Saffron Cable Headband - Crochet Pattern + Giveaway

When I first started crocheting I would never have thought that it was possible to crochet beautiful cables! I thought that honour was reserved primarily for knitters, so when I one day stumbled upon a tutorial I was overjoyed at the prospect of being able to crochet some lovely cables! 

Over time, crocheting cables has become one of my favourite past times, which is exactly the reason why I designed this cosy headband you see above which I happen to have just added the pattern to in my Etsy and Craftsy Shops!
If you've never tried crocheting cables, it's surprisingly easy, especially if you're familiar with the basic crochet stitches! Why not give it a go this weekend?

If you'd like to try your hand at another cabled pattern, then why not give this cabled neck-wrap a whirl (which just so happens to be extra chunky)?

You can find the pattern HERE!

Child to Adult Sizes Available

5.00mm (H) Crochet Hook
160 - 180yds DK Yarn (8ply) - Drops Merino Extrafine
2 Wooden Buttons (0.8” x 0.8”)
Tapestry Needle

If you'd like the chance to win 1 of these 10 patterns, all you need to do is follow the prompts  in the Rafflecopter widget below and you'll be entered to win! 
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Good luck everyone, the giveaway closes Tuesday April 26th at 12:00am AEST.


  1. I have just discovered and love the crab stitch - what a neat way to finish an item.

  2. You are so creative! I too never thought that I could do cables in crocheting and for the life of me I cannot get the hang of knitting! Thanks for the opportunity...I have many of your patterns but would just love to get this headband to add to my collection!

  3. its the cross stitch, just learned it and love the way it looks

  4. The cable stitch is also one of my favorite stitches!

  5. I love the shell stitch & you can't beat the good old granny cluster. Greatb log Olivia x

  6. The puff stitch is one my my favorite

  7. I love the bobble stitch, I have never tried it before though.

  8. My favorite stitch is the Double Crochet shell stitch and the cable stitch. I have never tried the cable stitch before but I love the way it looks.

  9. My favorite stitches currently are the front and back post stitches. My favorite yarn is Caron Simply Soft because it is great for making preemie items, knit or crocheted.

  10. Wow!! I've made several of your patterns, pinned even more, but am amazed that I actually won something. Thank you so much!! I promise to post a picture when it's done. :)