5 Ear Warming Headbands

  • Corina
  • October 9, 2013 9:40 pm

Collection of Five Free Headband Crochet Patterns

Ear Warmers are very popular and rewarding Christmas gifts. They are quick to make and get used on a regular bases throughout the cooler seasons. After searching The Yarn Box we have found five free crochet ear warming headbands that are ideal for gifting. While looking over each pattern- we wanted to share with you the headbands that are visually appealing and practical during the winter months. Ear warmers are not only great for Christmas, but also for craft fairs and personal use. Since they work up quickly and with little yarn, you can get the most for your time and work. You can also personalize the headbands with appliques and flowers! Pick your favorite or make them all! Each one has its own unique look!

Flower Girl CottageCrochet Headband Pattern

Design by Flower Girl Cottage

This crochet headband is beautiful and simple! She even gives instructions on how to make it any size! Have fun with your yarn and make them custom for your family members this Christmas.


4TdesignsCrochet Headwrap Pattern

Design by 4Tdesigns

The first thing that comes to mind when I see this ear warming head wrap is “perfection”. It is designed to do its job, fit comfortably and look amazing!



Amazing Grace -Amazing Grace Headband

Design by Beatrice Ryan Designs 

The Amazing Grace Headband is dedicated for women who are battling and surviving breast cancer. The beautiful Amazing Grace song is the inspiration for this free pattern and it gives us all strength to conquer anything that stands in our way!


Cotton FablesFree Pattern/Tutorial – Knot Knitted Headband

Design by Cotton Fables

The Knot Knitted Headband tutorial is perfect for teaching all of us how to get the clean knitted look on a crochet headband!


Little Birdie SecretsFree Crochet Headband and Cuff

Design from Little Birdie’s Secrets 

This headband pattern is perfect for all the ladies on your Christmas list- even if you do not have the slightest clue of what their style is! Make these out of all sorts of worsted weight yarns- fill up a box and let everyone pick their own!




Site Creator at TheYarnBox

My name is Corina Gray. I picked up a crochet hook Jan of 2012 and haven’t stopped hooking since.
My daughter, Ella, is my inspiration. Christmas of 2011 I was searching for mittens that would actually stay on her tiny hands. With no luck, I asked my husband, Chad, to make sure Santa brought me a crochet hook and some cheap yarn. He laughed as if I would never figure it out. Bahahah! Crochet is only as difficult as you make it. I am so excited to see what my crochet future will bring.

Check out “Passion to Stay Home”  and “God’s Timing” to learn more about me!



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  1. slackstitches says:
    Posted October 11, 2013 at 1:49 pm | Permalink

    How do you get to the patterns?

  2. user 1 TheYarnBox says:
    Posted October 13, 2013 at 3:32 pm | Permalink

    Click the images for the link to the source for the pattern

  3. I found you on Pinterest. Funny, I learned how to crochet at 10 (long time ago) and I made my girls a slouch hat last month and have been crocheting like a manic ever since. I signed up for your email, great concept!

  4. user 1 TheYarnBox says:
    Posted November 6, 2013 at 7:36 pm | Permalink

    Glad to have you Whitney!! Crocheting is the best addiction 😀

  5. Where Can I Buy One …. I Dont Know How To Crochet

  6. Mandy says:
    Posted November 25, 2014 at 4:25 am | Permalink

    I learned to crochet at a very young age and I love it! These tutorials are wonderful! I’m going to make them all. Thank you so very much!

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