Rosy Red Headband


Become the lady in red with this Rosy Red Headband. Of course it's meant for those cold winter months, but it's never too early to start making your crocheted gifts for the holidays. A bright red crochet color like this can really make a bold statement, so you might as well gain the attention you deserve. You can choose to work up this floral headband using one strand of yarn or two, depending on how thick you want the pattern to be. Your long row of petals will then be spiraled into a circle to form the actual rose. Be chic and stylish every time you wear this crocheted headband.


Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Olivia definitely has a way with hats, and the same can be said about her headbands. I love the interesting texture that results from using two strands of yarn that the little girl is wearing. But if you dont want something not quite as bulky, Olivias modeling a version worked with only one strand. Easy peasy since its worked as turned rows

Very cute headband and your model is adorable! I see on your blog that the pattern calls for wool yarn. Does wool yarn have the same crochet gauge as regular 4-ply worsted weight yarn or is there going to be a difference? Also is the wool yarn more itchy than just a regular acrylic-type yarn?

That flower is so cute! When I've mastered a normal headband pattern, I will try to advance to this flower one.


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