Thursday, October 18, 2012

Princess Tiara Headband

When it comes to Halloween, every year I have been trying to use things I already have to make my daughter's costumes. This year with her being three she wanted to be a princess. I'm finding this year to be pretty easy since we will be using her flower girl dress this weekend for the wedding so that means it will be able to be used as a costume for Halloween.  All I need to do is add a few accessories. This is where this post comes in. I crocheted a tiara headband for her today and she loves it. I wrote down the pattern to share with all of you.

This is a simple pattern. it is only three rows, and I think I finished it in about 15 minutes.

 Princess Tiara Headband 




Size 10 thread
Hook size: steel hook 3/2.10 MM
5 to 10 yards

Band:
Ch 8, sl st into 1st ch to make a loop, *ch 5, dc in 3rd ch in loop just made, making a new loop* repeat *to* till you have the length you want. For the last loop ch 3, sl st into first loop, and sl st into the next 3 chs, dc into 3rd ch of last loop. (I had 47 squares) Do not finish off.

Row 1: ch 1, 3 sc in each of the next 4 square spaces (for a total of 12 sc), 3 dc in each of the next 3 square spaces (for a total of 9 dc), 3 tr in next space, 3 dc in each of the next 3 spaces, 3 sc in each of the next spaces. 45 stitches.

Row 2: Ch 1, sc, picot (ch 4, sl st into st just made),[ sc in next 3 sc, picot] repeat, dc in next 3 st, ch 4, dc in next 4 st, picot, dc in next 3 st, picot, 3 tr in next 3 st, ch 6, picot, ch 6, skip 3 tr, tr in next 3 st, picot, dc in next 3 st, picot, dc in next 4 st, ch 4, dc in next 3 st, [sc in next 3 sc, picot] repeat. Finish off.

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