Learn how to crochet headbands with this fantastic variety of free headband patterns.
If you like this headband but want to make yours a bit wider, you can scroll down a bit to see a wider version.
If you like, you can accessorize using some or all of the other free patterns that coordinate with this one. Free crochet patterns are available for a pair of fingerless gloves, a matching scarf, and other simple crocheted accessories.
This headband is a wider version of the pattern linked above. If you want your headband to cover your ears, this one is the one to go with.
Because I have "big hair," I wear this headband under my hair but over my ears. There are other ways you could wear it that might look better on you, depending on your hairstyle.
This narrow headband is easy and beginner-friendly. It's also a super-fast project. I can't say with any certainty how long it would take you to crochet this design, but I only spent 20 minutes making each of my sample headbands.
This is a versatile design that works great for using up yarn scraps. It's worth making this pattern in several different colors, in a mix of neutrals and brights, ensuring that you'll always be able to quickly grab a hair accessory to coordinate with any outfit in your wardrobe. For myself, I crocheted one headband in lavender purple, (pictured,) plus an off-white one and a red one.
You can combine variegated yarn with the Tunisian knit stitch to create this simple but attractive headband. Of course, if you'd like a less colorful headband, feel free to use solid-colored yarns instead.
I think this headband looks nice worn over the hair, or under it, either way.
I've crocheted a couple of different project samples in different yarns.
- Click here to see larger photos of the headband pictured on this page. This headband is crocheted using an acrylic yarn made in Turkey.
- Click here to see photos of this headband crocheted using Red Heart Super Saver. Red Heart Super Saver is a medium-weight acrylic yarn that is made in the USA.
This headband is an intermediate-level crochet project that I found quite interesting to work on. To make this headband, you'll work a couple of color changes in every row using the tapestry crochet technique; additionally, you'll be working through the back loops of the stitches.
For a tapestry crochet project, this one's pretty quick. The pattern isn't complex, and since there isn't any shaping to worry about, you can finish it without investing all that much time.
This delicate, dainty headband features feminine flower motifs. The free crochet pattern is posted at the Garnstudio.com website.
This is a one-size-fits-most flower headband which is sized to fit children. The free pattern was designed by Cari Clement. You can grab it from the Caron yarns website.
This link takes you to a bunch of different free crochet headband patterns for kids, all of which are posted at the Coats and Clark website. You'll find headbands for kitty ears, a mouse, an angel and a devil.