Short hair or long will look great in this extra-wide, lacy, crocheted headband. Fastens with a button in the back. Pretty any time of year, but sure to keep you warm when the weather is cold.
This pattern comes in sizes for children and adults - with instructions to crochet this retro 80's style headband.
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Back To School Hair Scrunchie
This crochet pattern will help you create a back to school hair scrunchie. To complete the project you will need DK yarn, a 4mm crochet hook and a hair elastic. The back to school hair scrunchie pattern is easy difficulty level with no sewing required. The pattern is written in USA terminology. You will need to know stitches including sc, dc. You'll also need to know how to work into a magic ring and how to increase.
Stillwater Shell Stitch Crochet Headband
"The Stillwater Shell Stitch Crochet Headband is a gorgeous and feminine ear warmer that's great for your own wardrobe and for giving as a gift. This easy shell stich headband is made by just working a long rectangle then sewing it together. You'll be working in rows across the width of the headband which allows you to easily adjust the length and it keeps it nice and stretchy! The headband is wide like an ear warmer which works great for children all the way to adults."
Lacy Crochet Headband Pattern
This Crochet Headband has a lacy, sophisticated stitch pattern. Whether you're going out for a night on the town, hanging out watching a movie or sailing with some friends, these Lacy Crochet Headbands will provide style for any occasion!
Poppy Flower Crochet Headband Pattern
This basket-full of poppies is a late-summer statement headband, that is sure to make you stand out in a crowd! This headband uses a modified basket stitch, which will be easy to master for crochet lovers of all skill levels.
The flowers are a little more complex, but after making the first one, the second should go fairly easily. Because this headband is worked from one end to the other, it is easy to customize for children as well as adults.
Knot Me Up Headband
Who wouldn't like a Retro style headband? It would look adorable with a dress. Make this adorable headband with your scrap DK weight yarn. It would hardly take you 15 to 20 minutes to whip up this cute project. The knot is made using a separate piece and you can never go wrong with this one. The pattern comes in all sizes and is a delight to make. How about making a mommy and me pair?