The turban-style headband can be worked up quickly. You can easily make headbands to match all your favorite outfits.
This pattern uses a few different crochet stitches; the single, the half-double, and the chain stitch. It’s a beginner pattern and it can be easily worked. When finished, you should have a stylish crochet twist and turn headband turban.
Type of Yarn:
Caron Cupcake, Yarnspiration
This is a 100% acrylic yarn with a weight of 3, 244 yards
You’ll only need approx. 50 -100yards, to complete this project.
This yarn may be discontinued. However, any 3 or 4 weight acrylic yarn should work fine. Just make sure the yarn you choose has some durability since this is a wearable accessory. Lion Brand Mandala Yarn in colorway Warlock may be a good dupe for color and weight.
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This is a project for the beginner. If you are new to crocheting you need to be comfortable completing single crochet, half double crochet stitch, and a chain stitch.
Here’s another fun Headband to Create!!!
Note: This pattern is written in U.S. terms and there is a key provided, to help with any abbreviations. Also, there have been Notes placed throughout the pattern to provide additional help. There are a few pictures and instructional videos, that have tips on the different stitches used, the videos can be found on my website AhselAnne.com.
Crochet Hook 5.00mm
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The gauge may vary based on your crochet style. It is not crucial for this pattern. Just adjust the foundation chain to ensure it fits the circumference of your head or the Headband Size.
To Adjust the Size:
Create the initial foundation chain and then place this chain around your head. You want the ends to touch without too much tension. Keep in mind the yarn will have some stretch.
Your stitches may vary some, but the overall pattern is worked the same.
Width Approx. 2 ¼”
Length 20″ch- chain
Abbreviations (US Terms)
hdc- half double crochet
sc- single crochet
sl st- slip stitch
tw- turn work
yo- yarn over
Row 1: In 2nd st, sc in each st across. (75) ch2, tw (ch 2 will count as the first stitch in row 2).
Row 2: hdc, in each st across. (75) ch 2, tw
Row 3: hdc, in each st across. (75) ch 2, tw
Row 4: hdc, in each st across. (75) ch 2, tw
Row 5: hdc, in each st across. (75) ch 1, tw
Row 6: sc, in each st across. (75)
Tie off, finish. Leave a long tail.
Repeat, creating 1 more strand.
Once you have 2 strips/strands; Lay one strand over the other, criss-cross or perpendicular to one another.
Fold both strands in half, creating a link or loop. Using the long tail end and the yarn needle, sew the raw edge together.
Fold the headband in half and sew the raw ends together to creating a solid band.
Weave in any excessive tails and shape headband. You are now ready to enjoy your Twist and Turn Turban style headband.
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Optional Finishing Step
You can stitch along the knot or linked area to ensure the twisted area stays in place.
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