Monday, February 21, 2011

The Knotted Headband Tutorial

My husband came home one day
with a headband he had found in a parking lot (I know...sooo sanitary)
and said "I bet you could make one of these"

so I did...because I'm all for stealing awesome ideas.



Difficulty: Medium
Time: 30 minutes
Cost: Under $10
Fun-ness: Why would I do a boring project?

Materials:
Yarn (100% cotton for a crisp look, acrylic for a softer look)
Size H or J hook
Ribbon (approximately 1/2 inch wide)
Hot Glue Gun

Directions

Step 1: Creating the Chains
Crochet 2 separate chains of the same color. One should be approximately 160 chains long (the short one). The other should be approximately 300 chains long (the long one). Fold both chains into thirds, and then fold each chain in half (like a rainbow). Play with the ends until they are about even. 




Step 2: Tying your knot
This is a little hard to explain, so I've made picture directions...




Step 3: Prepping the strands:
Hot glue each of the individual strands to one another in a row. Once they are secure, chop off the uneven ends with scissors, leaving a nice straight end. Do this to the other side as well.



Step 4: Attaching your ribbons
Cut your ribbon into 4 pieces - two 4inch strands, two 15inch strands. Glue one of the 15 inch strands onto the end of your crocheted headband. Wrap the strand with one of the 4 inch pieces, hot gluing as you go; this will give it a finished look. Repeat on the other side. Once done, melt the ribbon ends with a stove burner (or lighter) to keep from fraying. 




And that's it! 

So wear your headband with pride! And when someone asks, tell them you are awesome, and made it yourself!

Love the headband, but don't want to make it yourself? Don't fret, because I'm selling them over at my Etsy Shop

154 comments:

MMB Creations said...

This is really cute. I will have to try it.

Rebecca @ My Girlish Whims said...

This is adorable!!! I love the story of your husband haha. How sweet :)

Jen said...

Super cute, and simple! I am following from Sumo's Sweet stuff. Hope you come by to visit.
Cheers!
Jen
www.cariboobutterfly.com

Ashley said...

I have to try this, so cute! Thanks for the tutorial! Stopped by from Sew Can Do party and am your newest follower:) Looking forward to more!

Jacob And Angie Ward said...

I love it! It is so cute! Now I'll have to get busy making some!

AmieAnn said...

I seriously just learned how to crochet! I am soooo going to try to make one of these.. Thanks for the tutorial and for sharing with the Pink hippo Party!

Liberty said...

SUPER cute!!

Jen said...

This is fabulous! If only I knew how to crochet!

Mr. and Mrs. Peterson said...

Thanks Cami!!! I'm so excited to make this headband!

Chrissie said...

I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS!!! I'm so glad I found your site. Thanks!

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Jenn said...

That only took you 30 minutes?! It would take me about 30 days! HA! Love it ... it's super cute! :)

Ali said...

I love this! I'm a beginner corcheter (sp?) and really really want to try this! I hope it works out!

Stopping by from adamstrinity.blogspot

Trisha @ The Sweet Survival said...

This is gorgeous! I love the color.

Maggie said...

love, love, LOVE this

Reba said...

I'm brand new to crocheting & these were sooooo easy to make!! You are awesome!!

Anonymous said...

this is seriously amazing!! I need to do this! I'd love for you to come link up to handmade tuesdays @ ladybug blessings if you have a chance :)

Kimberly from "bugaboo" said...

Holy cow, soooo cute!

April Showers said...

So cute!!! Too bad I can't crochet. Maybe you can make one for me? hehe ;)

I love the color too...

Kelsey said...

Oh my goodness, I just found your blog and I LOVE it! You have some of the cutest ideas i've ever seen.

Miranda said...

As I saw you crossing this way and that way, I initially thought, "What the?!" By the end of your tute (nice job, by the way), I got it. Can't wait to make one! Thanks for sharing this!
I'm following you now, too. Yay!

Miranda
www.justdrinkacoke.blogspot.com

Amy said...

Seriously this is so cute! I have tried to learn to chrochet for years all I can make is a chain. Perfect! I really adore these! Thanks.

Laurel {Make and Takes} said...

