Misty mornings and nippy nights by Sally Strawberry

Misty mornings and nippy nights

May 2014
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
11 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
in double crochet
6.0 mm (J)
48 - 55 yards (44 - 50 m)
Two sizes- Child and teen/adult
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

This ear-warmer headband is perfect for those chilly spring mornings and nippy evenings, giving a little warmth when it is not quite cold enough for a hat but when you need a little something to stay snuggly. Crocheted in winkle picot stitch, using a combination of the chain stitch, double and half-treble crochet it is perfect for a beginner with a few stitches under their belt but would also be a quick project for a more advanced crocheter and would make a fantastic gift.

This pattern is for two sizes:
Child (teen/adult) to fit head 18-20.5(21-22.5)’’ / 46-52(53-57)cm and is 2.5(3)’’/ 6.3(7.6)cm wide.

This garment will require blocking to open up the stitch pattern.

50g/50m Libby Summers Chunky (this pattern uses Light Grey Marl)
6.00mm crochet hook, or hook required to achieve gauge
Button- approximately 3cm diameter for child size and 3.8cm/1’’ diameter for teen/adult size

14 rows of 11 double crochet stitches (UK terminology) = 4’’ square after blocking.

This pattern uses UK crochet terminology and comprises written instructions