On the 6th of November you will be able to get the free pattern for my Crochet Headband, the Royal Cornelia Headband soon as a part of Fosbas Design 12 days of Christmas bloghop.
For 12 days, you will be able to find the best Christmas crochet patterns im various categories, often more than one per day. This event is for just 12 days, so be the first to be notified each day, so as not to miss out, subscribe to my newsletter here, to get reminders straight into your email.
To find out how to receive them, go to Fosbas Designs 12 days of Christmas Patterns between 27 October and 7 November 2021.
The Royal Cornelia Headband
This headband carries my official first name, Cornelia. I have been named after my grandfather Cornelis and this is a tribute to all grandparents in the world. It is also called Royal, because it feels luxurious but it is also a joke about my last name that translates to ‘ the King’.😉
This is a fun and quick pattern to make, for confident beginners and also nice for more experienced crocheters. It will make a nice gift for the Holidays for women and girls of all ages, or you might want to make it for your selve.
The Royal Cornelia Headband Pattern is a CROCHET PATTERN in ENGLISH for a warm and soft ridged crochet headband or earwarmer.
This headband has a nice ridged texture on the outside, yet is smooth on the inside.
The special structures make it feel soft and secure on your head. It has some ‘grip’.
Stay warm outside during your winter walk, cheering at sports games, waiting for the train, etc.
There will also be a bundle of all 48 patterns so you will not have to go back every day and you get 2 free bonus patterns that are not available otherwise. You will find the link to the bundle here soon. The bundle will be available between 26th October and November 14th. (The bundles have a 7-day refund period.
Why do you want to make the Royal Cornelia Headband?
No worries about your hair with this headband: your bun or ponytail will be popping out of it easily.
And for the people like me, with a shorter hairdo it also works out great!
- This pattern has recently been UPDATED and the PATTERN in ENGLISH with updated Pictures is now available on Etsy and Ravelry
- During Fosbas 12 days of Christmas you will be able to get it 50% off on Ravelry and Etsy with coupon CORNELIA50
- only on 6th of November you can get if for free, with the code to be found on the roundup page.
- Or buy the bundle with 48 patterns, 2 bonus patterns from Fosbas and
- if you buy via the Buy Bundle link on my blog, you will also receive my favorite Amaris Headband pattern for free.
The pattern is written in US terms in English and in Dutch and I included step by step pictures.
It is made from weight #4 yarn and hook 5 mm and works up in about 1.5 hour- 2 hours
There is minimal sewing involved: you only need to weave in ends!
Since this ear warmer/ headband can be made with less than half a skein and just 90 minutes, it works up great as gift or for fairs.
Put on a nice movie, and go!
- I used between 30 and 40 grams of Julia yarn from Zeeman, 170m/100 gram
- Hook needed is 5 mm
- other materials needed are: scissors, darning needle for weaving in ends, optional stitchmarkers and tape measure to check gauge
Chain, reverse SC, DC.
You need to be able to crochet reverse single crochet and crochet in back loop only (blo) and front loop only)
Knowledge of these stitches and abbreviations is needed.
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I have other headbands patterns too, for example the Amaris Headband
You will receive the pattern for this Amaris Headband as an added BONUS when you buy the bundle for all 48 Christmas Crochet Patterns, as an added bonus on top of the 2 you get from Fosbas Design. But note, it will only be included when you buy the bundle here, by clicking on below picture which says ‘get the bundle here’.
The Amaris Headband was designed for my daughter and it has her middle name. I like to honour my family by using their names for my patterns. This is a narrower headband, more a headband than an earwarmer and it keeps her hair out of her face (makes me happy) and she likes the little stars in it.
This can be whipped up in a jiffy and it will make great stocking stuffer gifts for anyone. Use your scraps and off you go. The pattern explains how to adjust sizes for kids to adults, so you can even make matching sets for mommy and daughter.