Monday, December 12, 2011

Crochet Winter Headband with Flower

Here is a quick crochet project I wanted to share. I worked this one up last night while the hubs and I watched a movie. I followed a pattern from www.crochetme.com called Quick Winter Headband. The only part I changed was the end. I created a 7 chain loop on one end and sewed a button to the other. You can find the flower pattern HERE from Red Heart. My flower came out a little different than the one they pictured. I must have misread something in the pattern. I will have to try making another one but for now I like the way this one turned out :)

27 comments:

  1. Last year i sold these for ten dollars each and made $50 that doesnt seem like a lot but i am only a kid sooooo

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    1. That is great! That's more than what I am making on my crocheted items. Stick with it and do what you love, you will be successful!

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    2. thats fantastic!! thats more than I'm making trying to sell my crocheted stuff

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    3. Thank you so much for your this!
      I am really impressed

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  2. That is great!! Congrats! When was a kid I made little stuffed turtles that had a butter tub in their backs and I glued them shut with some popcorn. It was my only way to make Christmas money. We were not wealthy and I bought all my own clothes at goodwill with babysitting money.

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  3. Wow it good to see that wool hairband sewed quite stylishly....the flower on the side is looking simply adorable..!!

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  4. I love the headband! Any suggestions for how to scale it down to fit a kid?

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    1. I would not increase to 13 stitches across at the beginning, I would probably stop at 9 across.

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  5. What stitch did you use for the main part?

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  6. Made one of these in two evenings as a christmas present - thanks for sharing!

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  7. I love this! These are being sold at Kohls right now for fourteen dollars. They're much more special when they're handmade. Thank you for posting this!

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    1. Sears had some too... glad I was able to make my own... I am allergic to wool so I used regular worsted weight yarn but it still turned out adorable.

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  8. I'm missing something! where is the pattern?

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  9. OK I figured it out! I reread the post.

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  10. I love this! I'm soo happy I found it! It only took me a couple hours (the first time my stitches were uneven so it was all lopsided. lol).
    Thank you for sharing, I love your blog & I only found it yesterday!!! =)

    ~Tiff*

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  11. how can i get the pattern? i would like to try and make one

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  12. Thank you so much for the information you have shared with us!
    I am impressed!

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  13. SO excited to see this cool crochet blog! I'm hoping to be able to try out some of your fun patterns!

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  14. What stitch did you use for your main stitch? The pattern says you can use almost any stitch in between. Thanks, love your blog, it is by far my fav!!

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  17. Is there any way to knit this headband. Well done Sarah it is beautiful.

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  18. Do you have a pattern for the flower you used? Thanks!

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  19. Hi just a quick quest. What if I were to use chunky number 6 yarn instead of the worsted weight yarn???
    Would it make a big difference on the headband... if any?


    Thank you.

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