I am totally in love with this headband! Thanks for the great tutorial. I'd love for you to submit this to the M&T Spotlight at http://www.makeandtakes.com/spotlight

Little Birdie Secrets said...

LOVE it, you crafty genius! I'm so making one of these. :)

Catalina said...

You definitely have the talent! Don't think i would even have the patience to make this, much less the ability. Lovely.
I enjoyed visiting your blog and hope that you will visit mine as well =) :
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Christine said...

love the headband! Nice work!
Christine
greatoakcircle.com

Ann Marie | white house, black shutters said...

I absolutely love the headband and am featuring it on our blog's facebook page. Not only is the design beautiful, you picked the perfect color!

Thanks so much for sharing, I'm looking forward to making this. :)

The Force Family said...

I made one in a dark orchid for my daughter, AWESOME! Thanks for posting and sharing!

Shannon said...

most fabulous as always.

Marek's Musings said...

Hooray! Mine is finished! I only had one mishap with the hot glue gun :)

Elizabeth said...

Love this! I am just learning to crochet. I needed something to keep me busy at my son's occupational therapy appointments. I'm attempting a cowl at the moment...I'm featuring this next week for sure!

Katie @ EyeSpyDIY said...

That is so adorable! Thanks for sharing how you made it!

Also, I have a great Dove chocolate giveaway going on right now and would love if stopped by and entered: http://eyespydiy.blogspot.com/2011/02/dove-chocolate-discoveries-giveaway.html

~Katie @ Eye Spy DIY

Christine @ craftygeordi.blogspot.com said...

this is so adorable, good job on it. I hope that you will link this with my Show and Share linky party, going on all week. http://craftygeordi.blogspot.com/2011/02/show-and-share-sunday_20.html

Jill said...

So cute! And cute hair by the way :)

Stacie said...

LoVe this idea! So Cute! Perfect project to do with my daughter...and the girls at my church! Thanks for sharing!

BTW...I featured it here:

http://thecreativecrate.blogspot.com/2011/02/cute-crochet-headband.html

Thanks again! :)

saraiwithani said...

I am always looking for cute new things to do with crocheting and I LOVE this idea! Thank you so much for sharing!

{autie} said...

I want one! I love it! thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

That's so cute! I could totally make that...I think :)

Christina said...

OK so I seriously LOVE THIS! The knot is beautiful...thanks so much for that tutorial! I am seriously in love!

Thanks so much for linking up to "20 Below Thursday" :)

Kimbo West @ a girl and a glue gun said...

so..I'm going through someday's linky party..find this cute headband...click on it..and find myself here! love it. love you...been meaning to write you back an email about how we should be bff and sport finger mustaches together...but this dang thing called life keeps getting in my way! you're awesome. love you AND your crap!

CreativeMama said...

Cute and easy to make.

i think i made these type of knots when i was in NCC at school! but i can vaguely remember how to do them, thanks for brushing up my memories!

I am your newest follower! Would be glad if you could drop by at my blog - Adithis Amma Sews

Jennifer said...

Wow so cute and I have all the supplies. Thanks for a fantabulous tutorial.
Jennifer
http://www.alwaysinwonder.com

Oh and I am having a giveaway for an Eclectic Whatnot Camera Strap Cover if you're interested. Giveaway doesn't end till Saturday night.

Molly said...

Hmmm, anyone know how we could alter this for knitters? I think it's SO cute but I knit.

Summer said...

Thanks for linking up! I'll be featuring this on my blog on Saturday!

http://sumossweetstuff.blogspot.com

Sumo:)

Jami said...

Adorable!!!!

Elizabeth said...

Cami, you're amazing! Absolutely LOVE this!

Sarah Louise said...

Oh my gosh, I just love this! Thanks for posting the tutorial! I'm getting married in October over on Whidbey Island and this in a more delicate yarn would be perfect for the headpiece I'm looking for! Thank you again! I love finding new crochet blogs and yours is no exception! :)

love-sundae.blogspot.com

Emily said...

LOVE this! Thanks for sharing!!

Jenn said...

Ack! I just learned how to crochet. LAST NIGHT. This will be perfect practice. Thanks so much!

