Crochet Patterns for Baby and Newborn Booties, Hats and More

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Baby Headband with Flowers (Free Crochet Pattern)









It has been quite sometime since I posted a free pattern. So I thought I would post a couple of headband patterns which would make an easy to make accessory for this summer and a great way to use that scrap yarn we all have been holding onto for so long. I have really enjoyed making the summer patterns, the Flip flops and the Sporty Sandals and this one comes as the final icing on the cake. After all, who doesn't love flowers and when it comes to crocheted ones aren't they just irresistible? You can use them to embellish a dress or a hat as well.

Make them in any colors of your choice using worsted weight yarn. Pattern tells you how to make it for any size head and includes a chart to help you with the measurements if you are making it for someone else. Using a bigger hook than specified can help you increase the size of the flower. I prefer keeping the headbands as narrow as possible as it makes the flower stand out. You can use a single flower or a pair of contrasting flowers partly overlapping each other, in the same sizes or in two different sizes. Just experiment with the colors, size and alignment and you can make it look different every time you crochet it.

For the free pattern Click Here!

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48 comments:

  1. It's been soooo long since I crocheted anything, but these are really cute. Maybe I'll have to break out the yarn and a needle. :) Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I can't wait to try them! They are so CUTE! Thank you for posting the pattern!

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    2. I tried to download the free pattern but got a sign up sheet for Box in order to get it. I still am unable to get the pattern. What do I have to do to get this pattern?
      sltmjones@hotmail.com

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  2. These are so delicate and pretty! It makes me want to start crocheting!

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    1. crocheting is SUPER easy to do if you have a good teacher!
      Good Luck!

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  3. Those are darling! I learned to crochet from my grandma, but I'm no pro. Can't wait to see more ideas and patterns to try! Thanks for your comment on my blog! I'm your newest follower!
    Marie
    mylilpinkpocket.blogspot.com

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    1. I learned from my grandma too! she is SUPER good at crocheting!

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  4. Gosh, this looks sweet:) What a pretty flowers!

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  5. These pictures of beautiful hat preparing from normal material is very nice. I like your work very much.

    Men Hat

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  6. How do I get this pattern?

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  7. To Anonymous - to the right of the pattern pictures, click on "free patterns" and you will see where to download the .pdf files of the patterns you would like to have. Have fun!

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  8. I' ve tried making the blue flower but I'm doing something wrong. My petal does not lookike yours. Could you give me clue where I go after the chaib 3?

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  9. You sl st into the 3rd chain from your hook to make that pointy looking picot, then you proceed to do your double crochet.

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    1. I can't get the pattern :-(

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    2. There is a link at the bottom of the blog post that leads to the pattern.

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  10. How do we obtain the free pattern? I keep going around and around in circles! They are adorable and want to make them for an upcoming baby shower. Thank you!

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  11. See where the post says , "Click Here for the Free Pattern", there is a link to the pattern there. Click Here is in blue. Hope that Helps!

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  12. Can't wait to try it. thanks for the pattern. Lovely idea.

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  13. i've try this pattern.. thanks for sharing! really appreciate it! :D

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  14. I am new to blogs, found yours and your have the cuties baby shoes I have seen. Love your work. Can't wait to get my check and order a patter or two.

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  15. I love your blog, come have a look at mine too, its crochet as well, follow me, thanks http://amray1976.blogspot.com

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  16. These are really lovely baby headbands. Nice tutorial - thanks x

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  17. where are all of your patterns?

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  18. See below the slide show and you will see links to all my patterns.

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  19. Oh my gosh ! free patterns !!!! I am your new follower for life !!
    I am new to crochet. I am stuck on making scarves! Every one loves them !
    Come visit me !! sailingwithbarefeet.blogspot.com

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  20. I love to crochet, I have a blog myself for jewelry making and adding my crochet things as well, I love this design, gonna give it a try, thanks for the pattern.

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  21. This is just lovely and thanks a lot for sharing nice pattern! I'll try to do it too!

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  22. I have 3 left thumbs when it comes to crochet but your clear instructions for these lovely flowers encourages me to try again! Thank you for sharing.

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  23. liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiindo!!!!!!!!adorei

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  25. These are cute and I love free! Would love to see you at my Monday craft linky. I just put it up.
    http://www.clipwithpurpose.com/crochet-dolls-made-for-you-monday-craft-link-up/

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  26. This is gorgeous. I can't wait to try this out. Thanks for sharing the pattern.

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  27. Very cute - thanks for the pattern.

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  28. What a cute headband! Thanks for sharing the pattern! We loved having you join our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday." Hope to see you next week! -The Sisters

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  29. Thank you for sharing! Headbands are so so so very cute!

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  31. I cant wait to try this and some booties & shoes too!

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  32. so cute has inspired me to give it ba go

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  33. Yay!!! I love these!!! Thanks for posting!!!!

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  34. lovely headbands....

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  35. I made the wider band and sewed on a flower that matched some booties and it was precious! Thanks!

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  36. I keep going around and around in circles! They are adorable and want to make them for an upcoming baby shower. Thank you 2012 tour de france crashes compilation

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  37. OMG simply adorable! :) Great job! Jen @ www.sweetbabybowtique.com

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