This crochet bean stitch headband has the best texture!
I just love it, and hope you do too! The headband features the bean stitch and has such a cute twist detail in the front.
Very easy to make and works up quickly! You will want to make one in every color!
The pattern uses medium worsted weight yarn and size H crochet hook.
Twisted Bean Headband
If you would prefer a button back enclosure check out my other version of this headband HERE.
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– Any medium worsted yarn (4), about 1/2-3/4 of skein. I recommend a soft acrylic such as Red Heart Soft.
– Hook size H, 5.00 mm
– Blunt needle
ch = chain
st(s) = stitches
sl st = slip stitch
Puff: Yarn over, insert hk in st and pull up a loop, yarn over and insert hook again pulling up another loop, yarn over and insert hk one more time and pull up a loop. Now yarn over and pull through all loops on the hook.
Row 1: Skip first st, *puff in next, ch 1, sk next st,* repeat from * to end.
Row 2: Ch 2, puff in first space, *ch 1, puff in next space*, repeat from * across, ending with a puff st in last space, turn (14).
Row 3: Continue with row 2 until piece measures 8.5″ from the end.
Row 4: Ch 2, *puff st in-between the next two puffs space, ch 1,* repeat 2 more times, ending with a puff in last space, turn.
Ch 2, puff in-between the first space and next 2 spaces until piece measures 3″ and fasten off.
Pick up a st back at row 4 and ch 2. Puff in-between the first space and next 2 spaces until the other side measures 3″ and fasten off.
Cross the top part over the bottom part and pick up a st at the bottom.
Ch 2 and repeat row 2. This will bring the headband back together to one piece.
Work row 2 until piece measures 20″ from the end.
Bring the ends together and sl st across to close. Fasten off and weave in ends.
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