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Flower baby headband

FREE CROCHET PATTERN: Flower baby headband! There is never enough flowers…or…headbands! 🙂 This flower baby headband is so simple and beautiful you will love it! There are lot’s of color combinations and it will fulfill any baby outfit that you have in mind!

There is never enough flowers…or…headbands! 🙂

This flower baby headband is so

simple and beautiful you will love it!

There are lot’s of color combinations and it will fulfill

any baby outfit that you have in mind!

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For this pattern you will need:

Cotton yarn

I used Unitas Mirabela but you can also use some of these brands if they are available to you for my patterns Aunt Lydia’s fashion 3 size 100% Mercerized cotton or “Patons Grace” 100% mercerized cotton or anything similar.

3 mm crochet hook

yarn needle

Stitches used:

ch – chain

chsc – chainless single crochet

sc – single crochet

dc – double crochet

slst – slip stitch

Pattern is written for 42 cm long headband that is long enough for babies from 0-12 months, but you can do it longer if you want, just make multiple of 6 foundation stitches.

LET’S START!

Row 1:

Make a chsc of 102 stiches.

This is how you do chainless single crochet stitch:

First:

Chain two

Insert hook under top two strands of first chain

Yarn over, pull through the two strands of the first chain

Yarn over, pull through one loop

Yarn over, pull through two loops

Second (and all other) stitches:

Insert hook in chain part of previous stitch under left and back strands of chain part

Yarn over, pull through the two strands of the previous chain

Yarn over, pull through one loop

Yarn over, pull through two loops (single crochet part)

repeat to end.

Row 2:

Ch 1, turn, sc to the end. (102 stiches)

Row 3:

Ch 3, turn, 3 dc, * 2 ch, skip 2 stiches, 1 dc in next stitch (repeat from * until there is 4 stiches left and make 4 dc.

Row 4:

Ch 1, turn, make sc in every dc, and 2 sc in every ch 2 space.

Row 5:

Ch 1, turn, make sc in every sc from previous row. Fasten off.

This is how it should look like.

flower baby headband

Now attach contrasting color (in this case brown) and start with first sc.

*Ch 3, skip 1 stitch, sc in next (repeat from * around the headband making sc in center of dc on the ends of headband), slst in first sc from beginning.

Now it is time to make the leaf and the flower.

Leaf

Start with chain 4, slst in first chain to join in a ring.

Round 1:

*ch 4, 2 sc in 2nd chain from hook, sc next 2 ch, sc in foundation ring, repeat from * 4 times, do not join.

Round 2:

*sc in next 2 st, 2 dc in next st, 2 dc-1 trc-2 dc in next st, 2 dc in next st, sc in next 2 st, slst in next st, repeat from * 4 times. Fasten off.

Flower

Start with chain 4, slst in first chain to join in a ring.

Round 1:

*ch 3, sc into the ring, repeat from * 5 times.

Round 2:

*slst in 3ch space, ch 1, 3 dc in same 3ch space, ch 1, slst in same space, repeat from * 5 times.

Put a satin ribbon through the headband.

AND YOU ARE ALMOST DONE!!!

Now you just have to put all the pieces together, with yarn needle work in tails.

In the center of the flower you can put bead or button of your choice and tie it to the headband.

READY TO GIVE AS A GIFT OR SELL!!!

flower baby headband
I hope you enjoyed it and that you LOVE your new headband! 🙂

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If you would like to purchase pdf download for this pattern to support me as a designer
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Enjoy your day!!! Happy crocheting!!!

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