About the Designer:


My name is Cassandra, I am a closet designer and an avid self-taught crocheter. I have been crocheting for 12 years. I love creating simple beautiful pieces for the whole family!

I hope you enjoy this sweet little headband pattern.


Tips for Pattern

  • This pattern is worked on both sides of the Foundation Single Crochet Row. After the foundation row is done, you will switch to regular Ch’s with a Bobble stitch at the end. This is to tie the headband on your head.
  • This pattern is adjustable. This pattern is worked in multiples of 6+1.
  • After completing the second set of Ch’s for the tie you will Slst into the middle of the rows. There is no stitch there you will make it a stitch.

Abbreviations in Pattern (US terms)

Fdsc- Foundation Single Crochet
Ch- Chain
Sk- Skip
Slst- Slip Stitch
Sc- Single Crochet
Dc- Double Crochet

Special Stitches:

Foundations Single Crochet
Chain 2, insert hook into the second chain from the hook and pull up loop. Yarn over and pull through the first loop on the hook to make a chain stitch. Yarn over and pull through both loops on the hook to make a single crochet. 

Yarn over, insert hook into stitch and pull up a loop. Yarn over, pull through two. Repeat in the same stitch space until you have a total of 5 loops on your hook, end with a Ch to secure bobble.



Tapestry Needle
Scissors Stitch Markers
4..0 Crochet Hook
Medium (4) weight yarn Loops and Threads Flecks



Row 1- Fdsc 55,

ch 34, bobble st in ch 33, slst back down ch.




 Working down the foundation ch *sc in first st, sk 2 ch’s 7dc in the next st.* repeat from * until the last st.

Ch 34, bobble in ch space 33, slst back down the chain. Slst into the middle of the base of work.

Row 2- Working on the bottom of work, *sc in first st. Sk 2 st, 7dc in space where the 7dc’s are from previous row, see photo above.* Repeat from 8 until the end of the row. Finish off and weave in ends.