I Like Big Bows! Crochet Bow Headwrap {FREE PATTERN}

Crochet Bow Headwrap {FREE PATTERN}

EDITED 9-9-15

I am on a bow kick right now!  Last week I made a bow hat and listed it in my Etsy shop!  This week I am excited to share the crochet bow headwrap pattern! They work up really quickly and can be so versatile!  You could make the headwrap and the bow different colors.  I think a striped headband with a bow would also be darling!

Materials:

  • Worsted weight yarn
  • I hook
  • H hook
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

Crochet Bow Headwrap {FREE PATTERN}

Headband:

With I hook–

Newborn: Ch. 50

0-6 Month: Ch. 55

6-12 Month: Ch. 60

 

Toddler: Ch. 65

Child: Ch. 70

Sl St. in first chain, making sure you don’t twist your chain.  Switch to H hook.  This will help with the tightness of the starting chain.

Chain up 2, dc in each stitch around, sl st in first dc. Repeat 4 more times for Newborn/0-6 month (5 rows in all) and repeat 5 more times for all other sizes (6 rows in all)

Tie off and weave in ends.

Crochet Bow Headwrap {FREE PATTERN}

Bow:

With I hook–

Newborn/0-6 Month: Ch 25

6-12 Month and up: Ch. 28

Sl St. in first chain, making sure you don’t twist your chain.  Switch to H hook.

Chain up 2, dc in each stitch around, sl st in first dc. Repeat 4 more times for Newborn/0-6 month (5 rows in all) and repeat 5 more times for all other sizes (6 rows in all)

Leave a long tail for attaching bow to headband.

Crochet Bow Headwrap {FREE PATTERN}

Assembly:

Place bow on top of headband.  I make sure to hide the seams of the headband and bow by placing them closest to each other.

Take bow and front layer of headband and shape them into a bow.  Wrap the long tail of the bow around all three layers.  Tie off and weave in any loose ends!

Crochet Bow Headwrap {FREE PATTERN}

TADA!  These bows would make a great gift if you’re on a time crunch! I have a few ready to ship in my shop if you would rather purchase one!

Crochet Bow Headwrap {FREE PATTERN}

Happy Crocheting!

Ramsi Leigh

*You may use this pattern to sell but I ask that you please refer back to this post. Thanks!

27 thoughts on “I Like Big Bows! Crochet Bow Headwrap {FREE PATTERN}

  1. These are beautiful! What are the measurements for the headband and the bow? I may be crocheting too loose. Thank you so much for the free pattern!

  2. What do you mean when you put st. St. In the beginning of your sentence ? I am a beginner and reading a crochet pattern and I don’t understand ! Help me please 😊

    1. I believe it should read Sl St, which is a crochet abbreviation for slip stitch. A quick you tube search on how to slip stitch is a big help. There are several great crochet video tutorials out there that can help a beginner learn the lingo and the stitches.

  3. I really want to make this in an adult size so that me and my 6 month old can having matching head wraps. Any idea on how I could go about making this in an adult size?

  4. I love these they are perfect for my little girl. My only problem is when I have completed this the foundation chain row is quite tight and has no give. Is it meant to be like this? Trying to work out how to make it a little looser. Would that just be using a bigger crochet hook or a looser chain?

  5. What is the measurement of the headband and bow. My bow looks too small for the headband. They are adorable.
    Thank you for the free pattern

  6. St. St. in first chain, making sure you don’t twist your chain. Switch to H hook.

    What do you mean by “St. St.” ??? Theres no abbreviations key to know what ita supposed to represent. I’m new to reading patterns and am lost… Please explain, thanks in advance.

  7. These sizes seem off to me. For newborn, ch 50?? Typically when I follow patterns for beanies, it says to increase to 35… I went ahead and followed this pattern anyway and it did in fact fit my 18 month old 😳 I think they are beautiful, however!

    1. Hi! I am a very tight crocheter! Everyone crochets differently and these are the chain lengths that have worked best for me! I’m glad you enjoyed the finished product!

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