Crochet Princess Hairband

Crochet The Princess Hairband


Crochet The Princess Hairband

Hello everyone! I hope you are well. Today I am bringing you a new crochet tutorial on how to crochet The Princess Hairband. This project is super easy and quick to crochet. Even the most novice beginner can make this, which is a huge bonus!

You can download the free PDF pattern in English here: Crochet Lacy Romantic Princess headband pattern

Bonjour mes amis,

Aujourd’hui je vous prΓ©sente un nouveau projet, trΓ¨s facile Γ  rΓ©aliser. Il s’agit du Bandeau Princesse au crochet. Vous pouvez tΓ©lΓ©charger le PDF gratuit ici: Patron Bandeau Princesse au crochet

Crochet Princess Hairband
The Princess Hairband is a perfect gift

The Youtube Tutorial

The video tutorial for this project can be found on Youtube as usual. You can follow this link to the video: Crochet The Princess Hairband Video Tutorial

In this video I break down every detail of this hairband. It’s a great addition to the written pattern.

Behind the pattern for The Crochet Princess Hairband

I had the idea to create this pattern while I was watching a French film I love. This film is called Ma PremiΓ¨re Fois (My First Time), and it’s really beautiful. It has all the French vibes in it, and reminded of my own time when I was in a French LycΓ©e (high school). It was great to watch this film, and the Philosophy classes they go to. When I was in class at my own lycΓ©e years ago, I had eight hours of Philosophy a week. I remember the question I had to answer at my exam, it was super hard!

Crochet Princess Hairband
A French design

The Princess Hairband

In this film, the heroine wears a very similar headband to a party. This gave me the inspiration for this project. Hers is a black lacy number, however I decided to make a white one as it is easier to film on camera. You can crochet this super easy hairband in any colour that you like, and I am planning on making a black and pink one too.


The best part about this project is that it can be adorned with beads and pearls very easily. I may do this in the near future. I think I may well crochet a black one, and add beads to it, for a very cute night time look. Let me know if you recreate it, I love seeing your beautiful crochet work.

Crochet Princess Hairband
This is a great staple piece

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Thank you so much for stopping by,

Xoxo Selina.

The Pattern for The Crochet Princess Hairband

Level: Easy

Note: I will be writing in US terms

Gauge: Gauge is not crucial for completion of project

Size of finished project before sewing on elastic: 1,5 cm (0,6 in x 19 in)


1 skein of Wendy Supreme Cotton DK or Sirdar Cotton DK (or any other 100% cotton yarn in DK/Light 3 yarn)

A 4 mm crochet hook

A basic hair elastic to sew onto project

A tapestry needle

A pair of scissors


Ch: chain

Sk: skip

St: Stitch

Sl st: Slip stitch

EOR: End of row

Begin pattern here:

Ch 77

R.1: Sl st into 2nd ch from hook, and into every ch until eor

Do not fasten off, instead ch 77

R.2: Sl st into 2nd ch from hook, and into every ch until eor

Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.

To sew project together:

Take elastic and place a knot into the middle of this. Sew one side of headband to the elastic with tapestry needle, making sure you sew the entire width of project to elastic.

Attach yarn to other side of headband, and sew the two parts of this, trying to keep it β€œflat” (similar to other side). Making sure you don’t twist project, sew this side onto other side of elastic band.

Fasten off, tidy up all loose ends.


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