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Flower Power Bookmark, Headband or Bracelet

By: Lili Niezink from
Flower Power Bookmark, Headband or Bracelet
Flower Power Bookmark Headband or Bracelet

"These lovely little bookmarks lighten up any book. The pattern also explains how to easily adjust them into a flower power bracelet or headband. The flower itself is not my own design. I contacted the designer, Athina Oikonomi, and share her video tutorial with her permission. More about Athina’s designs on her blog: Tinashandicraft. What you will need: • About 10 grms / 28 mtrs / 31 yds of light fingering yarn per bookmark • Little ornamental button as the eye of the flower • Needle to sew lace, button and flower together • 2.5mm/C hook • 3.5mm/E hook • Optional in case of bracelet: a snap fastener or hook-and-eye closure Do you like this pattern and feel like seeing more of my creations? Please do come and follow my designs by subscribing to my blog (! Happy crochet ;-)"

NotesThe flower itself is not my own design. I contacted the designer, Athina Oikonomi, and share her video tutorial with her permission. More about Athina’s designs on her blog: Tinashandicraft. The video tutorial for this flower can be found on


Crochet HookC/2 or 2.75 mm hook, E/4 or 3.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Sizeflower diameter: 6cm, length of piece: 30 cm

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Almost could not find the link to the directions but I am happy that I keep pushing buttons until I found it. What a neat idea to take one "flower" and adjust it to be a bookmark, bracelet or headband. Shucks! I will probably make one of each.

These are really pretty flowers. I would opt to use a yarn that is more like the colors of flowers as these look unlike real flowers. However they still make a beautiful flower. I love the button additions.

Hi Delphine, Thank you for your compliments! Yes, I have made them with single colours too, just love playing with colours and designs and fantasy -). Hope you will enjoy the pattern!

I think I can use sock yarn for this, right? The sock yarn often times comes in variegated colors. Paton's has some nice colors that I like, that I have seen at my local Micheals craft store. These bookmarks would make an AWESOME offering to sell at your local craft fairs!

Yes, you can definitely use sock yarn for this. I made these with Made by ME Mixed Fine. I had exactly that in mind when I made this pattern, let me know if they become bestsellers! -). And if you like to have more different flowers, I am releasing a little Ebook in a week or two with ten new and original 3D flower designs which you could all use for craft fairs. Come and find me on my blog or on Instagram!

What a cute idea. I would not be interested in the headband idea, but the bookmark or bracelet would be something that I would use for myself and also as a last minute gifting idea. It is quick, easy, and doesnt use much yarn so would be a perfect stash buster project too.

My teen girls are going love this one. The band itself reminds me of rick rack, and although its not easy to see in the photo, the flower is also a bit unusual. The design calls for light fingering yarn but a heavier crochet thread might work just as well. You would need to adjust the hook size if you do. The entire project is available as a .pdf download as well.

Hi Jane, I am happy you like the pattern and your are absolutely right, you can use heaving crochet thread to make the flower and the band. I sued light fingering with double threads to get the multicolour effect. Enjoy the pattern! All the best, Lili

These are cute and after reading thru the directions I can see they would be easy to make. There are videos attached to the different steps to help you along also. But I think they would be too thick for a book mark so I will make them into head bands for my grand daughter.


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