Caroling Headwrap Crochet Pattern

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The farm I received my Alpaca fleece from, Tranquil Lane Farms, had some yarn mill spun. As soon as I saw the beautiful, squishy hanks I had to order some! I have a new found love and appreciation for all things Alpaca. When it arrived and I felt how soft they were I knew exactly what I was going to do with them.

What I love about this pattern: It's easy, it's quick, it's adjustable, and it's so warm and stretchy. Though not a groundbreaking, exciting design, I think this would make a nice fair/booth item. One works up in about an hour, and looks great on. If you'd like a PDF of the pattern that fits on 2 easy to print sheets you can snag it on Ravelry for $1. Purchasing the PDF is a great way to support the blog :)

Materials:

  • Yarn: Bulky (5) 50 - 60 yards
  • Hook: 6mm
  • Yarn Needle
  • Button(s)

 Stitches & Abbreviations:

Gauge: 10 Fsc = 4”

 Sizes18”(20”) Measured from button to buttonhole. To adjust the pattern for a larger size add in multiples of 2 to the beginning chain, then add 1 Sc on each side of the cabling pattern for every 2 Fsc added for all rows.

 Notes:

  • You are working around the Fsc chain for the whole headwrap.
  • Chains at the beginning of each row is not counted as a stitch.
  • You may add 2 buttons instead of one to make your headwrap adjustable.

Let's Begin!

1)    Fsc 47(53), Ch 1, working on the bottom of your Fsc chain Sc 5(8), Hdc, *Fpdc, Hdc* repeat from * to * 17 more times, Sc 4(7), 2 Sc in next St, continuing around the top of your Fsc chain, 2 Sc in next St, Sc 4(7), Hdc, *Fpdc around the Fpdc on other side of Fsc chain, Hdc* repeat from * to * 17 more times, Sc 4(7), 2 Sc in next St, Sc in same St as the 1st Sc in round, join.

Working Fpdc can be tricky if you aren't familiar with them. Here's a handy picture guide.

2)    Ch1, Sc 5(8), Hdc, *Fpdc, Hdc* repeat from * to * 17 more times, Sc 5(8), 2 Sc in next St, Sc, 2 Sc in next St, Sc 4(7), Hdc, Fpdc, Hdc* repeat from * to * 17 more times, Sc 5(8), 2 Sc in next St, Sc, Sc in same St as the 1st Sc in round, join.

3)    Ch1, Sc 5(8), Hdc, *Fpdc, Hdc* repeat from * to * 17 more times, Sc 6(9), Ch 3, Sk 2, Sc 6(9), Hdc, *Fpdc, Hdc* repeat from * to * 17 more times, Sc 9(12), join.

Finishing Off:  Slst around the headwrap to Ch 3, Sc 3 on chain, Slst around the other side of the headwrap, Join to 1st Slst with a Slst.  Tie off, weave in ends, sew on button(s).

This pattern is copyrighted by Ross Roost. You may not copy, alter, share, or sell the pattern or it’s photos in part or whole. You may sell or enjoy any of the items you make from this pattern. If you sell online, please give pattern credit to Ross Roost and link to www.ross-roost.com.

 I hope you enjoy making these as much as I do! Please share your finished headwraps with me via Facebook. I would really love to see them!

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