Yoho Woven Headband

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This pattern is available as a free gift to you!  

This pattern is designed to make a reversible headband using woven fabrics. It is held in place with fully enclosed 5/8" or 1/2" wide elastic and includes five sizes for children through tween/teen (which may also fit some adults). Requires only a single page to print and is can easily be made start-to-finish in under 30 minutes.


Recommended Skill Level - Confident Beginner

Seam allowance is 1/4"(6mm), and is included in all measurements.

Required Supplies: 5/8" or 1/2" wide elastic, sewing machine, needle suitable for chosen fabric (universal), iron, pins/clips, scissors and/or rotary cutter, measuring tape and/or cutting mat & ruler.

Suggested Fabric: Light-medium weight wovens, such as quilting cotton, flannelette, poplin, double gauze.


Included in the pattern:

  • Sizing suitable for ages 2+ through teen/small adult.
  • Pattern pieces for the shaped band and elastic casing.
  • Clearly nested pattern pieces (no layered/individual size printing).  
  • All measurements throughout the pattern in both metric and imperial.
  • Linked table of contents, for reference and ease of use on digital devices.
  • Fabric requirements, supplies and suggested fabrics lists.
  • Full color photo tutorial with specific details for each step.
  • Summary of steps for quick reference.

    The details and step-by-step instructions of this pattern are included in the same file as a single print-at-home page for the pattern pieces.  Purchase also includes a projector-optimized file with individual size layers and optional fold/unfold pattern pieces.

    NOTE: This product is a sewing pattern, not a finished item.

The name “Yoho” might sound like it comes from a pirate song, but it is actually the name of one of the four National Parks in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, Canada.  Yoho means “awe” and “wonder” in Cree.  


This protected parkland boasts some incredible sights, including the beautiful Emerald Lake and spectacular waterfalls.  Home to cougars and lynx, bears and wolves, moose and mountain sheep, this is Rocky Mountain wilderness at it's most iconic.  Soaring peaks, sheer rock faces, and inspiring scenery are the hallmarks of this awesome landscape.