An adorable crochet flower headband pattern that is perfect for a sweet little girl. The band is made of crocheted shells, and the simple flower completes the cuteness.
Since I have learned to crochet, I decided I would make a few items for gifts.
This headband was a gift I made for my niece when she was about three years old, and it was a Christmas gift for her.
The band of the headband is a shell headband pattern. Then I added a cute little flower to the band upon completion.
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This little headband did not take long to wipe up at all. I spent the most time making sure I had the chains right for the length.
Easy Crochet Flower Headband Pattern
The headband that is pictured is the 12 months to tween size since my niece was three at the time I made this. So this pattern is for that size.
To convert the pattern for any size, make sure your starting chain is the length provided below.
- Newborn 13 inches
- 3-6 months 14 inches
- 6-12 months 16 inches
- 12 months-tween 17.5 inches
- Adult 18 inches
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
- Worsted weight yarn – I used Caron Simply Soft yarn. It turned out soft, and I like the sheen.
- H Hook
- Yarn Needle
- Measuring Tape
SHELL HEADBAND PATTERN:
Loosely Chain a number of chains to get the desired length. Make sure the amount is divisible by 4.
Double Crochet 3 stitches in the 3rd chain from your hook.
*Skip a chain. Slip Stitch into the next chain.
Skip a chain. Double Crochet 4 stitches into the next chain.*
Repeat from * to * until you get to the end. Make sure you end with a shell in your last chain.
Turn your work.
Double Crochet 4 stitches into the same chain as your last shell.
**Skip a chain. Slip stitch into the next chain.
Skip a chain. Double Crochet 4 stitches into the next chain.**
Repeat from ** to ** until you get to the end.
Join your last shell to the first shell. Cut your yarn leaving a long length. Tie off your work. Using the extra string, sew your headband into a loop shape.
Chain 3. Slip Stitch into the first chain to make a circle.
Single Crochet 4 stitches into the circle. Slip Stitch into the first single crochet.
*Chain 4, Triple Crochet 2 stitches, Chain 4, Slip Stitch* into the same stitch.
Repeat from * to * for the remaining 4 petals.
Cut your yarn and tie off.
Now you have to sew your flower onto your headband for completion.
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