Sunday, March 6, 2011

Welcome Brooklynn !

Meet Sweet Brooklynn born 3-4-11, 6 lbs. 5 oz.
Her new Daddy is a soldier, he was able to be here but he may soon be deployed to a combat zone
If you think about it please say a little prayer for this VERY sweet new family
Vinni, Lindsay & Sweet Brooklynn
God Bless all who serve in the Military 
Thier families here at home

God Bless Brooklynn & Family

I made Brooklynn's Dasiy Headband & this little "Shabby Chic Kiddo Hat"
It always amazes me to see the hats I make in pictures like these

Band of Hearts Pattern
Band of Hearts Headband®

J Hook
Lion Brand – “Baby’s First” 1 skein

Stitch Explanation
Hdc fan stitch = 2 hdc, chain1, 2 hdc all into one stitch
hdc = Half Double Crochet
Slip Stitch

Chain 15
Into 6th chain from hook hdc, hdc, chain 1, hdc, hdc all in one stitch, skip 3, repeat hdc fan stitch in next stitch after skip three,  skip 3  work 1 hdc into last chain stitch.  chain 2 (the chain 2 creates a space)
Work hdc fan into previous hdc fan chain 1 space, repeat into next chain 1 space of 2nd fan, hdc into last chain 2 space, chain 2

(Repeat hdc fan stitch into chain 1 space of each hdc, end with hdc into last chain 2 space, chain 2
Turn )

Repeat above between ( ) until band measure 18.5”, end with hdc into last space, do not chain 2, fasten off

Fold band in half, join together with whip stitch or crochet, slip stitching ends together to form a flat seam.

The band should measure about 4” wide x 18.5 round, depending on the type of yarn there should be just enough stretch for average Adult/Tween
Note: The pictured band is on a newborn and is modified down to 12”
Crocheting the hdc fans into one another’s chain 1 spaces forms a band of little hearts
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The Dasiy is from my Flower Girl Headband & Garden Rose Pattern

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Olga Poltava said...

Hello Cheryl,
What an adorable baby girl. The hat you made for her is so lovely too. Thank you for linking to my blog party ;-)
You asked about the crochet doily pattern, I just e-mailed it to you.
Have a wonderful week!

Suze said...

I love the hat and the baby girl is even more adorable. Wish I knew how to crochet those adorable baby hat :)

Flower Girl Cotttage said...

Olga, You are so sweet THANK YOU for the pattern, again your work is just beautiful !
Thank you Olga & Suze for the nice comments :)

petitehermine said...

Your baby girl is so adorable! Especially in that cute little hat! Thanks for linking up on Sunday! Join me again this week! :)