Grace Lehman

Grace is the maker behind Stitchberry. She loves to create modern, minimalist, and timeless crochet patterns. When she isn't busy making, Grace is is either baking in the kitchen, reading, or spending time with her friends and family.

The Conley Headband Crochet Pattern


Hey! My name is Grace and I am the designer and blogger behind my blog, Stitchberry. I started crocheting in 2015 because I wanted a hobby that I could easily take with me everywhere and that would keep my hands busy! Little did I know that crocheting would turn into more than just a hobby. Shortly after crocheting, I discovered a love of designing. I love dreaming up modern and timeless designs, putting those designs into stitches, and sharing it with the world!

In the past few months, so many of my WIPs have been bigger projects, that I was really craving to make something small and easy. Enters the Conley Headband! This headband is so easy and quick to whip up. I love that I can make one in an afternoon (makes for the perfect last-minute gift!).

Also that texture?!?! Lately I have been obsessing over this stitch combo of treble and single crochets. It creates these tiny little “bobble” that makes this headband modern and fun. I also love the contrast between the bobble texture of the headband and the simple texture of the band.

Supply List

100 yards of worsted weight (4) yarn

H/5.00mm crochet hook

Tapestry needle


This pattern is written in US crochet terms.

Due to the texture, the headband is worked inside out, then it is flipped right side out.

Size: The headband fits most teens and adults. To adjust the size, either add or take away from the foundation ch, in multiples of 2.


Width = 3.5 inches Circumference = 22 inches


7 rows of 8 sc = 2 inches


St: Stitch

Sl st: Slip stitch

Ch: Chain

Sc: Single crochet

Tr: Treble/triple crochet



Ch 70, sl st into the first ch to form a band. Ch 1

Round 1: Work 1 sc in every ch (70). Sl st into first st, ch 1.

Round 2: *1 sc in st, 1 tr in next st* repeat around (70). Sl st into first st, ch 1.

Round 3: *1 tr in st, 1 sc in next st* repeat around (70). Sl st into first st, ch 1.

Repeat rounds 2-3 for a total of 12 rounds.

Round 13: 1 sc in every st (70). Sl st into first st.

Fasten off leaving a long tail. Turn the headband right side out.

Weave in all ends.


Ch 7

Row 1: 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook and in every ch (6). Ch 1, turn.

Row 2-12: 1 sc in every st (6). Ch 1, turn.

Do NOT fasten off.


Fold a part of the headband in half and then pull the two sides up. Seam the fold.

Wrap the band around the cinched part. In the back of the headband, sl st the two ends of the band together.

Fasten in all loose ends.

I hope you enjoy making the Conley Headband! Follow me on Instagram for modern crochet inspiration. If you make the Conley Headband, be sure to tag me, I would love to see your headbands!

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