Wildly Warm Crochet Headband


Looking to learn a new stitch and work up an adorable Wildly Warm Crochet Headband in the process? Look no further than this free crochet pattern. Requiring a counterpane crochet stitch, the detailed instructions for the stitch are easy to follow. This stitch, in particular, is perfect for a headband because it works up quickly. This pattern is fully customizable making it great for any size headband. Plus, if you want something with more flair, you can add a flower applique, buttons, or even rotate a few colors while working up this adorable crochet headband.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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This really is more of an ear warmer than a headband. Ive never worked the Counterpane stitch (aka the Herringbone Half Double), so I clicked on the provided link to the tutorial video (highly recommended) The author also states that between the Foundation Single Crochet and the Counterpane, the finished work is very stretchy. Im wondering how this would work with cotton yarn.


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