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I’m back with a quick and easy, but still cute crochet project!

This free crochet pattern is for a headband or ear warmer. As winter gets closer, it gets colder and colder, and I don’t know about you, but I get my ears and nose really cold! I can’t do much with my nose, more than always having my hands rubbing it; but I found a cute way to keep my ears warm, so I created a pattern for this headband.

It makes a nice and thoughtful gift for those family members and friends that don’t crochet like us. I’m making one for my sister, to keep her warm when she goes to school. 😉

Crochet Headband With Rosette – Crochet Free Pattern

Headband With Rosette - Crochet Free Pattern


Crochet Headband With Rosette Free Crochet Pattern Specifics:

Level: Easy


Stitches Used and Their Abbreviation

Headband Pattern

ch 16; Sc in 2nd ch from hook; sc until the end.

1- skip first sc, *sc; dc in next st; Repeat from * until one before the last st; hdc in last st.

2- sc until last st.

3 to 14: repeat rows 1 and 2.

If you need a longer headband, just keep adding rows, until you reach the desired length.

Rose Pattern

crochet headband

ch 21; sc in 2nd ch from hook and until last ch stitch

ch 2; 3hdc in first sc; sl st in next; 4 hdc in on sc; *sl st, 4 hdc in same sc; repeat 4 times from *; **sl st, 4 trc in same sc; repeat 2 times from **

Fasten off, leave a long tail to from and sew rosette.

– You should end with 10 petals.

– To form the rosette: starting with the smaller petals, form a circle and wrap the remaining petals around, moving the petals in a spiral. Sew together.

Crochet Line Accent:

Simply make a long ch line to go according to how long you made your headband and hdc across. Then sew to the headband.


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**Check out these fingerless gloves I created to go with this: Fingerless gloves


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