Bellus Threads Flower Headband Free Crochet Pattern

Make this flower headband in 30-60 minutes with just a few stitches! Including chains, slip stitch, and double crochet clusters, these flowers are quick and easy to join together and form a simple, feminine headband.

PATTERN

Materials:
Size H crochet hook
Yarn scraps in color of your choice

Helpful Links:
Half Double Crochet Cluster YouTube Tutorial

First flower:
Ch 4, join with sl st to form ring.
Ch2, *yarn over and insert hook into in ring, draw up a loop. Yarn over again and draw through two loops on hook** This forms a partial dc. Β Repeat from *. Yarn over one more time and draw through all 3 loops on hook (beginning hdc cluster made), ch3.
*hdc cluster in ring, ch3** Β 5 times.
Join to top of beginning hdc cluster with sl st.
Fasten off.

Joining Flowers:
Ch 4, join with sl st to form ring.
Ch2, *yarn over and insert hook into in ring, draw up a loop. Yarn over again and draw through two loops on hook** This forms a partial dc. Β Repeat from *. Yarn over one more time and draw through all 3 loops on hook (beginning hdc cluster made).
Ch1, join to ch 3 space of previous flower with a sl st, ch1.
hdc cluster in ring.
Ch1, join to next ch3 space on previous flower to the left of the space you just joined to. Ch1.
*hdc cluster in ring, ch3** Β 4 times.
Join to beginning hdc cluster.
Fasten off.

Continue to make joining flowers until headband has reached desired length. Weave in any loose ends and attach yarn at each end with a slip stitch to make headband ties. Chain stitch until you reach the length you’d like, for mine I did about 30. For a thicker tie, slip stitch back along your chain and join to headband at the end. Again, tuck in any loose ends and your flower headband is finished!

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