Thank you for supporting this little site of mine! My seam in the back is not running straight up and down. Love your site and the patterns. I always get confused with the chains!
These six free crochet baby headband patterns for sizes up to 12 months, are the perfect base to get you started. Dress up the band with a cute flower, hearts or any appliqué! You can find several free flower patterns in the other section of my free pattern page! This post contains affiliate links. Directions are included for the following sizes: The next round is worked on the opposite side of the starting chain. Turn your work and pull your working loop out a bit so you can pass it across the back side of the band, insert your hook in the starting chain directly opposite of your join, hook the loop and pull it through; continue with the next round.
See Image A Round 2: You can adjust the size of this headband by increasing or decreasing multiples of 4. Turn your work and pull your working loop out a bit so you can pass it across the back side of the band, insert your hook in the starting chain directly opposite of your join, hook the loop and pull it through, ch 1 and continue with the next round.
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Seriously, this crochet headband aka ear warmer pattern is a quickie. When you do that, you should end up with a headband in the recommended headband size. Seeing your finished projects brings me so much joy! You may make items to sell with this pattern. In exchange, please link back to MakeAndDoCrew.
Thank you for supporting this little site of mine! Lion Brand Babysoft would work well. Lay your chain out flat, but not stretched to measure it. Once you start crocheting, the chain will tighten up a bit, resulting in a slightly smaller headband circumference.
Wrap both tails around the bunched headband area a few times and tie off in the back. Sew button on top of scrunched portion of headband. Board your private, Aspen-bound jet assured that your ears will be warm for the journey ahead. Thank you for linking up at my craft party! I pinned your entries! Hope you can make it again on Thursday at 7pm EST.! Hey I am very confused. Do you ever do video tutorials?
You can use my instructor referral link to take the class for 99 cents. I have a quick question on the back loop stitch for this pattern. When you get to the end of the row, do you chain a single stitch down the new row, then continue with the back loop or should I be doing rows of only back loop single crochet stitches?
For each row, you should join your last stitch of the row to the first stitch of that row with a sl st. So at the beginning of each row, you should be chaining 1.
Does that clear things up? Please let me know if not! Does that make sense? This is so cute. Hi I just wanted to let you know I saw this picture on fb and I thought t looked familiar. It looks like this site stole your photo.
Thank you so much, Kelly! This is the side of the internet that just bums me out. Thanks again for looking out for me! I used Caron soft medium weight yarn, and a G hook. I am total beginner, so may have done something wrong!? You could play around with using a slightly bigger hook because that might make it a bit stretchier. Daughter No 2 emailed me this headband, thinking it would be something really cute for a little girl.
I will be making a newborn and a mos size. These will be ready for the baby shower after Thanksgiving. I have plenty of stash yarn to choose from, too. Thanks for posting it with the cutie-pie modeling it! What wonderful news, Cindy! I personally loved receiving handmade gifts for my babies.
I bet your daughter will be so happy to get these after Thanksgiving. Enjoy that sweet little girl when she comes. You are so Welcome. My niece is expecting her first baby a girl in Dec for this year. So I will be using your pattern to make a Mother and Baby Girl matching headbands…Thanks again for the free pattern. Do you have any visual examples of how you join the first round and start the next?
I know, stupid question for all you experts! I think this tutorial might be helpful to you. Thank u so much for this headband instruction which I have been looking for. I always have to make my hats etc.
I understand that problem because my head is bigger than most! So happy you found the pattern useful. Thanks so much for letting me know. Booo for theft like this! Yes, thanks so much for letting me know though. For some reason, that pic in particular has been stolen so often! If you happen to see it on FB or Instagram, will you flag it as inappropriate so at least maybe they have to revise the ad? Had to frog it all twice and just wondering what I am doing wrong.
You join with a sl st into the first sc of round. I just updated the pattern to be clearer. Thanks for asking for clarification. I always get confused with the chains! I have been counting them as a stitch and slip stitching there, oops! Have made around 10 ear warmers so far, thank you so much for your pattern! I just went to visit my 9-month old granddaughter and had time on the train to make her a headband from your pattern. The headband turned out so cute! Thank you for sharing your pattern!
How resourceful of you, Kaye! And you arrived with a handmade gift! My question is when you blsc and you get to the end do you sl st into the back loops only or in both loops? My daughter really wants me to make this for her gymnastics teacher. I went through both loops to sl st because just going through one can make things get a little loosey goosey and stretch out. Hello, i would like to say i love this pattern. I used a j hook 6 mm. Strechy going out but the main row of chains is verry tight is that suupose to happen?
I read thru your comments didnt see any thing similiar. I will try to go up a size, as of the yarn i am sure its worsted weight i thru the label so i cant reference back. If you can respond soon. I would do what you said and try a larger hook. If you find that the overall headband it too loose for your head, just decrease your total number of chains at the beginning. I am having alot of trouble with my foundation chain for an adult size twisting on me. Yeah, chains can be a bit of a pain in the neck!
Make big crochet bow headbands or simple little girl's crochet headbands for your little one and see what all the fuss is about. These baby headband patterns are all easy and quick to make and are the best way to accessorize your little girl. of over 2, results for "crochet infant headband" Baby Girl Headbands Elastic Crochet Hair Bands Hair Accessories Pack of by Generic. $ $ 8 FREE Shipping on eligible orders. out of 5 stars Product Features Fit for infant, baby girls, toddler, and young children to wear. Six Styles of Baby Headbands! I love crocheting baby slippers and think that a match ing headband is the perfect way to complete a gift set. These six free crochet baby headband patterns for sizes up to 12 months, are the perfect base to get you started.