Crochet Flower Hairband Pattern by Crochet For You.
Okay, friends. 🙂 Today, I have another beautiful pattern to share with you. The idea of this crochet flower hairband born with Crochet 3D Flower Bouquet I have recently shared. This time I added beads to the crochet flowers. It’s easy and quick method to attach the florist wire to the flower. This crochet flower hairband perfect for flower girls, bridesmaid and of course your little girls to wear any special occasions in this Spring and Summertime.
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Skill Level: Easy
Materials: (I used)
- Light blue yarn (1-super fine, fingering weight / 100% Acrylic)
- Olive green color yarns (2-fine, sport weight / 100% Acrylic)
- 2.25mm (U.S B/1 ) crochet hook for make flowers
- 3.5 mm (U.S E/4) crochet hook for make leaves
- Florist wire and tape
- Tapestry needle for weaving ends.
- Optional: Ribbon about 60″ long to tie on back.
Gauge: Gauge is not very important for this project.
- ch – chain
- sl st – slip stitch
- sc – single crochet
- hdc = half double crochet
- st – stitch
- * to ; = repeat * to * the instructions.
- 3-dc puff stitch = [yarn over, insert the hook in indicated st, yo, pull up a loop] 3 times, yo and pull through all the loops on the hook.
- The pattern is easy to follow. First, you need to crochet flowers and leaves separately.
- I made 16 flowers and 16 leaves to make this hairband.
Crochet Flower Hairband Pattern
With light blue yarn and 2.25mm crochet hook, make a magic ring.
Round 1: 10 sc into the ring, sl st to first st. (10 sts)
Round 2: *(1 hdc, 2 dc, 1 hdc) in next st (made a flower petal), sl st to next st; repeat * to around. (5 petals)
Fasten off and weave the end.
ch 5, 3-dc puff st in 4th ch from the hook, ch 3, sl st to the same ch. Fasten off and cut the yarn leaving 0.5″ yarn. (I did not weave the end because it cover up wrapping with florist tape and it gives an extra strength to the stalk)
(Attach the florist wire to flower and leaves together make a stem)
- cut the florist wire about 10 inches long pieces to match with a number of flowers you crocheted.
Insert the 1 bead to the one piece of florist wire and place it in the middle of the wire. Bend and twist. (see the photos above)
Insert the twisted wire through the center of the flower from front to back. And then insert one leaf through the left chain at the beginning. Pull the flower and leaf near to the bead located. Wrap and cover the wire part using florist tape. (see the photos above)
To make a hairband
- cut the florist wire about 16″ long. (bend a little at the end of two sides of the wire and twist to make loops (you can use this loops to tie ribbon). Wrap the florist tape all over the band and bend it like a hair band)
And here is the fun and exciting part. 🙂 After all flower twigs done. Start to make a flower hairband by twisting each piece around the band. (Sorry, I forget to take photos while I doing this because I was very excited to finish it) You can start from one side and go by twisting all the flowers to the other side as you want.
Cut 2 ribbon pieces about 30″ long and attach to the loops on the band to tie on back. (see the photos belove)
That’s all. 🙂 Now you have a beautiful hairband.
Can’t wait to see your finished projects. 🙂 Share your finished projects of this pattern.
Happy hooking with Crochet For You!!
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