Free Crochet Pattern: Crochet Headband Part 1

It is winter and it is cold! I don’t know about you, but my ears are always freezing in the winter. Since cold, windy, winter days are upon us, I wanted to share my crochet headband patterns with you. Today, I will be sharing the simplest pattern, the original headband.


This pattern is an easy pattern that is perfect for beginners and advanced crocheters alike! It works up quickly and the options for personalization are endless!

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  • The pattern is written in US terms
  • Ch – chain
  • Hdc – half-double crochet
  • Slst – slip stitch
  • Inc – increase
  • Dec – decrease



  1. Ch 62 or until chain is 1” smaller than head circumference. Join with slst.
  2. Ch 2, hdc in all stitches, join with slst.
  3. Ch 2, hdc until last 2 stitches, hdc2tog, join with slst.
  4. Ch 2, hdc all stitches, join with slst. Repeat for 7 rounds. Join with slst and fasten off. Weave in ends.

That’s it! Simply wear and enjoy cozy warm ears all winter long. I really need to make more of these because I never have anything to protect my ears from the cold and these are so easy to store. They would be perfect in the glove compartment of a car for those cold winter days.



I’d love to see your headbands if you crochet this pattern. Please tag me on Instagram or Twitter so I can see your lovely crochet!

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4 thoughts on “Free Crochet Pattern: Crochet Headband Part 1

    1. Thank you! Crochet is such a relaxing skill, I definitely recommend it 😉 These are a great beginner project!

  1. I just spent way too much time crocheting infinity scarves for some Christmas gifts. These would have been so much more fun and easier! I love the idea of having several and storing them in different places.

    1. I bet those were beautiful infinity scarves! It definitely is handy to have them in different places!

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