Crochet Plaid Headband

Crochet Plaid Headband

So cute for Fall and Winter! Makes a great gift! Create this cute plaid headband with this easy to follow pattern. They work up quickly and only use a small amount of yarn in 3 colors. This pattern is written in 3 sizes: toddler, child and adult. So satisfying, you will want to make one in a variety of colors! The way the plaid is joined in each round makes this a simple seamless transition from each color so your headband look perfect from any angle. This pattern uses medium worsted weight yarn and size G hook. Make it a set with my cute plaid fingerless mitten pattern HERE (adult size only). If you would like to purchase the ad free version of both the plaid headband and fingerless mittens you can do so in my Etsy shop HERE. Enjoy!


-Hook G

  • Small amount of medium worsted weight yarn in 3 colors. Picking your colors: Make sure to pick a dark, light and middle color. The middle color should look like the result if you were to mix the dark and light colors together

– Blunt needle to weave in ends


  • When switching colors, yarn over as you finish the dc with the new color
  • Carry the 2 colors you are working with on each row, crochet over the color that is not in use.

The Pattern:

With darkest color Ch 60 for toddler, 66 for child and 72 for adult, sl st in first st, ch 1.

Rows 1-2: Sc in same stitch and each st around.

Row 3: With darkest color, ch 2 (counts as 1 dc), dc in same st, dc in next st, *switch to medium color and dc next 3 sts, switch back to the dark color and dc next 3 sts*, repeat from * around, ending with the middle color. Sl st to join.

Row 4:  Still with the middle color ch 2 (counts as 1 dc), dc in same st, dc in next  st, *switch to light color, and dc next 3 sts, switch back to the middle color and dc next 3 sts,* repeat from * around, ending with the light color. Sl st with darkest color to join.

Row 5: Repeat row 3.

Row 6: Repeat row 4. 

Row 7: Repeat row 3, sl st at the top of ch 2 with the darkest color to join.

Row 8-9: Ch 1, sc in same st and each st around. Sl st to join and fasten off on row 9. Weave in all ends.



  1. Very nice pattern, might give it a try!
    Where do you get your yarn in TC? I usually go to Joann’s when I’m in town or at Hobby Lobby in Gaylord where I live.

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