Knotted Headband

Happy Spring!

What better way to celebrate the end of this brutal winter (unless your in where I am, because here its is still going strong) than with a new headband pattern!

I guess I am not in the spring frame of mind.

But hey, this cute little pattern takes one episode of Grey's Anatomy to make and you can always make it in advance for that hectic Christmas season (Bee don't start talking about winter again so soon...)

Anyway, here we go!


Knotted Headband Pattern 

Special Stitches:
     -Foundation Single Crochet (fsc)

Materials Used
   - Paton's Decor in Ivory
   - 4mm crochet hook

Crochet in back loops only 

Part A
Fsc 63 + 7 + 7. {If you have a smaller or bigger head, than 63 chains stretched, adjust as needed}. Ch 1, turn.

Rows 2-7: sc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. 
Row 8: sc in each st across. Fasten off and leave a long tail. 

Part B
Row 9: Fsc 7  and join in 8th st on Part A with sc. Sc across up to last 7 sts of Part A.  Fsc 7 sts. ch 1, turn.

Row 10-15: sc in each sc across. Ch 1, turn.
Row 16:  sc in each st across. Fasten off and leave a long tail. 

-Sew the two ends on the same side together, starting with the closest corners. 

-Insert one of the ends of the other side through the loop you just finished sewing. 

-sew both of these ends together, one inside the loop and one on the outside of the loop. 
-weave in loose ends 

I am happy with the way it turned out! It is so stretchy and cozy and will make an awesome gift... although who knows when that will happen with this warm weather thing maybe happening eventually. Oh Canada. :)

Anyway, I say it again, 

Happy Spring!


p.s. I lasted a week and a half of my crochet-free study month. Oh well, only 2 and a half weeks to go .

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