Twisted Boho Crochet Headwrap


Twisted Boho Crochet Headwrap

Twisted Boho Crochet Headwrap

"This boho chic head wrap pattern gives you a cute, stylish way to dress up your messy hairdo for an irresistably Bohemian look. Believe it or not, this headband is absolutely perfect for those of you trying Tunisian crochet for the first time. (It was my very first Tunisian project, too!) While this headband is made in one piece, you will need to work a few short rows on one side, then break the yarn in the center and work a few short rows on the opposite side to facilitate the twist. Then, you’ll be able to seamlessly join them together and continue the second half of the headband! I’m working on a full photo and video tutorial for this pattern as we speak, but as always, feel free to ask me any questions in my Salty Pearl Crochet Circle Facebook Group, or in a blog comment or through the email contact form on my webpage."

NotesKeep in mind that Tunisian crochet is exceptionally stretchy! Take the time to try on (if possible) before finishing off your project.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge8 sts and 8 rows in 2" in Tunisian Knit Stitch

Finished Size19", to fit a 22-23" head.

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This project uses the Tunisian Knit Stitch, and as Im always looking to expand my T skills, I decided to take a look at this one. Ironically, I would know exactly how to work this if I were actually knitting the pattern, but Im going to have to work this up to get it into my head. While I appreciate the general TSS video, I do wish she had posted one showing the twist.

I could tell that the yarn was familiar to me. I love the Lion Brand Jeans yarn. This is a headband with a "twist"! Add this project to your holiday gifting list or add it to your holiday craft fair table. I think you'd sell quite a few of them. Lots of other headbands feature shell or scallop stitches but I like the simplicity of this one. Thanks for the new pattern offering.


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