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Baby Child Headband in 5 sizes Triple


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This adorable headband is quick and easy to crochet, making it a great beginner pattern. Easy-to-understand pattern makes it fun to crochet also! Think of all the contemporary color combinations you can create! Instructions included to create 5 sizes! SIZES included in CROCHET PATTERN: Newborn 3-6 months 6-12 months 2-3 years 4-10 years BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY ch, sl st, sc, hdc, dc PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Vanna''s Choice by Lion Brand

Supplies Needed

  • #4 worsted weight yarn, crochet hook
  • tapestry needle; small button

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Too Cute Crochet
Too Cute Crochet
I am so fortunate to have been designing in crochet and other needlework forms for over 23 years! I have over 400 crochet and needlework designs published in books and magazines & now I am happily self publishing crochet patterns for sale. About a year and a half ago, my oldest daughter, Gina started her own photography business featuring newborns and families. She asked me to design some crochet photo props (that are so popular today) she could use for her adorable babies. This venture has blossomed into a great partnership for us! I design and crochet baby items Gina wishes to use in her business and she showcases them beautifully with her professional photography. It is a match made in heaven! Needlework came naturally to me. My mother taught me to knit at age 10, and I haven't been without a needle or hook in my hand since. Crochet has been my passion for over 30 years. I have been lucky enough to turn that passion into a design business for nearly 20 years. I love color! Skeins of yarn all together contain some of the most wonderful color! My most favorite thing is to look at all the glorious colors of yarn, combine it with a hook, and turn it into something cute and whimsical. I guess I never grew up ... lucky me!