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Be So Fine Flower Power Crochet Headband FREE Pattern

Be So Fine Flower Power Crochet Headband FREE Pattern

Be So Fine Flower Power Crochet Headband FREE Pattern
by Kristin Omdahl

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Materials:
1 (partial hank) Be So Fine Yarn; 100% bamboo yarn, fingering weight; 650 yds per 4oz hank; shown in color Stormy Sea
D/3 (3.25mm) crochet hook
Yarn needle

Gauge: 5 scs = 1"

Finished size: 3" x 30"

Special Stitch Instructions:

Dtr: Wrap the yarn over the hook 3 times and insert the hook into the work (or sixth chain from hook). *Wrap the yarn over the hook and draw it through 2 loops.* Repeat from * to * 3 times to
complete the stitch.

Beginning dtr cluster (ch6, 2dtr cluster): ch6 (counts as fi rst dtr), work 2dtr into 6th chain from hook, stopping one step short of completing each stitch (3 loops on hook). This petal will eventually point up and to the left from your starting chain.


Dtr cluster: 3tr Cluster: work 3 dtr, keeping top loop of each on the hook and working the four loops off together, forming a cluster. Hdc: Wrap the yarn over the hook and insert the hook into the work. Wrap the yarn over the hook, draw through the work only and wrap the yarn again. Draw through all three loops on hook.

Rsc: *Insert crochet hook into fi rst stitch to the right, yarn over hook, pull loop of yarn to front of work yarn over hook, and pull through both loops on hook. Repeat from * until all stitches are
worked.

Hdc2tog: work a hdc into the next stitch without completing the very last step (keep all three loops on hook), then hdc in the next stitch without completing the last step. You should have 5 loops on the hook, then yarn over and draw through all the loops.

Instructions:
Ch 78
Row 1: First petal: Work beginning cluster, skip next 5 chains of starting chain.
Second petal: Work dtr-cluster into next chain (6 loops on hook – 3 each from beg cluster and dtr-cluster). This second petal will point down and to the left towards your starting chain. Complete these first two petals by drawing a loop snugly through all 6 loops, then tightly work one more chain to hold them together.
Note: This chain will be the flower center you will work the other petals into in the next row. *Third petal (horizontal petal) is worked the same as the first petal: work beginning cluster, leaving 3 loops left on hook.
Fourth petal: Work a dtr cluster in the same space as second petal, leaving 3 loops left on hook.
Fifth petal: skip 5 ch spaces, work dtr cluster into next ch space, leaving 3 loops left on hook (9 loops total). Complete these three petals by drawing a loop snugly through all 9 loops, then tightly work one more chain to hold them together. Note: this chain will be the flower center you will work the other petals into in the next row.*
Repeat from * to * to the end of the starting chain. Turn.


Row 2: ch 11 (counts as dtr + ch5), work petal 4 (from row 1) into 1st stitch, and petal 5 into next stitch. *ch5, work petal 4 into same stitch, petal 5 into next stitch. Repeat from * across to last
stitch. Ch5, dtr into same space.


Border:
Round 1: work 6 sc into each ch5 space, (or from the side of each dtr at end of row) around entire piece. (180 scs)

Round 2: work 1 sc into each stitch around, except place 3scs into each corner (4). (188 scs)


Round 3 – 4: repeat round 2. (204 scs).


Ties:
Row 1: Working along one short side, hdc in each stitch across. (18 hdcs)


Row 2: ch1, hdc in each stitch across.


Row 3 – 14: repeat row 2


Row 15: ch1, hdc2tog, sc across to last 3 sts: hdctog, hdc. (16 hdcs)


Row 16 – 18: : ch1, hdc across.


Row 19 – 30: repeat rows 15 –18 three more times. (10 hdcs)


Repeat rows 1 – 30 for second short side.


Finishing:
Work 1 round of rsc around entire perimeter of headband. Fasten off. Weave in loose ends.

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