Crochet Fall Headbands & Ear Warmers Wearables

Bohemian Crochet Headband~ a fun crochet pattern, easy to make, you’ll love this simple pattern and its great for beginners!

I’m so happy with how this turned out. I’ve tried it in a few different colors, but for some reason, this color combo is the winner. I was playing around and decided to make an unconventional headband, that has a little flare. Feel free to use whatever colors you wish, I’ve listed the colors I used below, although using a lighter color for what would be the mustard color here will make it pop.Guess what? When you purchase the written pattern, it comes with a video tutorial too! Win win!

Pattern available on

RAVELRY / ETSY / CRAFTSY

+ SKILL LEVEL:

Basically beginner, but may be slightly intermediate, because it works with a few different types of semi-advanced stitches.

The stitches and techniques you will learn working this pattern include the following:

chain stitch (ch)

double crochet (dc)

single crochet (sc)

spike stitch  (sp st), also known as long single crochet.

Changing Colors invisibly

+ Materials:

Yarn:

1 skein each of Scheepjes Merino Soft, 50g = 105m.

Yarn Colors:

C1 – 609 (Rembrandt, dark brown)

C2 – 625 (kandinsky, mint green)

C3 – 641 (van Gogh, mustard color)

C4 – Blue Ombre Red Heart Boutique  (for Blue Ombre yarn use only turquoise portion of the yarn, or substitute with Merino Soft 617 Cezanne.)

Hook Size:

4.00mm (USA-G) − Gauge: Worked with 4mm hook using Scheepjes yarn 19 sts x 10 rows = 4 x 4 inches or 10 x 10 cm Directions: US G hook: ch 19 + 2, *dc in 3rd ch from hook, and into each st to end, ch 2* – *repeat* until you reach 10 rows.

I usually purchase from Wool Warehouse, it is from the UK, they ship fast and it’s less expensive than buying U.S. I’m happy to help with any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Bohemian Head Warmer Graphic Smaller

Crochet Pattern Overlay Smaller

Boho Mint Ear Warmer

Thanks for visiting my page ❤.

❤ Tasha

~Inspire, Learn, Create

 

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