Thursday, January 20, 2011

Double Flower Headband Pattern

I have been waiting ALL WEEK to show you this...


Isn't it Beautiful!?
I am so proud of this little headband that I could just do a flip...well, probably not a flip. I never was any good at gymnastics.

The flower and bands are my own patterns
and since I LOVE all of you so much
I'm going to share it with all of you
(Sharing is caring, right?)

The "Lucy" Headband Pattern


Difficulty: Easy - Medium
Time: 30 minutes
Fun-ness: How could it not be?
Materials:
Yarn (any kind)
Crochet Hook - Size H
Yarn Needle
Ribbon
Scissors
Glue Gun

**The following instructions are based on the assumption that you already know the basics of crocheting. If you are trying it for the first time, here is a good video to help you with the basics as you follow the tutorial. 

ch: Chain
sk st: Skip Stitch
sl st: Slip Stitch
sc: Single Crochet
hdc: Half Double Crochet
dc: Double Crochet



Headband: Check out my TUTORIAL from November. It takes you step by step on how to create your headband :)


Big Flower: 
Round 1: ch 4 and sl st to join and form a small circle
Round 2: ch 2 and sc 9 times into center of circle.
Round 3: ch 2, skip the first sc, and sl st into 2nd worked sc. ch 2, sk st and sl st into next. Continue until you have 5 ch spaces (sl st to join)
Round 4: Into 1st worked ch space, sl st, sc, hdc, dc, hdc, s, sl st. Complete this round of stitches into each of the remaining ch spaces. Tie off to finish.


Small Flower:

Round 1: ch 4 and sl st to join and form a small circle
Round 2: ch 2 and sc 9 times into center of circle.
Round 3: ch 2, skip the first sc, and sl st into 2nd worked sc. ch 2, sk st and sl st into next. Continue until you have 5 ch spaces (sl st to join)
Round 4: Into 1st worked ch space, sl st, hdc, dc, hdc, sl st. Complete this round of stitches into each of the remaining ch spaces. Tie off to finish.

Putting it all Together
Using hot glue, attach the flowers where you like them on the headband. 
Done and Done!

Alright, so you want the headband, but you don't have time to make one yourself
That's okay, because I actually have a few that I am 
This is my FIRST experience selling anything on Etsy, so I am 
excited and nervous and hopeful. 
My husband told me that if I can sell 10 headbands, I can get a Blog Makeover (which would be amazing!)
So help a girl out! 

Go HERE for my Shop
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