Crochet Lovely Flower Headband Free Pattern

Crochet Lovely Flower Headband Free Pattern


Crochet Lovely Flower Headband Free Pattern

Hi everyone, this week I am bringing to you this crochet lovely flower headband free pattern. This is a super feminine crochet hairband, perfect for the Spring and Summer. This crochet design features the beautiful flower granny square which I created a few weeks ago.

The video tutorial can be found here:

Crochet Lovely Flower Headband Free Pattern: The Design

This crochet headband features the lovely flower granny square that I designed a few years ago. I used this flower granny square for this flower granny square Boho bag from a few weeks ago. This is perfect if you want to create a bag that matches this headband! As I was crocheting this bag, I was thinking these squares were perfect for many more crochet projects. I then decided to design more projects with this squares.

Crochet Lovely Flower Headband Free Pattern
This crochet hairband is so feminine

If you like crochet headbands, you can have a look at my many designs. The Crochet Headband With Flowers is easy to crochet and looks very delicate, featuring lovely flowers. The Shell Stitch Headband is also a very feminine and delicate design that can be made fast and in many different colors. I love crochet hairbands because they look so pretty and they are a perfect accessory for every season.

Crocheted headbands are also great if you are looking to make accessories for festival season. This romantic boho headband is easy to make, and is the loveliest accessory for Spring and Summer too! And lastly, this Boho headband I crocheted a few years ago has been one of my most popular projects to date. Let me know if you make any of these projects, I love to know!

Crochet Lovely Flower Headband Free Pattern: The Yarn

For this project I used Drops Muskat yarn, which is a 100% cotton light 3/DK weight yarn. As you probably know, this is one of my favorite yarns to date. It is soft and shiny, but it is also very high quality too. I have made many projects using this yarn.

Crochet Lovely Flower Headband Free Pattern
Cotton yarn is perfect for headbands

Indeed, I have used this yarn many times these past few months. I have crocheted this romantic Boho bag with this yarn a few weeks ago. This is a very feminine and delicate project to make, and it features little diamante appliques too. This delicate purse pattern is also perfect if you want to make little crocheted gifts for loved ones! Cotton yarn is so great to use for small accessories such as bags, purses and headbands too.

I also love this cotton yarn to make crocheted hair accessories. Indeed, the festival headband design I made a few weeks ago is perfect if you are looking for a fast yet fun crochet project to make. I also crocheted this Cottagecore inspired bandana a few months ago; this feminine design features the granny triangle pattern, and is made with two colors too. One of my favorite crochet designs using this yarn is this romantic hair ribbon. This hair ribbon is very dainty and delicate, and has been a very popular design since it’s release.

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Crochet Lovely Flower Headband: The Pattern

You can find the ad free, large print, PDF pattern for this project from my Etsy store here: Crochet Romantic Flower Granny Hairband PDF Pattern

You can find the ad free, large print, PDF pattern for this project from my Ravelry store here: Crochet Romantic Flower Granny Hairband PDF Pattern

Level: Easy +


Gauge is not crucial for completion of this project. Please refer to individual Sunburst Granny Square measurements for gauge information.

Size of each Sunburst Granny Square

3,2”x3,2” (8 cm x 8 cm)

Size of finished project (excluding straps)

3,2” (8 cm) x 20” (51 cm)


I will be using US terms (British terms in brackets).


– 2 skeins of Drops Muskat in shade Off White

– 1 skein each of Drops Muskat yarn in shades:

06 Desert Rose

30 Vanilla Yellow

– A 4 mm crochet hook

– A pair of scissors

– A tapestry needle

– Sewing pins (optional)


Ch: chain

Sl st: slip stitch

St: stitch

Sk: skip

SC: Single Crochet (UK Double Crochet)

DC: Double Crochet (UK Treble Crochet)

EOR: End of round/End of row

Pattern begins here

For this project, we will start by making 6 individual flower Granny Squares in the three different colors indicated above, and as explained step by step in this pattern. Once all these squares are crocheted, we will be sewing them together to create the initial shape of the headband.

We will then be sewing these squares together as explained step by step in this pattern. We will then crochet identical straps on each corner of the 4 corners of this headband.

Flower Granny Square (make 6)

With shade Vanilla Yellow, make a slip knot.

Ch 4, sl st to 1st chain to create a circle into which we will be working.

Note: you can use the magic circle to begin if you prefer.

Round 1: Ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), place 12 SC inside the circle you made. Slip stitch to the first SC to close off round.

Note: Make sure you fasten in your loose end under your stitches, so that you can pull this loose end to tighten original circle made of 4 chains or magic circle.

Fasten off color Vanilla Yellow.

Round 1
Round 1

Round 2: Attach color Desert Rose to any stitch.

Ch 3 (=DC), place DC into same 1st st (=2 DC in stitch); ch 1, * place 2 DC into next stitch, ch 1; repeat from * until eor (make sure you finish this round with a ch 1).

Sl st to first chain 3 to close off round. Fasten off color Desert Rose.

Round 2
Round 2

Round 3:

Note: We will be placing this round’s stitches in the chain 1 spaces from the previous round. This means you will be fastening on color Off White in a chain space from the previous round so as to work between the pink β€œpetals” (=the cluster of 2 DCs we have just crocheted). It doesn’t matter which space you fasten on color Off White.

Ch 3 (=DC), place 2 DC, ch 2, 3 DC into the chain space you attached yarn to (=1st corner); [skip 2 DC from previous round and go directly into next chain space with 3 DC] twice.

*Sk 2 DC from previous round, go directly into next chain space with 3 DC, ch 2, 3 DC (=corner); [sk 2 DC from previous round and go directly into next chain space with 3 DC] twice* Repeat from * to * another two times.

Sl st to first ch 3 to close off round.


Round 3
Round 3

Create headband shape and sewing

Place your 6 squares on a flat surface as follows:

Crochet headband

Once you have placed your squares as seen in photo above, sew the squares together so as to create a long strip of flower squares. For this part of the project, you should use a piece of yarn in color Off White and a tapestry needle, and you can use the mattress stitch for this part.

Once you have finished sewing each square together, fasten off and tidy up all loose ends.

Crochet the straps onto each corner of the project

Attach yarn to 1st corner of the headband, and ch 50.

Sl st through 2nd ch, and until eor; secure hair tie to project by slip stitching through a stitch on the headband, fasten off and tidy up loose end.

Tie yarn to each remaining 3 corners of project, ch 50 and sl st into 2nd ch, and into each chain until you reach eor. Fasten off and tidy up all loose ends.



  • Christi

    I have a question. On round three (first of off white) it states that we will be working in the chain stitch of previous round. Round two only lists the beginning chain. Am I misreading?

    Thank you

    • Selina Veronique

      Hi! Thank you for stopping by. So I have just been over the pattern, and for round 3 you will be working in the chain spaces from round 2 in between each petal? I hope this makes sense. That is why it is written that to begin round 3 you need to attach yarn to any space in between petals to create the rest of the square.
      I hope this helps!

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