Sale! Scalloped Beauty Headband / Cowl

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Sale! Scalloped Beauty Headband / Cowl Pattern


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Crocheting: Sale! Scalloped Beauty Headband / Cowl
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






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



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Crochet Level-Advanced Beginner
  • Pattern written in US terms

Pattern Description:

Moving Sale!

We are moving and to celebrate all patterns are a $1.50 including sets!

This headband can be made to fit any head size or neck size.

Scalloped Beauty can also convert into a pretty cowl. You have the option to make this wider as an earwarmer or thinner for a traditional headband style. You can also make this longer if you would prefer a longer cowl. Directions are included for all options.

There are no ties, buttons, elastics, snaps etc. needed to make this headband. The stitch pattern creates enough elasticity to easily put on the head. But the stitch pattern is stiff enough to stay on the head.

There is no sewing except to sew on the flower detail.

Directions are also included for the flower detail.

Pattern has been tested by 7 different crocheters .

To make this you will need sport weight or dk weight yarn. Both yarn types work very well. Yardage will vary depending on length and width of your project.

Yarn used in photos:
Blue and green / wider style- Sport weight

Burgundy / wider style- Elann Sonata dk weight yarn. One skein was plenty to make this.

Pink / Thinner Style- sport weight

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Can be made to fit any head or neck size.

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Elann Sonata

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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