Saturday, January 31, 2015

What A Sweetheart Headband Pattern

What A Sweetheart Headband
Sometimes you just want to make something sweet and cute for someone you think is a Sweetheart!

Well that's where the inspiration for this little pattern came from! It was inspired by this little cutie whom everyone says she's such a Sweetheart!

So just in time for Valentine's Day and so all of you can make something sweet for your own little Sweethearts... the What A Sweetheart Headband!


Michelle K
The Perfect Knot

What a Sweetheart Headband
This is a Beginner to Intermediate level pattern written in US Crochet terms.

Materials Needed:
4.5 mm Crochet hook                                  Tapestry Needle
Scissors                                                        Tape Measure
Button                                                         Thread
Worsted Weight Yarn in 2 Colors – I used Bernat Happy Holidays in Twinkly White and Hobby Lobby’s I Love This Yarn in Pink Neon
Stitch Legend:
 Ch – Chain                                                 SC – Single Crochet
DC – Double Crochet                                  Sl St – Slip Stitch
BLO – Back Loops Only                             FO – Fasten Off
St – Stitch                                                    Sts – Stitches
Mgc Rng – Magic Ring                                HDC – Half Double Crochet
* – Repeat instructions from *                     
[ ] – Stitches worked into the same stitch or space

Grab your hook and let’s begin!

NOTE: You will need enough length to overlap for your button closure once the button is attached. Depending on the size of your button this will vary. Work your piece until the ends meet comfortably around your head and then complete piece for the button hole.

If you want a wider headband make your beginning Ch longer, but make sure you have an odd number of Sts so that the button hole is centered at the end.

Gauge: 4 Sts & 4 Rows in 1” in headband.


Row 1: With White yarn, Ch 8, SC in 2nd Ch from hook and in each Ch across (7 SC)
Row 2: Ch 1 and turn, working in the BLO, SC in each St across (7 SC)
Rows 3 to 1” before desired length: Repeat Row 2 (7 SC)


Row 1: Continuing with White Yarn, Ch 1 and turn, working in both loops of the Stitches, SC in each St across (7 SC)
Row 2: Ch 1 and turn, SC in each St across (7 SC)
Row 3:  Ch 1 and turn, SC in next 2 Sts, Ch 2, Skip 3 Sts, SC in next 2 Sts (4 SC)
Row 4: Ch 1 and turn, SC in next 2 Sts, 3 SC in Ch 2 space, SC in next 2 Sts (7 SC)
Row 5: Ch 1 and turn, SC in each St across, FO (7 SC)
Using the tapestry needle weave in your ends. Attach button on opposite end from button hole using the needle and thread.


Round 1: Begin with a Mgc Rng and the Neon Pink Yarn, Ch 2 (counts as 1st HDC here and throughout), 2 HDC, Ch 2, *3 HDC, Ch 2, Repeat from * 2 More Times, Sl St to top of beginning Ch 2 to join, pull yarn tail to close (12 HDC)

Round 2: Sl St into next 2 HDC and into Ch 2 corner space, [Ch 2, 2 HDC, Ch 2, 3 HDC], Ch 1, *[3 HDC, Ch 2, 3 HDC in next Ch 2 space], Ch 1, Repeat from * twice more, Sl St to top of beginning Ch 2 to join (24 HDC)

Round 3: Sl St into next 2 HDC and into Ch 2 Space, [9 DC in next Ch 1 space], Sl St into next Ch 2 space, [9 DC in next Ch 1 space], Sl St into next Ch 2 space, FO leaving a long tail for sewing. (18 DC)

Using the tapestry needle, weave in your beginning yarn tail, use your ending yarn tail and stitch your heart to your headband.

TA-DA! You’re finished!

© Copyright Michelle R. Kovach/The Perfect Knot 2015. All rights reserved. All content & images in this pattern are protected under federal and international copyright laws. This is my original pattern. Do Not Copy, Modify, Reproduce, Redistribute, Sell or Claim as your own. You may sell items made from this pattern, but please Do NOT claim it as your own unique design. Please refer back to me as the original designer for any items you may sell.

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