Baby Bow Crochet Headband

bheadband3Here’s a little (and fast!) Crochet tutorial for you! You can make them, sell them, give them as gifts, whatever you’d like! Just please don’t pretend this tutorial is yours :). If you have any questions, please just comment and I’ll try to get back to you a.s.a.p.! 😉

Headband:  (For the BC, I would suggest making enough chains to fix around your little one’s head. Just keep making chains and checking if it fully goes around! I used 61 put you can replace the 61 below for any number you’d like.)

Base Chain: 61 ch, connect with ss to first ch

Row 1: 2 ch, sc in next chain and across to end. finish up and sew in tail.

Bow:

Base Chain: 25 ch, connect with ss to first ch

Row 1: 2 ch (counts as first sc), sc in next chaid and across, ss to first sc

Row 2-5: repeat row 1

finish up, sew in tail.

Band:

Base Chain: 10 ch, sc in 3rd ch from hook, sc across to end, finish off.

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Now you should have these three pieces (I hadn’t sewn in the tails yet in these pictures >_< ). Take the Bow and Headband and hold them together as you use the small band to wrap around the two. You can use the tails from the small band to tie them together.

And you are done! Enjoy! ❤

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Crocheted Heart Pot Holder

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Here’s my first crochet tutorial! It’s for a pot holder with a heart 🙂 . I hope you guys like it! You can also use this pattern to make a heart square for an afghan or whatever you’d like. If you have any questions or comments, just leave them in the comments and I’ll try to reply as soon as possible!

Some tutorials that might be helpful with this pattern:

Crocheting Over Yarn Ends

Changing Colors Neatly in Crochet

Heart Pot Holder:

I used Red Heart Super Saver yarn , three colors (A, B and C) one skein each (you’ll use less than a skein but its always good to have extra!) and a size F/5 hook

Base Chain: using A, 35+3 ch (counts as first dc)

Row 1: dc in 4th ch, dc across, turn (36 dc)

Row 2: 3 ch (counts as first dc), dc in next, dc across, turn (36 dc)

Row 3: repeat row 2

Row 4: 3 ch, dc in next 15 dc, change to B, dc in next 4 dc, change to A, dc in last 16 dc, turn

Row 5: 3 ch, dc in next 12 dc, change to B, dc in next 10 dc, change to A, dc in last 13 dc, turn

Row 6: 3 ch, dc in next 9 dc, change to B, dc in next 16, change to A, dc in last 10 dc, turn

Row 7: 3 ch, dc in next 6 dc, change to B, dc in next 22 dc, change to A, dc in last 7 dc, turn

Row 8: repeat row 7

Row 9: 3 ch, dc in next 3 dc, change to B, dc in next 28 dc, change to A, dc in last 4 dc, turn

Row’s 10-12: repeat row 9

Row 13: 3 ch, dc in next 3 dc, change to B, dc in next 13 dc, change to A, dc in next 2 dc, change to B, dc in next 13 dc, change to A, dc in last  4 dc, turn

Row 14: 3 ch, dc in next 6 dc, change to B, dc in next 7 dc, change to A, dc in next 8 dc, change to B, dc in next 7 dc, change to A, dc in last 7 dc, turn

Row’s 15-17: repeat row 2

Finish off.

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Make another square, switching yarns A and B if you’d like 🙂

Border: using C, start in the upper left hand corner (see picture below) and do a HDC all the way around, sewing both squares together. Once you reach the end, 10 ch, ss in first hdc to create a loop to hang your potholder, finish off.

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