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Boho Chic Flowers Headband free crochet pattern

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free crochet pattern the easiest boho chic flowers headband

Oh, flowers, I do love you so. In fact, I’m such a flower-lover that I can’t stop adding flowers to my easy crochet patterns. Seriously, I have been whipping up flower appliques like, 5 minutes easy daisy, pinwheel flowers, flower power scrub and sticking them on everything. boho flowers crown hariband frr crochet pattern

When I tried adding them to a delicate headband though, it just didn’t look right. So, I created a brand new easy boho chic flower headband pattern for you that’s perfect for beginners and up. It not only looks adorable, it’s simple to make!

easy boho chic flowers crochet hairband free pattern

Now, because the flowers are so adorably delicate, I used a 1.25mm crochet hook. They just wouldn’t turn out the same if I used a large hook, so I went small. For the leaf I use 3.5 mm hook.

boho chic flowers headband free crochet pattern

This makes the pattern a great practice piece for those who are just learning to crochet and need to practice their small stitches. If you’re working on it and make a mistake, don’t worry! You can always rip out the stitch and try again.

boho chic flowers headband for beginner free crochet pattern

I used a 4 ply and 8 ply acrylic yarn for this pattern, because it needed to have a bit more shape and weight than some of my other designs. However, because it’s so delicate and small, it doesn’t feel heavy on your head. I’m definitely not a fan of headbands that make you sweaty! You can use any color yarn you want which makes it the perfect accessory for any outfit. My friend actually helped test out the pattern for me and made one in colors that her young daughter loved. It looked adorable!

boho chic crochet flowers free pattern headbands

Since the pattern is customizable, if you need to make it longer to accommodate a larger head, you can absolutely do that. If you’re making it for a child, just eliminate some of the stitches to make it fit. The boho chic flower headband is easy enough to do that you can whip up a bunch of them in no time.

boho chic flower headband

Get the free pattern below or this pattern is also available as an inexpensive, ad-free, PDF printable instant download  in my etsy shop. Thank you so much for your love and support. I am really appreciate you.

Gauge: no need

Let’s get start!

– I used cotton and acrylic yarn or  Lion brand 24/7 cotton

-1.25 mm crochet hook

– 3.50mm crochet hook

– Sewing yarn needle

Skill and abbreviations

You will need to know how to make magic ring

-Sl st (slip knot)

-sc which mean-double crochet

-dc which mean double crochet

-hdc which mean half double crochet

-ch, Chain

This pattern is made for beginners!  There is a basic skill level required to make the hat design.

To make the foundation chain pick up your 3.5 mm hook, and start with slip knot then crochet 170 chains. (or until the chain is at the length you want the headband to be)

small crochet flower easy

Flower , pick up your 1.25 mm hook and 4 ply yarn or fingering yarn

Round1. Make magic ring or adjustable ring and 4sc in ring (4 sts)

Round2. (Sl  st in the first stitch and  4hdc all in this same stitch)  repeat it around  at the end you will get 4 petals. Fastern off and leave long tal for attach the flower to foundation chain.

easy crochet leaf free pattern

Leaf pick up 3.5 mm hook and 8 ply or 10 ply yarn

Start with 5 chains , then sl st in the next chain from hook, then make 1hdc in next, 1dc in next and in the last chain make sl st then fasten off and leave long tail for attach the leaf to the foundation chain.

If you make one, tag me on social media and let me see! Happy crocheting, friends!

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Friday 31st of March 2023

Love all your patterns. Thank you for sharing them


Thursday 13th of April 2023

Thank you Pamela.


Sunday 20th of March 2022

Hey Jane, every year at my school we have a decades concert and this year it is the 1960's. I think I might make this as my headpiece for the concert. Thank you so much!

Deborah Stewart

Friday 28th of July 2017

Thank you so much for sharing this. It is so pretty. I actually plan to use it as garlands for my kitchen curtains, which I'm currently in the middle of creating from a bunch of different crocheted flowers. (Still got lots of flowers to crochet!) This is just perfect!


Friday 28th of July 2017

Aww thanks you Deborah you so sweet for visit my blog and leave such a cheerful comment u just make my day. U might also like my flower crown as well please check it out put in the search box" flower crown"


Friday 30th of June 2017

I would really like to see pictures of how you do the attaching. If you ever have the time and inclination, it would be very helpful. I still can't picture sewing the flowers on or what I should do with the ends, It's a beautiful headband. There is just so little to attach to that I can't picture how to do it without having ends sticking out everywhere.


Monday 3rd of July 2017

Hi, Irma. sure I will make a video tutorial as soon as I can just for u.


Thursday 29th of June 2017

I guess I'm a little confused. I see you left tails on the flowers and leaves to attach to the foundation chain, but you don't really say exactly how you are supposed to attach them. Are you supposed to tie each one on where you want to place it? What do you do with the ends? Are you supposed to weave them into the foundation chain? I just need a little more clarification.


Thursday 29th of June 2017

Hi Irma, Thankss you for stopping by. So I leave long tail for each one of the flower and leaf for attached each one of them to the foundation chain by using the yarn needle.