This is Liz from Playin' Hooky Designs! I've been designing fun, unique crochet patterns for over 5 years. My sister taught me the basics and I've been addicted ever since! Using the local Colorado ...
This is Liz from Playin' Hooky Designs! I've been designing fun, unique crochet patterns for over 5 years. My sister taught me the basics and I've been addicted ever since! Using the local Colorado mountain culture as a backdrop for my inspiration and creativity, I love creating beanies that catch your eye but are simple to make. These are definitely not your grandma's crochet designs. (Don't get me wrong though, I adore crocheting grannies!)
I put a lot of myself into what I do and never expected that I would get so much back. Crocheting has given me the chance to quit my day job (YAY!) so I can be a mom and play hooky full time! It's amazing! Through my work I get the chance to meet amazing people from all over the world who inspire and challenge me. My goal is to keep the crochet movement going with exciting designs for hookers of all ages!
PLAY HARD ~ PLAY HOOKY
Whether you're boho, preppy, geek chic, apres ski, vintage, or anything in between, this is the headband to fit your style. Quick and fun to work up, you'll keep going back to make more!
* it's tunisian crochet
* 3 ways to braid
* 2 styles of closures
* 3 sizes
New to tunisian? Don't let that stop you! I included over 100 photo tutorials, detailed notes, and written st and pattern instructions to help you. I also offer free e-mail customer service after every pattern purchase. If you have a question, I'm here to help you.
You have permission to sell finished items made from my patterns, but do not use my pictures. If you sell online, please link back to my shop:
Original Design by Liz from Playin' Hooky Designs
Pattern is written in standard US crochet terms. I offer free customer help after every pattern purchase. Please email me or send me a message with your questions.
Don't be fooled by imitations. This is the original Outfitters Braided Headband!
A HUGE thank you toAmanda Wilson Photographyfor knowing exactly how I wanted the photography to look, even when I didn't know myself, and for taking these magazine-worthy shots!
100 yards of Worsted weight