The simple mesh trellis headband laid out on a wooden surface with two of the other headbands featured in the April Flowers Headband Crochet Along.
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Simple Mesh Trellis Headband – A Free Crochet Headband Pattern

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There’s something about climbing plants and flowers that really soothes me. That’s why, when Kirsten and I decided to host the April Flowers CAL, I immediately thought to make this Crochet Trellis headband pattern to hold some pretty flowers!

Crochet mesh stitches make the perfect headband because they stretch and hold their shape well. It’s easy to size them, because mesh headbands are so forgiving! Plus they’ll look amazing by themselves or paired with all sorts of flowers. (Coming soon!)

I hope you enjoy learning how to crochet mesh with this easy crochet headband pattern!

Before you start, Pin it to your Crochet Headbands Board on Pinterest!


H8 5.0mm Crochet Hook

Red Heart Soft Yarn (256 yds, 141 g, Aran (4) weight 100% Acrylic), approx 50 yds.


Yarn Needle


Ch- chain

Sc- single crochet

Dc – double crochet

Lp – loop

Sk – skip

Gauge / Finished Size

17” x 2.5” after seaming, fits 21-23” head circumference.

7 rows and 4 chain loops in 2”

The simple mesh trellis headband laid out on a wooden surface with two of the other headbands featured in the April Flowers Headband Crochet Along.

Simple Mesh Trellis Headband Pattern

Ch 10 loosely.

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch. *Ch 3, sk 1,  sc* Repeat * to * across. [5sc, 4 chain loops]

Row 2: Ch 2, turn, Dc. Ch 1, sc in first ch lp. *ch 3, sc in next lp.* Repeat * to * across. Ch 1, Dc in last st. [3 chain loops, 2 half loops]

Row 3: Ch 1, turn, sc. *Ch 3, sk 1, sc.* Repeat * to * across [5sc, 4 chain loops]

Repeat Rows 2 and 3 until piece is slightly shorter than desired. For an Adult size, 4-6″ shorter than head circumference unstretched is about right.

Final Row: Ch 1, turn. Holding both ends together, sc 1. *ch1, sc through next loop.* place one more sc in the last st.

Break yarn and weave in all ends.


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