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How to Crochet: 3D Flower Headband

If you missed the last 3D flower stitch tutorial, you might want to go back and check that out here.

This week, we’re going to take that stitch and put it into practice with a small crochet flower headband. It can be made as a single color, but I chose to go with a few two color schemes to demo.

This is another one of those projects that’s great if you’re new to crochet, but also if you’ve been at it for years and you have a bunch of little bits of yarn sitting around that need a project to call home.

I used Gazzal baby cotton, but you could realistically use any yarn you like. If you want a size comparable to the one pictured here, I recommend a #2 weight. If you’re flexible on the size, you can use any scrap yarn you want to salvage into something useful, and cute.

I’m sure everyone will make quick work of these headbands, I hope you al enjoy making them and giving them away to friends and family.

I always like to recommend a bigger, but still beginner friendly, project every week that I make a smaller project. If you’re interested, you may like this Crochet V-Cut Halter Top.

Until next time, happy crocheting! 😉

3D Flower Headband Materials

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Stitches Used & Code

  • ch = chain
  • st = stitch(es)
  • sc3tog = single crochet 3 stitches together
  • dc = double crochet
  • sp = space
  • REP = repeat
  • sl st =slip stitch
  • sk = skip
  • RS = right side
  • WS = wrong side
  • 3D fl = 3D flower stitch: 2 dc into same st, *( ch 2, 2 dc, ch 2, sl st )* All into the post of the last dc that we did, REP from *TO* 1 more times into the same dc post, *( ch 2, 2 dc, ch 2, sl st )* All into the post of the previous dc, REP from *TO* 2 more times, then ch1

Notes :

  • This crochet headband pattern is in multiples of 10 + 1 ch
  • This crochet headband pattern you can use one color if you like

Yarn needed : Color A = 50 yards | Color B = 30 yards

Gauge unblocked : 23 dc X 10 rows = 4″

Measurements : 1.2″ Width X 42″ Long ( The straps are adjustable )

Pattern

Row 1 ( WS ) Color A : ch 61, sk 3 ch ( count as 1 dc ), 1 dc into next ch and each ch across. Total of 59 dc

Row 2 ( RS ) Color B : Turn, ch 3 ( count as 1 dc ), 1 dc into each of next 3 st, 1 3D fl into next st, *1 dc into each of next 9 st, 1 3D fl into next st* REP from *TO* until you have 4 st left, 1 dc into each of next 4 st. Total of 6 3D flower ( Check picture below )

Row 3 Color A : Turn, ch 3 ( count as 1 dc ), 1 dc into each st across ( Including the ch 1 sp that we did the 3D fl st as well ) DO NOT crochet into the 2 dc that we did when we start make the 3D fl st. Total of 59 dc ( Check picture below )

The end of row 3 DO NOT cut the yarn, we’ll continue making the strap.

Strap

Note : For the straps we’ll be using color A

Row 1 : ch 3 ( count as 1 dc ), turn your work sideways, 1 dc into next sp, 1 dc into the corner st. Total of 3 dc ( Check picture below )

Row 2 : Turn, ch 3 ( count as 1 dc ), 1 dc into next st, 1 dc into last st ( The last st is a third ch ). Total of 3 dc

Row 3 – 39 REP row 2

Row 40 : ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), sc3tog, ch 1. Cut the yarn and weave all the end

To make the other strap.

Row 1 : Turn the headband wrong side up then add new yarn into the right corner st, ch 3 ( count as 1 dc ), 1 dc into next sp, 1 dc into the corner st. Total of 3 dc ( Check picture below )

Row 2 : Turn, ch 3 ( count as 1 dc ), 1 dc into next st, 1 dc into last st ( The last st is a third ch ). Total of 3 dc

Row 3 – 39 REP row 2

Row 40 : ch 1 ( do not count as a st ), sc3tog, ch 1. Cut the yarn and weave all the end

Congratulations on your first 3D Flower Headband

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