Boho Chic Rose Headband

BOHO CHIC ROSE HEADBAND

Boho Chic Rose Headband is a FREE CROCHET PATTERN

The Boho Chic Rose Headband pattern is part of the 2019 Bohemian Chic Blog Hop.
This pattern is crocheted in my favorite colors and was inspired by my love or roses.

“Share the art within you with the ones you love…”

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PREAMBLE

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Size: large (adult)

Skill:  easy

What you will crochet: a headband covered in roses

MATERIALS USED

  • Vinnis Colours Nikkim 100% cotton
    • 40g Scarab #14 (A)
    • 15g Bluebell #533 (B)
    • 15g Denim #512 (C)
    • 15g Sage #547 (D)
  • Sewing needle
  • Scissors

You are welcome to make the pattern in any yarn however depending on the yarn and your tension the size of the finished item may vary from mine.

If you would like to purchase the yarn I used you can find the details of your local stockist here.

NOTES AND TIPS

  • My pattern uses US terminology
  • The photos I have used in my tutorial’s are not always from this project – it is the stitches that I am showing you NOT the colour
  • I have also included helpful hints along the way, which are in italics
  • Use your stitch marker as often as you can, to help with stitch counting – count your stitches
  • And lastly – have FUN with the pattern

BASIC STITCHES

  • chain – ch
  • slip stitch – ss
  • single crochet – sc
  • double crochet – dc
  • half double crochet – hdc
  • space – sp
  • stitch/s – st/s
  • double crochet two together – dc2tog
  • Front post single crochet – fpsc
  • magic circle – mc (refer to special stitches)
  • needle join – nj (refer to special stitches)
  • double crochet decrease – dc decrease (refer to special stitches)
  • 5 double crochet picot – 5 dc picot (refer to special stitches)

SPECIAL STITCHES

PATTERN

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Boho Chic Rose Headband

Using a 3 mm hook and colour (A) chain 6

Row 1

Sc into the 2nd ch from hook, sc into next 4 chs, ch 1, turn work.

Stitch count: 5 sc

Row 2

Sc into 1st st, sc into next 4 sts, ch 1, turn work.

Stitch count: 5 sc

Row 3 – 14

Repeat row 2.

Stitch count: 5 sc

Row 15

Helpful hint: at the end of this row you chain 3 (not 1) this is the 1st dc for the next row.

Sc into 1st st, sc into next 4 sts, ch 3, turn work.

Stitch count: 5 sc

Row 16

(Ch 3 done at end of previous row counts as 1st dc), dc into next 4 sts, ch 3, turn work.

Stitch count: 5 dc

Row 17 – 18

Repeat row 16

Stitch count: 5 dc

Row 19

(Ch 3 done at end of previous row counts as 1st dc), dc into same st, dc into next 3 sts, 2 dc into last st, ch 3, turn work.

Stitch count: 7 dc

Row 20

(Ch 3 done at end of previous row counts as 1st dc), dc into same st, dc into next 5 sts, 2 dc into last st, ch 3, turn work.

Stitch count: 9 dc

Row 21

(Ch 3 done at end of previous row counts as 1st dc), dc into same st, dc into next 7 sts, 2 dc into last st, ch 3, turn work.

Stitch count: 11 dc

Row 22

(Ch 3 done at end of previous row counts as 1st dc), dc into same st, dc into next 9 sts, 2 dc into last st, ch 3, turn work.

Stitch count: 13 dc

Row 23

(Ch 3 done at end of previous row counts as 1st dc), dc into same st, dc into next 11 sts, 2 dc into last st, ch 3, turn work.

Stitch count: 15 dc

Row 24

(Ch 3 done at end of previous row counts as 1st dc), dc into same st, dc into next 13 sts, 2 dc into last st, ch 3, turn work.

Stitch count: 17 dc

Row 25

(Ch 3 done at end of previous row counts as 1st dc), dc into next 17 sts, ch 3, turn work.

