Manna – Tunisian crochet cowl and headband pattern in 9 sizes


A gorgeous set of Tunisian crochet cowl and headband patterns in nine sizes, from toddler (40 cm or 15 3/4″), to adult (64 cm or 25 1/4″).

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Get ready to finish up more gifts for this season than you thought was possible.

In this listing you’ll find a Tunisian crochet headband pattern, plus a cowl pattern, together making a gorgeous set, perfect for anyone who doesn’t like or can’t wear hats or scarves.

Use an Aran or worsted weight yarn for finishing these up quickly, so you can get out in the snow and have some fun.

The pattern uses the Tunisian honeycomb stitch (alternating classic Tunisian simple stitches and purl stitches), which makes the fabric elastic, soft, warm and non-curling.

The two ways of seaming up the cowls and headbands are illustrated in photos and the videos you can find below. You can use the simple seam or a twisted seam for adding more interest to this simple accessory.

Skill level

Enthusiastic beginner – you need to know how to make Tunisian simple stitches, Tunisian purl stitches and Tunisian full stitches. Follow the videos if you are not familiar with these stitches.

Finished size

There are two tables for nine sizes of heads, ranging from 40 cm (15 3/4″), all the way up to 64 cm (25 1/4″). The cowls have positive ease, for comfort, while the headbands have negative ease, to keep them on and take advantage of the elasticity of the honeycomb stitch.


  • Yarn: worsted weight or Aran weight yarn, with 120 meters per 100 grams or about 131 yards per 3.5 ounces; between 50 and 80 meters for headbands and between 100 and 240 meters for cowls (or more, if you intend on making them taller);
  • Hook 8 mm and 9 mm Tunisian crochet hooks with cables or long hooks;
  • Tapestry needle;
  • Scissors.


Here’s the video for making the cowl. Beginning the pattern and sewing up the seam.

And here’s how to sew up the headband.

Low vision version

This patern now comes with a low vision file with the following characteristics:

  • the main text is written in 24 point Arial font; 28 point and bold is used for headings;
  • black text on white background;
  • left justified text, 1 inch margins;
  • no columns;
  • page numbers on the bottom left part of the page;
  • no charts;
  • all abbreviations are explained in the list.

There are two photo tutorials included at the end, with explanations for each photo.

The sizes in this pattern are found in tables with black borders for each cell (no shading), all left justified.


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