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Monday, February 9, 2015

Clover Headband {Free Crochet Pattern}

St. Patrick's Day is coming up. Do you have anything green to wear?
This clover headband makes a sweet little accessory for the occasion!
It is super easy and works up very quick, so making a few of them would be no problem!

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By simply adjusting the length (circumference) of the band, the clover headband is perfect for kids, your girlfriends, and don't forget yourself!
For babies, make your band 14-17 inches.
Toddlers: 18-20 inches;
Children: 19-20.5 inches;
Teens and Adults: 20.5-22.5 inches.
I know there is a little range in these numbers. Your best bet is to measure the person's head, then make your band 1-1.5 inches smaller than the measurement you got, and that should do the trick.

Clover Headband 

Supplies:
Size G & H Crochet Hooks
A small amount of yarn. I used Red Heart Super Saver yarn in Honeydew for the headband, and Light Sage for the clover.
Yarn Needle

Pattern:
Headband:
Using the larger, size H hook, chain 7.
Row 1: dc in third ch from hook, and in each ch across. Turn. (5 dc- ch3 counts ad dc).
Row 2: *ch 3, dc in second dc from hook and in next 2 dc, dc in top of ch3. Turn.* (5 dc)
Row 3: repeat from * to * to desired length. (I repeated it 27 rows for my toddler)
Row 4: ch1 and working back loop only, join to the backside of the foundation ch with sl st across. Finish off.
Clover:
Using the smaller, size G hook,  chain 2.
Step 1: sc in second ch from hook. Turn.
Step 2: ch 1, 2sc in sc, sc in ch space. Turn. (3 sc)
Step 3: ch 3, 2 dc in first sc, sl st in in next sc, ch 3, 2 dc in same st, sl st in last sc. Do not turn.
Step 4: Pivot work, and make 2 sl st down the side, ending in the beginning (foundation) ch.
Step 5: ch 1, sc in foundation ch space. Turn.
Step 6: ch 1, 2sc in sc, sc in ch space. Turn. (3 sc)
Step 7: ch 3, 2 dc in first sc, sl st in in next sc, ch 3, 2 dc in same st, sl st in last sc. Do not turn.
Step 8: Pivot work, and make 2 sl st down the side, ending in the beginning (foundation) ch.
Step 9: Repeat rows 5-8, for the third leaf of the clover.
Step 10: ch 6, sc in first ch from hook, sl st in remaining 4 ch, sl st in beginning foundation ch. Finish off.
Now just sew the clover onto the headband, and weave in all ends.


Happy Crocheting!

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