When the winter rolls around, it’s important to keep warm. But there’s nothing wrong with wanting to stay stylish, as well! Crocheted headbands are a great way to keep your head warm when the wind is chilly. And there are plenty of stylish and free patterns you can use to make your own! Here are six great patterns for crocheted headbands.
This thick, cozy earwarmer has an extra flair in the form of its braided style. The braiding can be kind of difficult to get right, but the effect is stunning. Plus, the creator of this headband has included a video tutorial on her site to get you started. For more information, visit Chaleur Life.
To add a stylish accent to your winter wardrobe, try this headband that criss-crosses at the front. This pattern calls for a super bulky yarn, so your finished product will keep you extra warm this winter. If you have some thick yarn laying around, give this pattern a try! For more information, visit Hopeful Honey.
Headband with Button
This crochet headband has a special feature included - a button accent! The button takes this headband from basic to beautiful. Not only does this headband have a stylish look to it, it’s also an “easy” pattern great for those just beginning to crochet. For more information, visit All Free Crochet.
Crochet Flower Headband
Here’s another stylishly-accented headband but with a flower this time. This might be just the thing to wear in the winter, when you’re dreaming of spring blooms. This headband is also very wide, so it’s sure to keep you warm and snug. For more information, visit Red Heart.
Decorative Chunky Headband
This crochet headband includes a crocheted flower, buttons, and some ribbon that all combine to create a really cute accent. This headband is also nice and chunky, so your ears won’t get cold no matter how blustery it is outside. For more information, visit Twin Dragonfly Designs.
The Big Knot Headband
The accent on this headband may be a big knot, but it’s also subtle and stylish. It’s a very simple pattern to work with and would be great if you’re a beginner. If this is your first crocheted headband, why not try this lovely and stylish pattern? For more information, visit She’s Got the Notion.