Alpine Ridge Headband + Hat

Alpine Ridge Headband and Hat Crochet Pattern

This is my go-to chunky headband pattern. It’s quick and simple and I can get one made in about 20 minutes. I’ve finally decided to share it with the world and publish it! This is such a simple design so I also included directions for continuing and making a hat.

Use this versatile pattern to make a thin or thick headband for any age, or create a super soft and squishy hat with all the ridges.

 
 
Alpine Ridge Headband and Hat Crochet Pattern
Alpine Ridge Headband and Hat Crochet Pattern

SUPPLIES

  • 9mm Crochet Hook

  • Woolease Thick and Thin - 1 skein for headband 2 for hat

  • Colors Shown: Coney Island, Bedrock & Licorice

ABBREVIATIONS

ch - chain

sl st - slip stitch

beg - beginning

dc - double crochet

FPdc - front post double crochet

BPdc - back post double crochet

rep - repeat

rd - round

Alpine Ridge Headband and Hat Crochet Pattern

NOTES

  • This pattern is worked from the bottom up

  • Adjust sizing of pattern by increasing or decreasing in quantities of 2

FINISHED SIZE

Headband: 9" wide x 4" height

Hat: 9" wide x 8.5" height

Alpine Ridge Headband and Hat Crochet Pattern
Alpine Ridge Headband and Hat Crochet Pattern

Ch35 loosely, sl st into back ridge of beg ch

Rd 1: ch3, dc35, sl st in 1st dc to join -Fig. A (46 dc)

Figure A

Figure A


Rd 2-5:
ch3, FPdc1, *BPdc1, FPdc1* rep 17x, sl st in 1st st to join - Fig. B + C

Figure B

Figure B

Figure C

Figure C

For headband, fasten off, weave in ends

For hat continue to rd 6

Rd 6-10: rep rd 2 -Fig. D

Figure D

Figure D

Rd 11: ch3, FPdc2tog, *BPdc1, FPdc2tog* rep 8x, sl st to join

Rd 12: ch3, *FPdc2tog, BPdc1* rep 4x, FPdc1 over next FPdc and beg ch, sl st to join -Fig. E

Figure E

Figure E

Fasten off leaving a long tail

Sew top closed as shown in Fig. F

Weave in ends

Figure F

Figure F


 
 

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