#11 Snake Winter Crocheted Headband
I love the snake design on this crocheted headband. This is a really cute and super easy headband to make, even for beginners. It gives you two options for joining, with a button and without.
Personally, I love the button but you could do it just as easily without if you want one piece that just slides onto your head. I really adore the bulky look of the snake design. This is the perfect pattern if you need a gift for a teenager or pre-teen.
#12 Easy Crochet Vanessa Headband
Okay, I’ll admit I love this one because of the name, but the headband itself is really gorgeous, too. The pattern gives you the option to make the wide version or a slimmer one, both of which are really pretty.
The design itself looks complicated but it’s a simple pattern that you can finish in just one evening. The narrow version takes about 40 yards of yarn while the bulkier version takes around 80 yards. Both are easy to make – make both versions and have one for every occasion.
#13 Bamboozled Cable Design Knit Headband
I really love when these patterns have specific names. This one is called Bamboozled and it’s a wonderfully easy pattern for advanced beginners. It allows you to practice your cabled knit and has twisted cord ties throughout.
It’s actually a really fast project and you need less than 100 yards of yarn to make it. You can do the cabling without a cable needle if you want, which makes it even easier.
#14 Elegant Cable Knit Headband
This lovely headband can easily be knitted for babies, toddlers, teenagers, or adults. The pattern is easy to follow and easy to adjust to whatever size you need. I love a good cable knit and this one is really easy.
You get to practice the cable knit and a few other stitches and you can probably turn this one out in about an hour or so depending on how long you’ve been knitting. You use chunky weighted yarn which makes it the perfect winter accessory.
#15 Fast And Easy Knit Headscarf
This is a really fast and easy knitted headband that will take you less than an hour if you’ve ever knitted before. You can probably have it finished in just over an hour if this is your first knitting project ever.
It’s a fairly narrow headband which helps with the short time and you can use any worsted weight yarn you want. I love these for fashion pieces – just use lightweight yarn and make them in any color you need to complement your favorite outfit.
#16 Lacy Crocheted Lattice Look Headband
How gorgeous is this lattice look headband? It’s a really unique piece and such an easy one to crochet. You can have this completed in a couple of hours easily.
I love the jewel in the center, but you don’t have to add that if you want it a bit more casual looking. The open crochet gives it a gorgeous look that would be perfect for formal occasions or just a causal walk in the park, and it doesn’t take much yarn to complete
#17 Simple And Fast Lace Trellis Crochet Headband
These little crocheted headbands are so easy that you could probably do a couple in an hour. They have that great open lace trellis look and they’re a narrow headband so they’re perfect for warmer days – when you just want something stylish but not necessarily to keep your head and ears warm.
The pattern is also really easy to customize so you could play around with this one and see what unique headband you can create.
#18 Gorgeous Crochet Latte Headband
So, this one gets its name from the yarn that was used to make it. The yarn is latte colored, and oh my goodness what a gorgeous group of colors! The pattern itself is really easy and if you love coffee- as many of us do – this is a must crochet for you.
It’s listed as easy for beginners so if you are looking for a great thin headband pattern for your first project, this just may be it. Aside from the gorgeous coloring, the headband itself is really pretty and so easy to make.
#19 Slim Knit Tie On Headbands
Here is another great tie on headband. These are really fast to work up and they let you practice on a number of stitches. You need to know how to cast on and you’ll need to know your basic stitch, as well your binding and purl stitch and knitting i-cord.
These can be knit in cotton or linen for spring and summer or a thicker wool for winter. The patterns come in child and adult sizes.
#20 DIY Twisted Crochet Headband
I love how simple this headband is. Even if you’ve never held a crochet hook before, you can make this one. The pattern allows you to single crochet, which is perfect for beginners.
You are basically crocheting a long rectangle that you later twist and them seam together. This is a beautiful piece when it’s finished and such an easy crocheting project. It shouldn’t take you more than an hour or so to complete.