Twilight Mermaid Crown

The wonderful folks over at Red Heart sent me some yarn in the mail to review!  As soon as it came to my door my head flooded with ideas!  My go to yarn is always their worsted weight brands, but this time I was determined to branch out and try new things! This gorgeous Red Heart Boutique Twilight in Jaded stuck out to me right away! 

 I loved it. It reminded me of Mermaids and the Sea Punk scene so I had to dabble with it!  I came up with this mermaid themed crown!               The yarn worked up great. Fast and easy since it is a bulky weight yarn.  I used the color Jaded. You can find it along with other varying colors of this yarn HERE.   It is very soft to the touch and I am living for the extra zazzy flecks of the sparkle strand in the yarn!  I can’t get over how soft this yarn is!  It didn’t fray either which surprised me since it seems to be in sort of a tube like shape. What a pleasant surprise.  Now you know I had to share how I made this cool colored crown, so I turned it into a free pattern below.   

10mm hook

Yarn-Red Heart Boutique Twilight


  Sc-single crochet

  Dc-double crochet

  Hdc-half double crochet

  Tc-triple crochet(y/o 2x)

  Qc-quadruple crochet(y/o 3x)
Twilight Mermaid Crown


join with slst to form ring. Careful not to twist chain. 

Row1.) slst in next 15sp, 

In same sp SC, hdc,dc,ch2 dc, hdc, SC. 

 Slst in next 3 sp, in same sp: sc, hdc, dc, tc qc  ch2 qc tc DC, hdc, sc, 

Slst in next 3 sp. in same sp sc , hdc, dc, ch2, dc, hdc, sc.  

Slst til end of row. 


Slst in next 15(same. Sp as row 1), slst. In each sp until you reach first ch2 sp in first point.  slst ch2 slst in ch2 sp, slst to next ch2 sp, slst ch2 slst in ch2 sp, slst until lastCh2 sp, slst ch2 slst in ch2 sp, slst until end. Join,fasten off and weave in ends.   

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