Crochet Poinsettia Headband

Monday, March 4, 2013


I know you are waiting for a free pattern. Daddy Allan made this beautiful headband, which I called Poinsettia headband because of its color combination. 


Looks very Christmas right?

This is just easy to do.

You will need:


3-ply acrylic yarn (red & green)
5.0 mm hook

How to do it:

Band (green yarn)

Ch8. hdc in the 3rd ch from the hook. Hdc until last ch. Ch2, turn, hdc in each st. Continue crocheting row after row until you reached the desired length.

If you want the band to be adjustable, make a loop after the last row.
Ch6, sl st in the opposite side. Fasten off and weave all ends. Sew 2-3 buttons to the band that is 1-inch apart. So in case your baby girl grows a little, she can still wear the headband.

Big Flower (red yarn)

Ch5. Sl st into the first ch to form a ring. Ch1. Make 10 sc into the ring. Join with sl st to Ch1.
Ch1. Make 2sc in each st. Join with sl st to Ch1.
[Ch20. sc in same st. Ch20. sc in next st.]* Repeat this around.
Fasten off and weave all ends.

Small Flower (gree yarn)

Ch5. Sl st into the first ch to form a ring. Ch1. Make 10 sc into the ring. Join with sl st to Ch1.
[Ch16. sc in next st.]* Repeat this around.
Fasten off and weave all ends.

To make the flowers flat, you may use an iron or steam. Arrange or blocked them into a foam board using pin. Then gently press your iron over them.

Sew a red button to the band, then attached the two flowers just like the photo above.

That easy right?

P.S.: This is that my own design. I just modify the free pattern I found at My Favourite Things blog.

4 comments:

  1. Wow so pretty! I think I'll make this too :) Thanks Mommy Maye and Daddy Allan!

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    1. Welcome. Madali lang syang gawin and ang ganda pag-suot :)

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  2. I will try to do this too! Galing naman ni daddy allan-chemist, cook, photo-enthusiast and crocheter!

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  3. i love the design and color combination.. Rosemarie/Gven-Rose

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