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Crochet Baby Headband

Create a beautiful handmade headband for babies using the art of crocheting. Crafted with soft yarn in delicate colors, this accessory is perfect for keeping your little one stylish and cozy. The intricate stitches and patterns add a unique touch to the headband, making it a lovely addition to any baby's wardrobe. Whether you're making it for your own child or as a thoughtful gift for a friend, a crocheted baby headband is sure to be cherished and admired. Crocheting a baby headband allows you to customize the size and design to perfectly fit the baby's head. You can choose from a variety of yarn types and colors to match the baby's outfit or create a statement piece. The process of crocheting is not only enjoyable but also a great way to practice your skills and create something special for your little one. With a bit of time and creativity, you can make a one-of-a-kind accessory that will be treasured for years to come.

Finished Sizes:

  • 0-3 months- 12.5″ to fit head circ 13-15
  • 3-6 months- 14″ to fit head circ 15-17
  • 6-12 months- 15″ to fit head circ 16-19

You’ll need:

  • Worsted weight, medium 4 yarn (use any soft yarn that matches the gauge)
  • 4.5mm hook
  • Tapestry needle

Stitches /Abbreviation:

  • DC- double crochet
  • ST- stitch
  • CH- chain
  • 3DC Bobble- *yarn over, go into stitch, yarn over pull through, yarn over pull through first two loops. Repeat from *in the same stitch, two more times. Yarn over pull through all 4 loops.


  • Sizes for 3-6 and 6-12 months are in ( )
  • Pattern is written in U.S terms
  • Ch 3 in round counts as a stitch


Ch 57 (69, 81). Join to 1st chain- note that this 1st chain counts as a stitch

Round 1: Ch 2, 2DC Bobble in 1st st (same chain you just joined in), *chain 2, skip 2 chains, 3DC Bobble in next ch. Repeat from * around till last 2 chains, Ch 2. Sl st in top of 1st Bobble.

Round 2: Ch 4, *3DC Bobble in Ch 2 space, ch 2. Repeat from *around till the last Ch 2 space, 2DC Bobble in last ch 2 space. Join to top of ch 2 (the 4 chain from beginning of the round).

Break yarn, weave in ends. And you’re done.

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