Catch a Breeze Headband

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Catch a Breeze Headband Pattern

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Catch a Breeze Headband Made in thread
Catch a Breeze Headband Made in worsted
Catch a Breeze Headband Made in thread

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized, Infant/Baby

Item:

Other

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Crochet Level- Advanced Beginner
  • Pattern written in US terms
  • Need to know sc and ch st, directions included for tr stitch

Pattern Description:

You receive 2 patterns
1.Headband pattern
2.Flower pattern

Crochet Level- Advanced beginner

Pattern written in US terms with many photos included.

Pattern has been tested.

There is no sewing needed to make this, except if you wish to sew on the flower.

This headband can be made to fit any head size, using various weights of yarn of your choice. There are no buttons, ties, snaps, etc. needed to wear this headband. Also included is a pretty flower that can be attached to your headband.

Yarn and hooks used in photos- Dark pink, worsted weight and a F or 3.75mm hook for both headband and flower, about 70 yards total. White headband, size 10 thread and a size 5 steel hook for both headband and flower, less than one standard ball.

-You may sell what you make, but you may not sell or distribute this pattern in any way. Thanks!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • can be made to fit any head size

Materials:

  • yarn of your choice
  • hook size of your choice

You Will Also Need:

  • yarn needle only if you want to sew the flower

Suggested yarn:

70 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

lion brand

About Designer

About Designer

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My mom was always very crafty. So growing up doing crafts was "normal" to me. I started selling bracelets at craft shows when I was a kid.

Later as a young adult I discovered crochet, and it really clicked for me. I started adapting patterns to fit my needs, and eventually started making my own designs.

I try very hard to make my patterns as accurate and easy to follow as possible. All of ...

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