Thursday, October 27, 2011

Flower Headband Pattern

5.00mm Hook (H)
Worsted weight yarn

*I used Red Heart Super Saver for the pink and white flowers, Sugar'n Creme Yellow for the middle and the green leaf was scrap yarn*

Pink Flower Shown In Photo
Round 1: Ch 6. Sl st in the first ch to form a ring. Ch 1, and sc inc around. Join with a sl st. (12)
Round 2: [sc in 1st st, 5 dc in next st.] Repeat around.
Fasten off. 

White Flower Shown in Photo
Round 1: Ch 4. Sl st in the first ch to form a ring. Ch 1 and sc inc around. Join with sl st. (8)
Round 2: [sc in 1st st. 5 dc in next st.] Repeat around.
Fasten off. Leave long tail.

Yellow Center
Make a magic loop of 6 st.
Pull closed, should be a ring. sl st to join. Fasten off. Leave decent size tail.

Round 1: Ch 8. Hdc in 2nd ch from hook. Dc in next 3 ch, hdc in next, and sc in next. Leave last unworked. Fasten off and leave about 5" tail. 
The end that you fastened off should have two "tails" from the yarn you started with and the one you ended with. Tie them together. 

Ch 90. Fasten off. 
Attach yarn 25 st away from the end of ch.
Round 2: Sc next 50 sts. Ch 1 and turn.
Round 3: Sc across til you get to the first sc of round 2. Sl st and fasten off. 

Putting it Together
You can either sew everything together, or I just used the tail and weaved it through to attach all the pieces together. And attach the flower onto the headband. I attached mine to the side, looks cute. :)

The head band probably looks a little funky where the sc is connected to the beginning ch. What I did was push the ch through the hole in the middle of the sc part. 

 This is what it should look like at first. 

Pull those chains through the hole between the single crochets.

Then it'll look centered like so!
Repeat for the other side as well.

VOILA! This is the first pattern I've ever written out! If you see or come across
any errors, please contact me by commenting on this blog. :)
Thanks for reading!

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