[Free Pattern] This Crochet Headband Feels Comfortable, Fits Securely And Looks Amazing!

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With Christmas coming soon, we all really enjoy the faster to crochet and smaller items like this awesome crochet headband.  One size fits most. That's pretty awesome! This Amazing Grace Headband by Beatrice Ryan Designs is a fantastic headband pattern which fits great and looks awesome!


Done using the reverse single crochet aka the crab stitch, this headband is quick and easy to make and the instructions are very easy to follow. If you're crocheting charity items for the homeless and working poor, this pattern is perfect!

These designs are dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness. When making these projects please consider donating to those who are suffering or recovering from Breast Cancer.(Source)

Amazing Grace Headband by Beatrice Ryan Designs

Thanks to Beatrice Ryan Designs for article inspiration and featured image.

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196 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] This Crochet Headband Feels Comfortable, Fits Securely And Looks Amazing!”

  1. I meant other links when you save them for a while. Not today’s pattern. Is there a time period that patterns are available? I also thank you for giving patterns free so many of them are just beautiful.

  2. They are cute…need to get some new patterns.. No printer right now…will share get later…are tickets on sale for that show in March yet. We seriously want to go with you and Roy… Let me know.

  3. This is an amazing pattern. Thanks for sharing! I started a group at work of knitters and crocheters that stitch for charity. This would be a great pattern for Knots of Love.

  4. When I clicked on the link above^ I was able to get the pattern. The other link gave me crazy add stuff directed me away from the link. I didn’t get an error message either on the other link. This link above took me right there.

  5. Is there a reason your website is designed in such a way that it is difficult to find the “free” pattern. I am not a stupid person but I search and search and can not find the “free” pattern. Why can’t you simply put a direct link to the pattern under the picture and a button so we can print off the dang thing. geez. Would even pay money for these patterns but they are too hard to find!

  6. Thank you so much! I love this pattern! I just finished my first of many and will be able to make good use of my yarn stash. Plan to make some for my granddaughters, some to donate and definitely some for me!

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