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Fun Flapper Crochet Headband Pattern

Fun Flapper Crochet Headband Pattern

Take a trip back in time with this Fun Flapper Crochet Headband Pattern. This easy crochet headband looks great in the winter and will keep your ears warm all season long. The delicate design makes it extra special and oh so pretty. Use light pink yarn to acheive an extra feminine look. Girls crochet headbands may seem loud and over-the-top, but the understated look of this pattern makes it a true stand-out. If you're new to crochet or haven't made many wearable items yet, this pattern will help you test your skills and possibly learn something new. Wear this with pride or give it to someone special - they'll certainly appreciate your hard work.

Primary TechniqueCrochet

Easy

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

 

 


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Materials:

  • 5.00mm Crochet Hook
  • 70g DK Yarn {8ply} - I used Panda Magnum Soft
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry/Wool Needle

Finished Size
Fits 13 Years & Up

 

Instructions:

  • Taking your 5.00mm crochet hook and DK yarn, start of by making a Slip Knot, then crochet 101 Chains. {Note: Add or take away sets of 10 foundation chains if you'd like to create a smaller or bigger size.}
     
  • Row 1 Chain 1. Crochet 1 Single Crochet into the second chain from your hook. Crochet 1 Single Crochet into the next 100 chains. You should have 101 stitches now.
     
  • Row 2 Chain 1. Crochet 1 Single Crochet into the same stitch. Crochet 1 Single Crochet into the next stitch. *Skip 3 stitches, then crochet 7 Double Crochets into the next stitch. Skip 3 stitches, then crochet 1 Single Crochet into the next 3 stitches. Repeat from the * all across, making sure to crochet 1 Single Crochet in the last 2 stitches instead of the last 3 stitches.
     
  • Row 3 Chain 2, then crochet 4 Double Crochets Together in the same stitch and across the next 3 stitches {Note: You can find a helpful video tutorial of the 4 Double Crochets Together stitch HERE}. *Chain 3. Crochet 1 Single Crochet into the next 3 stitches. Chain 3, then crochet 7 Double Crochets Together. {Note: You can find a helpful video tutorial of the 7 Double Crochets Together stitch below}.
     
  • Repeat from the * all across, making sure to crochet 4 Double Crochets Together in the last 4 stitches, instead of crocheting 7 Double Crochets Together.
     
  • Row 4 Chain 2. Then crochet 4 Double Crochets into the space/hole in the middle of the 4 Double Crochets Together stitch you created in the previous row. *Skip Chain 3 space made in the previous row, then crochet 1 Single Crochet into the next 3 stitches. Skip Chain 3 space. Then crochet 7 Double Crochets into the space/hole in the middle of the 7 Double Crochets Together stitch you created in the previous row. Repeat from the * all across, making sure to crochet 4 Double Crochets into the space/hole in the middle of the 4 Double Crochets Together stitch you created in the previous row.
     
  • Row 5 Chain 1. Crochet 1 Single Crochet into the same stitch. Crochet 1 Single Crochet into the next stitch. *Chain 3, then crochet 7 Double Crochets Together. Chain 3. Crochet 1 Single Crochet into the next 3 stitches. Repeat from the * all across, making sure to crochet 1 Single Crochet in the last 2 stitches instead of the last 3 stitches.
     
  • Row 6 - 9 Repeat rows 2 - 5 once.
     
  • Row 10 - 11 Repeat rows 2 - 3 once.
     
  • Row 12 Chain 1. Crochet 1 Single Crochet into the same stitch. Crochet 1 Single Crochet into every stitch/chain across.

When you've completed all the rows, connect the two ends of the headband together to create a circle and Slip Stitch them together. Once the band is slip stitched together, fold the slip stitched part towards the inside.

Fasten off, and weave in loose ends.

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Love the pink headband but the pattern does not seem to match. I've tried it so many times.In row 2 It says 7 dc.s in next st. then in row 3 7 dc.s tog. which sounds like a cluster st. which I don't see any in the picture. I don't see the 3 chs and 1 sc in top next 3 sts. I'm not new to crochet, have followed many patterns but am totally confused.. Would be really grateful for a reply, thank you.

Hi there! If you'd like, here is the URL for the original project source: http://www.hopefulhoney.com/2014/11/1920s-lace-headband-crochet-pattern.html Hopefully the comments on this page are helpful and if not, Olivia should be able to help out! Good luck!

The muted rose colored yarn is to die for. It is so vintage. The intricate looking design adds such a sweetness to it. I can see this in a stone or gray color as well. I like that the pattern can be adjust smaller or larger by adding or subtracting form your chain in multiples of ten. Way to go!

This would be the perfect hairband ear warmer for my daughter and my daughter-in-law. They are always asking me to make them a hat that will not mess up their hair, (like I am a miracle worker) and I think I just found the solution to their problem. It seems easy enough to work up, I am going to give it a try this weekend and I will let you all know how it turns out.

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