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Crochet Head Band Pattern, Boho Style

Between a new hair style and having to take on smaller projects at the moment, I had a good reason to design us all a new crochet head band pattern. One that can be worn with short hair, long hair, forwards, backwards etc.

I really like making boho style stuff sometimes, and it’d been a while, so I think this crochet head band pattern is past due.

It’s another one of those perfect scrap yarn, spare time projects that you can make in an afternoon without a lot of fuss or yarn.

I used Yarn Bee Wrapology Hues Passion Flower #2 sport weight yarn in the making of this crochet head band pattern. You can use any yarn you like.

For this project it isn’t as important, because it doesn’t have to be an exact fit. Keep in mind that if you use a different yarn, it may look a little different than the one here.

Matching crochet headband and kimono cardigan

The headband pictured was made from the leftover yarn from this Kimono Cardigan. Here it is in case you missed that one.

If you’re looking for some other small projects like this for yourself this week, you might like some of these below.

1 Crochet Drawstring Pom Pom Bag / 2 Easy Crochet Cowl / 3 Crochet Basket

If you’re looking for something ad free to carry on the go, you can browse my ad free PDF pattern shops below to find something you’ll love.

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Ravelry

Lovecraft

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Materials

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Stitches Used & Code (US Term)

  • ch = chain
  • st = stitch(es)
  • dc = double crochet
  • sp = space
  • sk = skip
  • REP = repeat
  • ” = inches

Skill: Easy

Notes:

  • The pattern is written in English US terminology
  • This pattern is in multiples of 2+3 ch
  • This pattern is a 2 rows repeat (Row 2 and 3)

Gauge: 14 dc X 8 rows = 4″

Measurements: 3.5″ Tall X 42″ Long

About the head band

When you make your starting chain, that will be the length of your head band. If you want a longer or shorter headband, just make more or less chain when you start. Be sure to have a multiple of 2+3 ch.

It’s meant to be worn tied from the ends, with a bow or knot, however you prefer. Be creative and have fun.

Crochet Headband Written Pattern

Row 1: ch 149, sk 3 ch (count as 1 dc), 1 dc into next ch and each ch across. Total of 147 st

Row 2: Turn, ch 4 (count as 1 dc and 1 ch sp), sk next st, 1 dc into next st, *ch 1, sk next st, 1 dc into next st* REP from *TO* across. Total of 147 st (including ch 1 spaces)

Row 3: Turn, ch 3 (count as 1 dc), * 1 dc into ch 1 sp, 1 dc into dc st* REP from *TO* across. Total of 147 st

REP Row 2 and Row 3, 2 more times. You’ll have a total of 7 rows

The end of row 7 cut the yarn and weave all the ends

If you’d like a shorter or taller headband, just REP row 2 and 3 less or more times.

The crochet boho headband is complete

If you made it this far, you did it! (Or you just skimmed to here, thanks for sticking around😊 ) Congratulations on your finished boho crochet head band. Hope you enjoyed making it. If not, I hope you’re making something else fun. This will be here when you come back.

Until then, happy crocheting ✌💖🧶

Wearing my crochet headband