Crochet Bobble Stitch Headbands Free Pattern

There are so many different styles and designs of handmade headbands that sometimes it is almost impossible to choose the best of them. Since they work up quickly, headbands are a great instant gratification or a last minute gift crochet project however, headbands are one of those things that some crocheters never make. It’s such a shame because there are so many great reasons to make them.

They are very pretty, elegant, eye-catching, useful and simply the perfect little accessories that can tie together any outfit. As usual crochet headbands work up quickly, plus they use up very little amount of yarn. I’ve always loved and enjoyed making these kind of cute projects and that’s why I’ve decided to share with you some helpful instructions on how to crochet bobble stitch headbands in all sizes.

We have discovered this beautiful pattern on youtube channel Crochet Beignet. To be honest, I think she is one of the most taleted crafters I’ve ever seen and there is no doubt you’ll love all of her works. So, let’s get down to the business. Just follow the pattern plus video tutorial and try to make each and every stitch according to the easy guidelines. Please, enjoy your crocheting and always feel free to share your experience with us. Good luck and happy hooking.

Click here to show pattern + tutorial

Instructions For Different Sizes:

Newborn – Ch 30
Infant 6-12m – Ch 41
Toddler – Ch 44
Child – Ch 46
Sm – Ch 48
Med – Ch 54
Large – Chain 56


The end panels are worked the same as the adult:

  • 1 sc in each hdc, 2 sc in each cluster (bobble) across, ch1, turn.
  • 1 sc in each stitch across, ch1, turn.
  • sc2tog (decrease) at the beginning and end of each row until 3 stitches remain.
  • For the button panel, decrease until 7 stitches remain (5,3). Ch 3, skip 3, hdc into next stitch, ch 3, skip 3, sc into next stitch.
  • Decrease one final row, ch 1 and fasten off.

Sc across each side panel, slip stitch into the next stitch, ch1, and fasten off.

You may also like one more lovely crochet headband tutorial from Crochet Beignet.

Credits: Crochet Beignet