Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Make a Flower Hair comb - free flower pattern

 
 
Hi guys! I have some cuteness to share with you today.
The easiest flower pattern that is just perfect for spring hair combs and hairpins. The basic flower is the same as for this mini flower to which I added another round.
 
For this project I used embroidery floss and 1.25 mm hook. 
 
The pattern:
Chain 5 and join to make ring.
Round 1: sc 5 in ring. ch 5 and sl st in the next st. Repeat this 4 times.
Round 2: ch 8 and sc in the st between petals. Repeat this 4 times.  sl st in the last st to end it. End that's it!
 
 
You can combine them (smaller on top of the bigger),  to make them rich in appearance.
 

 
I glued them on with liquid silicone. It takes longer to dry but is much better than hot glue.  
 
For these below I used my favourite pattern.
 
 



 Also, I'd like to use this occasion to thank my newly found blog friend Amalia from Handmade by Amalia for awarding me the Liebster Award!
You must visit her enchanting blog - it is a true gem!

15 comments:

Julie's Lifestyle said...

Hi Maya, I love your flowers you made for the hair pins. You have inspired me to try and make one! You amaze me with your creativity.
I love Amalia's blog too! She is a talented crocheter and has such cute stories to go with her work.
Enjoy the rest of the week.
Julie xo

Little Treasures said...

I am happy that the flowers touched you Julie. So easy to make last minute gifts with them ;)

Ana Lopes said...

I absolutely love this unique hairpins. The flowers are so delicate and beautiful. Thanks for sharing pattern.
Have a fabulous day.
Hugs from Portugal,
Ana Love Craft
www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

Debra Jerry said...

I love your site, Maya! You have inspired me to make some of these little flowers for my granddaughter. Love your work!

handmade by amalia said...

So pretty! My niece would love this and I do have a comb at hand... OK, you've persuaded me to make her one :-)
Amalia
xo

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

So beautiful.

Little Treasures said...

You are welcome Ana.

Little Treasures said...

Hi Debra! I am so happy you used the pattern and I am sure your granddaughter will love it!

Little Treasures said...

Hahaha...it wasn'tuntil your comment that I realized I was referring to them as pins. I am making a dozen of these for the exhibit and my mother was over to help me.I told her to hand the pins over to me and she corrected me -but it didn't click with me until I read your comment :)

Little Treasures said...

My daughter is in love with these!

Ira Huberts said...

How cool and totally feminine this is Maya, wonderful idea to wear flowers in your hair like this!
Ira’s Crea Corner

Lorelai @ Life With Lorelai said...

What a fun idea for Spring! Great tutorial. Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty - we hope to see you again next week. :)

~Lorelai
Life With Lorelai

creativejewishmom.com said...

Love it Maya, and I think I can take credit for you and Amalia finding each other? Now maybe you'll just have to come visit both of us! (Or maybe we'll come visit you!) thanks so much for sharing on craft schooling Sunday!

Alexandra Richards said...

Love this idea! With the different color combinations, this could be the perfect accessory for any season or holiday, but especially great for this Spring season.
Hope you'll be by to share this at our Yarn Fanatic Link Party!
Alexandra
EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com

Alexandra Richards said...

I have revisited these cute little hair combs and included them in my 20 Yarn-Tastic Jewelry Projects Round Up. Thanks again for sharing it at our Yarn Fanatic Party :)
Alexandra
EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com
Round Up: http://eyeloveknots.blogspot.com/2016/02/20-yarn-tastic-jewelry-projects-yarn.html