Thursday, April 26, 2018

Spring Morning Headband Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs


Spring Morning Headband Crochet 
Pattern By Sara Sach of
I have been working on this Crochet Pattern for a
 few months and we finally got it  finished. I really
 love the versatility of this headband pattern.
It's a wide headband, that's wide enough to be used 
as a ear warmer, also.
This Pattern is designed with Worsted Weight (4) Yarn.
Cotton Yarn can also be used for this headband, 
for cool summer Headband.

If you make it in Bright colors it's a Spring headband 
with a Flower worked into it.

If you make it in greens it looks like a Headband with 
a Clover Worked in.



See the Video on my Youtube Crochet
Channel At The LINK

Spring Morning Headband Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach
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Skill: Easy To Moderate

Materials:
Crochet Hook – H/ 5.00MM
Yarn – Worsted Weight (4) 2 Colors- C1 - Variegated, C2 – Bright Pink
            I used Hobby Lobby I Love This yarn
Yarn Needle

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Single Crochet (sc)
Half Double Crochet (hdc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Back Loop Only (BLO)
Front Post Half Double Crochet (FPhdc)
Skip (sk)
Change (Chg)

Special St – Cluster Stitch (clst)
*Yarn over, Insert hook through Stitch and draw up a loop,
yarn over, pull loop through the 1st 2 loops*
Repeat From * to * 2 more times. You will have 6 loops on Your hook.
Yarn over and pull the loop through all 6 loops

Size: Youth to Adult (20 inches)
 To adjust the size of the headband - 3 chs = 1 inch

Notes:
Ch 1 does not count as a st.
Ch2 Counts as a hdc.
Ch3 Counts as a Dc.

Pattern:
R: 1- With C1, Ch 4, 1 sc in the 2nd ch from the hook,
1 sc in the next 2 chs, turn,ch1 (3 sc)

R: 2 – Working in the BLO, 1 sc in each sc, Turn ch1 (3sc)

R: 3 – R: 60 - Repeat R: 2, Do not Tie off

Place the ends of the band together, join by sc across both ends to form a circle.

R: 21 – Chgto C2, leave C1 attached.
Place 1 sc in the end of each sc around band, join to 1st sc. (60 sc)

R: 22 – Chgto C1, cut C2, Ch 3, 1 dc in each sc around, join to top of ch3, turn, ch3 ( 60 dc)

R: 23 – 1 Dc in the first 15 dc, chgto C2, leave C1 attached,

Forming the 2 bottom petals of the flower – clst in the same st as the last dc, ch1,
sk the next 3 dc, Clst in the next dc,

Chgto C1, do not cut C2, 1 dc in the same st as the last clst, 1 dc each dc around,
join to top of ch 3, ch 3. (60 sts)

R: 24 - 1 Dc in the first 15 dc, chgto C2, leave C1 attached,

Forming the 2 top petals of the flower – clst in the sc between the bottom petals,
Ch2 , Clst in the same sc,

Chgto C1, cut C2, 1 dc each dc around, join to top of ch 3, ch 3. (60 sts)

R: 25 – 1 dc in in the 1st 15 dc, 1 dc in the top of the 1st clst, 1 dc in the ch2 sp,
1 dc in the top of the next clst, 1 dc in dc each st around, join to top of ch3, (60 dc)

R: 26 – Chgto C2, leave C1 attached, 1 sc in each dc, join to 1st sc. (60 sc)

R: 27 – Chgto C1, Cut C2, 1 hdc in each sc around, join to top of ch 2, ch 2. (60 hdc)

R: 28 – 1 hdc in the 1st hdc, *FPhdc in the next hdc, 1 hdc in the next hdc*
Repeat From * to * around, join to top of ch2, tie off weave in your ends.
You can get lots of different styles from
 this one Pattern, simply by changing your yarn colors.


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