How to Crochet a summer hair wrap

Free Pattern-Summer Hair Wrap

I don’t know about you, but some days I don’t feel like fixing my hair. I just want to pull it up and call it a day. And, it is even worse when the weather is warm. The humidity makes my natural waves look like a tangled mess. The Summer Headwrap the perfect accessory to add some style when you have no time or energy to deal with your hair. This head wrap can be made as wide or long as you’d like by just adjusting the starting chain or the number of rows. It is a very easy pattern that uses a simple single crochet mesh. And, although I used sport weight yarn, you can easily substitute this with whatever you have available.


Skill Level

 Easy

Finished Measurements

40 ½ × 3 1/2

Gauge

Unblocked : 1 inch= 2 ½  Ch 5, sc repeats

Blocked: 1 inch= 1 Ch 5, sc repeats

Materials

1 cake,Red Heart It’s A Wrap Rainbow in Couture

3.75 mm hook

Tapestry needle

 

Abbreviations

Ch=chain

SlSt= slip stitch

Sc=single crochet

 

Notes

 The hair wrap is worked flat. You can make the head wrap wider or thinner by adjusting the starting chain working multiple of 4, plus 5. You can also make it shorter or longer by working less or more rows. Blocking is important, to open up the mesh lace.

Instructions

 

Row 1: Ch 21. Sc in 9th ch from hook. *Ch 5, skip 3 ch. Sc in next ch. * Repeat from * to * across. Turn.

Row 2-8:* Ch 5, sc in ch-5 sp. * Repeat from * to * across.Turn.

Row 9- 71 :*Ch 6, sc in previous ch space. * Repeat from * to * across.  Turn.

Row. 72- 80:*ch 5, sc in ch-6 sp.* Repeat from * to * across. Fasten off.

Edging

Attach yarn on the corner of one of the long edges. Ch1,sc in ch space. *Ch 5, sc in next chain space. Repeat from * to the end of edge. Fasten off.

Now, attach yarn to the corner of other edge. Ch1, sc in ch space. Repeat  from * across. Fasten off.

Finishing

Weave in ends. Piece needs to be blocked in order to open up the mesh stitches. When blocking, be sure to stretch piece out somewhat. You can block using any method you prefer. I blocked this by pinning piece to blocking mat, spritzing with water and then letting it air dry.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “How to Crochet a summer hair wrap”

  1. Pingback: Summer Vibes Crochet Patterns | Fosbas Designs

  2. Hi,
    I can’t seem to get this downloaded on Ravelry – could I ask for a code if there is one please?

    Thanks so much,
    Dorothy

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