Just Jaime said...

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Shana Faesy said...

I love this! I do want to make one for me and a friend that loves headbands!

Shana
http://sfaesyartwork.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

thanks so much for coming and linking up to handmade tuesdays, I actually am featuring this as well :)

Lori said...

Great tutorial. Thanks for sharing it on Thrilling Thursday @ Paisley Passions. Hope you stop by again soon :)

andriani retno said...

SUPER CUTE :))
love it

Emily said...

Looks great, I've got tons of yarn scraps, I'll give it a shot. stop by sometime, domesticdeadline.blogspot.com

linnsw said...

This could not have come at a better time. I have been searching the web for a crochet headband pattern. No need to search any further. You did a great job with this one. Thanks for the tut as well. :)

Ashley W. said...

I made this my Friday Fun Feature for today! I also made my own version. Feel free to grab my featured button and check it out!

http://ashleyscrafts.blogspot.com/2011/02/friday-fun-feature-crochet-headband.html

Madeline said...

I just finished making mine! It turned out so cute!!
~Madeline
www.flameinthedarkness.com

Laree said...

Your headbands are a perfect present for my sister!

question though: could you add a approximate length too? Everything I crochet tends to be too small (I always have gauge issues!) and it would help to know how long the strands need to be.

I just started this one, and my long strand, when folded over into six is only about 8 inches long, which is too short to make it really work. (fortunately, this is so easy I can just whip out another one!)

The Richardsons said...

This is absolutely one of the cutest things on the planet! Would love to make it, but even just the word "crochet" terrifies me :) I may just order one!!

Paisley Walls said...

Love it! I have some yarn and going to try this out! Thank you for such a pretty and useful craft!

Christina said...

I featured this today because I LOVE it! Thanks so much for sharing...come get a "featured" button :)

Amber said...

soo cute!! I think I may have to try this after I finish all the scarves I have to make :)

Anonymous said...

i tried this and it was so easy and fun to make :)

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ruby murray said...

Thank you so much for posting this tutorial I've seen this knot everywhere and couldn't follow any other (written) how to's I'd found in books.

Crystal said...

I love this! Can't wait to make one! I'll be featuring this today!
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Lese said...

Made one last night, Took about 15 min from start to wearing it. My only change was I sewed the ends and ribbon on. Great Tutorial. Love my new headband. lesedo.blogspot.com

A. Simpson said...

Wow!I'm totally diggin my new headband. I'm sure I'll be making tons for friends b-days! Thanks for the tutorial!!!

Victoria Paige said...

Adorable!!!!!!!!! I ventured over from Sew Chatty. I am now following you and look forward to checking out all your creations.

Jami said...

Hey! I tagged you in my blog about me making this cutie... I changed it a bit but it's soo adorable!

http://jacksonshappenins.blogspot.com/2011/03/headband-1-knot.html

Jill said...

I like that! I have extra yarn hanging around--I'm going to have to try it. Thanks for the pictures of how to tie the knot. I'm sure that will make it really easy to do.
--Jill
jillmadeit.blogspot.com

Kelly said...

Just got my one from you that I ordered from your Etsy store! I love it!! Thank you so much.

Lauren @ YoungNester said...

Perfect tutorial! I can't wait to try and make one!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous! Thanks for linking to Fantabulous Friday!

Mrs Bishop said...

I made one of these and posted about it on my blog- thanks for sharing!
http://www.livinthedream07.blogspot.com

Sarah said...

Super awesome! I love that your husband is so thrifty. I have a special place in my heart for thrifty people! I'm linking to your tutorial and I can't wait to give it a shot soon. Thanks for sharing your secrets!!
-Sarah from Create Studio
www.createstudio.blogspot.com

♥McKenley♥ said...

Do you think I could show this on my blog and a lot of your other cute ideas?

Susy said...

I'm probably the only one who cannot see the images, nor understand the directions. I'm sad :(

Dave and Heidi Perez said...

Just made this! Thanks for the awesome tutorial! And tell your hubby thanks for picking up cute garbage ;). I can't wait to wear it!

catherine said...

Simply gorgeus!!!

