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Horned Headband Free Crochet Pattern

Updated: Jun 13

Become the villain with this Horned Headband free crochet pattern! Perfect for Halloween fancy dress costume, or for use with my Horned Villain Blanket Dress, this pattern shows you how to make the perfect curved crochet horns. Ideal for Halloween or spooky movie nights, this head accessory adds a dramatic touch, plus it's available in three different sizes.


Horned Headband Free Crochet Pattern

 

About The Horned Headband Free Crochet Pattern


This Horned Headband is sure to be a hit at your Halloween Party, or just out on a cold winter day! Who says horns are just for Halloween anyway?


This free crochet pattern was originally designed as part of the Horned Villain Dress Blanket, but it is just too fun to not have it available to you by itself as well! I am including three sizes of horned headband instructions, child size, adult size, and large adult size. I suggest you measure the length of your piece at the end of row 1. I crochet fairly loose, so if you crochet tightly, you may want to make the next size up.


About the yarn

I use Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn because I have sensitive hands and this yarn is soft enough that I can crochet for hours without any problems. Plus, they have a wide variety of colors to choose from! But don't worry, if you don't have this yarn available any worsted weight yarn will work. I use 2 strands held together for this project, or you can substitute a bulky yarn instead.


 

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Copyright Notice


This Pattern is sole property of Carol Hladik Designs. Please do not copy or reproduce in any way.


You are welcome to sell finished items from this pattern, please reference me or the pattern in the link.


 

Horned Headband Free Crochet Pattern


Crochet pattern information

Supplies:

Hobby Lobby I Love This Yarn in Black Approximately 150 yards

Size P 11.5 mm crochet hook for headband

Size N 9mm crochet hook for horns

Scissors

Needle for weaving in ends

Poly-fil


Sizes:

Child Size: 18” (Headband will stretch to 21”)

Adult Size: 20” (Headband will stretch to 23”)

Large Adult: 22” (Headband will stretch to 25”)


Free Crochet Pattern: Horned Headband


Headbands:


Child Size: 18” (Headband will stretch to 21”)

With an 11.5mm hook and 2 strands of black

Row 1: Ch 31, SC in 2nd stitch and across, ch1, turn. (30)

Row 2: SC across, ch1, turn. (30)

Rows 3 - 10: Repeat Row 2

Row 11: SC 12, HDC 2, DC 2, HDC 2, SC 12, ch1, turn. (30)

Row 12: SC 12, HDC 2, 2DC in next stitch, ch3, SLST into 2nd ch from hook, SK next ch space, ch1, 2DC into the next stitch, HDC 2, SC 12 F/O leaving a long tail to sew ends together. (Do not sew ends together yet) (32)

Adult Size: 20” (Headband will stretch to 23”)

With an 11.5mm hook and 2 strands of black

Row 1: Ch 35, SC in 2nd stitch and across, ch1, turn. (34)

Row 2: SC across, ch1, turn. (34)

Rows 3 - 10: Repeat Row 2

Row 11: SC 14, HDC 2, DC 2, HDC 2, SC 14, ch1, turn. (34)

Row 12: SC 14, HDC 2, 2DC in next stitch, ch3, SLST into 2nd ch from hook, SK next ch space, ch1 2DC into next stitch, HDC 2, SC 14 F/O leaving a long tail to sew ends together. (Do not sew ends together yet.) (36)


Large Adult: 22” (Headband will stretch to 25”)

With an 11.5mm hook and 2 strands of black

Row 1: Ch 39, SC in 2nd stitch and across, ch1, turn. (38)

Row 2: SC across, ch1, turn. (38)

Rows 3 - 10: Repeat Row 2

Row 11: SC 16, HDC 2, DC 2, HDC 2, SC 16, ch1, turn. (38)

Row 12: SC 16, HDC 2, 2DC in next stitch, ch3, SLST into 2nd ch, SK next ch space, ch1, 2DC into next chain space, HDC 2, SC 16 F/O, leaving a long tail to sew ends together. (Do not sew ends together yet) (40)


Horns:


Child Size Horns Make 2

With 2 strands of black and a size N 9mm hook

Crochet tightly to minimize gapping

SLST will be worked into the first stitch of each round

Round 1: SC 4 into magic circle, SLST (4)

Round 2: Ch1, 2SC in each SC around, SLST (8)

Rounds 3 & 4: Ch1, SC around, SLST (8)

Round 5: Ch1, 2 SC in each of the first 4 stitches, SC 4, SLST (12)

Rounds 6 - 8: Ch1, SC around, SLST (12)

Round 9: Ch1, *2 SC, SC* repeat pattern from * to * around, SLST. (18)

Rounds 10 - 13: Ch1, SC around, SLST (18)

Round 14: Ch1, 2SC in each of the first 6 stitches, SC 12, SLST. (24)

Round 15: Ch1, SC around, SLST. F/O leaving a long tail for attaching. (24)

Fill with Poly-fil, do not over fill, you do not want to see the filling through the yarn.


Adult Size Horns Make 2

With 2 strands of black and a size N 9mm hook

Crochet tightly to minimize gapping

SLST will be worked into the first stitch of each round

Round 1: SC 4 into magic circle, SLST (4)

Round 2: Ch1, 2SC in each SC around, SLST (8)

Rounds 3 & 4: Ch1, SC around, SLST (8)

Round 5: Ch1, 2 SC in each of the first 4 stitches, SC 4, SLST (12)

Rounds 6 - 8: Ch1, SC around, SLST (12)

Round 9: Ch1, *2 SC, SC* repeat pattern from * to * around, SLST. (18)

Rounds 10 - 13: Ch1, SC around, SLST (18)

Round 14: Ch1, 2SC in each of the first 6 stitches, SC 12, SLST. (24)

Rounds 15 - 16: Ch1, SC around, SLST. (24)

Round 17: Ch1, SC around, SLST. F/O leaving a long tail for attaching. (24)

Fill with Poly-fil, do not over fill, you do not want to see the filling through the yarn.



Assembling Headband

When looking at the horn, one side of the base is wider than the other (Right side of photo). This side will go toward the center of the headband.


Single horn completed from the Horned Headband Free Crochet Pattern

Align the horns on the top of the headband so that the wider part of the base is in the center of the headband and touching each other. The back of the horns will be 1 row from the back edge of the headband, and the front of the horns will be 2 rows from the front edge of the headband.



Assembling both headband horns


Secure horns to the top of the headband with one strand of black and a large needle. Shape horns to curve inward. Using tail of headband, stitch ends of headband together.


Horned Headband Free Crochet Pattern

 

Stay in touch


Carol Hladik

I look forward to seeing your finished headbands! You can tag me on Instagram @carol_hladik_designs using hashtag #hornedheadband so I can see it.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at: carolhladikdesigns@gmail.com 



Happy Crocheting!

~Carol




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