Crochet Heart Headband Pattern

This crochet heart headband pattern is beautiful! I love how the crochet hearts string together to make the headband.

A simple crochet headband pattern that can be made up quickly.

Crochet Heart Headband Pattern

Since Valentine’s Day is coming up, I thought it would be cute to make a new crochet headband pattern.

Instead of making a band then just adding on a heart, I decided to crochet hearts in a row.

Adding a button and a loop on the end makes for an easy way to put the headband on. Should you not want to do this, you could also sew the two end hearts together.

Crochet Heart Headband Pattern

The headband pictured is a newborn size headband. However, I will include what the measurements would be should you want to make another sized headband.

Your starting chain should be the measurement suggested.

Crochet Headband Measurements

  • Newborn 13 inches
  • 3-6 months 14 inches
  • 6-12 months 16 inches
  • 12 months-tween 17.5 inches
  • Adult 18 inches
Crochet Heart Headband Pattern

Supplies Needed to Make a Crochet Heart Headband

I chose to use Caron Simply Soft. It is my go-to yarn for headbands.

Also, I found a small black heart shaped button that was perfect for closing the headband.

I suggest getting a measuring tape so that you can get the correct measurements of the headband.

Caron Simply Soft - Burgundy
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Crochet Heart Headband Pattern

A printable version of this pattern is found below.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED:

HEADBAND PATTERN:

The starting chain will need to be a multiple of 4 plus 1.

( to ) means all stitches made within the same stitch.

Starting Chain: Chain the appropriate amount of chains to reach the desired measurement. My example for the newborn size, I chained 49.

Row 1: In the 3rd chain from the hook, *(2 Double Crochet Stitches, Chain 1, Slip Stitch, Chain 1, 2 Double Crochet Stitches). Skip 1 chain and Slip Stitch into the next chain. Skip one chain.* Repeat from * to * across the starting chain.

Rotate your work to crochet back along the starting chain to make the points if the hearts.

Row 2: *(Half Double Crochet, 2 Single Crochet Stitches, Double Crochet, 2 Single Crochet Stitches, Half Double Crochet) into the center of the heart. Slip stitch over the slip stitch chain one from row 1.* Repeat from * to *. For the last heart slip stitch into the turning chain.

Add a loop for a button: Chain 8 and slip stitch back to the heart. (You may need to adjust depending on the size of your button).

Weave in your ends and sew on a button.

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21 Comments

  1. This is such a cute headband. I want to make one for myself! I featured this pattern on a Valentine’s Day roundup post on my blog :)

    1. Jeannine Nolan says:

      I can’t find the pattern!

      1. Jeannine,
        You should find it under the “CROCHET HEART HEADBAND PATTERN” section of the post. It lists what is needed and then the pattern after that.

  2. I made this for my granddaughter. It’s adorable! Thanks

    1. You’re Welcome, Kathy! I bet she looks adorable!

  3. HI! Is there any way to get this pattern printable? Last pattern that I did had option to get a pattern, so it was so much easier.

    1. Hello. I am slowly working on printables. I have not gotten to this pattern yet. There are plans to, just takes a bit of time.

  4. Hi I love this headband, but I can’t seem to get it to stop curling in together (as in the top and bottom of the hearts are curling towards each other). I’m not not sure if I’m doing something wrong or if I need to block it?

    1. I don’t think you are doing anything wrong. The curl could be coming from crocheting a little bit tight, maybe? But yes, you can block the hearts to help them stand correctly if you need too.

  5. Would cotton yarn work?

    1. You could use cotton yarn. It may not be as stretchy as acrylic.

  6. Lovely headband! Do you have a video for this, by any chance? I am very much a beginner at crochet, but would love to make this one for my little girl for Valentine’s day! A video would be very helpful. Thanks.

    1. Sorry, I don’t have a video. I will add it to my list of videos I need to create. :)

  7. Hi Devon! I don’t know how to crochet but I’d love to buy one from you! Would you please consider that?

    Thanks!
    Alyssa :)

    1. Hello Alyssa! We could work something out. Send me an email and we can talk. devon @ midwesternmoms . com (make sure to take out the spaces)

  8. Sheri Harding Felten says:

    how do I get your free printable heart headband? I already subscribe to your newsletter.

    1. Go ahead and put your email in the form box and it will send you a printable version.

  9. This is a really pretty crochet heart headband pattern! I love the colors and the way it looks on!

  10. Ogedengbe favour says:

    I love this head band it is cute

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