Monday, June 16, 2008


I've been making a ton of these with all my leftover scraps of yarn. Thought I'd share it with all my wonderful blog reading friends! Enjoy! Please read and follow my copyright info....THANK YOU!!

Pretty Little Headband
By Jennifer J. Cirka/Jaybird Designs
A pretty little headband that uses up those scraps of yarn!

Copyright 2008 by Jennifer J. Cirka (aka Jaybird Designs) all rights reserved. This pattern is for personal use or for gifts only! Sales of this finished product are discouraged. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission from the author. Please feel free to link back to this pattern.

~Any yarn and corresponding hook size [my samples are usually #2 (fine, baby, sport) weight and a D/3.25 mm hook]
~Yarn needle
~Sewing Needle and thread
~Small piece of ½” elastic

Finished Size
Custom made to fit

Not Important

Before beginning, measure your (or whoever you are making it for!) head. Most women should be about 19” and girls about 18”

With MC, ch a multiple of 6 stitches + 1 (for most of mine I chain 91).

Round 1: 2sc in second ch from hook. Sc in each ch across. 3sc in last ch. Working up the unused loops of the ch, sc in each ch across. Join with a sl st to first sc. (184sc)

Round 2: ch1, sc in same st as joining. *sk 2 sts, [dc, ch1] 2 times in next st. dc in same st. sk 2 sts. Sc in next st. Repeat from * around. Join with a sl st to first sc. Finish off and weave in ends. (If necessary, you may need to add a sl st or two at the ends to help the ends to lay flat. Be sure to space the dc/fans across from one another)

Finishing Instructions
Measure finished crocheted piece. Subtract this measurement from the head circumference measured earlier. Cut a piece of ½” elastic the remaining measurement. Fold each end of the elastic over ½” and hand sew onto the wrong sides of the ends of the crocheted headband. Put on and feel pretty!

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