This gratis crochet flower headband blueprint is surprisingly easy and it makes an adorable headpiece for a young blossom girl (or a maverick beauty of whatsoever historic period)!
When I was beginning to plan this pattern, I knew I wanted to make something that would be coincidental enough for everyday vesture but fancy enough to serve equally a flower girl or bridesmaid accessory.
I happened across Bethany’s Unproblematic Chevron Headband and I knew that the manner she used the chevron pattern would make a perfect foundation for all the flowers I was crocheting.
(If you’re not familiar with Bethany’south site, Whistle and Ivy, you must cheque out her gratis crochet patterns. This adult female is babe bootie savant.)
For this headband, I added a bit of variation to Bethany’south basic chevron stitch by crocheting only the dorsum loops in every quaternary row. This created a little extra visual interest and a prissy monochromatic repeating design.
Since gauge isn’t very important with this headband pattern, yous tin really use whatsoever yarn you like. I opted for a variety of fingering and sport weight cotton wool yarns considering I wanted a more frail look. You could utilise worsted weight yarn and a larger hook though if you’d similar an overall bulkier headband (or ear warmer for the Wintertime).
If you’re crocheting this pattern for a baby or toddler, you’ll definitely want to use small bit of elastic in the dorsum then the headband tin grow with the recipient.
(For reference, this headband fits both my ten-calendar month-onetime and my 3-year-sometime. Add elastic to make your difficult work pay off for longer!)
If y’all’re making this headband for an developed, you could opt to make the band the exact size of their head and skip the elastic all together.
In example you lot don’t know the recipient’s caput size, yous tin can reference this chart to become an idea of the average head circumferences for babies, children and adults. The elastic makes the headband pretty stretchy and forgiving, and then yous should exist in good shape even if y’all just have to make an educated estimate.
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Costless CROCHETED FLOWER HEADBAND MATERIALS
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• I used diverse fingering weight yarns for the flowers, including this one and this one too as this one and this 1 from Knit Picks.
• I used Patons Grace in the colour “Natural” for the band
• size E/iii.5mm crochet hook
(I recently bought this affordable prepare and have been loving them!)
• three″ of foldover elastic
• needle and thread
Free Crochet Headband Pattern With Flowers
(Baby, Toddler, Child, Adult)
ch – concatenation
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
tc – triple crochet
sl st – slip sew together
blo – back loops merely
To brand the band:
Subtract two inches from the caput circumference. This is how long you volition make your headband.
sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next two ch, 3 sc in next ch, sc in next iii ch. Turn. (9)
Row two: Ch 1, sc2tog, sc, sc, iii sc in next run up, sc, sc, sc2tog. Turn (ix)
Row 3: Ch one, sc2tog, sc, sc, three sc in adjacent stitch, sc, sc, sc2tog. Plough (9)
(Piece of work unabridged row through back loops only (blo))
Ch 1, sc2tog, sc, sc, three sc in adjacent stitch, sc, sc, sc2tog. Plough (9)
Ch 1, sc2tog, sc, sc, 3 sc in next stitch, sc, sc, sc2tog. Turn (9)
Repeat rows ii-5 until your ring measures 2” shorter than the head circumference. End with a row 4. Spike off.
Coral Crochet Flower
In second ch from hook, 2 sc in each stitch across. Plough. (30)
ch ane, sc, [ii sc, sc] repeat across. Plough. (twoscore)
Ch 1, [sl st first stitch, dc, dc, sl st] repeat across. Spike off.
Gyre the flower piece as pictured and sew a few passes dorsum and forth across the dorsum of the flower (through each petal layer) to fasten.
Purple Crochet Blossom
Using main flower colour, make a magic ring. Make 6 sc in the ring. Join past using a sl st into the first sew. (6)
ch 1, [2sc in side by side sc, sc in adjacent sc] echo around. Fasten off (9)
To create the center of the flower:
Using accent color, ch 2 stitches. Cutting yarn, leaving a few inch tail. Pull the yarn through the last ch to fasten it off. Fold the very curt ch in half and pull both tails through the front of the flower toward the back. Tie the tails into a few knots on the back of the flower.
Light Pink Crochet Flower
Brand a magic ring. Brand 10 sc in the ring. Join past using a sl st into the beginning run up. (10)
ch 1, [2dc in adjacent sc, sc in next sc] around (creating v petals). Spike off.
Green Crochet Leaf
sc in 2nd ch from claw, sc in next ch, dc in next ch, tc in next ch, dc in adjacent ch, sc in adjacent ch. Spike off.
Cut a 2″ piece of elastic. Folding the raw edge over on each side of elastic, manus sew it to the headband as pictured. Repeat on the other side. Accommodate the flowers in a way that makes you happy and mitt sew them to your headband.
I made this headband for my niece Paisley’s commencement birthday next calendar week. So if you’re surfing the internet and see this Paisley, but act surprised when you open it. 🙂
Now that you’ve fabricated a flower headband, you might desire to attempt my “Aspen Socialite” free headband crochet blueprint:
Or my “Footling Bunny Foo Foo” free crochet hat pattern:
Or my crochet Cherry Blossoms Blueprint:
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