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Floral Headbands For The Win!

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Is there anything cuter than a baby in a floral headband? Possibly a penguin in a bow tie. But that seems expensive and impractical. In lieu of bow tie clad penguin, we bring you this free crochet pattern. Please use responsibly.

While this particular headband was made for the cutest one-year-old I know, you can check out our sizing chart beneath the video and adjust accordingly. Maybe you want to make matching mother-daughter headbands or have all the sisters wear the same headband in different colors. The possibilities are endless! For more crocheted accessories, check out or video on 30 minute baby booties, and our go-to quick and easy baby blanket!

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Size Chart:

Preemie . . . . . . 12.5 in

Newborn . . . . . . 13.5 in

3 months . . . . . 15 in

6 months . . . . . 16 in

9 months . . . . . 17 in

12 months . . . . . 18 in

18 months . . . . . 18 in

24 months . . . . . 18.5 in

36 months . . . . . 19 in

Most kids . . . . . 20 in

Most adults . . . . 22 in

Directions:

1. Ch. 50, join with a sl st.

2. Ch 1, sc next 3 sts.

3. Ch. 47, join to first sc in round 1.

4. Ch 1, sc next 3 sts.

5. Ch. 47, join to first sc. in round 2. Weave in ends.

6. For the flower: start with a magic loop, 1 sc, ch 1, 3 dc, ch 1 into loop. Repeat 4x (5 petals total). Join with a sl st.

7. Ch. 4, sl st to next single crochet from previous row. (Chain will be behind the flower). Repeat around the back of the flower for a total of 5 ch 4 spaces.

8. In each ch 4 space: 1 sc, half double crochet, ch 1, sc. Sl st to 1st sc, weave in ends.

9. Attach flower to headband.

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