I created this pattern a couple of years ago right after I learned how to crochet. I can’t stand to have my hair in my eyes especially during the summer. This pattern is quick and easy. It should only take about 30 minutes. I also like to use Lily’s Sugar’n Cream yarn because it is 100% cotton. Cotton breathes a lot better than acrylic yarns, especially during this time of year - you want some ventilation. I used a size H crochet hook. You can crochet headbands in all sorts of colors to wear with everything!
First you chain 28.
Then for your first row go into the 25th chain with 3 double crochets, and single chain in between the 2nd and 3rd double crochet.
Then for the rest of the headband you will chain 3 at the start of every row and 3 double crochets with a single chain after the 2nd and 3rd double crochet.
When you reach the length that you want, or use your head to measure the circumference of your headband, then you are ready to decrease. I chain 3, and then decrease over the next 3 and then chain 25 and bind off. Tuck your ends in. Never just cut the end of your yarn; if it comes loose, your whole project could unravel. Here is a really cute epattern Too-Cute Kerchiefs Crochet from Leisure Arts and yes it is really too cute. I was thinking about how to make one this afternoon - I'm totally going to try this!