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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Crochet Women Headband with flower

Crochet Women Headband with flower




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Size=21-22 inches, Women's head
Half double crochet headband

Supplies:
button
I hook
Vanna White Cream yarn
K hook

Abbreviations:
ch=chain
hdc=half double crochet
sl st=slip stitch
2hdctog=two half double crochet together decrease
dc=double crochet

Instructions:
I hook
row 1. ch 4, hdc in the 2nd chain from the hook, 2 hdc in the next, hdc in the last chain, turn, ch 1 (4hdc)
row 2. hdc in the next 2 chains, 2 hdc in next chain increase, hdc in the last chain, turn, ch 1 (5 hdc)
row 3. hdc in the first two chains, 2 hdc in the next chain increase, hdc in the next two chains, turn, ch 1 (6 hdc)
row 4. hdc in the first 3 chains, 2 hdc in the next chain increase, hdc in the next two chains, turn, ch 1, (7hdc)
row 5. hdc each stitch across, turn, ch 1(7hdc)
row 6. hdc in the next 3 chains, 2 hdc in the next chain increase, hdc in the next 3 chains,turn, ch 1 (8hdc)
row 7. hdc in each stitch across, turn, ch 1 (8hdc)
row 8. hdc in the next 4 chains, 2 hdc in the next chain increase, hdc in the next 3 chains, turn, ch 1 (9hdc)
row 9. hdc in the each stitch across, turn, ch 1. (9hdc)
row 10. hdc in the next 5 chains, 2 hdc in the next chain increase, hdc in the next 3 chains, turn, ch 1, (10hdc)
row 11. hdc in each stitch across, turn, ch 1 (10hdc)
row 12. hdc in the next 5 chains, 2 hdc in the next chain increase, hdc in the next 4 chains, turn, ch 1, (11hdc)
rows 13-14. hdc in each stitch across, turn, ch 1. (11hdc) twice
row 15. hdc in the next 5 chains, 2 hdc in the next chain increase, hdc in the next 5 chains, turn, ch 1, (12hdc)
rows 16-19. hdc in the each stitch across, turn, ch 1 (12hdc) 4 times
row 20. hdc in the next 5 chains, 2 hdc in the next chain increase, hdc in the next 6 chains, turn, ch 1, (13 hdc)
row 21. hdc in each stitch across, turn, ch 1, (13 hdc)
row 22. hdc in the next 6 chains, 2 hdc in the next chain increase, hdc in the next 6 chains, turn, ch 1. (14 hdc)
rows 23-30. hdc in each stitch across, turn, ch 1 (14 hdc) 8 times ( this headband depending on your yarn will have a stretch, so if you think your head is smaller then 21-22 inches, then I would only do this row twice instead.
row 31. hdc in the next 7 chains, 2hdctog decrease in the next chain, hdc in the next 5 chains, turn, ch 1. (13hdc)
row 32. hdc in the each stitch across, turn, ch 1, (13 hdc)
row 33. hdc in the next 6 chains, 2hdctog decrease in the next chain, hdc in the next 5 chains, turn, ch 1. (12hdc)
rows 34-37. hdc in the each stitch across, turn, ch 1, (12hdc) 4 times
row 38. hdc in the next 5 chains, 2hdctog decrease in the next chain, hdc in the next 5 chains, turn, ch 1. (11hdc)
rows 39-40. hdc in the each stitch across, turn, ch 1. (11hdc) twice
row 41. hdc in the next 5 chains, 2hdctog decrease in the next stitch, hdc in the next 4 chains, turn, ch 1. (10hdc)
row 42. hdc in each stitch across, turn, ch1. (10hdc)
row 43. hdc in the next 4 chains, 2hdctog decrease in the next stitch, hdc in the next 4 chains, turn, ch 1. (9hdc)
row 44. hdc in each stitch across, turn, ch 1 (9hdc)
row 45. hdc in the next 3 chains across, 2hdctog decrease in the next stitch, hdc in the next 4 chains, turn, ch 1. (8hdc)
row 46. hdc in each stitch across, turn, ch 1. (8hdc)
row 47. hdc in the next 3 chains across, 2hdctog decrease in the next stitch, hdc in the next 3 chains, turn, ch 1. (7hdc)
row 48. hdc in each stitch across, turn, ch 1. (7hdc)
row 49. hdc in the next 3 chains, 2hdctog decrease in the next stitch, hdc in the next 2 chains, turn, ch 1. (6hdc)
row 50. hdc in the next 2 chains, 2hdctog decrease in the next stitch, hdc next 2 chains, turn, ch 1. (5hdc)
row 51. hdc in the next 2 chains, 2hdctog decrease in the next stitch, hdc next chain, turn, ch 1. (4hdc)
row 52. hdc in the next 1 chain, 2hdctog decrease in the next stitch, hdc in the next chain turn, ch 1. (3hdc)
row 53. hdc, skip 1 chain, hdc in the last stitch, this will be your button hole. fasten off, weave in ends.

On the other side, sew a button on the end of the headband.

Flower:
K hook
Cream yarn
ch 35
row 1. dc in the 5th ch from the hook, *ch 1, skip 1, (dc-ch1-dc) in the next ch-v-stitch made: *repeat from across: (16 sts) , turn
row 2. ch 3, counts as dc, 5 dc first ch space, *sc in next ch-1 space, 6 dc in the next ch-1 space-shell st made: repeat from * ending 6 dc in the last ch-1 space 16 stitch shells. fasten off, leaving long tail for anchoring rosette.
Start at that end, roll first shell tightly to form center bud: anchor at base of shell with 2 sts. Roll remaining strip to form Rosette. Then secure by stitching in and out through layers of foundations ch at bottom rosette. Then secure onto the headband.

4 comments:

George & Amanda Ballew said...

I loved the headband pattern, it was so clear and easy to follow, but the flower had me confused. :) I don't know what shell stitches are or what ch-v-chain means?

Amy said...

I found this video that shows how to do this flower on YouTube., http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNAgq6eVE6I&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Amy said...

Copy and paste that video onto your browser

Rachael Wieme said...

I love this pattern, very easy to follow, and very quick to make. Definitely going to use this again in the future!

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