This pattern is copyrighted to Rebeckah Ferger of www.rebeckahstreasures.com. It is for personal use only. No part of this pattern may be copied or distributed in any way. If you sell what you make from this pattern, please credit me as the designer. All rights reserved, 2014.
Abbreviations: US Terms are used
Place a safety pin on each end of your pre-cut elastic band. You will want one on each end in just in case it slips into the base. Take one end and pull it through the crochet headband base. It will be a process of scrunching and pulling to get it through.
It will help to scrunch, or push the base down at each end for this next part... Once you have pulled the elastic through the headband, overlap about 1” of the elastic band ends. With sewing needle and thread at hand, sew around the entire perimeter of the band that you have overlapping with a whip stitch. Tie off.
Now it is time to sew the opening closed. With the long tail of the headband base, and the stitches lined up (if you left a stitch marker in the very first stitch of the first round, this will be easy to see), sew the opening closed. Tie off, and weave in ends.
This crochet headband uses 3 sets of 2 layer flowers for a total of 4 flower sizes. Feel free to make yours with these flowers, or with your favourite ones!
The Large Center Flower (#1) and the Small Center Flower (#2) make the center set of flowers on the headband.
The Large Outer Flower (#3) and the Small Outer Flower (#4) make the two outer sets of flowers on the headband.
Use blue tail of flower #2 to sew to blue center of flower #1. Then, use blue tail of flower #1 to sew onto headband.
Use blue tail of flower #4 to sew to blue center of flower #3. Then, use blue tail of flower #3 to sew onto headband - one set to either side of the larger flower.
Weave in all ends.
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