Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Idea Sharin' Wednesday and Interchangeable Crochet Flower Headband Tutorial {free pattern}

Wear the flower on the headband. . .

Wear the headband by itself. . .

Or wear the flower by itself.

Cute, right?  And the beauty is they don't take long to make!  You can make lots of different flowers and headbands that all coordinate so you have never ending  options!  And if you don't know how to crochet, but you want to learn, watch videos on youtube Seriously, that's how I learned many years ago and now here I am writing my own patterns!

Want to make one?

Materials:


- I hook
- Worsted weight yarn. I used Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice
- Yarn Needle for weaving in ends
- Hot glue gun
- Hair Clips  (you can get a whole pack for a couple dollars at the craft store in the jewelry making section)
 
HEADBAND


Base Chains:
Newborn – Ch 46
Younger Baby (3-6 mo) – Ch 50
Older Baby (6-12 mo) – Ch 56
Toddler (1-2 yrs) – Ch 60
Young Child (3-5) – Ch 65
Older Child (6-10)- Ch 67
Teen/Adult – Ch 70

Rnd 1 – sc in 2nd ch from hook, (dc in next, sc in next) to last st, work sc, 3 hdc, sc into last st. Now working on opposite side of base chain, (dc in next, sc in next) to last st, dc in next, work sc, 3 hdc in last. Join to first sc of Rnd and fasten off. Be sure to leave a tail long enough to sew the headband together.

Sew together and weave in ends.
 
FLOWER
 
Using flower center color - Ch 3, sl st into first chain to form loop.
Rnd 1 – Ch 1, work 10sc into loop formed, Join w/ a sl st to first sc of rnd.

Rnd 2 – Change Color for petals. Ch 1, sc in same stitch as join, Ch 2, *skip next stitch, sc in next, Ch 2, repeat from * around. Join (5 ch spaces formed)

Rnd 3 – Work (sl st, hdc, 3dc, hdc, sl st) into each ch space around. (5 petals formed)

Rnd 4 – Now we are going to make the next row of 5 anchored petal base chains. We will be working from behind the first Rnd of petals. Ch 3, sc around next sc anchor of Rnd 2 *Ch 3, sc around next anchor, repeat from * around. (Next 5 petal chain bases formed)

Rnd 5 – Work (sl st, hdc, 4dc, hdc, sl st) into each ch space around.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Use a hot glue gun to secure the flower onto the hair clip. Flower clips can be worn by themselves or easily snapped onto the headband.
 
Hope you like my pattern!

And now for your projects:

Idea Sharin' Wednesday #23
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Okay let the party begin.  I can't wait to see what you've been up to.  Thanks for stopping by!


14 comments:

  1. Thanks For linking up on our Hop. I added a couple links too! Thanks for hosting!

    ~Mom's of all Trades

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  2. Very cute. Thanks for hosting - I linked up my recipe for chocolate chip scones.

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  3. Thank you for sharing the pattern, my daughter will love it! Thank you for hosting too! I'm celebrating my one year blog anninversary this week with a giveaway for a $20 Starbucks gift card! Please stop by and say hello! :-)

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  4. Thanks for hosting the link party! And also the headbands are totally adorable (and the girls even more adorable)!!!

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  5. Thanks for hosting the party! And thanks for sharing the pattern for your adorable flower headband... We posted a link: http://ificould-ificould.blogspot.com/2011/03/interchangeable-crochet-flower-headband.html

    Thanks for sharing!
    Missy & Kimi
    ificould-ificould.blogspot.com

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  6. Thanks for the linky party :)

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  7. Very cute! I'll have to come back to link up some projects. :) Found you through tt&j link party.

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  8. Your headband is very cute! Nice pictures too. :)

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  9. SO cute! LOVE the blog re-do!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

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  11. I've wondered if I could use a hot glue gun for this very thing. I wasn't sure if it would melt the yarn at all

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