Glamorous Devil Horn Headband | Halloween Headband - Darn Good Yarn

Glamorous Devil Horn Headband | Halloween Headband

Written by Kate Curry

We all feel a little devilish sometimes. Follow along with this super easy and adorable headband project!


1 skein of Silk Roving Worsted Weight Yarn - Black
1 skein of Sparkle Silk Worsted Roving Weight Yarn - Jasper
5.5 mm crochet hook
Polyfil stuffing


*If you need the ties for the headband larger, you should have enough black yarn to add more chains!


CO: Cast on
CH(s): Chain(s)
DC: Double crochet
SLST: Slip stitch
ST(S): Stitch(es)
BO: Bind off
MR: Magic ring
SC: Single croche
INC: Increase

Let’s Get Started!

A pair of black and red crochet devil horns are curled up creepily on a green background.

Make The Headband

CO and CH 30
Row 1: CH 1 and turn your work. DC the whole row.
Row 2-4: Repeat row 1
Row 5: SLST into the final ST and BO.
Row 6: CO to your hook again. Insert your hook into the 2nd CH on the side of your long swatch. Anchor your yarn to the side by SLST.
An image showing how to slip stitch the black yarn to the side of the headband
The brown crochet hook is attached to the end of the headband, ready to make the chains to create the straps.

Row 7: CH 45. BO and snip your ends.
Row 8: Repeat row 4 and 5 on the opposite side of your headband. These long chains will become the ties. *

The Horns

Create a MR and CH 1
Round 1: SC 2 into the MR (2)
Round 2: SC 1 and INC (3)
Round 3: SC 2 & INC (4)
Round 4: SC 3 & INC(5)
Round 5: SC 4 & INC(6)
Round 6: SC 5 & INC (7)
Round 7: SC 6 & INC (8)
Round 8: SC 7 & INC (9)
Round 9: SC 8 & INC (10)
Round 10: SC 9 & INC (11)
Round 11: SC 10 & INC (12)
Round 12: SC 11 & INC (13)
Round 13: SC 12 & INC (14)
Round 14: SC 13 & INC (15)
Round 15: SC the round
Stuff the horn.
Using a strand of black yarn, sew your horns onto the headband in every stitch.

Meet the Author

Profile picture of the author, Kate Curry, wearing a dark red Nanda Poncho sitting on concrete stairs in front of brick wall.

Kate has been on the Darn Good Yarn team since 2018.

They have their degree in Creative Art Therapy & Psychology - and like crafting and animals a little too much.