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Pastel Goth Crochet Headband Pattern

Updated on October 27, 2018
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Kimberly is a 19-year-old jewelry artist, soap maker, and crocheter. She lives happily with her boyfriend in Northern Minnesota.


If you know pastel goth style you know it has a lot of light colors with black bows or flourishes. This pattern is made with a light pink yarn in red heart super saver. The headband has some really gentle ribbing on it that goes along with the style as well. To tie it all together there's also a giant black bow! The bow is super easy to make and this project should take about an hour, meaning you can make them in all sorts of pastel colors!

Supplies and Abbreviations


Red heart super saver yarn "Petal Pink"

J crochet hook (5.75mm)

Darning needle, for weaving in ends


Ch- Chain

DC- Double crochet

HDC- Half double crochet

Sc- Single crochet

slst- slip stitch


This will be the headband part of the pattern!

Ch 12

Row 1- DC in third ch from hook, and in each ch across. Turn

Row 2- Ch 1, HDC in each stitch across. Turn

Row 3- Ch 1, HDC in each stitch across. Turn

Row 4- Ch 1, HDC in each stitch across. Turn

Row 5- Ch 2, DC in each stitch across

Rows 6-57- Repeat rows 2-5 until row 57, or it fits around your head.

Tie off.

With your darning needle whip stitch each end together to make it into a headband. Stitch over your tail to hide them.


This will be the bow of the pattern. It should like look a rectangle while you work don't worry!

Ch 10

Row 1- DC into third ch from hook, and in each ch across. Turn

Row 2-10- Ch 2, DC into each stitch across.

Instead of turning your work ch 1 and sc down the side you ended on. 2 sc per DC bar.

At the end of the side ch 1, and 1 sc along the bottom ch area.

Ch 1, and 2 sc per DC bar going up the opposite side.

Ch 1, 1 sc across the top, and join to your beginning sc with a slst

Tie off.


To finish lay your rectangle over the side of the headband opposite of the seam. Take a long strand of black yarn and wrap it over and over again around the center of the rectangle. This will pull it into a bow along with the headband behind it. You should wrap the yarn around the center about 25 times. Then tie it in the back to keep it secure. Weave in the rest of the yarn after you finish the wrapping.

That's it! You now have a super cute crochet headband to keep your ears warm all winter! I hope you enjoyed this pattern and happy stitching everybody.


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