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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Free Crochet Pattern - The Addison Headband

Hope you will enjoy this quick free pattern for a lace like open work headband!

PDF Download from Raverly



Thank you for using a Calleigh’s Clips original pattern. I have done my best to keep my patterns simple and easy to understand. If at any time you need assistance, please feel free to contact me at calleighclips@att.net

Please remember that there may be a slight variance in sizing due to different tensions of each individual and materials used.

All patterns are copyright protected, but you are welcome to sell finished products made from my patterns. I do ask, however, that you mention my company name along with my web shop address as follows:

Calleigh’s Clips & Crochet Creations by Elisabeth Spivey 

I would love to see your finished products if you would like to send me pictures. These will be for my personal use only and will not be posted anywhere without prior written permission from you.

Enjoy,
Elisabeth 
Do not use my images for any use! If you sell items made from my patterns please make and photograph your own work! Thank you! ~Elisabeth

Materials:
Worsted Weight (4) yarn ( I used I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby)
H - Hook (5.00mm)
Measuring Tape
Tapestry Needle

Stitches used:
(ch) chain, (sl st) slip stitch, (sk) skip, (sc) single crochet, 
(hdc) half double crochet, (bpsc) back post single crochet

Determine which size you’ll need. The headband will only stretch about 2 inches so be sure to measure a child if you can because not all head sizes will be the same as the chart below.

0-3 mo  approx. 13-15 inches, 3-6 mo   approx. 15-17 inches
6-12 mo approx. 17-19 inches, 1-3 years approx. 18-20 inches
4+ years approx. 19-22 inches, Pre-teen - Women’s - approx. 21-23 inches


Headband Pattern: 
Chain a multiple of 3 to the desired length un-stretched. **Example: 0-3 mo. ch 51 
Join with sl st, ch 1 (take care not to twist the ch)

Round 1: Sc in 1st ch and each ch around, join with a sl st.

Round 2: ch 4 {counts as 1st hdc & ch2}, sk 2 sts, *(hdc in next st, ch2, sk 2 sts), repeat from * around, join with sl st to 2nd ch of beginning ch 4.

Round 3: ch 1, sc in same st as join, *(2 sc in each ch2 space, sc in next st), repeat from *  around, join with sl st to 1st sc. 
Fasten off and weave in ends. 

I love these headbands with interchangeable bows, clips and crochet flowers. You can even weave ribbon through the headband and tie a bow! 

Optional Flower: 



Using a size H hook - ch 4. Join the end to the first chain with a slip stitch to form a ring. (magic circle)

Round 1: (sc in the ring, ch 3) 6 times, join with a sl st to 1st sc 

Round 2: (sc, ch 1, 3 dc, ch 1, sc) in each ch3 space. Do Not join at end

Round 3: Now you begin working on the back side of the flower, *bpsc around the next sc of the last round, ch 4,  sk (ch 1, 3dc, ch 1, sc)  Repeat from *6 times. Join with a sl st to 1st sc. 

Round 4: (sc, ch 1, 5 dc, ch 1, sc) in each ch 4 sp, Do Not Join at end

*If you want to add another layer of petals, repeat Round 3, increasing the number of stitches in the chain by one, and Round 4, increasing the double crochets by two.

Fasten off and weave in ends.  

Sew on to headband or attach it to an alligator clip for a detachable clip.

15 comments:

snickerdoodleloves said...

Thank you for the pattern! One more to add to my humongoid list! :)

Melissa, SoChick! said...

So pretty, makes me want to get my hooks out! Thanks for sharing. :-)

Ellen said...

thank you for the pattern, I'll be trying it out tomorrow.

Julie M said...

Thank you for the pattern. I've been letting my hair grow longer and have only been able to find patterns for babies and little girls, which I am not. :)

Thank you also for allowing your reproduced products to be sold. I was wondering how one can give blanket permission for this without losing creative rights to the designs.

Elisabeth S. said...

I'm Not sure what you mean by Blanket Permission - You just need to mention that the design/pattern is by me - Calleigh's Clips and Crochet Creations and provide the URL link to this blog or the specific listing
http://www.callieghclips.com :)

I hope that answers your question

Elisabeth

Jane Adele said...

I'm confused on the pattern for the headband...Rd 2 says chain 4, *(sk 2 st, ch2, hdc) repeat from *
so is that 6 chains in a row?

buzibodymommy said...

Hello, I love your head band. I have a question on the Round 2 ".Rd 2 says chain 4, *(sk 2 st, ch2, hdc) repeat from *
so is that 6 chains in a row?" could you please let me know if this is skip or slip stitch? Thank you.
Ahna

Elisabeth S. said...

I'm sorry - it is a typo!

It should be

ch 4, sk 2 sts, hdc in the next, *(ch2, sk 2 st, hdc in the next) repeat from *

I must have copied the wrong word doc when I made it available on my blog. Because my file isn't like this!

Hope that helps!

buzibodymommy said...

Oh thank you so much. I appreciate you taking the time to update this. Ahna

Anonymous said...

Rd 3 ch 1, sc around in each chain and hdc...


Forgive me because I am a beginner to crochet but what do you mean by single crochet in each chain AND hdc? Do we do both in each chain?

Elisabeth Spivey said...

you will do a sc stitch in ever ch and hdc (the ch 2 and hdc from the previous rows)

I could also just say one sc in ever ch and st around.

I hope that helps let me know if you have other questions

Elisabeth

Grams said...

Thanks for this pattern. I am going to use it for a new niece.
I really appreciate the patterns.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the pattern! It's really pretty. I'm trying it out right now, and I think I found an error. Shouldn't the foundation chain be a multiple of three rather than just an even number?
The middle row is the only one for which numbers matter, and it goes hdc, skip, skip, hdc, skip, skip...

Anonymous said...

love the headband. am attempting the flower and am a bit confused beginning with the backpost stitch. (beginner crocheter) in row 3, what do i skip? and where do i begin again with stitches in ( ). got a beanie finished for my first granddaughter and would love to put this flower on it. would so appreciate any help ...i'm almost there!

Pam said...

I made this little headband in just a few minutes and I used a small pom pom instead of a flower. It is adorable!! Thank you so much for sharing!! ;o)

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