So it’s cold here in Canada. I quite literally froze my face off this morning and I’m not 100% sure when my toes will regain circulation. This might sound like a big ‘ol whine fest but—at -31 with wind chill— I think I deserve a moment to digress.
My recent knitting obsession was followed by an even more recent love of crocheting. I find crocheting much quicker and polished. I can also achieve a project in as little as 30 mins, which is great when I don’t want to indulge in an evening of crochet (there’s something not so right about that statement, but we’ll overlook).
I find headbands to be one of my quickest and most rewarding projects. In no time at all, I can have a brand new headband to keep my ears warm in whatever yarn strikes my fancy. Next week, I’ll be crocheting a wholeheadband to deal with this insane weather (may or may not be joking).
In The Round
- Worsted weight wool or acrylic yarn
- Size 5.50MM crochet hook
- Tapestry Needle
Crochet Stitches Used:
- Half double crochet
Chain 65-80 stitches depending on desired circumference.
*Ch 1, half double crochet in every stitch until you reach the round—finish with a slipknot.
Repeat from * for 6 rounds or until you reach your desired width.
Weave pieces in using a tapestry needle.