Knitted princess crowns are perfect for babies, children and adults alike. They can be used for dress up, birthday parties, props and newborn baby photo shoots. If you have a princess in your family, try one of the 15 princess crown knitting patterns we have listed.
Most knitted crown patterns are fairly simple and can be completed by a beginner or intermediate level knitter.
Crowns are Not only for Royalty
Why should royalty be the only ones who get to wear a crown? All children love to play dress up. And a knitted crown will make them feel as though they are in a fairy tale. And why should children be the only ones that get to indulge in the fun?
Make yourself a crown too and join in on the excitement. You probably loved playing make believe when you were young, and now have an excuse to do it again.
Princess Crown are Fun and Easy to Make
Princess crown knitting patterns are easy to knit. They require little yarn and can often be completed in one evening. They can be made in any colour, so they are perfect for using up scrap yarn.
If you are looking for a unique gift idea, a princess crown will be sure to please. From a tiny little crown for a newborn to a glitzy crown for a true princess at heart.
Once you finish a princess crown knitting pattern, you can add your own embellishments. Sew on buttons, gems or pearls. You know what your recipient likes. Make the crown match their personality. Use colourful embellishments for a fun and whimsical crown or use muted colours for a more regal look.
Below are 15 of the sweetest princess crown knitting patterns we could find. We hope you enjoy looking through them.
15 Knitted Crown Patterns
1. Princess Crown Knitting Pattern by Thevelvetacorn
Here is a very regal looking crown that would make a lovely addition to your kids’ playthings. Make any little girl feel like a princess it this beautiful crown.
We would recommend this pattern for an intermediate level knitter. The pattern includes instructions for 3 sizes: toddler, child and adult.
Get the Pattern by Thevelvetacorn HERE
2. Royal Baby Crown Knitting Pattern by Sweetbabydolly
If you have a princess in your family, she will love wearing this princess crown. Using chunky yarn, you can knit this easy pattern in no time. You can add your own embellishments or follow the instruction to create the bobbles.
This cute princess crown knitting pattern includes instructions for newborn, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, toddler, and child sizes. You will need to know basic knitting techniques. The crown is knitted flat and stitched up the back
Get the Pattern by sweetbabydolly HERE
3. Knitted crown headband Pattern by YellowMittensDesign
Since this princess crown knitting pattern has ties, it can fit a child or an adult. Use your child’s favourite colour, or choose a colour that will match their outfit.
This pattern is beginner friendly. An experienced knitter can finish it in about two hours. It is knitted flat in one piece.
Get the Pattern by YellowMittensDesign HERE
4. Elegant Knit Crown Pattern by Kathryn Andrews
What little girl does not want to be a princess? This elegant knitted crown pattern will make playing dress up even more fun.
This simple pattern is knitted from the top-down. By using stretchy cast-on and bind-off, the princess crown can fit a wide range of sizes.
Get the Pattern by Kathryn Andrews HERE
5. Knitted Crown Headband Pattern from DragonflyDownloads
This cute princess crown headband is perfect for dress up or special occasions. The pearls add a touch of elegance. Use gold yarn and pearls for a stately look. Or fun bright colours with buttons for something whimsical.
You will need basic knitting and crochet skills to complete this princess crown knitting pattern. Pattern includes sizes from newborn to toddler.
Get the Pattern from DragonflyDownloads HERE
6. Crown Knitting Pattern by PeonyKnits
Every little girl is a princess. And this elegant princess crown would be great for any occasion. It is fashionable and will keep your child warm.
We would recommend this princess crown knitting pattern for an intermediate level knitter. Pattern includes 3 different sizes: toddler, child and adult.
Get the Pattern by PeonyKnits HERE
7. The Royal Beanie Knitted Crown Pattern by LittleImaginKnits
It can be difficult for a little one to keep a crown on their head. This beanie type princess crown removes that aggravation. You will not have to worry about it slipping down over their face.
The royal beanie hat is knitted using knit and purl stitches. It is worked flat with a stitched seam. To finish the hat, sew on jewel embellishments. Instructions include 4 sizes from toddler to adult.
Get the Pattern by LittleImaginKnits HERE
8. Free Knit Crown Pattern by Lauren Aston Designs
Is your dog a princess? Of course, it is. This free knitted crown pattern includes sizes for children, adults and even your dog. It can easily be completed by a beginner.
By using chunky yarn and some basic stitches, an experienced knitter can create this in as little as half an hour.
Get the Pattern by Lauren Aston Designs HERE
9. Knit Crown Headband Ear Warmers by SydneyAndGrace
These princess crowns make excellent ear warmers. These are perfect for those chilly fall days. They are stylish and warm.
The pattern is “one size fits most.” There is also a bonus baby crown pattern. This princess crown knitting pattern can be completed in as little as 2 hours by an intermediate knitter.
Get the Pattern by SydneyAndGrace Here
10. Princess Crown Knitting Pattern by JustEasyKnitting
A princess crown would make a cute addition to any child’s wardrobe. Every child should be able to feel like royalty.
If you are a beginner, this pattern should be easy to complete. The pattern includes 3 sizes; Small 6 to 12 months, medium 1 – 3 years, and large 3 – 5 years.
Get the Pattern by JustEasyKnitting HERE
11. Little Prince(ss) Crown Knitting Pattern by KidsAndCuddle
Every child deserves to have a crown. Change the colours to create a crown for a boy or a crown for a girl. This headband beanie will help keep them warm on those chilly fall days.
This knitting pattern includes instructions for sizes 0-1 y, 1-2 y, 2-4 y, and 4+ y.
Find the Pattern by KidsAndCuddle HERE
12. Knitted Crown Headband from Hobbii
If you are looking for a free princess crown knitting pattern you can use for the whole family, this is a great choice. With this pattern, you can use up your scrap yarn.
The princess crown headband is knit double-stranded in the round with rib stitches. There are sizes available for children as well as an adult.
Find the Pattern from Hobbii HERE
13. Crown Knitting Pattern by KnutsForKnits
Here is an adorable princess crown. The pattern is knitted in the round and includes ribbing. The finished crown will have a little stretch to it, so it will fit your child for a while. There are three sizes available: baby, child and adult.
Get the Pattern by KnutsForKnits HERE
14. Crown Knitting Pattern by CroftOrchardCrafts
Here is a beautiful baby princess crown. Its simple design makes it perfect for a newborn baby photo session. We believe every baby’s arrival should be treated as a royal occasion.
This princess crown knitting pattern is easy to understand and complete. There are instructions for a headband and a crown. It uses double knitting thickness yarn and standard single point needles. Sizes range from preemie to adult.
Get the Pattern by CroftOrchardCrafts HERE
15. Princess Crown Knitting Pattern by NorthStarKnitsShop
This cute princess crown would be perfect for a newborn baby photoshoot or a princess birthday party. It is suitable for both a little princess and a little prince.
The pattern is simple and uses very little yarn. Sizing is available from newborn to adult large.
Get the Pattern by NorthStarKnitsShop HERE
PRINCESS CROWNS ARE GREAT FOR PARTIES, DRESSUP AND PHOTO SHOOTS. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A UNIQUE GIFT IDEA, MAKE ONE OF THESE PRINCESS CROWN KNITTING PATTERNS.
At some point in time, every little girl dreams about being a princess. Make their dreams come true with one of these princess crown knitting patterns. You will make them feel like royalty. You can create several for your kids, a couple for your sister’s kids and maybe a handful of these for your neighbours’ kids as well.
We hope our list has motivated you to make a crown. From simple designs to a jewelled crown, we are sure that we have included the perfect princess knitting pattern for you.