc) = First St: Ch 2, insert hook under top 2 strands of first ch, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 1 loop, yo, draw through both loops (first fsc complete). Remaining sts: Insert hook under both loops of previous st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 1 loop, yo, draw through both loops.
  • Chain 2 counts as hdc throughout. All stitches are worked into the top and the back loop of the indicated stitch to form a ridge in the completed row.

With A, Fsc 20; ch 2, turn to work into sc side of foundation ch.
Row 1: Hdc in the next 4 sts, *ch 1, skip next st, cl in the next st, ch 1, skip next st, hdc in the next 5 sts; repeat from * across; ch 2, turn – 2 cl, 4 ch-1 spaces, 15 hdc sts.
Row 2: Hdc in the next 4 sts, *cl in the next ch-1 space, ch 1, skip next st, cl in the next ch-1 space, hdc in the next 5 sts; repeat from * across; ch 2, turn – 4 cl, 2 ch-1 spaces, 15 hdc sts.
Repeat Rows 1 and 2 following the headband stripe sequence until piece measures 18½” (20”) long. Fasten off.

Headband Stripe Sequence: For 18½” (20”) headband, work 9 (12) rows with A, 3 rows with B, 3 rows with A, 3 rows with B, 9 rows with A, 9 rows with B, 9 rows with A, 3 rows with B, 3 rows with A, 3 rows with B, 9 (12) rows with A.

With A, fsc 20; ch 3, turn to work into sc side of foundation ch.
Row 1: Dc in each st across; ch 3, turn – 20 sts
Repeat Row 1 until piece measures 18½” (20”) long.
Fasten off.


With yarn needle, sew long edges of both pieces together.
Turn inside out. Sew ends of lining edge together, inserting needle in each st on each end. Sew the outside edges together in the same manner. Weave in ends.

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Feb 13, 2015

what does the cl mean


Jan 7, 2015

I was wondering if you can just chain the 20 and then sc instead of doing the fsc. I don't seem to get the fsc stitch. Anyone that can answer this will be a great help. Thanks


20 Ratings

Dec 25, 2014

what's a "cl", do not see in instructions - looks cute though


Dec 3, 2014

http// == rr.pdf


Dec 3, 2014

I went to the Red Heart site pattern index and found a .pdf of the corrected patter LW2848. http// == rr.pdf


Sep 27, 2014

what does cl mean in instructions


Jan 24, 2014

What does cl mean in row one of instructions? cluster??


Dec 20, 2013

This is confusing. I have been crocheting for a while and cannot figure out what this is supposed to look like. I can look at the picture but it does NOT look what I get when I have finished up to the 2nd row. Is there anywhere else that I can find help with this?


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