Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Flower Headband - free crochet pattern

 

 


Happy June everyone!
It finally arrived and now we can all start working on wonderful summer activities!

So why not start with an easy and attractive project like this headband? I am sure we can all use one when it get scorching hot.

Get your hooks and choose your yarn and let's start.
For this headband I used sport yarn and 1,9 mm hook.

Pattern for the body: 

Ch 55
Row 1: Sc in the 9th st from hk. Next ch5, skip 4, sc1. Repeat this to the end of row.

Row 2: "ch5 and sc on the chain. Ch2 and make a 3dc puff st over the sc st of the previous row, ch2  and sc on the next chain". Repeat from " to " to just before the end of row. You end it by making a sc on the chain, ch2 and make a dc in the last st. 

Row 3: ch 2 and make a 3dc puff st in the center of the puff of the previous row, ch 5 and sl st in the same st, ch5 and make another puff in that same st. Sc on the next chain. Repeat this pattern across. End with a sc.



 Row 4: ch 3 and sc on the puff chain, ch 3 and sc in the middle between the 2 puffs, ch3 and sc on the other puff's chain and then ch3 and sc on the chain between 2 flowers. 


 Pattern for the ties:

When you finish the body, do not cut the yarn. Continue working the side by making 5 scs. 
After that make 2-3 hdc rows, decrease the 4th row by hdc2tog and then continue with hdc rows until you get the desired length. 





 Chain 8 (optional - depending on the size of your button), sl st on the other side ch1 and sc 8 in the loop. Cut yarn, tie a knot and weave ends.

Work the other side / tie and add button.



I hope you like it!


12 comments:

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

Beautiful.

handmade by amalia said...

Pink, pretty and practical - I'm giving you a triple P, Maya!
Amalia
xo

Billur said...

Beautiful.

Little Treasures said...

Thank you!

Little Treasures said...

Thank you Amalia!

Little Treasures said...

Hi Billur! Thank you for dropping again!

Julie's Lifestyle said...

This headband is so pretty & I love the color choice of yarn!

Little Treasures said...

Thank you Julie! I have a soft spot for cordovan!

Rhonda Melogy said...

Beautiful headband. So nice to share the tutorial and pattern. Thanks for sharing your work at the Home Matters Linky Party

Little Treasures said...

Thank you Rhonda!

Alexandra Richards said...

I have revisited this sweet little headband and included it 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

Little Treasures said...

Thank you so much Alexandra for choosing two of my projects for the round up!!! I'll be visiting and spreading the love shortly.