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Free Pattern Friday: Baby Turban-Style Headband (Plus 2 more!)

If you've been following this blog for a while, you may remember the adult turban style ear warmer/headband pattern I shared. If I am remembering correctly, I believe it was the first pattern I shared on here.


Here's me wearing it in a goofy selfie.

Well, I have had several friends have baby girls recently. I was looking for headband patterns that were different and really did not come across many that I liked. So, I decided to write a pattern for a baby turban style headband. I love the fabric-knotted ones. Why not create one out of my favorite medium?


This pattern comes in three sizes (Newborn, 3-6, & 6-12). I honestly just haven't had time this week to figure out the toddler size yet. As soon as I do, I will edit this post to include it.

Here we go!

Baby Turban-Style Headband


Materials needed: 
Worsted weight yarn in any number of colors (I would do no more than 5)
Hook size: US J (5.5 mm)
Yarn needle

Abbreviations: 
CH - chain 
ST - stitch
HDC - half double crochet 
YO - yarn over
BLO - ST in back loops only.

Skills needed:
CH
HDC (YO, insert hook in ST, pull up a loop, YO, pull through three loops on hook)
Whip stitch.

Measurements:
Newborn – CH 39 (or 13”)
3-6 months – CH 45 (or 14”)
6-12 months – CH 51 (or 16”)
* Make sure you CH in increments of 3 *

Pattern:
With first color, CH according to chart above.

Row 1: HDC in 3rd CH from hook. (First two CH count as first HDC.) HDC across.

Row 2-4: CH 2, turn. (CH 2 does not count as first HDC.) HDC across in BLO.

Row 5: CH 2, turn.  (CH 2 does not count as first HDC.) HDC across in BLO. Fasten off leaving a 6-in tail for sewing.

Sew ends together using whip stitch. Weave in ends. Wrap contrasting color yarn around seam like a bow.

See! It's super easy! Feel free to sell the items you make from this pattern. Just don't sell or reproduce this pattern as your own. If you do share this pattern make sure you link back to this blog.


In my search for headband patterns, I did find one that I do like and will use regularly.



This mesh headband can be found on My Merry Mess Life. The pattern for the rose can be found on Skip to my Lou. I used the smallest size. I didn't want the flower to be too big.

One more pattern! Have you seen these adorable shoes circulating on Facebook?

These are the ones I've made, not the originals.

As soon as I saw them, I was obsessed. Thankfully, the writer of the pattern was kind enough to make it free so I was able to make my own. I added a flower to make them a little more girly. The original pattern can be found on Whistle and Ivy.

Well, that's my Free Patter Friday post. Hope you have a gorgeous weekend!

Happy Hooking!






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