How to Crochet a Quick Spring Headband

Last year in 2019 I released the Easy Peasy Pin Up Tie Headband. It is a super beginner friendly basic tie headband. I decided this year that I wanted to spruce up that design a little bit and  give it an updated look. So I came up with the Daisy Mae Headband. (Named after my dog I had growing up). It has a super springy look so it is perfect to wear with a spring or summer outfit. 

This pattern is available here for free on my blog but if you would like to have the ad-free printable pdf you can purchase it for only $3 in my Etsy or Ravelry stores.

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Before you start


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Acrylic Worsted
weight yarn (I used Hobby Lobby ILTY and Lion Brands Basic Stitch Premium but any worsted weight acrylic yarn will work.)

5.5mm I hook I like the Clover Soft Touch.


Yarn needle


Measuring tape/ruler

Stitches Used

Ch = Chain

Sc = Single crochet

Dc = Double crochet

Inc = Increase


Dec = Decrease


In this pattern you do not need to check your gauge before. Measure your headband before you start the decrease and it should be about 19.5 inches for the adult size and 18  inches for the childrens’ size, and 16 inches for the toddler size. ej,m

I have also included a video tutorial for the headband. 


The only difference in the sizes is the total number of rows for the body. For toddler and child sizes work the pattern as normal until noted.

Row 1: Ch 2. In second chain from hook, sc 2.  Turn. (2 sc)

Row 2: Ch 1 Sc 2 in each stitch. Turn (4sc)

Row 3: Ch 1 sc in each stitch across. Turn (4sc)

Row 4-12: Repeat row 3. (4sc)

Row 13: Ch 1. Sc the first stitch, Sc 2 in next 2 stitches sc in last stitch. Turn. (6sc)

Row 14: Ch 1. Sc in the first stitch, sc 2 in the next sttich, sc in the next two stitches, sc 2 in the next stitch, sc in the last stitch. Turn (8 sc)

Row 15: Ch 1. Sc in each stitch across. Turn (8 sc)

Row 16: Ch 1. Dc in the first stitch, sc in the next stitch. Alternate dc and sc across. Turn (4 dc 4 sc, 8 total stitches)


Row 17- (toddler 44, child 48) adult 52: Repeat Row 16. (4 dc 4 sc, 8 total stitches) Check your length here. 

Row (45, 49) 53: Ch 1. Sc in each stitch across. Turn. (8 sc)

Row (46, 50) 54: Ch 1. Sc in first two stitches, sc dec, sc dec, sc in las two stitches. Turn. (6 sc)

Row (47, 51) 55: Ch 1 Sc in first stitch, sc dec, sc dec, sc in last stitch. Turn (4 sc)

Row (48-57, 51-60) 56-65: Ch 1. Sc in each stitch across. (4sc)

Row (58, 61) 66: Ch 1. Sc dec, sc dec. Turn. (2 sc)


Row (59, 62) 67: Ch 1. Sc dec. Fasten off and weave in ends. 

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