Even a beginner can make this in less than a couple hours.
I wanted to practice my half double crochet and I had a softball sized amount of pink Red Heart yarn that someone had given me. Without even realizing that I would create something useful I chained up 65 stiches, crocheted flat in the front loop for about nine rows and realized that if stitched up the ends this would make a warm headband.
Later that week the temps dropped and the winds off the fields froze my ears so this really came in handy!
If you want to make this on your own here is a rough pattern.
Feel free to make your changes to it as you see fit.
US size I crochet hook
scrap yarn (I used worsted weight)
Chain 65, turn
Row 1– skip the first two stitches, and HDC (half double crochet) in the front loop across (63 stitches). Chain 2 and turn
Rows 2 – 9– repeat row 1
Leave enough yarn to sew up the ends with either a yarn needle or crocheted together.
Put on and save your ears from those sub-zero February days 😉
Take your plain headband and dress it up. FREE FLOWER PATTERN HERE