The Terressa Turban crochet pattern is for you if you enjoy being stylish, or want to hide the fact that your hair has a mind of it’s own this day.
For this particular design, it was inspired by my “Work Mom,” who was experiencing hair loss as her health declined. She was never the fancy type to care a whole lot about her hair, but she didn’t care to walk around with balding spots. As a joke in the office, we referred to her as Queen Terresa, so I made her this turban and found the perfect brooch to add to the center knot. Sadly, Terresa passed March 2018.
So whether your hair is not cooperating, you want to hide thinning hair, or just be cute, the Terresa Turban crochet pattern is made for you, a friend, the neighbor, and all of the kids.
EXPERIENCE LEVEL: Intermediate
- Yarn Bee Soft & Sleek (100% Low Pill Acrylic, 258 yards / 236 meters, 5 ounces / 142 grams): any color, 1 skein
- Hook US J10 / 6.00 mm
- Stitch markers or straight pins
- Bent yarn needle
- Mannequin head or similar sized bowl, optional
- 16 stitches = 4”, 13 rows = 4”
- 0-3 months
- 3-6 months
- 6-12 months
- 1-2 years
- 3-4 years
- 4-8 years
- 8+ years
- Adult Small/Medium
- Adult Large
- Ch(s): chain(s)
- Hdc: half double crochet
- St(s): stitch(es)
- WS: wrong side
- RS: right side
SPECIAL STITCHES & TECHNIQUES
- Hdc in 3rd loop wrong side: yarn over, insert hook in 3rd loop of next stitch (under the top two loops) from bottom to top on right side, yarn over, pull up loop, yarn over and pull through all three loops.
- Hdc in 3rd loop right side: yarn over, insert hook in next stitch from bottom to top around the 3rd loop on the RS of st, yarn over, pull up loop, yarn over and pull through all three loops.
- Pattern written in US terms
- Follow this tutorial on how to make the HDC in 3rd loop in both directions. All stitches will be completed this way, except for the first and last stitch.
- It helps to hold the piece vertically when working hdc in 3rd loop WS, and the piece is held horizontally when working hdc in 3rd loop RS
- Refer to the Table 1 at the bottom of the pattern to determine the best size to make based upon your own or the receiving person’s head measurement.
- Ch 2 does not count as a stitch, unless otherwise noted.
- Count while creating each stitch, or at the end of the row to make sure the stitch count is consistent for each row.
- If you want the hat to come lower on your ears, add two more rows. Yarn totals do not include any additional rows
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