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This is a free Tunisian crochet headband pattern. Featuring knit-like crochet stitches, this headband is a cold-weather staple.
Crochet headbands are the perfect accessory during the colder months. I really love them for lots of reasons. For one, I love that I am not left with ‘hat hair’. Moreover, I don’t have to wear my hair a certain way. I can wear it up or down – it doesn’t matter because my crochet headband will slide over my head either way. For me, that is a win-win! Lastly, these also make really great gifts if you’re running short on time. I can easily knock several names off my yearly gift list by working up a small pile of these.
I love that Tunisian crochet adds a unique texture that regular crochet stitches don’t have. This Tunisian crochet pattern features the Tunisian knit stitch which creates that classic knit-look. Additionally, you will get that stretch that knit projects are known for.
If you’ve never tried Tunisian crochet before, don’t worry. This is actually a really great introduction to the world of Tunisian crochet. If you happen to be more of a visual learner like myself, then I’ve included a couple of really detailed Tunisian stitch tutorials so that you can successfully complete this beautiful headband pattern.
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Tunisian Crochet Patterns
Well, this Tunisian crochet headband pattern is not my first Tunisian Crochet pattern. In my newest Tunisian crochet ebook, I have included 32 patterns and 18 stitch tutorials. So if you’re looking to get into Tunisian crochet more, you’re going to love this book!
As a matter of fact, in my new ebook, all these Tunisian crochet patterns, stitches, and tips and all organized per category and from beginner to more advanced patterns. And of course, the ebook also comes with lots of videos. Make sure to grab your copy right here:
Get the PDF of the Tunisian Crochet Headband Pattern
This pattern is also available as an ad-free, printer-friendly pdf pattern that can be purchased at the links below for only a small fee.
In “The Crochet Club” membership the pattern is interactive with check-off boxes so you can keep track of where you are in the pattern (and saved per user login) without any ads and is printer-friendly!
Do you love Tunisian crochet? Or are you looking for more fun Tunisian crochet patterns? Here are a few more designs you may like to try:
To start, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this easy pattern.
How to Tunisian Crochet a Knit-Like Headband
Materials you will need
- 8.0mm Tunisian Crochet Hook (pick a long one OR one with a cable), here are some options to get that I recommend:
- tapestry needle
5 x 7 rows = 2 square inches
Flat: 9.5 (w) x 5 (h) inches
Stitches used in the pattern
Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE
- TSS = Tunisian Simple Stitch
- TKS = Tunisian Knit Stitch
- sl st = slip stitches
- ch = chain
Tunisian Crochet Video Tutorials
If you are new to Tunisian Crochet, then you may find these stitch tutorials helpful. Via the links below, I show you how to make the Tunisian simple stitch as well as the Tunisian knit stitches- all of which are the basis for this Tunisian crochet headband pattern.
You can find all of these video tutorials below:
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Free Written Pattern for the Tunisian Crochet Headband
The headband pattern can be adjusted. You can make it longer or shorter if you need it.
R1 F: starting from the 2nd ch from the hook, 1 TSS in each st (forward path)
R1 R: work stitches off the hook (return path)
R2 F: 1 TKS per st, finish with an edge stitch
R2 R: work stitches off the hook
R3-R15: Repeat R2
Sl st after the last row.
Since it’s wool, wet block your flat piece.
Fold flat piece in half (wrong side), fold the short edges in half and fold them into each other (like 2 hugging C’s)and sew the connection together through all 4 layers.
Congratulations! Your beautiful new Tunisian headband is now finished and ready to wear. Will you be wearing this headband yourself or will you gift your newly crocheted masterpiece to a lucky friend or family member? I’d love to know!
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