Crochet Be My Valentine Hairband
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Crochet Be My Valentine Hairband

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Crochet Be My Valentine Hairband

Hi everyone, today I am bringing to you the crochet Be My Valentine hairband. This is a really easy project to crochet, and I hope you enjoy it. I love this romantic and Boho hairband so much. It will come in handy for Valentine’s day, which is great!

The video tutorial for this cute project can be found here: Crochet Be My Valentine Headband Video Tutorial

Crochet Be My Valentine Hairband
This is perfect for Valentine’s Day

I do love a romantic and lacy crochet accessory to wear on Valentine’s day. This seems perfect for a date, or simply to wear that day. It is a cute, yet subtle accessory, so perfect in every way.

Crochet Be My Valentine Hairband: the inspiration

Valentine’s day is fast upon us, and I really wanted to create a crochet project perfect for this day. I had had the idea of a romantic headband a while back, and decided to create this accessory for Valentine’s day.

Crochet Be My Valentine Hairband
This is a super easy project

Also, I do love Valentine’s day, and the idea of celebrating love on a specific date. I think we can celebrate any type of love that day, be it romantic or not. Which is why this project is so perfect: it can be worn for any Valentine’s day occasion. I know I will wear this headband that day, and it will make me happy.

How will you be celebrating Valentine’s day this year?

Crochet Be My Valentine Hairband
I love Valentine’s Day!

Crochet Be My Valentine Hairband: a simple pattern

This is a very easy crochet project to make. Indeed, you will need only a bit of yarn to begin with. The headband part if very easy and straightforward, and can be made very quickly.

The heart is also a very simple and quick crochet pattern to make. It creates a really dainty and feminine addition to this simple hairband. Let me know how you get on crocheting this project. I would also love to know if you made it for yourself, or as a gift.

Crochet Be My Valentine Hairband
Hearts are what it’s all about!

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Crochet Be My Valentine Hairband
This is a very romantic crochet project

Crochet Be My Valentine Hairband: the pattern

You can purchase the ad free, large print PDF pattern from my Etsy store here: Crochet Be My Valentine Headband PDF Pattern

Level: Easy

Gauge: Gauge is not crucial for completion of this project

Size of project before sewing elastic: 3cm x 42 cm (1”x16,5”)

Materials

1 skein of Sirdar Happy Cotton DK in shade red, and 1 skein in shade white (or any other 100% cotton yarn in DK/Light 3 yarn)

4 mm and 3,5 mm crochet hooks

Basic hair elastic to sew onto project

Tapestry needle

Pair of scissors

Abbreviations

I will be writing in US terms (British terms in brackets)

Ch: chain

Sk: skip

SP: space

Sl st: Slip stitch

SC: Single Crochet (UK Double Crochet)

DC: Double Crochet (UK Treble Crochet)

TC: Treble Crochet (UK Double Treble Crochet)

HDC: Half Double Crochet (UK Half Treble Crochet)

EOR: End of row

Pattern

With red yarn and 4 mm crochet hook

Ch 70 (pattern requires a multiple of 2)

Complete rows as follows:

1: HDC in 3rd ch from hook (first 2 ch counts as a HDC), HDC into each ch until EOR

2: Ch 3 (=HDC+1 ch sp), turn your work, HDC into 4th ch from hook, *ch 1, sk 1 ch, HDC in next st* until EOR

3: Ch 2 (=HDC), HDC into 2nd st, and into every st (both ch sp and HDC from previous row) until EOR

Fasten off, leaving long tail for sewing.

Valentine's day heart
Crochet the hairband first
Crochet the heart
Valentine's day heart
Now crochet the heart

With white yarn and 3,5 mm crochet hook

Ch 4, sl st to first ch to form a ring.

Round 1: Ch 1, place 9 SC into the center of the ring. Sl st through the 1st ch 1

Round 2: Ch1, 2 DC and 1 TC into the 1st SC from previous row. Place a 2 DC into the next stitch; now place a HDC into next stitch. Crochet a SC into next stitch; place a HDC, a TC and a HDC into next stitch.

Place a SC into next stitch, and then a HDC into next stitch. Now place 2 DC into the next stitch; place a TC and 2 HDC into next stitch. Ch 1, sl stitch throught the 1st ch we did.

The heart is now complete. Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.

You can tighten the center of the heart by pulling gently on the loose end. Fasten off.

To sew your heart onto the headband
Valentine's day heart
Sew your heart onto your project

Place your headband flat, and measure 5” from the left side. Now place your heart flat onto the headband. With loose end and tapestry needle, proceed to sewing the heart onto the headband, placing a stitch all around the heart to secure it onto the headband. When you are satisfied with your stitching, tie a knot at the back of project, and fasten off. Tidy up all loose ends.

To sew project together
Valentine's day heart
Sew the heart onto project

Take elastic and place a knot into the middle of this. Sew one side of headband to the elastic with tapestry needle, making sure you sew the entire width of bandeau to elastic. Making sure you don’t twist project, sew on second side to other side of elastic.

Valentine's day heart
Sew your project onto the elastic band

Fasten off, tidy up all loose ends.

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog,

Lots of love,

Selina.

Valentine's day heart
This is a great project for Valentine’s day
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