Crochet Headband with flower

Crochet Headband with a Crochet Flower

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How to Crochet a Headband Part I

How to Crochet a Headband Part II

My Crochet You Tube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/amray767
How to Crochet a Rosette Flower Tutorial!
Supplies:
Worsted Weight Brown yarn
G hook
button
Yarn Needle
 
Abbreviations:
sc: single Crochet
dc: double crochet
sts: stitches
ch: chain
2sctog=2 single crochet together
I went to a craft show and saw how popular these crochet or knit headbands were and I had to make one myself. This headband is a pretty easy pattern to follow and it was fun making it. I have really enjoyed wearing this one in the cold winter months and have made a few headbands with the flower for gifts!
Measured 21 1/2 inches long to fit an adult, 22-23 inch head. If you want shorter decrease the number of middle rows.
Instructions:
G hook
Row 1. chain 6
Row 2. Sc in 2nd chain from the hook, sc in next 4, ch 1, turn (5 sts.)
Row 3. sc in first 2, ch1, skip next stitch, sc in last 2, ch 1, turn, may need a larger hole if you have a large button (5sts.)
Rows 4-9. sc in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (5 sts.)
Row 10. 2 sc in first st, 1 sc in next 3, 2 sc in last, ch1, turn (7 sts.)
Rows 11-16. sc in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (7 sts.)
Row 17. 2 sc in first st, 1 sc in next 5, 2 sc in last, ch1, turn (9 sts.)
Rows 18-23. sc in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (9 sts.)
Row 24. 2 sc in first st, 1 sc in next 7, 2 sc in last, ch 1, turn (11 sts.)
Rows 25-30. sc in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (11 sts.)
Row 31. 2 sc in first st, 1 sc in next 9, 2 sc in last, ch 1, turn (13 sts.)
Rows 32-37. sc in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (13 sts.)
*if the headband is as wide as you want it, do not increase in row 38, simply continue with 13 across.
Row 38. 2 sc in first st, 1 sc in next 11, 2 sc in last, ch1, turn (15 st)
Rows 39-54. sc in each st across, ch 1, turn (decrease number of rows to make a shorter band)
Row 55. join first 2 st.(2sctog) , 1 sc in next 11, join last 2 st (2sctog)., ch 1, turn (13 sts.)
Rows 56-62. sc in each stitch across. , ch 1, turn (13 sts.)
Row 63. join first 2 st (2sctog) , 1 sc in next 9, join last 2 st (2sctog), ch 1, turn (11 sts.)
Rows 64-69. sc in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (11 st.)
Row 70. join first 2 st (2sctog), 1 sc in next 7, join last 2 st (2sctog), ch 1 turn (9 sts.)
Rows 71-76. sc in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (9 sts.)
Row 77. join first 2 st (2sctog), 1 sc in next 5, join last 2 st (2sctog), ch 1, turn (7 sts)
Rows 78-83. sc in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (7 stst.)
Row 84. join first 2 st (2sctog), 1 sc in next 3, join 2 st (2sctog), ch 1, turn (5 sts.)
Rows 85-90. sc in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (5 sts.)
You can single crochet around the border if you choose to
finish off. Sew a button on with yarn in desired locations. 3/4 in. button works
Crochet Flower
Supplies:
Used the same worsted brown yarn
J hook, you want a bigger flower, use K hook
Start:
ch 35
Row 1. dc in 5th ch from hook, *ch 1, skip 1, (dc-ch1-dc) in next ch -v-stitch made: *repeat from across: (16 sts) V-stitches made, turn.
Row 2. ch 3- counts as dc, 5 dc first ch-space, *sc in next ch-1 space, 6 dc in next ch-1 space- shell st made: repeat from*. ending 6 dc in last ch-1 space- 16 stitches, shells. fasten off, leaving long tail for anchoring Rosette.
Starting 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 foundation ch at bottom of Rosette. Then secure onto the headband with yarn or hot glue.
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14 Responses to Crochet Headband with flower

  1. Diamond October 4, 2011 at 6:17 pm #

    cool. i want one. can you make a video so that i can see how to do one? i have tried doing crochet..

    and have you tried making a laptop cover, crochet thing?

  2. Qui~Qui November 6, 2011 at 1:01 am #

    thank u so much for this pattern. it was easier to understand the my previous one i used. :)

  3. Mary November 16, 2011 at 12:35 am #

    Fun stuff, Amy. Thanks!

  4. shoe1958 November 19, 2011 at 11:48 pm #

    I loved this pattern, my daughter found it and sent it to me, so I would make her one,,of course!

  5. Anonymous December 17, 2011 at 2:50 am #

    Love the pattern! so easy to understand! If possible, please post a video on how to make the flower….that was my only trouble. Thank you :)

  6. Amy December 17, 2011 at 3:36 am #

    Go YouTube, type in crochet rosette flower, when I get time, I may make a video

  7. Anonymous January 26, 2012 at 2:42 am #

    Hi Amy, I have made two of these headbands for 2 of our granddaughters and they love them!! V

  8. Anonymous January 29, 2012 at 5:45 pm #

    My cousin posted this link on Facebook requesting one or a million in different shades. So easy and quick to make, and I’ve been able to use remnants to make them up. Thanks!

  9. Gabby Cisneros November 28, 2012 at 3:26 am #

    Whenever I start the flower I chain 35 and do exactly as you say but I keep coming up with only 14 v stitches rather than 16. What am I doing wrong?!

  10. Amy November 28, 2012 at 4:17 am #

    im not sure what you are doing wront, but i found a pattern for the flower here, http://www.lionbrand.com/patterns/chs-rosettes.html

    also youtube.com has good videos for these flowers too.

  11. Kim LifeonthefarminAlabama January 3, 2013 at 9:17 pm #

    Hey! I came across your blog today amd saw this pattern.. I have been looking for something like this to make. I am actually very new to crochet..like this my day 7 lol. I was wondering on row 2 you have 5 sts in () what does that mean? please reply soon :) Blessings to you and I have now become you faithful crochet follower :)

  12. Amy Lehman January 3, 2013 at 11:04 pm #

    it means 5 stitches were made in that row

  13. Anonymous March 26, 2014 at 6:33 pm #

    i have tried out this………came out good…..thanks for the pattern

  14. amray2007 March 26, 2014 at 6:42 pm #

    Great!

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