Crochet Bunny Ears Headband with Flowers

When your snuggle bunny needs a set of ears for her photos it is time to turn to your crochet hooks and whip up this Crochet Bunny Ears Headband with Flowers for a springtime flair. This free crochet pattern is quick and easy and great for beginners who have already learned the basics.

I designed this pattern to be beginner friendly using basic stitches and techniques. Every little girl or boy deserves to be able to have their own rabbit ears. I have also have a video tutorial in the works in case you need an extra visual aid.

 

For the Crochet Bunny ears Headband you will need to know how to chain, Single Crochet, work in the Back Loops only. The pattern also includes working into the side of a stitch but I have made that part optional.

Let me tell you getting photos of this headband on my little snuggle bunny was a challenge. She wanted to hop (or crawl) every where and would not hold still.

If you are a fan of video tutorials scroll to the bottom to the bottom to see the video tutorial for this pattern. 

For the yarn for this project, I just grabbed some Big Twist worsted weight yarn I had in my stash as well as some other size 4 yarn that I liked for the flowers. Any medium size or worsted weight yarn will work great for this project.

Don’t forget to check out all my Free Crochet Patterns as well as one fun Spring patterns shown below.

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Crochet Bunny Ears Headband Materials

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75 yards of Grey Worsted Weight Yarn

24 yards Pink Worsted Weight Yarn

6 yards Green Worsted Weight Yarn

6 Yards Yellow Worsted Weight Yarn

Size H 5mm Crochet Hook

Yarn Needle

Scissors

Hot Glue Gun (Optional)

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Stitches and Abbreviations

Ch – Chain

Sc – Single Crochet

Hdc – Half Double Crochet

Slst – Slip Stitch

St – Stitch

R – Row or Round

BLO – Back Loop Only

Gauge and Size

7 Sc = 2 inches

9 rows = 2 inches

Ears stand 6.5 inches tall.

Headband Circumference

Baby Size – 16 inches

Child Size – 18 inches

Young Adult Size – 20 inches

Adult Size – 22 inches

Crochet Bunny Ears Headband Video Tutorial

You can watch the Left Handed Video Tutorial on Youtube.

Crochet Bunny Ears Headband Pattern

Headband

Baby Size

With Grey

Ch 7

R1: Sc in the 2nd Ch from the hook, Sc in the next 5 Ch. (6)

R2-56: Ch1, turn, Sc in the BLO of each St across. (6)

Child Size – Work a total of 63 rows.

Young Adult – Work a total of 70 rows.

Adult Size – Work a total of 77 rows.

Fasten off and use your yarn end to sew the two ends of the headband together. Be careful not to twist the band.

Bunny Ears (Make 2)

With Grey

Ch3

R1: Sc in the 2nd Ch from the hook and in the next Ch. (2)

R2: Ch1, turn, Work 2 Sc in the first St, Sc in the next St.  (3)

R3: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 3 Sts. (3)

R4: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 2 Sts, Work 2 Sc in the last St. (4)

R5: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 4 Sts. (4)

R6: Ch1, turn, Work 2 Sc in the first St, Sc in the next 3 Sts. (5)

R7: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 5 Sts. (5)

R8: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 4 Sts, Work 2 Sc in the last St. (6)

R9: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 5 Sts, Work 2 Sc in the next St. (7)

R10: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 6 Sts, Work 2 Sc in the next St. (8)

R11-26: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 8 Sts. 

After Row 26 you can either Sc around the edge of the ear to create a finished look or leave it with a little more rugged edge. You can see the difference in the photo below.

Crochet bunny ears headband with flowers for a child in your life. This is the perfect accessory for easter and spring photos. This free crochet pattern will walk you through the steps to make this baby headband. #crochetheadband #eastercrochet #springcrochet

To work around the edge of the ear, Ch1 after row 26 and work a Sc into the side of each row of the ear. When you reach the top of the ear Sc into the opposite of the starting Ch and then Sc into the opposite of each row down the other side of the ear. Fasten off and weave in your ends.

Pink Inner Ear (Make 2)

With Pink

Ch3

R1: Sc in the 2nd Ch from the hook and in the next Ch. (2)

R2: Ch1, turn, Work 2 Sc in the first St, Sc in the next St.  (3)

R3: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 3 Sts. (3)

R4: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 2 Sts, Work 2 Sc in the last St. (4)

R5: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 4 Sts. (4)

R6: Ch1, turn, Work 2 Sc in the first St, Sc in the next 3 Sts. (5)

R7: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 5 Sts. (5)

R8: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 4 Sts, Work 2 Sc in the last St. (6)

R9-20: Ch1, turn, Sc in the next 6 Sts. (6)

Again working around the edge give the ear a cleaner look but is not necessary.

To work around the edge of the inner ear, Ch1 after row 26 and work a Sc into the side of each row of the ear. When you reach the top of the ear Sc into the opposite of the starting Ch and then Sc into the opposite of each row down the other side of the ear. Fasten off and weave in your ends.

Mini Roses (Make 3)

With Pink or Yellow

Ch 20

R1: Sc in the 2nd Ch from the hook, *Work 2 Hdc in the next Ch, Sc in the next Ch* Repeat from *to* a total of 9 times. Fasten off leaving a long tail to sew the rose together.

Roll row 1 up into a rose shape and either use your yarn tail and a needle to sew everything in place or carefully use some hot glue to secure the rose. (Be careful to not get hot glue on your fingers.)

Mini Leaves (Make 6)

Note: For the leaves we will work down one side of the chain, then flip the chain over and work down the other side. Feel free to watch the video tutorial for better understanding.

Ch5

R1: Sc in the 2nd Ch from the hook, Hdc in the next Ch, Sc in the next Ch, Slst to the last Ch. Turn the chain over so you can work down the other side. Slst into the next Ch, Sc into the next Ch, Hdc into the next Ch, Sc into the next Ch, Slst to the first Sc made.

Fasten off leaving a long tail to sew to the headband.

Assembling your Bunny Ears Headband

Use grey yarn and sew the inner ears to the front of the Bunny Ears. When this is complete take the bottom of the ear and fold it in half. Sew this in place just at the bottom of the ear. Assemble both ears and see them to the headband. I chose to sew my ears 2 inches apart but if I did it again I would place them right next to each other or about an inch apart. 

To Attach the Mini Roses and Leaves to the headband, you have two options. You can use the yarn tails from each piece to sew the leaves and flowers in place. I actually used my hot glue gun to glue the flowers on. I felt like this gave me more control over their placement.

Please be careful using a hot glue gun. 

Once your flowers are attached your Crochet Bunny Ears Headband is complete! 

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4 Comments

  1. Joanne

    March 30, 2019 at 10:01 pm

    Your daughter sells this pattern well, She is a cutie. I hope to make it for a 4 day old and a 5 months old. I will have the Moms measure the babies head. If they look half as precious as your baby, it will be worth it! ?. Joanne

    1. Lindsey

      March 30, 2019 at 10:30 pm

      I am sure they will look amazing. I am so happy to be designing this patterns and I will get to have all the photos of her when she is all grown up.

  2. Holly

    April 3, 2019 at 5:16 pm

    Did you use wire in the edges of the ears?

    1. Lindsey

      April 4, 2019 at 5:38 am

      I did not use any wire in the ears. I secured the flowers to the ears and to each other. You could crochet around wire when crocheting around the edge of the outer ear but I did not do this for my example.

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