For the Love of Tulips Headband & Bookmark

A graceful & elegant accessory

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Spring is a playful and blossoming time, and so is the For the Love of Tulips Headband!

A delicate and graceful headband design that can be crocheted in just one sitting. With no sewing and minimal ends to weave in, this beaut will bring spring into your life in no time!

Make your very own textured and eye-catching headband with this detailed pattern! The printable PDF pattern includes 12 pages of detailed instructions, tips & tricks, as well as 33 step-by-step tutorial photos.

NEW! Instructions on how to turn this headband into a bookmark are included inside.

Check out the For the Love of Tulips Cup Cozy and the For the Love of Tulips Tank crochet patterns to make yourself the perfect flowery set this summer!

Take spring with you everywhere

Detailed PDF pattern

12 pages of step-by-step instructions & tutorial photos

What you'll need

65-70 yards of any sport weight yarn

2.5 mm hook

Scissors, darning needle, stitch markers


Written for 3 sizes

Pattern support

Please contact me at thecrochethighway [at] for pattern related questions.

The design

With its crisp & textured lace made up of criss-cross stitches, adorned with three dimensional & luscious tulip flowers and bordered by a round of ever-so-delicate picots, this headband is an elegant accessory that wants to make you and your little ones feel like queens and princesses. Whatever the season, this graceful headband will make you feel all the spring vibes!

Band length:

  • Adult – 33 cm / 13”
  • Child – 29 cm / 11½”
  • Toddler – 25.5 cm / 10”

Band height is 7 cm / 2¾” for all sizes. Tie length is fully adjustable.

Keep scrolling to see an amazing collection of photos from my testers ❤️

The pattern

The level required to successfully complete this pattern can be classified as intermediate, but you could crochet this headband as an upper beginner too, if you’re willing to take on a challenge!

For the best experience, you should already be comfortable with working the bead stitch and working in the front and back loops, or at least be open to learning with the help of my written instructions and pictures.

If you don’t need all those lengthy tutorial pictures spread out across multiple pages, I got you! The printable PDF pattern also includes a consolidated version, so you have the option to only print the written instructions and notes, saving paper and protecting the environment!


Check out my testers' versions

My patterns would not be so smooth without the input of my team of talented testers. Scroll alllll the way to the end of this photo gallery for some inspiration on various colors. Swipe left & right for more photos of your favorite versions!

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