HOMEmomMADE said...

saw your feature over at fabric bows and more. This is adorable. Maybe because orange is one of my fave colors. Or bc i've just fallen in love with crochet!

Feel free to stop by and link up to my Make & Share 1st edition Fridays if you like.

~ Christy

Stitchingupastorm said...

Great tutorial!
I featured the knotted headband on my blog here: http://stitchingupastormcrochet.blogspot.com/2011/04/crochet-knotted-headband.html

Thanks!
Stitchingupastorm

Isela said...

this is cute!! i want one!

BethanyAnn said...

Amazingly cute!!

Erica said...

I love this! I modified it a little bit to make bracelets for a handout. I referenced your tutorial. It is so well written and has great pictures. Check out my post here. Thanks for sharing such cute ideas.

Moe said...

I can't believe you made this!!!!!!! woooooooowww!!! great job :)

Kim said...

This is awesome!

Is there a way to make this without having to crochet? I can't! :(

Katherine Lynn said...

AH!! I bookmarked this page so I could come back to it, and now the images won't load for me! :( Is it an error on my end? I hope so.

Love the pattern though! Cna't wait to finish it! I will check back....

Debi M said...

I too wanted to make this, but cant load the pictures.

Fancy Gratitude said...

Ive bookmarked this as well and have created my chains but the pics wont load to let me finish. I LOVE this project and hope the pictures get fixed soon! :)

Robin Lin said...

Just made some of these tonight! I'm relatively new at crafting and just started blogging again. Made a link to your tutorial at my site. Thanks for sharing the awesomeness!
http://robinelin.blogspot.com/

Lucy said...

This is brilliant! I have a ball of crocheted chain that I made for another project ages ago and never used so this is perfect! Thank you for such a great tutorial! X

Pinkdilla said...

So cute! Shoutout from pinkdilla.com!

Cucu Fuentes said...

I always wanted to know hot to make sailor knots!
It looks beautiful! Thanks!!

Wicked Crafty said...

Found your tutorial via Craftzine & immediately made one. I love it. Thanks for making & sharing such a great tutorial. I added a link to your tutorial on Ravelry.com for my fellow crochet junkies. :-)

Stephanie said...

This is one of my favorite things I've made yet! And it took no time at all so I made 2 :D

C Rodriguez said...

this is really cute!

Melissa said...

So awesome! I have to steal it from you. Thank you. I've been struggling to learn crochet, and can't get past the chain stitch. Glad I came across this. I pinned it, too!

melody-mae said...

seriously so darn cute. I have to put this on my to make list!!!

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Nicole said...

I love this!!! Am totally going to try it!

Nicolemiko said...

I made one for my daughter. It turned out great. Thanks for the tutorial.
http://dreamalildream.com/creativehands/project-monday-knotted-headband-made/

Samantha said...

Super Cute! Love it!

Check out my fun craft blog!

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Faith said...

How long in inches are the two strands? I'm making a knitted version and want to know how long to shoot for.

Lee Ann @ http://cgli.us said...

Terrific headband! I love this :) :)

Lee Ann
Crochet...Gotta Love It!

Jen said...

I made this for my goddaughter and she LOVED IT! So cute and quick to make!

K.Schroeder said...

I just made a black and grey one! thanks for these instructions! it was so easy!

Michelle said...

This is sooo great!! Easy to understand the instructions and great pictures!! I made a couple for Christmas presents and they were so cute!! I think I will make one for myself now...

Tien's hands said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Tien's hands said...

Hi there
Thanks for the tutorial, I really like this headband and made me one. I blogged about it and included a link to your tutorial. Also, I pinned it on Pinterest :-)
Here is the link to my blog post:

Sara said...

Awesome! I love The Knotted Headband... Linking up tomorrow at Tangled Happy. Thanks so much for sharing this. A perfect project for beginner crocheters!

The house That Can said...

Wow, that is really cute! Love it. Thanks for sharing!

small town in the city said...

i totally have that turquoise flannel used as your background! i used it to back my niece's first little quilt she made. =) gonna try this headband, thanks!!

melissa brown said...

Made one this afternoon! So easy! I made it out of aqua cotton ease. I used brown grosgrain ribbon to hide in my brown hair and the texture to hold the knot. :) Thanks for the tut!

