ive been seeing a lot of festie themed pictures all over my Facebook feed. I wanted to join the fun without actually going to a festival/concert.
This pattern is really easy to make. It’s good for beginners who are learning double and triple crochet stitches. It also uses the same method as the Fatty Boom Bloom flower I design using Silk Sari by Red Heart Yarns. (Realistically any yarn can be used for the flower)
4.0 mm hook
Red Heart Super Saver in Plumb Pudding
Sc- single crochet
Dc- double crochet
Tc- triple crochet (similar to dc but you y/o twice,)
Hdc- half double crochet
Row1: Sc in 5th sp from hook, *ch2 skip 2 sc. Repeat from * around ending with a sc.
Row2: In ch2 sp, sc, hdc, dc, tc, ch2, tc, dc, hdc, sc. Repeat in each ch2 sp. fasten off and weave in ends.
Depending on the width of your head, you will need to make 8-12 flowers. I used 8(21in) for my head.
Assembly: Now there is two ways to sew the headband. You can do,what I did, and sew the tips of one petal to another, or you can make a band to sew them on to by ch until the length of your head. My head measured 21 inches(8 flowers).
So many baby boys in my family back home in Pennsylvania. I had to make more hats for little Liam back home. I decided to go with my favorite color combo for boys to make him a few hats to grow into.
I love how it worked up. The ears bend on their own, the eyes just make his owl face light right up. I had no issues working this hat up and I love how the instructions included how to carry out the color changes.
I knew the same three cute boy colors would be perfect for this hat. I made it for a toddler so that Liam can wear it once he outgrows his Owl hat. The review for this hat can be found HERE.
Another Sunday is approaching and the boys have outgrown a size yet again. I needed some cute accessories for Their new church clothes, as well as for mommy (me) to match. I came up with this super simple and quick headband for starters.
*Ch until fits desired circumference. Slst to join. do not twist.
I honestly can’t count how many pairs of slippers I have made in the past. . . I knew I wanted a more lacy girly looking slipper to fill my slipper obsession void. I stumbled on these gorgeous ones on Facebook! It took me an afternoon to make so I was able to whip them up and wear them so soon! The pattern is very easy to follow and the way it works up into the slipper shape is really cool to watch as you work along. The lacy look also makes them perfect for spring/summer.