Circles Headband

Author

Rikki Lee

Introduction

Who doesn’t love headbands!? Here is a quick and easy pattern that you can easily customize. Shown is a headband with 2 different sized circles on one side… but the possibilities are endless. Make as many or as few circles as you would like. Make them in the same color or separate.

Materials List

This will take up so little yarn, you could probably make 20 with one skein.

Any worsted yarn will do and whatever hook size you would like. I used H, but gauge is not important at all in this project.

You will need:

  1. tape measure
  2. stitch marker
  3. small amount of 3 colors of yarn

yarn needle

Finished Size

roughly 35inches long.

Gauge

gauge is not important

Notes

spike sc: a single crochet worked in an indicated stitch lower than the previous round of stitches. just draw your yarn up a little higher when working the spike sc.

The Pattern

row 1: with main color, make a chain approximately 17in long. place stitch marker at end of chain
row 2: continue making a chain, join with sl st in first ch

row 3: continue making a chain, join with sl st in the ch with a stitch marker. continue making a chain for desired length of tie band [I recommend roughly 10inches], fasten off.

join same yarn in other end of 3 chains and make other tie band

for circles:
smaller circle:
rnd 1: with color b, ch17, join with sl st to form a ring.
rnd 2: ch1, 22sc in ring, join with sl st to first sc. fasten off.

note: if it is not full enough for your preference, add a few more sc in ring.

bigger circle:
rnd 1: with color c, ch23, join with sl st to form ring.
rnd 2: ch1, 26 sc in ring, join with sl st to first sc.

rnd 3: ch1, working over round 2, 30 spike sc in ring. join with sl st to first spike sc. fasten off.

make as many circles as desired.

Finishing:
Be sure your headband is not twisted. The ties tend to tangle up in headband. After you have it straightened out, simple decide where you would like your circles and sew them onto the chains.

Weave in ends, and you are done!

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