April Flowers Headband or Hair Accessory

April Flowers Headband or Hair Accessory

April Flowers Headband or Hair Accessory
April Flowers Headband or Hair Accessory

"This versatile flower accessory can be made into a headband, or hair barrette, or the flowers can be split up and used to decorate hats, bags, purses, belts, scarves and blankets! The possibilities are endless for these crochet flowers! I've included a backing to sew the flowers onto. Just slip any  1 1/2" wide ribbon through the backing's loops for an endless variety of looks and styles! I've used a satin ribbon and a faux crochet lace ribbon in this design, but you can use any kind of ribbon you want. Also included are 3 different finishing options for a headband."

Notes3 different options for finishing the headband portion of this accessory are included at the bottom of the pattern!
This accessory can also be made with crochet thread.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook, G/6 or 4 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeGauge is not particularly important.

Finished SizeJohnny Jump-up: 2 1/2” tall by 2” wide. Rose: 3 1/2" across. Flower holder: 4 1/4" long by 2" wide. Entire accessory is approximately 4" wide x 6 1/2" long.

Materials List

  • 3.25mm hook for Johnny Jump-ups, and leaves
  • 4mm hook for Rose, and flower holder
  • For Johnny Jump-ups: 5 yards or less each of Caron Simply Soft yarn in Sunshine (yellow), Orchid (light purple), and Red Heart Soft Grape (dark purple)
  • For Rose: 10-15 yards Caron Simply Soft in Plum Wine
  • For Leaves: 5 yards Caron Simply Soft in "Pistachio", and Red Heart Soft in "Guacamole"
  • For flower centers: 3 yards # 10 crochet thread in a dark purple color
  • yarn needle
  • scissors
  • Sewing thread in a color that matches the rose
  • 3 pearls, approximately 10 mm across.
  • 1 yard each: 1 1/2" satin ribbon, 1" faux crochet ribbon

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I love flowers, and one of the things I regret about Spring sliding into Summer is that we lose all the tender blooms for another year. Im fortunate that I have some cool spots so I can enjoy the Johnny Jump Ups a bit longer. These crocheted versions are just lovely, and Im thrilled to see one of my favorite blossoms portrayed in yarn.


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