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Tuesday, 5 December 2017
LOVELY AND SIMPLE HEADWEAR
LOVELY AND SIMPLE HEADWEAR
In this blog, we will work on three little
pieces of headwear – most have been done before – but I’ve tried a little new
twist and tweak here. So come along and
let’s whip out some cute, and simple headwear.
With Christmas just around the corner, methinks
these are cute accessories to make as gifts – and these are not just for
Christmas time J
Thank you for joining me as we work on this
lovely pattern together.
Materials used:Today I’ve used some locally available 4 ply acrylic yarn with a 3.5
In general:None of these projects require just an acrylic yarn. I just had them in lovely colours and decided
to use them. Use any yarn with a
suitable hook to make these projects.
Abbreviations used :
fsc : Foundation single crochet dc
: Double crochet
For most of these patterns, you can use it as a
hanging toy ornament off your tree. All you need to do is attach a length of
chain off one side. If you attach it to
a rubber band or a tic-tac clip, then you get a neat hair clip. Have fun.
1.SPIRAL HAIR BOW TIE
For our first pattern, I found this
cute spiral hair tie. I have made this
spiral pattern before as extensions from a beanie / cap, and looking at this photograph, I got an idea. When I showed this photograph (below) to a friend, she found a pattern link for it, so get this at (https://in.pinterest.com/source/crazysockscrochet.blogspot.com/)
For our spiral hair tie, we are
going to make the hair tie and attach it to a rubber band. That way, you will always have a nice bow
and perfect spirals falling off it.
an fsc chain that is long enough for you to make a bow. It does not matter how long or short you want
the hanging tie bits. Ch 1, and Turn.
Now before you proceed, make a neat bow in the
centre of this long fsc chain that you have made, such that you have a perfect
bow in the centre and two long hanging bits on the side.
Mark the ends of the hanging bits (i.e the part that comes out from under the
bow. Look at the photograph to see what
Depending on how spirally you want your tie,
work 3 or 4 hdc per fsc as instructed.
Row 1 :3
hdc in the 1st fsc and in each fsc till 3 fsc before the marked fsc
sc in each fsc till 3 fsc after the next marked
3 hdc in each fsc till end.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
To put together :
Make your bow back again, and attach it to the rubber band through the centre
of the bow. Ensure that the bow is
properly fastened and will not come off if pulled by a child – this will ensure
that the bow is always perfect, no matter what!
Have fun creating something oh, so cute! .. and
I hope the recipient loves it too.
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