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Free Crochet Headband Pattern: Raspberry Lemonade

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When I thought about what sort of crochet headband pattern I’d like to make next for the April Flowers CAL I’m hosting with Kirsten, two things stood out. First, I wanted you guys to be able to completely customize the sizing. Second, I wanted loads of fun texture, but without it being too complicated. It took some finagling, but I think I’ve come up with the perfect crochet headband pattern!

This fun, textured crochet headband pattern is called the Raspberry Lemonade Headband. It’s sweet, and simple, with just two crochet texture stitches. I even kept it to a simple one row repeat!

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This light, breezy headband is perfect for keeping my hair back while I’m gardening, reading (about gardening), or even crocheting. I really like the relaxed feel of it, but the textured edge adds just a hint of sweetness.

Wondering why I’ve named it after my favorite summertime drink? Look closely! The edging is made with the Berry Stitch, and the body is made with the Lemon Peel Stitch. (I like to think I’m pretty Punny sometimes!)

Also pictured, the Lazy Suzette Headband, and the Simple Mesh Trellis Headband (coming soon!).

I’ve included brief descriptions of both stitches here in the description, but I will link some stitch tutorials for those of you who are visual learners, as well!


H8 5.0mm Crochet Hook – I prefer Clover Soft Touch!

Red Heart Soft Yarn (or approx. 75  yds Worsted [4] weight 100% acrylic yarn)


Yarn Needle


BS – berry stitch

Ch- chain

Sc- single crochet

Dc – double crochet

Yo – yarn over

Special Stitches

Berry Stitch (BS) – insert hook into st, yo and draw up a loop. Ch 3, yo and complete stitch.

Lemon Peel Stitch – alternating single and double crochet, worked into double and single crochets respectively.


Gauge is not crucial to this project, as it’s worked to length. Simply work until your headband measures about 2” smaller than your head, and seam shut. It should stretch easily to fit.

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Raspberry Lemonade Headband Crochet Pattern

Ch 11.

Row 1: BS in 2nd ch, sc in next ch. *Dc in next st, sc in next.* Repeat * to * across. [10]

Row 2: Ch 1, turn, BS in first st, sc in next. *Dc in next st, sc in next.* Repeat * to * across. [10]


Repeat Row 2 until piece is slightly shorter than desired. For an Adult size, 2″ shorter than head circumference unstretched is about right.

Final Row: Ch 1, turn. Holding both ends together, slip stitch across, seaming both ends of the headband together.

Break yarn and weave in all ends.



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  1. […] If you’ve never tried this unique crochet texture stitch, you’re sure to love it! The Crochet Berry stitch makes a clever use of chain stitching within a single crochet to add texture that pops right off your crochet work. I love how it created such a lovely ruffled effect as the border on my Raspberry Lemonade Crochet Headband! […]

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