Knotted Crochet Headband Pattern


Knotted Crochet Headband Pattern

Knotted Crochet Headband Pattern
Knotted Crochet Headband Pattern

This Knotted Crochet Headband Pattern is the perfect DIY project for both beginning and advanced crocheters alike. If you want to know how to make a crochet headband, you'll have no trouble following the simple step-by-step instructions in this free pattern. Use a bulky yarn of blended fiber that is extremely soft and easy to work with. The knotted design sets this crochet headband apart from plain flat ones. You'll get two crochet headbands from every one skein of yarn, thus proving two headbands are better than one! These crochet headbands make inexpensive gifts for friends and family.

NotesGauge is very important for proper fit. Please follow gauge as close as you can.


Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeApproximately 4 stitches for every 2 inches of headband

Finished SizeChild size: 17 inches circumference and 3 inches width (stretches to 21 inches); Teen to Adult size: 20 inches circumference and 4 inches width (stretches to 24 inches)

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This looks like such an awesome headband pattern! I have so much yarn, I am just looking for anything that is easy to make to use up some of my stash. This would look great in so many colors! I am thinking this would be a great gift for any women in your life, which is great with the holidays coming up!

IT DOES NOT GET ANY EASIER THAN THIS. Your young daughter or granddaughter would most likely love to be able to make one of these for herself. It would be such an accomplishment for a newbie to crochet! I have always loved the look created with the half double crochets. Take care to check your gauge for proper fit!

Im earmarking this pattern for the granddaughters! Its such a simple patternjust rounds of Half Double crochet, and when you have the width that you want, its wrapped with the extra long tail to form the knot in the middle. Whats even nicer is you can wear the knot in front, on the side, or in back for completely different looks.

The link to get the crochet pattern took me to a website called Rescued Paw Designs. The featured pattern for the headband is shown on the page that opens on that site. It took quite a while for the pictures to load and I am not sure if that is because of my laptop or because of the many ads that are embedded in the site there. Be patient though because they do load.

Another great project that you can make up really quickly. These types of projects are excellent for gifts and craft tables. They also make nice stocking stuffers. You could use a contrast colour for the cinched section, or add bows, flowers, or other embellishments to hide it, This would help to personalize each headband if you wanted to.

This is such a cute headband. I noticed it said to check your gauge. Does anybody have a favorite way to check? These would look great with a crocheted or even a silk flower or ribbon bow. I cant wait to make a few for my daughters to wear to school.

I made this pattern using a J hook and Big Twist Chunky yarn in Chunky Clay. I was using the adult pattern, but with this yarn, my ear warmer came out the perfect child size (17 x 3"). It only took about 30 minutes and was an easy to follow pattern. It turned out really cute and I'm going to try again, using a bigger hook and a few more stitches to make an adult sized one, for a mommy and me set. This is a good beginner pattern and would look good embellished with a simple bow or flower added!


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