Horned Headband – Free Pattern
I had this odd idea to add horns to headbands. We are going to a Anime Comic Con this summer, so really I was thinking of an easy cosplay for myself.
So far I have come up with 4 different types. I haven’t got my daughter to pose with all the headbands.
Here’s me in my first set, before I finished them.
Here’s the first one finished. They were immediately annexed by my teenager.
Here’s your free pattern for the last set of horns. Enjoy. The others will be up eventually. Please use #drunkenauntwendy if you make them and post on Instagram.
Worsted Weight Yarn
I love this yarn – Pink
I love this yarn – Neon Blue
Black Plastic Headband
Size E crochet hook
Large Eye Needle
SC – Single Crochet
FO – Fasten Off
SL ST – Slip Stitch
INC – Make two Single Crochet in Same Stitch
DEC – Single Crochet two stitches together
BLO – Back Loops Only
Note: Entire project is worked in the round. Use a stitch marker or a scrap piece of yarn to mark the beginning of each row. Then you don’t have to count every row. Do not join unless instructed to.
Parentheses indicate a repeat. Repeat the stitches in the parentheses for the number of times indicated.
The bracketed number  is the number of stitches at the end of each row.
I spread my increases out so there isn’t a seam on the finished piece. If you do not like this method, you can do regular increases.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at email@example.com.
HORNS (Make 2)
Ch 2, in Neon Blue
Round 1: 4 SC in 2nd Ch from hook .
Round 2: INC in 1st Stitch, 3 SC .
Round 3: INC, 4 SC .
Round 4: INC, 5 SC .
Round 5: INC, 6 SC .
Round 6: INC, 7 SC .
Round 7: INC, 8 SC .
Round 8: Add pink, alternate SC in pink and blue for the row . Drop Blue at the end.
Round 9: INC, 9 SC .
Round 10: INC, 10 SC .
Round 11: INC, 11 SC .
Round 12: INC, 12 SC .
Round 13: INC, 13 SC .
Round 14: INC, 14 SC .
Round 15: In BLOS, DEC 8 times .
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.
Thread tail through the last row and pull up tight to close. Using the tail, attach the horns to the headband with the horns pointing backwards. Use several straight stitches to secure the horns.