Stitch count: 17 dc

Row 26 – 34

Repeat row 25

Stitch count: 17 dc

Row 35

Helpful hint: at the end of this row you chain 2 (not 3) this is the 1st part of the dc decrease for the next row.  Check the photo tutorial for the dc decrease technique I have used below.

(Ch 2 done at end of previous row counts as 1st part of the dc decrease), dc increase into next st, dc into next 13 sts, dc2tog over last 2 sts from previous row, ch 2, turn work.

Stitch count: 15 dc

You will have a ch 1 from previous row, insert hook into 1st dc sp, yarn over, pull up a loop, insert hook into 2nd dc sp, yarn over, pull up a hook, yarn over and pull through all the loops on your hook, make next dc into the next sp, and continue with instructions.

Row 36

(Ch 2 done at end of previous row counts as 1st part of the dc decrease), dc increase into next st, dc into next 12 sts, dc2tog over last 2 sts from previous row, ch 2, turn work.

Stitch count: 15 dc

Row 37

(Ch 2 done at end of previous row counts as 1st part of the dc decrease), dc increase into next st, dc into next 10 sts, dc2tog over last 2 sts from previous row, ch 2, turn work.

Stitch count: 13 dc

Row 38

(Ch 2 done at end of previous row counts as 1st part of the dc decrease), dc increase into next st, dc into next 8 sts, dc2tog over last 2 sts from previous row, ch 2, turn work.

Stitch count: 11 dc

Row 39

(Ch 2 done at end of previous row counts as 1st part of the dc decrease), dc increase into next st, dc into next 6 sts, dc2tog over last 2 sts from previous row, ch 2, turn work.

Stitch count: 9 dc

Row 40

(Ch 2 done at end of previous row counts as 1st part of the dc decrease), dc increase into next st, dc into next 4 sts, dc2tog over last 2 sts from previous row, ch 2, turn work.

Stitch count: 7 dc

Row 41

Helpful hint: at the end of this row you chain 3 (not 2) this is the 1st dc for the next row.

(Ch 2 done at end of previous row counts as 1st part of the dc decrease), dc increase into next st, dc into next 2 sts, dc2tog over last 2 sts from previous row, ch 3, turn work.

Stitch count: 5 dc

Row 42 

(Ch 3 done at end of previous row counts as 1st dc), dc into next 4 sts, ch 3, turn work.

Stitch count: 5 dc

Row 43 – 44

Repeat row 42 (at the end of row 44, ch 1, turn work)

Stitch count: 5 dc

Row 45

Sc into 1st st, sc into next 4 sts, ch 1, turn work.

Stitch count: 5 sc

Row 46 – 59

Repeat row 45 (at the end of row 59 ch 1 but do NOT turn work).

Stitch count: 5 sc

Border around headband

Helpful hint: the rule of thumb is that you make one stitch into a sc row, two stitches into a double crochet row, and two stitches across two half double crochet rows, when working a border.

Sc into same sp, *sc into each sc until the corner (5), then sc into each sc row (15 rows), then make 2 sc into each dc row until you get to the beginning of the sc rows, and then sc into each sc row, until the corner*, rep *.* 1 more time, cut yarn, join with a nj, weave in ends.

Headband ties (make 4 – or as many as you like)

Using a 3.5 mm hook chain as many chains as you think you will need to make a tie (leave nice long ends to use to attach the ties to the headband), I added a 5 dc popcorn to the end of my tie (optional), and fasten two to each end of your headband – I have used 60 chains for one set of ties, and 75 for the second set.  I have a medium sized head – I made the ties nice and long to hang down my neck a bit, to give it a bohemian feel.  You can use which ever colour you like – I used the same colour as the headband, but you can make one from each colour – have fun and let your imagination go wild.

Popcorn ends and beads – optional

At the end of your desired amount of chains, I chained another 4, then made 5 dc’s into the 4th chain from the hook, and finished my popcorn as normal, cut yarn, and weave in ends.

I added a few fun beads to give it a bohemian chic feel to it – have fun!

