Do you have some leftover yarn and 15 minutes to spare? Crochet this simple and stunning headband! Done in just two chains of half double crochet stitches, this headband comes together in a breeze. Plus, it doesn’t use much yarn, so it’d be perfect for finishing off a skein of yarn leftover from another project. The genius part of this project is the hair tie finish. This technique can be applied all kinds of hair accessories or headwear, even bracelets or necklaces. Attaching the hair tie at the ends ensures that this headband will stretch to fit most any head size. I can’t believe I’ve never thought of that before! Go ahead and check out the easy to follow video tutorial below, and get the full instructions beneath the video. Happy crocheting, friends!
Want another easy crochet pattern? Check out this circle headband tutorial!
– Worsted weight yarn in 2 different colors
– Crochet hook
– Yarn needle (optional)
Chain 62. Half double crochet in second chain from the hook, and each chain across. Finish off, weave in ends.
Make a second half double crochet chain of 62.
Insert hook into ends of both half double crochet chains, and through a hair tie. Join all three with a single crochet. Single crochet a few times to make all 3 secure. Repeat on other side.