The Conley Headband adds warmth and a touch of elegance to any outfit. This headwrap was created to keep the ears warm, while still looking stylish. The stitch pattern makes this headband modern and it can be stitched up in an afternoon or weekend!
I was so honored that this headband was originally featured on The Hook Nook blog, and now I am so excited that now the Conley Headband will be here on my blog as well!
You never know when inspiration will hit you, I came up with this design one night when I was in bed, trying to fall asleep, haha. I was so excited about this design that I had a hard time falling asleep:)
I am obsessed with how this headband turned out. I love the contrast between the texture of the headband and the band wrapped around it.
Not to mention I love to wear this headband when it’s cold outside and my hair is either in a bun or ponytail (which lets face it, that’s most days of the week). This headband is also super quick to work up. It’s a great afternoon or weekend project!
But one of my favorite parts about this design is that it’s a stash buster! This project uses only a small amount of worsted weight yarn and I assume that most of us have this in our stash.
I had some of Lion Brand’s Heartland in Katmai in my yarn collection that I used for this headband. But don’t be afraid to use what ever you find in your stash!
You can purchase and inexpensive PDF of the pattern HERE
Or the free pattern is below!
- 100 yards of worsted weight (4) yarn. I used 1 skein of Lion Brand’s Heartland in Katmai
- H/5.00mm crochet hook
- Tapestry needle
- This pattern is written in US crochet terms.
- Due to the texture, the headband is worked inside out, then it is flipped right side out.
- The first stitch of each round is worked into the same stitch as the chain 1.
Size: The headband fits most teens and adults. To adjust the size, either add or take away from the foundation ch, in multiples of 2.
Measurements: Width = 3.5 inches Circumference = 22 inches
Gauge: 7 rows of 8 sc = 2 inches
Sl st: Slip stitch
Sc: Single crochet
Tc: Treble/triple crochet
Ch 70, sl st into the first ch to form a band. Ch 1
Round 1: Work 1 sc in every ch (70). Sl st into first st, ch 1.
Round 2: *1 sc in st, 1 tr in next st* repeat around (70). Sl st into first st, ch 1.
Round 3: *1 tr in st, 1 sc in next st* repeat around (70). Sl st into first st, ch 1.
Repeat rounds 2-3 for a total of 12 rounds.
Round 13: 1 sc in every st (70). Sl st into first st.
Fasten off leaving a long tail. Turn the headband right side out.
Row 1: 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook and in every ch (6). Ch 1, turn.
Row 2-12: 1 sc in every st (6). Ch 1, turn.
Do NOT fasten off.
Fold a part of the headband in half and then pull the two sides up. Seam the fold.
Wrap the band around the cinched part. In the back of the headband, sl st the two ends of the band together.
Weave in all ends.
I hope you enjoyed making the Conley Headband! Be sure to tag me on Instagram (@_stitchberry) with your headband, I would love to see it!