It’s a Free Pattern Blog Hop!

I am SO excited to have teamed up with some amazing designers to bring you an awesome St. Patrick’s Day Blog Hop! Each day a new pattern will go up over the next week! All of these patterns are great for St. Patty’s day but some are great for year around too! Just keep coming back to this post and I will have the list updated with links to each pattern! My headband crochet pattern is the first of the bunch to go live! the Free Pattern for the Canan Cabled Headband is below! Thanks for reading!

Patterns

3.3.2019 Canan Cabled Headband by Life and Yarn (see below)
3.4.2019 Pattern by Divine Debris *updated
3.5.2019 Pattern by A Crafty Concept *updated
3.6.2019 Pattern by Crazy 4 Crochet Momma *updated
3.7.2019 Pattern by Evelyn and Peter *updated
3.8.2019 Pattern by Hooked Hazel *updated
3.9.2019 Pattern by CoCo Crochet Lee *updated
3.10.2019 Pattern by 3amgracedesigns *updated
3.11.2019 Pattern By Hooked Up Crochet *updated

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Pattern contents are NOT to be re-shared, DIRECT LINKS ONLY to this post for the pattern.

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Canan Cabled Headband Free Crochet Pattern

I love crochet cables, but I am always afraid to take on a larger project that has them. I have tried a few and many times have become so frustrated that I just frog the whole thing! Well, frog no more! I have designed this project with learning cables in mind. This is a fast project that’s not large, so it creates the perfect opportunity to learn a cable!

Please be sure to Pin the Canan Cabled Headband to share with your friends!

You can grab a PDF of Etsy or Ravelry for just $3!

Materials

4.50 mm Crochet Hook
Yarn Needle
Scissors
50 yds #4 Worsted
Red Heart Soft Yarn, Leaf

Gauge/Size

16 sts x 8 rows is 4”x4 in SC

2-1/2″ wide x 20″ long before seaming.

Stitch Descriptions and Abbreviations

  • Chain Stitch – CH – yarn over, pull yarn through stitch on hook.
  • Slip Stitch – Sl St – Insert hook into stitch or space, yarn over, pull yarn through both loops on hook.
  • Single Crochet – SC – Insert hook into stitch or space, yarn over, pull up a loop, (2 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through 2 loops on hook.
  • Foundation Single Crochet – FSC – Chain 2, yarn over, insert hook into 2nd chain from hook, yarn over and pull up loop (2 loops on hook) Yarn over and pull through all loops, (1 foundation single crochet with chain at bottom) *Insert hook to bottom of the stitch you just made. It will look like the top or “V” of a stitch. Yarn over and pull up loop (2 loops on hook) Yarn over and pull through all loops.* *   * repeat.
  • Double Crochet – DC – Yarn over, insert hook into stitch or space, pull up a loop, (3 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over, pull through remaining loops.
  • Front Post Double Crochet – FPDC – Yarn over, insert hook from front to back around the HDC of the previous row, not in the “V”, pull up a loop, (3 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through 2 loops, yarn over, pull through remaining loops.
  • * * – Designates a repeat.

Newsletter

This pattern and its photographs are property of Life and Yarn. This pattern and the design are subject to copyright and are for personal use only with the exception of items made from it. You may sell your finished items, but please give credit to the designer and creator, Brianna Iaropoli of Life and Yarn.
Pattern contents are NOT to be re-shared, DIRECT LINKS ONLY to this post for the pattern.

Headband

Row 1

FSC 14 sts.

Row 2

CH 1, turn, SC across. [14 sts.]

Row 3

CH 1, turn, SC in first stitch, then skip next 2 SC sts of previous row and place 1 FPDC in each of the next 2 SC sts of the previous row.

Working behind the 2 FPDC sts you just created, work 1 FPDC in the first skipped SC and 1 FPDC in the next skipped SC of the previous row.

*Skip the next 2 SC sts of the previous row in the stitch sequence and place 1 FPDC in each of the next 2 SC sts of the previous row.

Working in front of the 2 FPDC sts you just created, work 1 FPDC in the first skipped SC and 1 FPDC in the next skipped SC of the previous row. *

* * Repeat over next 4 SC sts of previous row.

SC in last stitch. [14 sts.]

Row 4

CH 1, turn, SC across. [14 sts.]

Row 5
CH 1, turn, SC in first stitch, then place 1 FPDC around each of the first 2 FPDC sts of the previous row.

Skip the next 2 FPDC sts of the previous row and place 1 FPDC around each of the next 2 FPDC sts of the previous row.

Working in front of the 2 FPDC sts you just created, work 1 FPDC in the first skipped FPDC and 1 FPDC in the next skipped FPDC of the previous row.

Skip the next 2 FPDC sts of the previous row and place 1 FPDC around each of the next 2 FPDC sts of the previous row.

Working behind the 2 FPDC sts you just created, work 1 FPDC in the first skipped FPDC and 1 FPDC in the next skipped FPDC of the previous row.

Then place 1 FPDC around each of the last 2 FPDC sts of the previous row.

SC in last stitch. [14 sts.]

Row 6

CH 1, turn, SC across. [14 sts.]

Row 7

CH 1, turn, SC in first stitch, then skip next 2 FPDC sts of previous row and place 1 FPDC in each of the next 2 FPDC sts of the previous row.

Working behind the 2 FPDC sts you just created, work 1 FPDC in the first skipped FPDC and 1 FPDC in the next skipped FPDC of the previous row.

*Skip the next 2 FPDC sts of the previous row in the stitch sequence and place 1 FPDC in each of the next 2 FPDC sts of the previous row.

Working in front of the 2 FPDC sts you just created, work 1 FPDC in the first skipped FPDC and 1 FPDC in the next skipped FPDC of the previous row. *

* * Repeat over next 4 FPDC sts of previous row.

SC in last stitch. [14 sts.]

Rows 8 – 52 or proper length.

Repeat Rows 4-7

Assembly

With right sides facing, fold your headband in half and Sl St together.

Finish off and weave in your ends!

Newsletter

This pattern and its photographs are property of Life and Yarn. This pattern and the design are subject to copyright and are for personal use only with the exception of items made from it. You may sell your finished items, but please give credit to the designer and creator, Brianna Iaropoli of Life and Yarn.
Pattern contents are NOT to be re-shared, DIRECT LINKS ONLY to this post for the pattern.

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