Crochet Butterfly Kiss Headband
Crochet Butterfly Kiss Headband is the 2nd butterfly headband I’ve made. The Butterfly Flutterby Headband was made using pop stitches so the butterflies were 3D looking. I’ve been playing around lately to come up with a new butterfly design that works up flat.
The written pattern for the Crochet Butterfly Kiss Headband is made to fit a 19-20 inch sized head but there are pattern notes that include the math to size the pattern. If you’re looking to make it an inch bigger you could almost get away with using a larger size (US J10/6.00mm) of hook.
I used 3 colours of Red Heart Super Saver yarn, white, butterfly and black. I love the way the colour butterfly works up, it’s perfect for just that, butterflies! Any kind of variegated yarn would work up lovely. I’d love to see what colours you use.
Crochet Butterfly Kiss Headband Pattern Notes..
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Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver in 3 colours. 50 yards or less, this would be a great project to use up your yarns scraps.
Hook: US I9/5.50mm
Size: Fits approximatly 19-20 inch head circumference.
Supplies: You will need a US G6/4.00mm hook to add butterfly bodies.
- FHDC – Foundation Half Double crochet.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Orha7ORgWbw
- Joining FHDC in the round – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=09_08oIMt60
- cl-st – yo, insert hook into st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops on hook, (yo, insert hook into same st, yo, draw up a loop, yo, draw through 2 loops on hook) 2 times, yo, draw through all 4 loops on hook.
- Invisible join – http://dearestdebi.com/crochet-invisible-join
Gauge: 3 hdc = 1 inch wide
Notes: Need help adding the butterfly bodies? Check out the video tutorial for my Mandala Butterflies.. http://dearestdebi.com/dearest-debi-crochet-mandala-for-marinke
Crochet Butterfly Kiss Headband Video Tutorial..
Crochet Butterfly Kiss Headband Pattern..
With MC work 60 fhdc, join with sl st to beg hdc. (60 hdc)
**Put a stitch marker in your MC, make sure to bring yarn to front of work so that it can be picked up again in rnd 3.**
Rnd 2: insert hook into 2nd hdc to the left of MC (to the right for lefties), draw up AC1, ch 1, cl-st in same hdc, ch 2, sk 1 hdc, cl-st in next sc, ch 5, sk next 3 hdc, *cl-st in next hdc, ch 2, sk 1 hdc, cl-st in next hdc, ch 5, sk next 3 hdc, rep from * around, join with sl st to beg cl-st, fasten off AC1. (20 cl-st, 10 ch2, 10 ch5)
Rnd 3: insert hook back into MC (stitches are worked skipped hdc from rnd 1, push rnd 2 to the back of work out of the way), ch 3 (counts as beg dc), dc in next hdc, ch 5, *dc in next 3 sk hdc, ch 5, rep from * around until there’s 1 hdc left to work in, dc in last hdc, join with sl st to beg dc. (30 dc,10 ch5)
**Put a stitch marker in your MC, make sure to bring yarn to front of work so that it can be picked up again in rnd 5.**
Rnd 4: insert hook into a ch2 sp from rnd 2 (stitches are worked only in ch2 sps, push ch5 to back of work, do NOT work in ch 5 sp), draw up AC1, ch 3 (counts as beg dc), 2 dc in same ch2 sp, ch 2, 3 dc in same ch2 sp, ch 2 *3 dc in next ch2 sp, ch 2, 3 dc in same ch2 sp, ch 2, rep from * around, join with sl st to beg dc, fasten off AC1. (60 dc, 20 ch2)
Rnd 5: insert hook back into MC, ch 2 (counts as beg hdc), hdc in next dc from rnd 3 (make sure to work all hdc over the ch2 from rnd 4 AND the ch5 from rnd 3), ch 1, sc in ch2 sp, ch 1, *hdc in next 3 dc from rnd 3, ch 1, sc in ch2 sp between shells, ch 1, rep from * around until 1 dc from rnd 3 remains, hdc in last dc, join with sl st to beg hdc. (30 dc, 20 ch1, 10 sc)
Rnd 6: ch 2 (counts as beg hdc) hdc in next hdc and each st around, work invisible join to beg hdc. (60 hdc)
Cut 10 strips of yarn approximately 10-12 inches long. Insert hook (US G6/4.00mm) into skipped hdc from rnd 1 between the two cl-sts from the front, draw up a strand leaving a 5 inch tail, ch 3, push beg tail to back of work, insert hook into ch2 sp between shells from rnd 4, sl st using the beg tail to work with, fasten off, gently snug the two strands and tie in 2 knots.
Butterfly bodies video tutorial available https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTyNrIne-K0
This pattern is free to view on my blog, a PDF of the pattern can be purchased in my Ravelry Shop.