Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Crochet Headband Pattern

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Crochet Headband

Materials: 1 ball Lily Cotton Yarn, Size G Hook

Pattern
First Row:
Chain 20, Double Crochet, Chain 2, Single Crochet into 4th chain from Hook,
* Skip 3 chains, work 2 Double Crochets, Chain 2, Single Crochet in next chain stitch*, Repeat the stitches between *  * to the end of the row

Row 2: Chain 2 Turn, Double Crochet, Chain 2, Single Crochet in 1st Chain 2 Space, 2 Double Crochets, Chain 2, Single Crochet into each remaining Chain 2 Spaces across to end

Repeat Row 2 until Strip Measures 18” join by slip stitching ends together or sew together with yarn needle. Weave in ends with your method of choice.

Note: This band is approx. 5" wide to adjust size, adjust foundation chain in multiples of 4

Finished
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62 comments:

DAFemme71 said...

This is lovely.

Jan said...

Lovely headband! Sorry don't understand pattern. Row 1 you say CH20 then DC [is that in the first stitch from hook?] then to CH2 then single crochet 4th ch from hook? Then in Row2 you say CH2 turn then DC, is that in the stitch at the base of the CH2? Kind regards

LuckyGirl HairTies said...

Jan, the first DC, CH2 & SC are all worked into the 4th Chain from Hook.

Row 2, Ch2 turn DC into 1st CH Space then into same chain space ch 2 and single crochet, then continue onto the next chain 2 space with 2 dc, chain 2 , single crochet. it is sort of like a cluster into each subsequent chain space. hope that helps : )

Anonymous said...

Ahh I see now, silly me! Thank you! Kind regards

Luci said...

Is there a pattern for that sweet flower too? Thank you so much!

LuckyGirl HairTies said...

Luci, I am posting the flower pattern in the few days so I hope you check back in a few days

Crochet Princess Beth said...

What a beautiful headband! Thank you for sharing! Can't wait to get the beautiful flower pattern too! :)

Myrian said...

Lovely headband just finished mine. Mine came out not as wide as yours because I used Vanna's Glamour double up. Next one will try with cotton.
I would like to know how to make the pretty flower please. I can't wait to wear my new headband. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern with us.

Anonymous said...

Just finished making one of these adorable headbands. LOVE the texture and how the edges have a bit of a scalloped look to them.

The girls in our family are going to be looking pretty cute this winter! :-)

Thank you so very much for this awesome pattern!

Lee Ann said...

I love this headband! Thanks very much for posting! :)
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Sara Sowers said...

On row 1 it says to repeat and then skip the last three to the end. Do you sc in the last stitch? Or dc or what do you do after you skip the last three.

LuckyGirl HairTies said...

Sara, the row ends with a cluster 2 double crochets, chain 2, single crochet in the last chain stitch, then before you turn for row 2chain 2 and turn begin second row directions, I hope that helps, I try my best with directions I am not a "pro" pattern writer : )

Anonymous said...

I keep ending up with 2or 3(i forget offhand) ch left at the ends of row 1. I have redone this many times with the same result. What do I do with those ch??

lashon monroe said...

I like the headband, but there's no instructions for the flower, I like that flower.

Anonymous said...

Love it. It turned out so beautiful. Thank you. Did you ever post the pattern for the flower and if so, can you share the link to that page?

Nancy Ellefson said...

Started this today, looks like its going fast & easy, who don't like that. Making headbands for granddaughter with red heart blacklight yarn. Thinking it would also be a fast afghan.

Anonymous said...

How do I get the flower pattern?

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the pattern. Are there instructions for the flower?

SHelly said...

I absolutely love this pattern! It's gorgeous and so easy. I just wanted to check sizes though. I worked out that 18" would be about 45cm but mine seemed longer than what is shown in your pics. Also, would you use the same size for all ages?

daniel goode said...

Hello, I'm on my third attempt at your lovely headband. Reading the above comments don't seem to have helped either so I'm sorry if I'm replication questions. To start row two is the first chain to work into the first next to hook. Also are the clusters worked into the every second stitch or skip two stitches and cluster worked into every third stitch thank you. Really want to make this

Anonymous said...

Very pretty, great pattern easy to make, but still no pattern for the flower????

Anonymous said...

Make sure that you are skipping 3 chains not doing the cluster in the 3rd one! Does that make since?

Anonymous said...

Make sure you are skipping 3 chains not doing the cluster in the 3rd chain! Does that make sense?

daniel goode said...

Finally worked out what I was doing wrong. Still learning how to read patterns. Below is the link I found for the flower

http://flowergirlcottage.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/free-crochet-flower-pattern.html

Anonymous said...

What does Skip 3 across to the end Mean????

Anonymous said...

Ive followed many patterns but cant figure yours out. Takes too long to figure it out than its worth. I dont seem to be the only one

Anonymous said...

Very poorly written pattern. I will just find something more user friendly...thanks anyway..

Anonymous said...

VERY EASY TO UNDERSTAND. LOVE THE PATTERN!!!!

Diana Houck said...

Love it... I've made 5 so far. Thank you for this awesome pattern.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing! I'm sorry that a few people wrote rude comments. I'm always so grateful that people share their designs online for free.

LuckyGirl HairTies said...

