Things to do with a crocheted chain: Improvised Headband

August 13, 2009 at 10:57 pm 2 comments

Improvised Headband

Improvised Headband

Materials needed:

Variegated Pink Wool and Pink Cotton Yarn

Variegated Pink Wool and Pink Cotton Yarn

Materials for the headband

Materials for the headband

  • YARNS (of course!) – I used a variegated pink wool (bulky) and soft cotton
  • Plain black headband
  • A hook (4.5 mm)
  • Adhesive tape (Double sided) – Glue STick is much better, mind you.
  • some leaves to accentuate
  • button for the flower applique
  • needle

Using the variegated wool yarn crochet chain to cover the entire length of the head band.

Cover the headband with the crocheted chain. Put it in place using an adhesive tape. It is much better to glue it with a glue stick, but my glue gun’s at home back in the province so i have to improvise.

Create a 5 Flower applique  using the solid pink cotton yarn.

– Chain 3 slip stitch to form a ring. *Chain 4, slip stitch into the ring * (Repeat 4 more times)

Attach a yellow button to the flower.

Attach five leaves at one side of the headband.

Attach the flower applique by sewing it into the headband.

🙂 Now you have an improvised headband. Pretty easy right?

Momoink loves it so much that she tries it on:

Momoink loves the headband

Momoink loves the headband


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Peachy  |  September 16, 2009 at 6:54 am

    Super nice ng ginawa mu…
    Ang galing galing talaga ni Lorie! 😉

  • 2. prettymaple77  |  January 26, 2010 at 7:59 am

    cool! Just found the link in ravelry. adding to queue!


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