Winter has not been as harsh this year, but still, we’ve had quite a few days where the temperature drops well into the minus. And so, to help us keep warm on those days, here are some warm winter headbands to crochet.
Crochet ear warmers are a great alternative to hats. They are also perfect for wearing under a hood for a bit of extra warmth. Furthermore, some headbands can be increased in size for a matching cowl.
Northern Star Ear Warmer by Crochet Memories
I love the beautiful texture in this ear warmer. It’s a nice solid stitch, and the pattern provides instructions for both a headband and ear warmer.
Chic Aran Headband / Ear warmer by My Hobby is Crochet
This one is also done with a pretty texture. And you can wear the button at the front, the back or at the side for a different look each time.
Barley Ridge Earwarmer by EyeLoveKnots
This one has the ribs going around for a super cozy warmer. The pattern is available in three sizes including toddler, child and adult large.
Warm and Fuzzy Headband by YARNutopia by Nadia Fuad
This is definitely a must-have. It’s done in one of my favorite crochet stitches, the extended single crochet. But I love what she did with the color changes to give you a nice “dotted” design.
Windward Winter Headband by Stitching Together
This cozy pattern is available in one size, but includes a note on how to adjust this to any size you need.
Double Ruffle Headband by Posh Pooch Designs
There’s a lot of fun to be had with this one. I love ruffles, and this one features two rows of a double ruffle. For even more fun, you have the option to add buttons or anything you like in between the ruffles. It looks complicated, but it’s an easy pattern and also includes a video tutorial.
Ribbed Ear Warmer by CrochetNCrafts
These ribs are created simply with the front and back post stitches. It’s a very simple pattern and you can easily adjust this to any size.
Easy Stashbuster Ear Warmer by Crochet For You
Who doesn’t love a good stashbuster pattern? This one is crocheted with two strands, which means it not only works up super quick, but it’s also going to be super cozy when completed.
Brushwood Ear Warmer by Stitches n Scraps
This one is not only beginner friendly, but it also looks super comfy to wear. Plus, it can be adjusted for a custom size.
Plaid Crochet Ear Warmer – Three Looks by Winding Road Crochet
This one is for the entire family. It contains a size chart from baby to adult large. And, you have the option of three different finishing techniques.
Chunky Crochet Ear Warmer by Maria’s Blue Crayon
This simple pattern is easy to adjust to any size. Although simple, an optional cinch gives the warmer a nice touch of elegance.
Sugar Maple Headband by Kirsten Holloway Designs
Easy, yet beautiful, and closes with a button at the back. The pattern is available in toddler, child and adult sizes.
Crown Ear Warmer by Crochet For You
This fun and cozy warmer is given here in a child and adult size. However, on the pattern page you will find a link to a newborn and toddler size as well. It’s a great way for the family to have fun together in their winter activities.
Chic Twist Headwrap by YARNutopia by Nadia Fuad
This headwrap wraps around the head twice. It’s an easy pattern with a video showing how to make this from start to finish.
Bobble Head Ear Warmer by Posh Pooch Designs
Here is another one with lots of fun texture. The bobbles can be a bit time consuming, but look great, especially in the purplish variegated yarn.
Faux Knit Ear Warmer by Maria’s Blue Crayon
If you prefer knit, then this one is for you. It’s a simple technique, and the outcome is fabulous.
Charisma Ear Warmer by CrochetN’Crafts
Crocheted in a chunky yarn, this ear warmer not only works up quick but it’s also cozy. Plus, it has a nice stretch, making it comfy as well. The pattern is simple and easy to adjust in size.
Super Delight Headband by Crochet For You
Lastly, we have this two-toned beauty, which can be adjusted to any size.
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