Velvet Headband


Simple Velvet Headband



So I gave into the velvet yarn trend and of course had to make a headband. This is my first in a series of velvet patterns. So if you are loving velvet yarns, don't forget to Subscribe to my newsletter to hear about all my free pattern releases.
For this pattern I used Bernet Baby Velvet which is a size 4 yarn unlike most velvets which are size 5 bulky yarns. You can check out a selection of velvet yarns using this link here. The pattern was written in baby, child and adult sizes gauge is important in this project. Remember to make certain your gauge is correct, you should have a stretchy fabric. If not go up a hook size.

How long does it take?

The Adult size works up in just over a half hour, this makes it perfect for gifting and making while zoning out to a good Netflix Binge!

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Supplies

Yarn: You will need around 80- 120yrds of Bernet Baby Velvet (size 4)
Hook: 5mm

Gauge

4x4” = 12 dc stitches by 4 rows of 2 row repeat (row dc, row sc).


Abbreviations

This pattern is written in US terms.

Ch: Chain
Dc: Double crochet
Hdc: Half Double crochet
Sc: Single crochet
St: Stitch

You will be working flat and seaming at the end to produce your twist.

Sizing (Adult 21 inches, Child 17 inches, Baby 13.5 inches)


Start:

Start by chaining (65, 49, 43) Turn.
Row 1: Hdc in second chain from hook and every chain across. Turn. (64, 48, 42).
Row 2: Ch2. Dc in every st across. Turn (64, 48, 42).
Row 3: Ch1. Sc in every st across. Turn (64, 48, 42).

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Row 4: Repeat Row 2.
Row 5. Repeat Row 3.
Row 6: Repeat row 2.
Row 7: Ch2. Hdc in every st across. Turn (64).

For Baby size Cast off here.

Row 8: Repeat row 2.
Row 9: Ch2. Hdc in every st across. Turn (64).

For Child size Cast off here.

Row 10: Repeat row 2.
Row 11: Ch2. Hdc in every st across. Turn (64).

For Adult Size Cast off here.

Finishing


Lay piece flat. Grabbing the bottom left corner and twist the piece up above the top let corner. Holding the piece in this position use mattress stitch to seam the piece together. To ensure your twist stays how you like it you can add a stitch in the center of the twist.




There you have it! Enjoy your beautiful Velvet goodness. Don’t forget to share any projects you make using #bearrye , and follow me on Instagram and Facebook @bearrye


Velvet Headband Velvet Headband Reviewed by Claire Rye-Koswener on October 11, 2019 Rating: 5

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