Don’t sacrifice style for warmth. Whip up one of these simple and cozy headbands to chase away winter blues. You’ll love how quickly this project comes together!
Skill Level: Easy
Size: No size listed
Gauge: 2 stitches long by 2 rows high = 1 sq. inch
Yarn: Lion Brand Wool Ease (80% acrylic, 20% wool; 197 yards [180 meters]/85 grams): Natural Heather (1 skein)
Needles: US size 17 (12.0 mm) and US size 10 (6.0 mm) needles
Notions: Yarn needle
CO 12 sts.
*Work in knit 2, purl 2 across the row.
Repeat from * until the work measures 22”.
Cast off with a long yarn end. Thread the yarn end into a needle, bring the 2 ends of the rectangle together, and sew together to form a tube. Weave yarn ends into the finished work.
With worsted weight, and smaller needles, cast on 10 stitches.
Row 1: K.
Row 2: P.
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until the work measures approx. 10” long.
CO, being sure to leave a long tail.
Thread the yarn end into a needle.
Sew the 2 ends of the rectangle together.
Fold the work in half and weave the needle through the ends.
Pull to gather up the center of the flower.
Sew a button in the center.
I’ve never crocheted a flower but I would love to try a Dahlia or Carnation.
Love it! Simple,but cute!
I love it! Easy enough for me to do!
It’s a bit big for a headband, but looks cosy
Wish you would include crochet lessons then I would be able to make some & compete!
I like making stylized pansies
I make up my own, my favorite so far was a black eyed Susan.
I also only knit but will try crochet in the new year.
I don’t crochet
I don’t crochet so have no idea
Love the crocodile stitch for flowers!
None I can’t crochet
I have only knit flowers!
Haven’t made flowers in years, usually crochet scarves or blankets.
I’ve actually never tried crocheting flowers, but I would like to learn!
I haven’t made any flowers.
I have crocheted a poppy, but I usually knit flowers.
I can’t crochet but, it is on my list to learn this year.
Lovely – I’m anxious to try this pattern out.
I like the detail of Irish crochet flowers.
I don’t know how to crochet. 🙁
Wow, I haven’t tried one yet, so I’m open to anything. Whatever is easiest for now!
I really like the crocodile-stitch flowers. I don’t make many flowers anymore, but that’s my favorite.
I love so many flowers, but roses are my favorite, because my Grandma’s name was Rose.
just daisy style ones is all I have done so far
It doesn’t have a name, it’s not a real flower, just something I made up.
roses they just form so well
I like making roses