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Crochet Flower Bud Headband
This crochet flower was inspired by a pinterest find. I often find myself browsing through pinterest looking at stitches and just looking at pieces in general to find some inspiration. I came across this PIN which had a flower like pattern of stitches. As soon as I saw it, I thought it would be really nice to have the flowers on a headband.
I really like the crochet flower stitch idea but there is no pattern listed for it so I spent a few days trying different things. After many failed attempts I finally came up with this beautiful crochet flower bud pattern.
When I worked this up I was working in rounds, but it could be worked in rows, it is worked from bottom upwards. It would make a beautiful edging on an afghan or even a little girls spring-summer dress. The possibilities are endless!
First pattern using these beautiful flower buds is a crochet headband.
Crochet Flower Bud Headband Pattern Notes…
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Adult 22″ head circumference.
An ounce each of Red Heart Soft Yarn black, guacamole and rose blush.
- v-st – dc, ch 1, dc in same st.
- long hdc – hdc in the spaces created between v-sts from rnd 4.
- Popcorn Stitch (Pop-St) – 5 dc in same st, on last stitch draw up a 1″ loop, remove hook, insert hook beside first dc in behind the 5 dc, attach loop onto hook and draw up a loop.
2 flower buds (6 sc) = 2 inches wide
This pattern is worked in multiples of 3, each flower bud = 3 stitches wide.
There is now a complete video tutorial of how to work up this headband available HERE.
Below is my first attempt at making a chart. This is just to show the placement of the stitches to be used as a guide.
Crochet Flower Bud Headband Pattern..
|Create Date||November 29, 2013|
|Last Updated||November 15, 2014|
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