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Yin & Yang Infinity Headband

The yin and yang infinity headband can be worn to hold the hair back or to keep the ears warm in cold winter weather. It is not only cozy, but it also features a beautiful color design and texture that you will enjoy wearing.

Yin & Yang Infinity Headband Earwarmer

The crochet ear warmer has a twist, which can be worn at the front of the head, the back, or off the side, whichever you prefer. The twist is loose, but you can sew it so it stays in place if you like.

I Used Lion Brand Pound of Love. I love this yarn because it is soft and stretchy. You can buy it in big balls and it goes a long way, making it an economic yarn.

Croche this in a solid color, or in two or more colors to use up a few leftovers.

Lion Brand Pound of Love

Crochet hat shown on a mannequin.

How it’s made

This headband is worked in an infinity pattern. The first round is worked in a row and then joined together in a twist to form an infinity shape. This allows you to crochet around both sides of Rnd 1. You begin in the free loops, then work your way around and continue working into the top of the stitches made in rnd 1. Thus, in rnd 2, you end up with twice as many sts as in rnd 1.

As for the stitch pattern, it is none other than the awesome crunch stitch! It’s amazing the different design you get simply by changing color after each round.

Yin and Yang Infinity Headband

This crochet infinity headband to hold your hair back or to keep your ears warm in the cold winter weather.
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Skill Level



  • Gauge: 8 sts = 2.5"
  • Finished Size: Measures 10" across when laying flat. Fits a teen or extra small adult.



  • First St in the rnd is worked into the same st as where the join was made.
  • Instead of fastening off, carry the yarn up after each rnd is completed.


  • With CA, Loosely ch 65, or any multiple of 2 + 1.
  • Rnd 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, *sl st in next ch, hdc in next ch; rep from * across, sl st in last ch. [64 sts]
  • Make a twist in your work and join the top of last st made to free loop at bottom of first hdc. Then join the bottom of the last sl st to the top of first hdc. See images below. Do not FO, but carry the yarn up.
    Yin & Yang Infinity - Ill 1
  • Rnd 2: Join CB and start working into free lps of rnd 1, sl st into same free lp as where join was made, hdc in next free lp, *sl st in next free lp/st, hdc in next free lp/st; rep from * all the way around till you get back to your first sl st; join with sl st in both lps of first sl st. [128 sts]
    Yin & Yang Infinity - Ill 2
  • Note: Halfway through rnd 2 make sure to hdc into the free lp where last sl st was made in rnd 1. Also, you want to sk the turning ch.
    Yin & Yang Tutorial Ill 3
  • Yin & Yang Tutorial Ill 4
  • Rnd 3: With CA, ch 1, hdc in same st as join, sl st in next st, *hdc in next sl st, sl st in next hdc; rep from * around; join with sl st in first hdc. [128 sts]
  • Rnd 4: With CB, sl st in same st as join, hdc in next st, *sl st in next hdc, hdc in next sl st; rep from * around; join with sl st in first sl st. [128 sts]
  • Rnds 5-7: Continue with Rnds 3-4 until you have reached a desired height ending with CA. FO.

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  1. Thank you for the interesting pattern. It took me thirty minutes to find start instructions for headband. I do have cogfog but was wondering if pattern for next one could be more organized? You have wonderful design and finish product is very pretty. I hope I get a chance to make this for self and other women in my life! Be blessed and again thank you!

    1. Tina, if the print friendly button is not working, you might want to try to copy and paste it into a word processor.

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