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The Camden Headband


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A fun summer accessory that looks adorable and is quick and easy to make! The headband buttons in the back (it doesn't tie...I always get my hair mixed in with ties and that hurts!) and leaves room for 1-2 buttons resulting in size variations. This pattern is simple enough for even a beginner crocheter. I strongly encourage that you use yarn that is 100% cotton which allows for minimal stretching and is very durable. This makes a huge difference. With cotton yarn I have had no problems keeping the headband in place while wearing it. This headband was designed after The Camden Cuff crochet bracelet listed here: Fan of hand-dyed Indie designer yarn? Visit my shop Text and photos Copyright (c)2013 by Yarn Baby, aka My Yarn Baby, all rights reserved. Pattern is not to be reproduced or shared, in whole or in part, in any way without written permission. This pattern is for personal use only. Finished products may be sold. It is greatly appreciated if pattern credit is given to Yarn Baby at:---> Craftsy account: and/or Ravelry account: If you have any questions, please contact me at or at any of the above websites. CHEERS! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY ch - chain sc - single crochet SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS finished item is 21" in length SUGGESTED YARN 10 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN lily's sugar 'n cream

Supplies Needed

  • 4.25MM hook
  • 100% cotton yarn
  • 1-2 button(s) 3/4" in size

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DYE ALL THE COLORS! Working in the Fiber Arts was not a path I saw in my life, but I have always been into the arts. I taught music in public schools for 10 years prior to the evolution of Yarn Baby. When I became a mom, spending more time with my little people became a high priority and I went from teaching full-time to part-time to stop teaching all together. Then entered the YARN! My babies only liked blankies made of yarn, so I started calling them my little “Yarn Babies” -- thus the name of my shop. Now my boys are little fiber experts preferring blankets made with bamboo and/or silk so they “feel cold.” They know their fibers! :-) I started with crochet, then took a spinning class, started dyeing roving (for my own use) and then fell head over heels in love with dyeing yarn. So here I am…spinning, dyeing and selling yarn. RADICAL! Online yarn shop owner of only natural fiber yarns; cotton, wool, hand-dyed and handspun.