Crochet Headband Pattern Free!
The winter is almost here and I’m sure you will agree with me that it’s now the time to create a cute crochet headband ear warmer!
I don’t need to tell you that when you wear a crochet headband, your ears will remain warm, and you’ll be able to do carry out your activities throughout the day without feeling as you were an “esquimau” (excuse my french)!
This crochet headband is super easy to make, even a beginner can make it. I’ll also tell you how you can make it in any size (baby, toddler, child, adult). You’ll also learn how to make a big bow!
Plus it’s cute with the bow, and discret as well, so without further ado, let’s crochet it…
Ah, and please, please, please, when you completed this project, tag me on Instagram #soukainacollections and pin it if you can, I’d really like to see your finished headband.
Skill level: Easy – Beginner
Can I make it in any size?
Yes, you can make or customize it for any size. You should have a tape measurement, and measure your head circumference. You can make chains (multiple of 2) and measure your head circumference with chains. For example I made 90 chains for head circumference = 55cm / 21.7 inches (adults), but when you measure it with a tape measure without a stretch the result is 53 cm / 20 inches.
Headband sizing measurements:
Materials / Supplies:
You will need :
- crochet hook size: 4.00 mm Click Here!
- yarn: wool or cotton in any color (50g). (I used wool yarn (light 3), 3.5 oz, 100 g, 230 mt, 252 yards)..
- stitch markers. Click Here!
- Scissors. Click Here!
- Yarn Needle. Click Here!
- Tape measure. Click Here!
- ch– chain
- sl st-slip stitch (Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over and pull through both the stitch and loop on the hook).
- sc=single crochet (Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over pull through two loops).
- hdc-half double crochet
- dc-double crochet (Yarn over. Insert hook into stitch. Yarn over pull through stitch. Yarn over pull through two loops. Yarn over pull through two loops).
- fpdc– front post double crochet
- bpdc– back post double crochet
- rep– repeat
-At the end of each round/row please count how many sts do you have at the end of that round/row.
-In each round make slip stitch in the 3rd chain.
-Ch 3 count as a stitch.
My Best Crochet Pattern:
- Get the ad-free, large print, printable PDF pattern from Etsy HERE.
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- Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue HERE.
The gauge : 15 sts x 20 rows 10 x 10 cm (4″ x 4″).
Finished size: adults (L).
Crochet Headband Pattern Free:
Start with chains (multiple of 2) = head circumference, I made 90 chains. Sl st in the last stitch from the hook.
Round 1: ch 3, dc in the same st, dc around, sl st in the first st to join. (90 sts).
Round 2: ch 3, fpdc in next, bpdc in next, now rep (fpdc in next, bpdc in next) around, sl st n the 3rd chain to join. (90 sts).
Rounds 3-7: ch 3, fpdc in next, bpdc in next, now rep (fpdc in next, bpdc in next) around, sl st n the 3rd chain to join. (90 sts). Fasten off.
Then take a length of yarn and wrap 2 time in the middle of the headband, then tie a small knot in the back of the bow and cut the ends.
Chains will be the width of the headband/bow. And rows will be the length of the bow.
Row 1: ch 15, hdc in the 2nd ch, hdc in next each st. (14 sts).
Row 2-15: turn your work and ch 2, hdc in next 14 sts. (14 sts).
Sc around the perimeter of the rectangle and fasten off, weave ends.
Take a length of yarn and wrap it around the middle of the crochet bow, starting in the middle of the yarn. After wrapping 10 – 15 times, take the headband and put the bow on it, then wrap around the crochet bow and the headband, then tie a small knot in the back of the bow and cut the ends.
As you can see, I made this crochet headband in brown and in adult size, but feel free to do it in any of your prefered color. You can make the bow in a different color if you wish.
I enjoyed crocheting this crochet bow headband. You can do several of these in an afternoon. Why not? Distribute them to your friends and family member and see the love you’ll get in return. It’s an excellent idea for a quick gift. Just spread the love.
And if you have any idea or suggestions for a headband (or any other crochet pattern) you’d like to see on the blog, just let me know, and I will be more than happy to create a new pattern.
Thank you so much, I really hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and more crochet headband patterns are on the way, so stay tuned.