Royal Baby's Crochet Crown

Royal Babys Crochet Crown
Royal Babys Crochet Crown

We all know our little ones are special enough to be considered royalty, and now there is a crown to prove it. Royal Baby's Crochet Crown has a delicately gorgeous design that will be light on your little one's head, and the crochet thread gives it that look of gold detail. The wonderful thing about this pattern is that it is gender neutral and would work so well for any baby in your life. This versatility also carries over to its function because you could work this up as a crochet baby headband pattern to hold back those prince or princess curls.


Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Materials List

  • Crochet thread
  • 3.25 mm hook

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This is so cute. This Royal Baby's Crochet Crown reminds me of those cute headbands that mommies let their babies wear to show that hey, I have a baby girl here. The headbands usually have ribbons and flowers in different colors. This crochet crown really surprised me because it is unique and it is something different. You can make this accessory in different colors so baby will enjoy wearing it in different occasions and mommy will be proud. Cheers!

I love this Royal Baby's Crochet Crown! I made one for my granddaughter and now I'll be making one for my great granddaughter. This pattern is well done and my grand son who is 11, wants one for his hat collection. LOL Now I can make one for him. So cute and easy to do. They come out quickly and no need to starch this one . Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

I wanted a crown for my child for a royal theme Camp Day and went to ALL Free Crochet. Since I was in a hurry I needed something to crochet quickly AND something that was easy since I am not the best! I found this pattern went to "Click Here for Pattern". Got the Pattern, picked 2 colors and was on my way. My child was happy! At the end of the day the instructor asked if I could make her one. My child said it was ok for her to keep and now I need to make another. I am going to make at least # more for children in my life. Thank You! to the person who made this pattern & to All Free Crochet for having this pattern. I am very happy!

@nannab - The link above does direct you to, which is where this particular crochet pattern can be found. Everything seems to be working correctly. Thank you, The Editors of AllFreeCrochet

Link works.

Has anyone tried to get the pattern for this item? Click on the link above and it takes you to Not very user friendly.


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