Crochet Pattern: Lace and Ribbon Headband

By Emilee Gettle – 5 Comments
There are so many cute hair accessories in the stores now. The prices range from super cheap to out of this world expensive. I enjoy traveling to craft shows where home businesses sell their handmade goods. I’ve seen many takes on the crocheted headband. This pattern is my own twist by making lace and weaving a satin ribbon through it. The ends of the ribbon work perfect for tying on the headband. These crochet up ultra fast and are great for adults and kids alike. Make several while watching TV to sell at craft shows and bazaars in the spring!

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 15 1/2″ (39 cm) long and 1″ (3 cm) wide

Medium Weight Yarn (approximately 25 yards)
Crochet Hook H (5.00 mm)
41″ (104 cm) Satin Ribbon
Craft Glue

crochet yarn size 4

1 sc and 1 space = 1 3/4” (4 cm)

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Crochet Pattern: Lace and Ribbon Headband
Row 1: ch 52, sc in second ch from hook, *ch 2, skip 1 ch, sc in next ch, repeat from * 24 more times, finish off.

Weave the satin ribbon through the spaces in the crocheted headband, leaving an equal length of ribbon at each end for tying. Tie a knot to secure the ribbon in place on each end of the crocheted lace. Cut ribbon ends at an angle to prevent fraying, or dip in glue to seal the ends.

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  1. Dana Caffrey says:

    Love the headband! I want to do this for myself and daughter. Thanks for sharing this tutorial. Nice craft!

  2. Patricia says:

    Thank you for such a cute simple to make headband.

  3. Lyn says:

    This will be a perfect project that will work with my grand-daughter’s little dresses I pick up for her.
    Thanks Emilee….Love It!

  4. fariba kafi says:

    love this pattern,I ‘m going to make this for myself .thanks a lot

  5. Thanks for sharing this very simple and nice tutorial! I’d like to learn how crochet as seen in my grandmother. I’m excited to do this and make one for my daughters.

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