Hi this is Cheryl of flower girl Cottage Blog, I am not a professional pattern writer, I play around and then write down how I do it and share stuf I think other people might like. I LOVE crocheting. If You can't understand my directionsfor this headband, apologies

LuckyGirl HairTies said...

http://flowergirlcottage.blogspot.com/2013/09/free-crochet-flower-pattern.html


LuckyGirl HairTies said...

The flower pattern is available just check out the link above or click on home and scroll down :)
but again I am not a pro at my pattern directions, so if it is hard to understand apologies

Darlene Huth said...

I made the first one not understanding all the instructions. Then on the second one read other post and I finally got it. I love this pattern.
So fun. Thanks for your blog.

Nicole Kipp said...

So i got the pattern down but it keeps curling almost like im making a circle is thag right? Om the second row u are suppse to go every 2nd chain and do 2 dc and 2chain and a sc? Right?

Anonymous said...

fantastic pattern, my sisters loved their headbands, couldn't save them for Christmas once they saw mine lol

Anonymous said...

WOW people must be over thinking this pattern! i was afraid to try it at first from all the comments... but it is really quite simple! very pretty! and i have a hard time reading patterns!!

Guin Ness said...

Brilliant - thank you so much for sharing this pattern. It's great, as people have said it just works in clusters and repeats, simple but really effective. I've used it to make a phone holder so wanted to say thanks also for the tip on how to increase length etc. will be sure to have a good look round your blog :) x

MagdaleneJewels said...

I just joined your blog - I saw this pattern on Pinterest - I made a few headbands for friends as Christmas gifts - wish I saw this pattern a few weeks ago!! Going to work on this later.

I invite you and others to join my Blog - MagdaleneJewels.blogspot.ccm

Thank you for sharing!

Ruby Rose said...

Thank you for this cute pattern. This will make great gifts for my granddaughters.

Anonymous said...

It's beautiful, us there a name for this stitch?

TinaDee England said...

I'm loving this pattern! I'm glad I didn't read the comments first. I understood your directions completely and got it on the first try. Now to make the flower... Thank you for sharing your patterns!

Anonymous said...

Im.having a hard time with row 2 can someone please walk me through it. Or a lil video :)
Thank you

Amy Weinstein said...

Love this pattern, very easy to follow. Instead of a flower, I added two buttons. Thank you for the pattern!

Yolanda said...

It took me a few times to get the hang of it, but just kept trying. Once you figure it out is is really quite easy. I am on my fifth one and will attach 3 small crocheted hearts for valentines. Have 3 granddaughters and 2 nieces, they will love them! Thanks for sharing this pattern.

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Brine said...

Love the patterns! They are too cute! i think they would work great on a flower girl

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Smom9598 said...

Edited due to a mistake I found- Hope this helps.


Flower Girl Cottage you did an amazing job. I completely understand about not being a professional pattern writer. That is okay. This project is so worth trying to figure out. I retyped what you were trying to convey and if this helps please use it.

Row 1: Chain 20, (dc, chain 2, sc) in 4th chain from the hook, skip 3 chains, 2 dc in next sc, chain 2, sc in the next sc: repeat 3 more times; (last one) skip 3 chains, (2dc, chain 2, sc) in the last stitch.
Row 2: Chain 2, (dc, chain 2, sc) in the chain 2 space, *(2dc, chain 2, sc) into chain 2 sp*(repeat from* to * 4 times) for 5 total cluster stitches.

Karen Roth said...

This si just too adorable! I have just got to make me one!

Anonymous said...

Great pattern, thank you for sharing! Not sure why people had such difficulty, I thought it was well explained, Happy crocheting!

Mama Shauna said...

I'm working on this right now! Thanks so much for the pattern! I'm ShaunaMichelle on Ravelry, and MamaShauna on Wordpress. I can't wait to blog about this new headband. It was part of a bet!

Elisha Brain said...

Took my 5 times to figure out the pattern but finally got there. I am loving it, its looks so good

Pam D said...

Hi, I love the pattern but am curious about the choice of yarn. My main concern is that the headband will not be stretchy and cotton yarn to me does not seem stretchy. Please advise

Debby said...

My daughter has been wanting me to make her a head wrap since last winter she got tired of waiting and paid 25 dollars for an alpaca wool one that is about an inch and a half wide with a silly looking flower on it and is so itchy she can't stand to wear it! I just finished this pattern with Carons Simply Soft and I used a crochet Rose and she is so happy with it! Thank you for sharing this wonderful pattern! I finally have peace again! And a beautiful daughter! Lol

Mercedes Gonzales said...

I keep ending with a extra chain on row one?

Anonymous said...

Thank so much for sharing your pattern with us. I'm a true newbie to crocheting and I was able to figure it out - you did a fabulous job. The headband turned out beautiful! Cheers!!

Anonymous said...

Could you possibly post a video? I'm new to crocheting and the terminology is kind of confusing me (: thanks!

ada said...

Love the pattern, it is Homy favorite headband. All great nieces are getting one for Christmas

lisa said...

Easy to understand the pattern, got it on the first try. Thanks!

LuckyGirl HairTies said...

Hi Everyone Thank You for taking time to comment on this headband pattern, Remember I am not a professional pattern writer and I use cotton yarn because I like it, true it does not stretch like other types of yarn but it works fine for me and it doesn't itch which is a bugaboo for my picky girls. I hope anyone that wants to give the headband a try like the finished work. Happy Holidays !