Crochet Pink Headband

Crochet Pink Headband
Free Crochet Pattern
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Create this cute and easy headband for yourself or a friend!  It's stylish, trendy and versatile.  This headband was made from Caron Simply Soft Yarn and a Size H hook. Crochet this headband pattern in many colors to match your look and your outfits.  It's light enough to enjoy in summer too!

Difficulty: Easy

Materials: Caron Simply Soft yarn: Soft Pink, Size H Crochet hook, and a button of your choosing.

 

CH = Chain

SL = Slip Stitch

SC = Single Crochet

DC = double Crochet

DCFP = Double Crochet Front Post

DCBP = Double Crochet Back Post

 

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Instructions:

Headband – Soft Pink

Base: Ch 6

Row 1: 5 SC, Ch 2 turn.

Row 2: (DCFP, DCBP) 2 times, CH 2, Turn.

Row 3: (DCBP, DCFB) 2 times, CH 2, Turn.

Row 4: In 1st sp, (DC, DCBP), DCFP, DCBP, In last sp (DC, DCFP) CH 2, turn.

Row 5: (DCBP, DCFP) 3 times, CH 2, turn.

Row 6: In 1st sp (DC, DCFP), (DCBP, DCFP) 2 times, In last sp (DCBP, DC), CH 2, turn.

Row 7: (DCFP, DCBP) 4 times, CH 2, turn.

Row 8: In 1st sp (DC, DCBP), (DCFP, DCBP) 3 times, In last sp (DC, DCFP), CH 2, turn.

Row 9: (DCBP, DCFP) 5 times, CH 2, turn.

Row 10: In 1st sp (DC, DCFP), (DCBP, DCFP) 4 times, (DC, DCBP), CH 2, turn.

Row 11: (DCFP, DCBP) 6 times, CH 2, turn.

Row 12: (DCBP, DCFP) 6 times, CH 2, turn.

Rows 13-42: Rep row 11 and 12

Row 43: Sk 1 sp, (DCBP, DCFP) 5 times, SK last sp, CH 2, turn.

Row 44: (DCFP, DCBP) 5 times, CH 2, turn.

Row 45: SK 1 sp, (DCFP, DCBP) 4 times, SK last sp, CH 2, turn.

Row 46: (DCBP, DCFP) Rep 4 times, CH 2, turn.

Row 47: SK 1 sp, (DCBP, DCFP) 3 times, SK last sp, Ch 2, turn.

Row 48: (DCFP, DCBP) 3 times, CH 2, turn.

Row 49: SK 1 sp, (DCFP, DCBP) 2 times, SK last sp, CH 2 turn.

Row 50: DCBP Ch 1 (Button Hole), SK 1 sp, DCBP, DCFP, CH 1, turn.

 

Button Hole

Row 51: 2 SC, Sc in CH 1 sp, 2 SC, CH 1, turn.

 

Shell Row

Rnd 52: * SK 2 sps, In next sp (5 DC), SK 1 sp SC, Rep from * around as evenly as you can, You will have to eyeball this round. SL to 1st SC made, Tie off and hide string.

Sew a button onto the opposite side of button hole.

Have Fun!

 

About The Author

Esther Leavitt is a pattern designer and craft editor for Craftown.com.  About herself she says "Crafts are a way for me to unwind but at the same time keep my hands busy so I don't go crazy."  She is also the owner and proprietor of Crafts by Starlight