Easy Crochet Flower Headband


Beginner crochet fans will love this easy and fun Crochet Flower Headband. Great for little girls and adults alike, this simple crochet pattern is a great way to use up your leftover yarn. Best of all, you can use this crocheted flower pattern to also create coasters, crocheted home decor, and more. With a little creativity and some fun springy yarn colors, you can whip up a whole crocheted bouquet of accessories in no time. And since this headband can be worked up in just under an hour, these cute headbands make great last-minute gift ideas for everyone on your list.

Primary TechniqueCrochet



Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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  • I-hook/ 5.5mm
  • Worsted Weight Yarn (I used Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn)
  • Stitch Markers
  • Scissors
  • Yarn Needle



The Flower

R1: ch4, join into loop, ch3, dc11 into loop (12sts) sl st joining in new color

R2: ch3, dc in loop with starting chain, dc inc in ea sp around (24sts) sl st joining in new color

Work in sp between sts for this round.

R3: ch3, dc inc, dc inc, dc, fpdc in first row, *dc inc in next 3 spaces, dc, fpdc in first row* (repeat * to * around), dc in last st, sl st, fasten off. (42sts)


Make your chain choosing from the desired circumference shown below. Depending one your gauge, you may need to go up or down a hook size. Join into loop making sure it is straight- linked half double crochet (lhdc) around and fasten off /w sl st into first hdc.

ch60 = 18”
ch55 = 17”
ch50 = 16”
ch45 = 15”
ch40 = 14”



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What a cute gift idea! You could make a bunch of these in no time, and in any color! The pattern is easy enough to follow that even the least experienced crocheted can do it! Sometimes I do find the front post double crochet to be a little more difficult, but I think in this instance since it is only for one stitch in the grouping it will be pretty simple.



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