Crochet Headbands Using Tulip Stitch

by Jessica Amey

Crochet headbands have been on my list of things to make since I learnt how to crochet at the start of the year. I’ve only been working on granny squares up until now but once you know the few basic stitches then it’s easy to follow different tutorials therefore this project is great for beginners, they are really quick to make too.

In my last post on crochet I shared the video tutorials I used to learn how to make basic granny squares and this is another video from the same person, her name is Bella Coco and she is my crochet guru. She has so many video tutorials on her YouTube channel and they are so simple to follow.

This one is teaching how to do the flowers in a row / tulip stitch that I used to make these headbands. The video shows you how to make a blanket by repeating this section over and over again but to make a headband like this you just do one.

I measured around Cherry’s head to know long to make it and then added another couple of inches so that I could overlap them when sewing it together. There is quite a bit of stretch in the yarn so once you’ve finished and measured round the head to see where to sew it, opt for doing it a tiny bit tighter, the first one I did was a bit loose and kept falling off.

crochet headbands using tulip stitch

I used a large needle and some of the same yarn I made the headbands with to sew them together.

tulip stitch crochet headbands

I love the bright colours and wish I could get away with wearing them myself, maybe I can?!

how to make crochet headbands

It’s such a simple stitch once you know the basics and the end result is so pretty. They would make great gifts too.

If you liked these crochet headbands then do check out some more of my crochet project tutorials..

How to crochet worry dolls. These are so small and come in a little crocheted bag: great for anxious kids as they tell them their worries before bed and put them under their pillow.

How to crochet a foxes head. I love fake taxidermy and this foxes head is great for hanging on your wall.

How to crochet mini jumpers. I used these as tree decorations at Christmas but there is so much you could do with them.

How to make a crochet chevron bag. Made using another of Bella Coco’s tutorials, this is two chevron pieces stitches together to make a bag.

How to crochet Minion glasses. If you have Minion loving kids, like mine, then they will love these!

How to make crochet dream catchers. I think this is one of my most popular posts, colourful dream catchers.

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