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Stunningly cute can be ridiculously simple! This easy crochet turban pattern proves it. If you can stitch a half double crochet and sew a simple running stitch seam, you can make this adorable turban hat for adults!
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J/10 6.0mm crochet hook; 1 skein Knitologie Bouncy Worsted 100% Merino wool yarn, 180 yds, 100g; Yarn Needle; Scissors; 2 stitch markers.
Ch- chain; Hdc – half double crochet; Lp- loop; St- stitch;
HDC through 3rd Lp: Insert your hook under the 3rd loop
Gauge / Finished Size
7 sts and 6 rows hdc through 3rd lp in 2”
Easy Ribbed Boho Crochet Turban Pattern
Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across. [120 hdc]
Row 2: Ch 1, turn, working through third loops, hdc in each st across. [120 hdc]
Rows 3-12: repeat row 2.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
How to assemble your crochet turban:
- Find midpoint of your rows and mark with a stitch marker or two.
- Bring sides forward and twist in front. Cross once then twist around.
- Line up the short edges to meet the center point in the back. Secure with stitch markers.
- Using a long piece of scrap yarn, seam the short ends to the center of the strip. The short ends will meet at the center stitches marked.
- Seam the pieces to each other where they join to form the body of the hat.
- If desired, add a broach or other embellishment in the center of the knot.
Here’s a graphic that shows how I assembled this turban. Video tutorial coming shortly!
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