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Learn to Crochet a Headband or Choker

Use this easy free crochet pattern to help you make your first crochet project. You can use it as a choker necklace or a pretty headband. It makes a great accessory for any outfit. Whether you want extra embellishment for a night out or just a fun addition to a day of running errands, you can make your own headband or choker. Don't be afraid to try this, even if you're a beginner, because we know you'll catch on quickly!



  • Knitting worsted yarn,
  • Crochet hook, size 5 mm (US H8)
  • Darning needle
  • Button


Make the band:

  1. Chain 6, double crochet in the 3rd stitch from the hook, and in each stitch of the chain.
  2. Chain 3 and turn, double crochet in each stitch across the row.
  3. Repeat row 2, until the rectangle measures approximately 14 inches. Fasten off.
  4. On each end of the rectangle, attach yarn, and chain a cord approximately 30 stitches long. (These cords will be used to tie the band around the neck as a choker, or at the back of the head as a headband, or around a pony tail in the hair.)
  5. Make the Flower:
  6. Chain 4, slip stitch to form a ring. Chain 3, make 13 double crochet in the ring. Slip stitch to join.
  7. *Chain 5, skip the next stitch, single crochet in the next stitch. Repeat from * to form a total of 7 loops across the round. Slip stitch to join and fasten off.
  8. Place the flower on the band, wherever you would like it to be positioned. Sew a button in the center of the flower.

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