My Makes: Crochet Headbands

I’ve had a few different projects on the hooks lately. I’m working on my next large granny square blanket (those are just so meditative to work on!) I’m working on a laceweight green dress. But in the midst of that, I’ve also been making a few headbands for myself, a project I’d been wanting to complete for awhile. So I’ve made two so far:

I didn’t use any particular pattern on these. I did a ribbed design on both because that seems to make crochet items stretchier which is good for a headband. I worked a simple stitch on each of them and then wrapped yarn around to make a quasi-bow.

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Kathryn

San Francisco based and crochet-obsessed writer, dreamer and creative spirit!

5 Comments:

  1. They’re both very pretty – nice design. :)

  2. These are super cute! I love the colors.

    • @undergroundcrafter Thanks so much. I love these colors too – they go with tons of the things I wear. I do also want to make a black headband but those are so hard to photograph well for the blog.

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