The Luxe Loops Headband is a quick stash buster that's right on trend with a puffy textured look and extra comfy fit! Make a bunch using up all your Bernat Blanket odds and ends - with this free crochet pattern on Moogly!
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Featuring Bernat Blanket O'Go - or Any Blanket!
To make the Luxe Loops Headband, I used some Bernat Blanket O'Go - I love how tangle-free it is, and I might just be using the rest of it on my next pattern! However, this is a great pattern to make using any leftover bits of Blanket you have - even match a larger gift for a fun gift set!
A Trendy Stash Buster
The Luxe Loops Headband uses only 40 yards of yarn and the kind of simple elastic hairband you likely already have laying around the house. And it's got the look that's trending right now, making it perfect for gift giving!
Padded headbands, aka hatbands, are basically big "puffy" headbands, often made with luxurious materials. And the Luxe Loops Headband is my crocheted contribution!
The yarn and stitching do the work - no need for actual padding, and only the tiniest bit of stitching at the very end. A gorgeous textured look, made in minutes to match every outfit!
Luxe Loops Headband
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US-L, 8.0 mm hook - Susan Bates
40 yds Bernat Blanket O'Go
(6-Super Bulky; 100% polyester; 300 g/10.5 oz, 201 m/220 yds)
Colorways Shown: select sections of Monochrome and Winter Berry
Gauge: 7 sc x 8 rows = 4"/10cm
Finished Size: Fits most teens and adults
Helpful Links and Tutorials:
In Row 30, you may be inserting the hook into the stitch before the ch-6 loop, depending on which side you ended up putting your braids on. Either direction works. Please see the Braided Loops Tutorial linked above for help with braiding.
Luxe Loops Headband Instructions:
Row 1: Join to hair band with sc, 2 sc in band; turn. (3 sc)
Row 2 - 7: Ch 1, sc 3; turn.
Row 8: Ch 1, sc in first st, 2 sc in next st, sc in last st; turn. (4 sc)
Row 9 - 28: Ch 1, sc in first st, [ch 6, sc next] 3x; turn (4 sc, 3 ch-6 loops)
Starting at Row 9, twist each loop to the left, and pull the next loop through. Then twist that loop to the left, and pull the next loop through. Continue up all three columns until only the last loop remains in each column. Secure each loop with a stitch marker
Row 29: Ch 1, sc in each sc across; turn. (4 sc)
Row 30: (See Note) Ch 1, sc through first ch-6 loop and first st, insert hook in next loop and sc2tog in next 2 sts, sc through last ch-6 loop and last st; turn. (3 sc)
Row 31 - 37: Rep Row 2; break yarn leaving a long tail and finish off. Use long tail to whipstitch last 3 sts to opposite side of hair band, being careful not to twist the band.
LOOKING FOR MORE?
Are you looking for more Bernat Blanket crochet patterns? You can browse all my patterns on Moogly or Ravelry - and check out some of my most recent designs: Easy Rectangle Log Cabin Blanket, Mushroom Stuffie, Jellyfish Squish, Plush Hourglass Floor Pillow, and Carrot Door Basket!
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Is this using a regular ponytail elastic.
Yes! 🙂 I've linked the ones I used above!