Attaching ties

Antique Rose (make 1 or as many as you like)

Round 1:

Helpful hint: if you do not know how to make a magic circle you can look at my Magic Circle Photo Tutorial here or you can replace the magic circle by making four chains, and slip stitch into first ch to make a circle.

Using a 3.5 mm hook and colour (B) yarn make a mc, ch 1, make 16 dc’s into mc, ss into 1st dc.

Stitch count: 16 dc per round

Round 2:

Ch 1, sc into same st, *ch 2, sk 1, sc*, rep *.* 6 more times, ch 2, ss into 1st sc.

Stitch count: 8 sc, 8 x ch 2 sps per round

Round 3:

Ss into ch 2 sp, ch 1, sc into same ch 2 sp, *make 8 dc sts into next ch 2 sp, sc into next ch 2 sp*, rep *.* 2 more times, make 8 dc sts into last ch 2 sp, ss into 1st sc.

Stitch count: 4 sc, 4 x 8 dc shell repeats per round

Round 4:

Helpful hint: turn your work and work from the back.

Ch 2, *fpsc around sc from round 2, ch 3*, rep *.* 7 more times, ss into 1st fpsc.

Stitch count: 8 fpsc, 8 x ch 3 sps per round

How to make a fpsc

End of previous round, ch 2
Working from the back of your work, insert your hook around the post of the sc made in round 2
Yarn over and pull up a loop
Complete your fpsc the same way you would make a normal sc
You can now make your the required number of chains, and then repeat the fpsc into the next sc from round 2
When you get to the end of your round, you can slip stitch into the 1st fpsc
This is what the end of this round looks like

Round 5:

Helpful hint: turn your work and work from the front again.

Ss into ch 3 sp, *make 10 dc sts into 1st ch 3 sp, sc into next ch 3 sp*, rep *.* 3 more times, ss into 1st dc.

Stitch count: 4 sc, 4 x 10 dc shell repeats per round

Round 6:

Helpful hint: turn your work and work from the back.

Ch 2, * fpsc around fpsc from round 4, ch 4*, rep *.* 7 more times, ss into 1st fpsc, cut yarn and weave in ends.

Stitch count: 8 fpsc, 8 x ch 4 sps per round

Round 7:

Helpful hint: turn your work and work from the front again.

Helpful hint: if you are not sure how to make a needle join (nj) have a look at my Needle Join photo tutorial here.  It is a fabulous technique to use to weave in ends, looks neat, and makes your work look professional – with the added benefit of working ends in while you go.

COLOUR CHANGE

Using colour (C) start in any ch sp with a standing *sc, 8 dc’s, sc* into each ch 4 sp, cut yarn and weave in  ends using a nj.

Stitch count: 16 sc, 8 x 8 dc shell repeats per round

Leaves around the rose

Helpful hint: if you do not know how to make a standing stitch, have a look at my Standing Single Crochet Photo Tutorial here.

Round 8:

Helpful hint: turn your work and work from the back.

Using colour (D), start with a standing *fpsc around fpsc from round 6, ch 5*, rep *.* 7 more times, ss into 1st fpsc.

Stitch count: 8 fpsc, 8 x ch 5 sps per round

Yarn around hook once, insert hook around the post of the stitch you are wanting to work into, holding the end of your yarn firmly in your right hand using your baby and ring fingers
Yarn over, pull up a loop
Complete your fpsc the same way you would make a normal sc – standing fpsc done – see easy!

Round 9:

Helpful hint: turn your work and work from the front.

Ch 1, *sc, 5 dc, ch 3 picot, 5 dc, sc* into each ch 5 sp, cut yarn, nj and weave in ends.

Stitch count: 16 sc, 8 x 10 dc picot shell repeats per round

  

For questions and sharing your progress: 

Join my Facebook Group so you do not miss out on any of the FUN we have.

Follow me on Pinterest and Instagram and use #BohoChicRoseHeadband #BohemianChicBlogHop2019 for this pattern.

You can get the FREE pattern here or you can purchase the inexpensive, advert free instant download PDF from my Ravelry store which includes loads of clear photos, step by step instructions, links to tutorials and helpful hints.

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