Stay warm this Winter with a Fur Lined Headband.
Updated: Jun 4, 2020
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Happy New Year! I thought we should start out with a Free pattern. This pattern works up quickly and is a great pattern for beginners as well.
This Fur Lined Headband crochet pattern is so thick and cozy warm you will want to wear it all Winter long! Winter is my least favorite season. I hate to be cold, and the wind is terrible in Kansas. It makes the cold go right through to your bones.
What better way to beat the Winter blues than to wrap yourself in a faux fur hug?
I am including the Toddler size instructions with this post, but you can find the complete pattern with toddler, child, and adult sizes in my Etsy and Ravelry shops. Simply click the link below and it will take you right to the page to purchase.
Toddler Size Fur Lined Headband Crochet Pattern
30 yards of Charisma yarn or similar bulky (5) weight yarn
20 Yards of Go for Faux or similar super bulky (6) faux fur
6.5mm crochet hook
10mm crochet hook
Needle to weave in ends
Terms: Ch: Chain
SC: Single Crochet
HDC: Half Double Crochet
HDC 3rd loop: Half Double Crochet 3rd loop (See photos)
F/O: Finish Off
Toddler Size: 17” length
With a 6.5 mm crochet hook and Bulky (5) yarn
Row 1: Chain 39, SC in 2nd stitch and across, ch1, turn. (38)
Row 2: HDC across, ch1, turn. (38)
Row 3: 3rd loop HDC across*, ch1, turn. (38)
Rows 4- 5: Repeat Rows 2-3
Row 6: SC across, F/O (38)
With a 10 mm crochet hook and Fur yarn (18” length)
Row 1: Chain 30, HDC in 2nd stitch and across, ch1, turn. (29)
Row 2: HDC across, ch1, turn. (29)
Row 3: Repeat Row 2
Row 4: HDC across, F/O (29)
Turn colored piece right side down. (The right side has the ridges.)
Place fur on top of the colored piece and attach two pieces together with a needle and a strand of bulky yarn using a mattress stitch. Do not stitch tightly, as this will make the headband too small. The fur will be longer than the colored piece. Stretch the colored piece as you attach to make it the same length as the fur.
Fold in half and stitch ends of fur and ends of colored piece together to form a circle.
Cinch front of the headband with a strand of bulky yarn and a needle.
With a 6.5mm hook and bulky (5) yarn
Row 1: CH4, SC in 2nd chain and across, ch1, turn. (3)
Row 2: SC across, ch1, turn. (3)
Row 3: SC across, F/O. (3)
Attach to front of headband, covering the seam.
I hope you Love this new pattern as much as I do! As always if you make one be sure to tag me so I can see it. Instagram: @carol_hladik_designs or Facebook @ Carol's Creations for You.