Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Winterberry Headwrap.

I love this headwrap.  It works up in about 30 minutes (depending on how fast you crochet).  It is made with Homespun yarn, so it feels nice and warm.  For this pattern I dropped a couple hook sizes, from what I usually work with for this yarn, to give a bit of a warmer/tighter stitch.

Have you tried using Lion Brand Homespun?  Did you find that you didn't like working with it?  It is a very common complaint, not finding it easy to work with.  I, too, use to avoid homespun.  The secret for me was to work with a large hook.  I found that working with an N hook made it easier to get use to.  For me, I wasn't able to really see the top of my stitches and it would frustrate me.  Now, I find myself gravitating towards Homespun more than anything else, especially in the colder weather. 

I promise, it gets easier!  Give it another try!  My Cozy Cowl Pattern is a great easy pattern to give Homespun another go!  My Cozy Cowl Pattern calls for Homespun and an N hook.

Ok, now for the Winterberry Headwrap pattern.  :)  This headwrap is "one size fits most".  It fits both me and my 4 year old very comfortably!  When I finished the headwrap, I decided it needed something, so I made one of my 3 layer flowers to attach.
Swirls and Sprinkles: Crochet Winterberry Headwrap Pattern
Winterberry headwrap
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What you will need:
Lion Brand Homespun Yarn
I hook
Yarn needle

dc-double crochet
sl st-slip stitch

Ch 16
Row 1: 1 dc in 3rd ch from hook and each ch across.  Ch 2, turn.  (14dc)
Row 2-23: 1 dc in each st across. Ch 2, turn.  (14dc)
Do not fasten off.

To join, Ch 1, sl-st first and last row together.

Swirls and Sprinkles: Chunky crochet headwrap pattern.
Chunky Headwrap

For the flower I used my 3 Layer flower pattern with Homespun yarn and an I hook.  Flower pattern can be found HERE!


  1. Rookie here! I tried this more than once. No way the chain 16 will fit over anyone's head. What am I doing wrong?

  2. This looks like a hat. Is it a hat or a headband?