A woman wearing a crocheted flower headband.

Aurora Flower Crown | Hobbii Plus Crochet Pattern


I’m thrilled to announce that my project Aurora Flower Crown was selected for the Hobbii Bloom campaign and the pattern is now live!

Last year I joined the campaign and had a chance to work with Hobbii Portobello yarn. I came up with an easy and fun beginner project, ready for spring🌸

A woman wearing a crocheted flower headband.

About the Project

Transform your look with a touch of whimsy and floral elegance! Aurora Flower Crown is perfect for festivals, celebrations, or adding a charming boho vibe to your everyday style. You can effortlessly create your own flower crown headband, adding a personalized touch to your accessory collection. 

The Crochet Flower Crown is an easy project for beginners. It consists of a simple single crochet band and six colorful flowers. It is assembled with the use of surface crochet or basic sewing techniques. 

Although the pattern uses woolen yarn, it can easily be adapted for other types of materials, such as cotton. The modular nature of this project allows crocheters to use the flowers as applique or decoration.

The band is easy to modify in terms of length or width – it can turn into a cute accessory for kids with just a few tweaks. 

Materials and Tools

  • Hobbii Portobello yarn in colors: Open Sea (79), Turkish Blue (88), Wild Berry (56), Antique Rose (53), Nougat (09), Misty Green (113), Black (124). You need roughly 1 skein of each (about 35g of yarn in total).
  • Crochet hook 3.5 mm
  • Approximately 90 cm (35.5”) of light rope, elastic, ribbon, or sturdy cotton yarn.
  • Scissors
  • Pins or safety pins
  • Yarn needle

Measurements and Gauge

  • Flower: 9 cm (3.54”) measured between the tips of the opposite petals.
  • Band: 36 x 5 cm (14.2” x 2”)
A hand holding a crocheted flower.

What’s Inside

The pattern includes written instructions and diagrams to help you better understand how each element is built.

There are two types of assembly – one using only a crochet hook, and another, involving basic sewing. You choose which method you like better.

Experiment with colors, practice crocheting tall stitches, and make the Aurora Flower Crown for yourself or someone you love!


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