Lauren Trammell said...

Just made it! Thanks for the tutorial. This was my first crochet project ever and it was easy. I feel like I can now tackle more projects.

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much... just made one for my sister for her birthday. I used dark "jeanish" blue yarn to go with jeans.
Lydia B.

Anonymous said...

I just finished making this! It was super easy! I'm going to use these as a fundraiser for my sorority. Thank you so much for putting up the instructions!

Lindsey said...

I wonder if I can knit something like this, and if so, how could I do that?

Virginia Celoria said...

What a nifty no-sew tutorial! I included it in my roundup of fabulous and free headband tutorials and you can check it out here: http://darlingadventures.com/?p=470

Anonymous said...

I love your tutorials! This is the first one I've used and I have to say, the pictures with the arrows for each step are a LIFE SAVER! Thank you so much!
~Amanda

JohnnieMarie said...

LOVE this!

Johnnie Marie said...

Just finished one for my little girl! Now I want to make one for my self! I am tempted to go the the store & buy every color yarn I can find!!!

Anonymous said...

I just finished this headband and I LOVE it! I can't wait to wear it out.

Sequins and Glitter said...

This is so cute!
I just bought some ice-cream coloured yarn (minty green etc) so will have to try this with the new yarn!!

Fab blog too :)

http://sequins-and-glitter.blogspot.co.uk

Sequins and Glitter said...

I gave it a go last night!!
I didnt have a glue gun but it was so easy and looks sooo cute!!


http://sequins-and-glitter.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/my-kingdom-for-glue-gun.html

ServingGod4Ever said...

I don't know how to crochet the hard parts, but I understand the chain! That is absolutly adorable! I love it! Since I'm a beginner and all you have to do is make chains, I am so in for it! Thank's so much! :D

Anonymous said...

I love this, but when I made it, the hot glue made a HUGE mess! The headband has random dots of glue all over :( I love this so I think I am going to try to do it some way without the glue? Anyway, thanks for the tutorial!

Anonymous said...

Hey!!! Thanks sooo much for this amazing tutorial! I made mine red and then braided each side side tightly, so that the knot was more pronounced.So if anyone doesn't want to use glue, that looks good! Will be looking for further tutorials,
Brianna

Ana said...

Made this last night and it is SO cute!! Made it with white yarn, and with ribbon that is white with blue lettering saying "Eat, Drink & Be Married!"

Your tutorial is great!! Thanks for sharing, I know what I'll be making for Christmas presents this year!

Anonymous said...

I love this headband and am new to crochet but wanted to try it out. My chain seems to be much more loose than yours. Is there something I'm doing wrong? I bought the J hook, maybe I just need more practice? I am trying to pull it tight but it's still not looking like yours. Let me know if you have any suggestions to help me learn!! Thanks!

Lisa said...

I used this post for adding ribbon to a 5 strand t-shirt headband, but your knot looks really cool. I'll probably try it sometime. Thanks =)

Tanya said...

Super cute!!! I hope you visit my blog!

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Knits by Britt said...

I made this with blue and purple yarn. It is super cute, thank you for sharing. On another note, your blog inspired me to make my own blog - Knits by Britt. I would love for you to check it out at http://knitsbybritt.blogspot.com . I would also love to share a link to your blog on my page. Would that be ok with you? :)

Mileva Malik said...

we miss you!!! are you not posting any more???

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the easy-to-follow instructions! I just made one for my friend's birthday. She loves it!

mel said...

I can't crochet so i used thick industrual yarn an it works!

Anonymous said...

This is super cute, but when you finish the ribbon ends, do you tie them behind the head? or do you glue them to the other side and make a loop? Thanks a ton.

Nancy Bahena said...

It was so Easy and Cute! Thank you so much. Loved it!

J. King said...

Thanks so much! I just made one using elastic instead of ribbon and it's so cute!

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Very lovely project for someone with curly hair.

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i made one for my lil sis's b-day today (happy b-day AMYNJIMMY!!!!) and had a ton of time so...i made one for me! one is purple(her fave color) and mine is soft white! you are so cleaver!!!thanks Heidi

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