This Atlantic Crochet Headband is so easy and stylish to wear around town or just a cold chilling day. This simple pattern you guys can whip up so quickly with just one afternoon tea about an hour. This little cutie crochet headband is a great project for holiday gifting idea.
I designed this Atlantic headband in the same stitch as Downtown button cowl except use less yarn and more quicker. If you are beginner you can easily work up this headband so quickly in just repeating the same stitch pattern then enjoy the pretty result. I used weight worsted yarn 100% acrylic with 6 mm crochet hook.
Let’s get start!
– I used Lion brand wool Ease chunky yarn or for non wool I recommend Brava Bulky yarn from knit pick.
-Yarn weight 5 chunky
– 6 mm crochet hook or J/10 US hook size
– Sewing yarn needle
-3 wooden buttons. I used wooden buttons that are 1 inches wide or your prefer choice.
Skill and abbreviations
(American crochet terms)
You will need to know how to make
-Sl st (slip stitch)
-sc which mean single crochet
-hdc which mean half double crochet
Gauge: 2 (hdc,sl st) x 2 rows = 2 square inch
Finished Size Approximately: one size fit all
-4 inches wide
-21 inches long when unbuttoned
This pattern is made for beginners! There is a basic skill level required to make.
Atlantic headband instruction.
Start of by making a slip knot Then make 62 chains foundation chain.
(you can adjust the length of the headband by decrease or increase foundation chain in even number like..(66,68, or 70)
Row1. sc in the next chain from hook, then sc in each chain across until the end of the row, ch1 turn.
Row2. *hdc in next st , then sl st in next st* repeat * to * across until the end of the row. Ch1 turn
Row3-8. Repeat row 2 or until piece measures approximately 4 inch wide desired length. Fasten off.
Weave in all ends with yarn needle.
then connecting both ends together by using yarn needle and add the wooden button along.
Now you have your very own Atlantic headband.
If you make one I would love to see your creation tag me on Instagram! would love to see your creation.