Learn how to make a stylish chunky knot-front headband with this free crochet headband tutorial! This project works up quickly and makes an adorable accessory to keep your ears warm this winter!
I love a good chunky crochet accessory, and I’m really excited to share this brand new free crochet pattern with you all today! This knot-front crochet headband only requires one ball of yarn and two crochet stitches to make!
Ready to get crocheting?
Free crochet headband tutorial supplies:
- All Things You No. 6 Super Bulky Wool Blend Yarn. You will need one ball per headband. I used the Moss color.
- Size M (9.00 m) Crochet Hook
- Yarn Needle
Chunky Knot-Front Headband Crochet Pattern
Please Note: This pattern uses American crochet terms and is free for personal use only.
- Chain (ch)
- Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Chunky Knot-Front Headband Piece Pattern (Make Two)
Row 1: Ch 46. Work hdc into 3rd ch from hook, hdc in each remaining ch (44 hdc).
Row 2: Ch 2, Turn. Working in back loops only, hdc in each st (44 hdc).
Rows 3-5: Repeat Row 2. Finish off, weave in ends.
When you have two of the headband pieces crocheted, it’s time to assemble the headband. Start by wrapping the two pieces around each other and then lining up the ends on either side of the twist (see image below).
Next, slightly over lap the two ends of the headband pieces on either side of the twist. This helps to create a consisted ribbed look in the finished headband. Then use your yarn needle and a length of yarn to stitch the two pieces together.
When both sides are stitched together on either side of the twist, your headband should look something like this:
At this point it’s time to finish the headband by bringing the edges together and sewing them closed.
Finally, weave in any remaining ends, and your chunky knot-front headband is all done!
I hope you enjoy this free crochet headband tutorial!
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Alexis Middleton is a lifelong crafter/DIYer and blogger at Persia Lou. She started crafting at a young age. As a girl, she spent summers with her grandmother crocheting baby doll afghans, making coasters out of plastic canvas and yarn, and canning apricot jam. Today, Alexis spends a lot of time dreaming up and working on projects for her family’s home. She loves mixing traditional crafting techniques with a more modern aesthetic.