I went to visit my beautiful nieces at their fairytale castle. Only to realize the Swiper had swiped their royal princess crowns! But that is no problem a little yarn and a hook can't fix. 😉 You can also check out the crown pattern for your little kings and my new improved pattern for the princess crown 🙂
Princess Crown Crochet Pattern
Worsted Weight Yarn (I used Red Heart Super Saver)
F/3.75MM Crochet Hook
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
HDC – Half Double Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
PS – Puff Stitch
CH 76(for toddler) or CH 80 (for child size), slip stitch to first chain (make sure chain is not twisted)
CH 1, SC around, Connect to CH 1
CH 2, HDC around, Connect to top of CH 2
Slip stitch in next 24 (for toddler) or 26 stitches (for child), SC in next 4 stitches, HDC in next 5 stitches, DC in next 10 stitches, HDC in next 5 stitches, SC in next 4 stitches, turn,
skip stitch, 2 HDC in next stitch- CH 2- 2 HDC(all in one stitch), skip stitch, slip stitch
skip stitch, 2 DC in next stitch- CH 2- 2 DC(all in one stitch), skip stitch, slip stitch in next stitch, SC in next stitch
skip 2 stitches , 3 DC in next stitch- CH 2- 3 DC(all in one stitch), skip 2 stitches , SC in next stitch, slip stitch
skip stitch, 2 DC in next stitch- CH 2- 2 DC(all in one stitch), skip stitch, slip stitch
skip stitch, 2 HDC in next stitch- CH 2- 2 HDC(all in one stitch), skip stitch, slip stitch in next 2 stitches
Turn, slip stitch in back across to the back of the crown but when you reach every CH 2 space on the top of each point you ~Slip stitch in Ch 2 space, CH 2, PS, Ch 2, Slip stitch in same CH 2 space~ (To do the puff stitch you need to yarn over, put hook in stitch, yarn over, pull through, repeat two more times, pulling yarn through a total of 7 hoops)
Looks really good 🙂 Awesome job! I know what im making this weekend 😀
Tammy Davis says
I really like that crown pattern. I have seen several other places and I think your is my favorite…Good work and thanks for sharing it with us who can’t make our own patterns..Having to buy patterns get expensive quick…factor in all the other stuff you have to buy to crochet and it is not a cheap hobby…love your page and I am trying to help get the word out about your page…God bless you…
Thank you! Yes patterns get expensive quick! And then you have to hope it turns out right or its a waste of money. That’s one of the main reasons I have started this blog. 🙂 I am glad you like it!!
Caroline zabel says
Hi my name is caroline my daughters friend had a baby at 22 weeks shes a litle princess do u do new born sizes
Hi! I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your pattern! It’s very easy, I whipped up three crowns today with some leftover yarn! You can see it here: http://ellenscreativepassage.blogspot.com/2012/04/every-princess-needs-crown.html
Brittany @ My Decoupaged Life says
Wow! I love it! Much more durable than some other crowns my daughter has. I just learned to crochet and am slowly getting better, so maybe some day I’ll try this pattern! Thanks!
Just came here from ellenscreativepassage. Can’t wait to get to my yarn!
I’d love a printer friendly version of this. I’m going to attempt to make some for a toy donation drive. Thanks for the free pattern.
Gennifer Barrs says
My sister is having a frog prince baby shower. Any chance you could tell me how to adjust the pattern for a newborn/infant? I am VERY new to this hobby. Thank you!
I will work on this after I am finished with my current project. When is the baby shower?
Gennifer Barrs says
Thank you so much! The shower isn’t until the end of September. I appreciate this so much, it will be the perfect thing!
Thank you for the beautiful pattern. I made this for my daughters birthday and it turned out great, she is going to love it!
This is so cute! Does anyone know of a way to do this on a loom?
Wish I could help :/
How can I adjust this for a newborn baby girl. Or 0-3mos? Very cute!
Here you go 😀 I think this one is the cutest with the way I put it together anyways 🙂 https://stitch11.memberhost.io/size-0-3-month-princess-crown/
Hi I just made the crown adn love it, but is there a way to make it stiffer?
You could try using a smaller hook, modifying the pattern for two stands of yarn, or starching it?
I whipped this up super quick! Love it:) thank you so much for this quick easy pattern.
Can anyone make this for my preemie
She was born at 28 weeks 1lb 14
She is now 3 weeks and 2lb 3 head circumference about 25cm
Please email me with details if yes
I would love to make this…..however, I cannot seem to get it to print. Ideas?
Hmm, If the “print” option doesn’t work, have you tried hitting “Ctrl P” And maybe select “print options” to choose what pages to print? Sorry for the inconvenience.
It is awesome,thanks for sharing the pattern. It will be a prefect gift for my new niece..I’ll make it soon..
I don’t understand slip stitch in back across to the back of the crown. Can u clarify?
You slip stitch into each stitch on the back of the crown.
Super easy to follow! Thanks so much for sharing this great pattern!
This is amazing but do u have a newborn size pattern
I do have this for newborns. https://stitch11.memberhost.io/newborn-princess-hat-with-braids/
And this for 0-3 month. https://stitch11.memberhost.io/size-0-3-month-princess-crown/
Thank you do much for sharing your pattern! I cannot wait to make a few of these to gift to expectant friends of mine!
I found this pattern a few years back and I have made it for every baby girl I have known since. I have even enlarged it for a couple of moms. Thanks so much! It’s easy, fun to make, and so well loved!
Sarah Lin says
I love your pattern and I tried to crochet the crown. But I stuck somewhere and couldn’t follow the instructions quite well. I’m wondering if there is a YouTube, so I can view the video to learn?
Cary Hanna says
I’m am having a lot of trouble keeping the chain straight/untwisted as I work on the first row …I’ve tried it 4 times now. Any advice?
Elsie Cray says
There’s no mention of where the round starts and stops. Can be very confusing with those of us new to crocheting.