This free video tutorial covers how to create a beautiful 3D crochet flower headband of braided rings. Crocheting this seemingly complicated headband is actually very simple.
HOW TO MAKE THIS GORGEOUS 3D CROCHET FLOWER HEADBAND?
To make this gorgeous gold and braided leaves crochet flower headband, you need a single strand version of macrame thread for the rose and 3 millimetres to weave the headband. You will also need a 3mm crochet hook, and scissors. You need to create braided eyelets in three to create the band of crochet and the single Tunisan strip is pretty simple to make.
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Making this headband is very simple if you follow the steps exactly. And complete this breathtaking crochet piece of art with love!
The Tunisian strip will work up quick and easy, but it is essential to follow its rules because if you crochet the strip in the wrong direction, the entire pattern will go wrong. Keep reading for size measurements for this 3D crochet flower headband. Keep in mind that size alters according to the type and thickness of thread you use!
Sizes of Crochet Flower Headband
This crochet flower headband is the perfect accessory to keep you warm and in style! If you are planning to crochet this charming headband for babies ages 0-3 months, the head circumference will be 13-15” which is headband size “11-12”. From 3 to 12 months, the head circumference will range from 15-19” and the headband sizes will range from 13-17”. For toddlers, head circumference is 18-19” while the average headband size is 16-18”.
If you want to crochet the 3D crochet flower headband for a child as a surprise birthday gift and are not sure about your measurements, the head circumference will range from 19 to 20.5” and the headband size is 17-19”. For teens, the head circumference is 20.5 to 23” and the headband sizes that would fit are 18-21”.
Finally, for an adult, the average head circumference ranges from 21 to 24” which would fit headband sizes 20-22”.
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Tutorial and photos of this headband by: tallermanualperu.