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Flower haircombs
Flower haircombs
This image courtesy of thelittletreasures.blogspot.com

"This has to be the easiest flower pattern that is just perfect for spring hair combs and hairpins. For this project I used embroidery floss and 1.25 mm hook."

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Crochet Hook5 or 1.9 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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I really like the looks of these flowers that are done with the embroidery floss! The floss makes them look more delicate and fragile...like a flower should. I can see creating them in different colors and using them as embellishments for greeting cards or on scrapbook pages! I'm going to be making some paper projects for our county fair and several of these just might find their way onto some of those!

These are so cute and so trendy right now! These were such fun summer accessories to work up that I packaged up an assortment of materials that my teen granddaughters would need to create their own pair of hair combs. These will make a nice surprise project for those dreary winter break holidays to come. They can also add their own special touches like charms, shells, etc.

OMG, This is the best Flower Haircombs yet! I have been trying to come up with something for my daughters hair that is classy and elegant looking for her wedding. This is it, I can add some nice stings of beads or babies breath with the flowers and it will look very elegant. The written pattern is so well written there is no problem whipping them up. I do have a question about the liquid silicone though. Is this the same product I use around the tub? Not sure where to buy it or what it is? I'll google it, LOL.. Looking forward to making these flower hair combs.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

These flower hair combs will look adorable on my niece! She has thick wavy hair that needs a bit of taming. These hair combs may help with that and look pretty as well. I am going to make her a couple in her favorite colors and take them over when I go visit her!

I am glad you like them! Thank you on the sweet comment!

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