These little crochet headbands are so much fun to make! Even better, they are quick and easy! Single chain crochet all the way! I am addicted! Here’s the tutorial to make your own, in any size!
Crochet Headband with Wooden Button
Note: This pattern works in rounds. You will not be turning the headband over to work on wrong side. All stitches are worked on the right side.
Start by measuring the head circumference of the person to be wearing the headband. Leaving a 6″ tail, start a chain that is 0.5″ shorter than the head circumference.
Example: If the head circumference is 20″, then make a chain that is 19.5″ long.
Slip stitch to beginning of chain, then start to single chain in back loops only all around until the headband is approximately 2.5″ or 3″ tall, depending on your preference of how wide you want to wear it.
Here’s what the headband looks like halfway through.
Once you’ve reached your desired width, make sure your ending stitch is on the same side as your beginning stitch. Tie off the end and leave a 6″ ending tail. Scrunch the headband together and use the ends to wrap around and tie a knot. I used a clip to help me keep the headband scrunched while I tie.
Once you have your lovely knot tied, use your needle and thread to attach the button. You’re done!!! It didn’t take long at all, did it?! Don’t you just want to make a ton more?!!!
Have you tried this pattern? Let me know what you think!