Crochet Headbands For Baby Pattern

These crochet headbands are super quick to make and only require one skein of yarn. You can make this in any color combination, so it’s a great project for using up scraps or making something special for yourself or a friend. I used a simple double crochet stitch, but you could also do single or treble stitches instead!

Materials:

Materials:

  • Size H crochet hook (or size needed to obtain gauge)
  • Yarn (I used Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton): 2 skeins in off white and 1 skein in blue grey (you will use less than one skein of each color but you will need to buy 3)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

Instructions: Use the size H crochet hook and yarn colors listed above. If you want to make these with a different yarn weight or a different brand, it should be okay but check your gauge first!

Size H crochet hook

You will need a size H crochet hook.

  • What is a size H crochet hook?

I’m glad you asked! A size H crochet hook is the same as 5.5mm, or the size of the smallest hook used to make baby hats. This particular type of hook is also called either a 4 or 5 mm hook in international sizes, but we’ll stick with “H” in America because it’s simpler and easier to remember.

Worsted weight yarn (I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice. You will only need a small amount of each.)

Worsted weight yarn (I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice. You will only need a small amount of each.)

  • Color A: I used Blue Mist Heather and Seaside Stripes. You will use about 40 yards of the blue, and less than 25 yards of the stripes in color A.
  • Color B: I used Pale Plum Heather and Vanilla Sky Heather. You will use about 40 yards of both colors B together, but you don’t have to use these exact colors!
  • Color C: I used Lemonade Heather and Rosewater Heather. You will use about 40 yards of both colors C together, but again these aren’t your only options! The important thing here is that you should be able to get 3 colors from different skeins at one time using this pattern (or even 2 if you want).

Scissors

Scissors are a tool used to cut materials. They come in many shapes and sizes, so make sure you have the right size for the job. You’ll want your scissors to be sharp enough to cut through your chosen material but not so sharp that they might cause injury when handling them. Scissors with safety tips help prevent accidental cuts from occurring while cutting materials such as felt, fabric or yarn.

Scissors come in handy when crocheting baby headbands because they can be used as a quick solution for trimming loose threads on your finished products!

Yarn Needle

You will need a yarn needle, which is a small needle with a large eye. It can be used to weave in ends, sew pieces together, and sew on beads and buttons.

Step 1

  • Familiarize yourself with the materials

If you’ve never made a headband before, take some time to familiarize yourself with these materials and tools. Make sure you have the right size crochet hook (I’m using a 3 mm hook). Make sure you have the right weight yarn. I chose Bernat Softee Baby Yarn in White for this project because it’s soft and has great stitch definition, but there are lots of options out there! You’ll also need scissors (it’s helpful if they’re specifically designed for yarn work) and a yarn needle, which looks like this:

Now that we’ve got our tools together, let’s talk about what makes crochet amazing: It’s customizable! Here are some tips on how to customize your own headbands based on your preferences:

Row 1 Chain 60, or until your chain measure 10 inches then slip stitch to the first chain to form a circle. Make sure not to twist it.

Chain 60, or until your chain measure 10 inches then slip stitch to the first chain to form a circle. Make sure not to twist it.

Step 2

Now that you’ve finished crocheting the first circle, it’s time to start the second one. Place your hook into the next stitch from where you started and make a slip stitch. You don’t have to worry about making any chains this time since we’re going around in circles. Just make sure not to twist it! Repeat from (*) around until you have made as many rows as needed for your headband length and fasten off with an invisible join (see last step). Weave in all ends with yarn needle using a small straight stitch or mattress stitch for best results.

Row 2 Chain 2, *double crochet in the third chain from your hook and in each chain across, slip stitch to the top of the beginning chain two.* Repeat from * to * around. Fasten off and weave in ends with yarn needle. 8 rows = 4 inches.

  • Chain 2,
  • double crochet in the third chain from your hook and in each chain across, slip stitch to the top of the beginning chain two. Repeat from * to * around. Fasten off and weave in ends with yarn needle. 8 rows = 4 inches

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Have fun making these! Please let me know if you have any questions!

Now, go on and have fun making these. If you have any questions, please let me know!

Conclusion

If you are looking for the perfect headband for your little one, these are the perfect pattern! They are super easy to make and will keep your baby’s ears warm in any weather.

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