Making Stuff: Crocheted Toddler Turban

by This is Carrie on February 8, 2012

When a friend showed me this gorgeous, knitted, baby turban, I wanted to make it right away. But, when it comes to knitting, simple scarves are about all I can handle.  So I took on the challenge to recreate a turban in crochet.

While I like the knitted version better, I still think it turned out pretty cute.

Yarn:Martha Stewart Crafts Extra Soft Wool in Gerbera Daisy (by Lion Brand Yarn)

Hook: US H /5.00mm

Pattern: I started the hat using these instructions for a basic beanie. Once I got the circumference I wanted, I used the stitch I learned while making this Boys Crocheted Vest (from the book Little Crochet) to create a rib look for the rest of the hat. To finish, using the photos from the knitted baby turban tutorial as a guide, I made the “turban knot” by looping yarn over the last few rows with a yarn needle.

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Jill February 9, 2012 at 11:03 am

That may be the cutest little girl ever (wink*). Thank you again! We love the turban! I might have to commision another one for Little Sister when she gets here.

Liz February 11, 2012 at 7:35 am

Very cute.

Reminds me of my grandmother – she always wore a hat like that when she wasn’t wearing her wig.

Cindy B December 9, 2012 at 3:55 pm

Thanks for the pattern love it. Making for a friend’s granddaughter. :)

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