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Effortless Chic Headband… Free Crochet Pattern

Effortless Chic Headband… Free Crochet Pattern

Effortless Chic Headband Free Pattern

This stylish headband is so simple and quick to make,,, You can add Effortless Chic to your winter wardrobe in about 1 hour!!!

It is made using Super Bulky Yarn and Fun Buttons to dress it up!

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Effortless Chic Headband


Super Bulky Yarn (#6 in yarn standards) 40 Yards

Pictured above~ Teal Headband in Lion Brand Hometown Yarn, Brown Headband~ Red Heart  Stellar Yarn in Meteorite, Pink Headband~Red Heart Stellar Yarn in Infinity.

Hook ~ K

Scissors and Yarn Needle

2 Fancy Buttons and thread for sewing



Ch ~ Chain     Sk ~ Skip    St ~ Stitch     Sc ~ Single Crochet     Dc ~ Double Crochet



Ch 9

Row 1:  Sc in  2nd Ch from hook and each across. = 8 Sc

Row 2:  Ch 3 (Counts as Dc now and throughout), Turn,  Dc in next 7 Sts. = 8 Dc

Row 3:  Ch 3,Turn,  *Sk next St, Dc in next St, Dc in Previously Sk St (This forms an X Stitch)*, Repeat * * 2 more times across, Dc in last St. = 2 Dc and 3 “X” Stitches

Row 4-24: Repeat rows 3 ~ 21 more times

Row 25: Ch 3, Turn,  Dc across. = 8 Dc

Row 26:  Ch 1, Turn, Sc across. = 8 Sc.

Finish off. Weave in ends.

Sew buttons onto one end.

The button holes will be made using the Dc row on the opposite end from sewn buttons.


Effortless Chic Headband combo


  1. Thank you, Elena, for another gorgeous pattern. sometimes the simpler the better!

  2. Love the pattern. Too short for my head and pretty sure my 11 year old I made them for. Guess gonna add some rows.

  3. I love your patterns. I don’t ever sell anything I make. But I make them for gifts. Would like to post them on facebook you said to link it to your page I don’t know how to do that

  4. Hey, I really like this pattern, and I was thinking of making it for my sister as a Christmas present, but I was thinking that the backs of the buttons might dig into her head. Is that something I should worry about or does it just depend on what buttons I use?

    • Beatrice Ryan Designs

      It isn’t really to much of an issue, but if you are worried about that happening, just by buttons with out shanks… then there will be nothing to poke through

  5. would like to see the hook size in mm as well

    • Beatrice Ryan Designs

      If I post a specific size that is not the same as you like… you can do an internet search for the equal value hook…

  6. I have a question. When you chain 3 and turn, then skip one, DC , and go back to skipped stitch, is that the same hole as were the chain there. Is coming out of? I’m getting confused and dc at the end of the row is actually going in the turning chain space if that makes sense.

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