Cute Chunky Crochet Headband for Autumn Using Spiin

With autumn just around the corner, chunky knit sweaters, colourful scarves and cute mittens are just a few of the cosy delights we can enjoy once again. With the release of our new yarn brand Spiin this summer, we thought this autumn would be the perfect chance to embrace the cooler weather in style with a range of crochet crafts!

Today we will be making a super cute and stylish wrap headband – just the thing to keep your ears warm as the weather gets cooler!

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You Will Need:

  • 100G Yarn
  • Crochet Needle Size 4.5
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Sewing Scissors

How To Make:

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To Create The Headband:

Multiple of 2 STS+1, Plus 1 for the foundation chain. How to make a SC3TOG: Insert hook into CH indicated, yarnover, pull up loop (keeping it on the crochet hook) then repeat 2 more times in the next 2 CHS. Yarnover, pull through all 4 loops on hook.

Row One:

  • CH the width of your head in multiple of 2 CHS.
  • DC in 2nd CH from hook.
  • DC3TOG starting in the same CH as previous ST.
  • CH 1, joining all four loops together.
  • Repeat across the row until the last CH, always beginning in the same CH as previous ST.
  • At the end of row, 1 DC in the same CG as the 3rd leg of the previous ST, turn.

Row Two:

  • CH1.
  • 1 DC in the first ST.
  • DC3TOG Starting in the same CH as previous ST.
  • CH 1, joining all four loops together.
  • Repeat as last row until the last CH, always beginning in the same CH as previous ST.
  • At the end of row, 1 DC in the same CH as the 3rd leg of the previous ST, turn.

Repeat for 9 more rows (11 in total), then cast off.

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To Create The Centre Of The Headband:

Row One:

  • CH 16+1.
  • DC in second CH from hook.
  • DC until the end of row, turn.

Row Two:

  • DC in the second CH from the hook.
  • DC until the end of the row, turn.

Repeat for 8 more rows (10 in total), then cast off.

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To Stitch Up Headband:

  • Using the tapestry needle, stitch ends of the yarn back into the work them trim to a few centimetres.
  • To join the sides, turn the piece the wrong way around and fold in half lengthways. Using the same yarn, knot then stitch across the seam. Tie a knot at the end and as before stitch the loose ends into the work. Turn the right way around.

To Attach The Knot:

  • Thread onto the headband.
  • Turn the headband the wrong way around stitch up sides in the same way.
  • Turn right way around and push the centre piece over the seam.

Now you have your gorgeous headband to keep your ears nice and cosy!

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What do you think of this cute cosy chunky crochet headband? Will you be giving it a go? If you do, we’d LOVE to see your creations over on the inspiration area and don’t forget to #trimcraft if you post on social media!

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