This crochet knotted headband pattern is perfect for beginner crocheters. We will simply be crocheting a rectangle, knotting it, and sewing the ends together. This pattern is so quick and easy, that it makes a perfect last-minute holiday gift.
Below you will find the complete pattern and instructional photos for this crochet knotted headband pattern. You will also find all the materials, stitches, gauge, and sizing information.
The Beginner-Friendly Crochet Knotted Headband
While working on my “How to Crochet” series, I wanted to provide several beginner-friendly patterns to help new crocheters practice. Plus, I wanted to show beginners how many items they could make with just crocheted squares and rectangles.
This knotted headband is a perfect example of a pattern that looks harder than it is. Instead of working a complex pattern to create a cable or knot at the top of the headband, we will just work a long rectangle and then knot it and sew it into a headband. Easy peasy!
Make sure to check out the other beginner-friendly patterns including the ones listed below.
1. Simple Square Coasters
2. Quick and Easy Coffee Cozy
3. Farmhouse Style Pillow
4. Cozy Striped Cowl
5. Farmhouse Style Washcloth
6. Beginner Fingerless Mitts
7. Ombre Scarf
8. Simple Ear Warmer
9. Cozy Cocoon Cardigan
10. Snuggle Blanket
11. Minimalist Pot Holder
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Beginner Crochet Knotted Headband Pattern
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30-44 yards (0.56-0.83 oz) of Red Heart Super Saver (Size 4 Yarn)
Size H 5mm Crochet Hook
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Stitches and Abbreviations
CH – Chain
HDC – Half Double Crochet
ST(s) – Stitch(es)
Gauge and Size
Gauge: 6 HDC X 5 Rows = 2 inches
Baby: 15-inch circumference after knotted
Child: 19-inch circumference after knotted
Adult: 21-inch circumference after knotted
Crochet Knotted Headband Video Tutorial
Here is a video tutorial for 3 beginner-friendly patterns including this knotted headband.
Beginner Crochet Knotted Headband Pattern
-Written in US terms.
– I do not count my CH2, turning chain as a stitch.
CH 53 for Baby Size
CH 65 for Child Size
CH 71 for Adult Size
Row 1: HDC into the 3rd CH from hook, HDC into each of the remaining CHs. (Stitch count should be 2 less than your starting chain)
Row 2 – 6: CH2, turn, HDC in each ST across.
At the end of row 6 fasten off. Take your long rectangle and tie an overhand knot as the picture shows below. Pull the knot tight. Now place your two short ends together and use a whip stitch to sew them together.
Weave in you ends and your knotted headband is done.
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