July 5, 2015

Bohemian Pineapple Headband -free crochet pattern-

 

I've been on a headband kick lately, and I think that this is my favorite of all of my headband patterns!  I love crochet pineapples and really wanted to figure out how it would work in a headband.  After some playing around, measuring, taking it apart, and re-crocheting, I got perfect!  It even turned out a bit better than I had planned, I like how the edges have a bit of curve, where the center of the pineapple motifs give a this a a turban look.

I sell these finished headbands in my Etsy shop, but if you can crochet and you like this pattern, go ahead and make your own!


Designed By:  Farrah Hodgson aka Firene

Skill Level:  Intermediate

Materials: 
  • One ball (50g/1.7 oz; 95m/104 yds) Knitca Lovely, 100% Bamboo.  Color Tan.
  • Size 2.0mm crochet hook
  • yarn needle to sew in ends
Size: Adult head, stretchy. 

Finished Measurements: Approximately 19" circumference (un-stretched) up to 23" stretched (Max); 3" wide.

Stitches Used: Sl St=Slip Stitch; Ch=Chain; Sc=Single Crochet; Dc=Double Crochet; Tr=Treble Crochet

Special Term Used:
  • Shell= (2dc-ch2-2dc) in same stitch or space
  • Shell in next Shell= Shell in the ch2 space of next shell.


THE PATTERN

-Ch 150, sl st in 1st ch to form a loop. (Careful not to twist chain)



Rnd 1: Ch1, sc in same st as joining, sc in each chain around, sl st in 1st sc to join. (150sc)




Rnd 2: Ch6 (counts as 1tr and ch1 space); [(tr-ch1) 6 times, tr] in same st; ch9- skip next 14 sts, shell in next st, ch9- skip next 14 sts; *[(tr-ch1) 7 times, tr] in next st, ch9- skip next 14 sts, shell in next st, ch9- skip next 14 sts** repeat from * to ** 4 times; sl st in the 5th ch of beginning ch6 to join; sc in the fist ch1 space.



Rnd 3: *(ch7- sc in next ch1 space) 6 times; ch7- shell in next shell; ch7- sc in next ch1 space** repeat from * to ** 5 times; sl st in 1st ch of beginning ch7 to join, sl st in next 2 chs, sc in the ch7 space.



Rnd 4: *(ch7- sc in next ch7 space) 5 times; ch5- shell in next shell; ch5- sc in next ch7 space** repeat from * to ** 5 times; sl st in 1st ch of beginning ch7 to join, sl st in next 2 chs, sc in the ch7 space.



Rnd 5: *(ch7- sc in next ch7 space) 4 times; ch3- shell in next shell; ch3- sc in next ch7 space** repeat from * to ** 5 times; sl st in 1st ch of beginning ch7 to join, sl st in next 2 chs, sc in the ch7 space.



Rnd 6: *(ch7- sc in next ch7 space) 3 times; ch5- shell in next shell; ch5- sc in next ch7 space** repeat from * to ** 5 times; sl st in 1st ch of beginning ch7 to join, sl st in next 2 chs, sc in the ch7 space.


Rnd 7: *(ch7- sc in next ch7 space) twice; ch7- shell in next shell; ch7- sc in next ch7 space** repeat from * to ** 5 times; sl st in 1st ch of beginning ch7 to join, sl st in next 2 chs, sc in the ch7 space.


Rnd 8: *(ch7- sc in next ch7 space); ch9- shell in next shell; ch9- sc in next ch7 space** repeat from * to ** 5 times; sl st in 1st ch of beginning ch7 to join, sl st in next 2 chs, 2sc in the ch7 space.


Rnd 9: *ch11- shell in next shell, ch11- 2sc in next ch7 space** repeat from * to ** 4 times; ch11- shell in next shell, ch11- sl st in 1st sc to join.


Rnd 10: Ch1, sc in same st, working along all shells and chains, sc in each st around, sl st in 1st sc to join. (150sc) Fasten off. Sew in ends.



Copyright Firene Designs, 2015. 

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