Queen's Lace Beaded Beauty Paisley Headband

Queen's Lace Beaded Beauty Paisley Headband

Queens Lace Beaded Beauty Paisley Headband
Queens Lace Beaded Beauty Paisley Headband

"This simple Queen Anne’s Lace Headband uses a method I discovered on the blog My Hobby Is Crochet. Kinga’s Thread Headband uses an elastic hair tie to make her headband stretchy. My Queen Anne’s lace is just a little different than some of the other patterns I have found. I start my beginning motif with 16dc instead of 14. I also tend to do the chains differently. Instead of chain 4 or chain 3 I like to add beads or do picots. On this pattern I decided to add beads, on my other pattern Crowned Glory, I used picots. There are 3 sizes available: baby, child, and adult."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet Hook1 or 2.75 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Finished SizeAll measured without stretch, will lengthen when stretched over head Baby- approximately 13″ Child- approximately 14 ½” Adult- approximately 16″

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Because the designer has provided this pattern in sizes for baby, child and adult this would be the perfect Mother/Daughter accessory . It is very feminine and depending on the color you select it can be played up or played down. I would select something soft before I took on this bold purple.

I have a little crochet thread left over from a major project that I completed last year. Here is the perfect use for some of it. This is a really nice beaded headband with a lot of detail. I hope my finished product is just as "tailored" as this one is.

Wow I so love the look of this Queen's Lace Beaded Beauty Paisley Headband! I have never seen anything like it before and so need to make one. The Queen Annes Lace is so beautiful and using the crochet thread is so different. I like that there are pictures showing how and what it should look like and the video helps as well. I like the idea of using a store bought elastic hair tie for the extra stretch for this. This designer did a great job with this one making me want to give her pattern a try. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet headband pattern.

Paisleys are one of my favorite design elements, so I love how the designer works them into this gorgeous project! She takes you through every step and even includes a bonus video for a different project that uses the same stitch. Ive also used that trick with the commercial hair elastic to keep the headband stretchy but not nearly as beautifully as this designer does. She even includes pricing suggestions. Kudos!


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