Rasta Headband and Hippy Headband, to keep you cool and good looking during the summer

I’ve been crocheting lately, a good stash buster, and fun and fast.

rasta headband

Well you get the idea, you don’t have to have dreads to wear this, I love them for camping, and gardening, anytime I need to cover my hair and look good.

Here are two patterns for headbands.


Rasta Headband

Made with just a small amount of acrylic yarn.

Crochet hook: size advised on yarn label, I used a G.

chain 72 stitches, 80 if you want it loose or have a lot of hair.

Single crochet all around, joining chain, begin careful not to twist when joining.

Continue single crochet until you have about 5 inches or more, depending on your need or amount of yarn. I think it would look cool with strips, bright ones!

Ta da, now weave in ends and no bad hair days for you!

Hippy Headband


I made this from 100% natural cotton yarn, soft and pretty.

As above but make this only 4 or 6 rows wide.

And my favorite, my colorful hippy-Rasta headband!

I crocheted this one like the turquoise one above but added a row of dc chain 3 dc, and then return to the sc all around on the next row, you could add this in several times to make it sassy.

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Now go out there and get funky!

1 comment:

  1. Ahem... and where's the pic of the model (you!) wearing the aforementioned headband? Looks like a great idea... will have to keep this post and this pattern. Found a neat little top pattern the other day... for crochet... been thinking about whether or not I want to go back to crochet for a while. I love the top, but not really thrilled about crocheting it!

    It's Pattern #: 90441AD on the Lion Brand Yarn website. Let me know what you think!


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