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Sunshine Daisy Headband


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Looking for free crochet headband patterns with a flower?  This Sunshine Daisy Headband is perfect for girls of all ages!  You could even use this flower to add flair to scarves, hats, purses, or sweaters!

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 Sunshine Daisy Headband


  • 1/4-in thick yarn from a white shirt
  • 1 white button
  • 5-inch garter
  • 3/0-4/0 double-pointed aluminum crochet hook (I used the 3/0 side)
  • 1 tapestry needle for weaving ends
  • 1 sewing needle
  • White sewing thread




  1. Ch 120, equivalent to a length from behind my left ear to the back of my right ear.
  2. Ch 1, sc in all 120 chs. Ch 1, turn.
  3. 3sc, ch 114, 3 sc on the other end. Ch 1, turn.
  4. 120 sc. Break off and weave in ends.


  1. Round 1: Ch 2.  Work 5 sc in the 2nd ch from hook.  Join with sl st to first sc.
  2. Round 2: (Ch 2, 3 dc, ch 2, sl st) in the same sc, sl st to the next sc.  Repeat 4 more times, making 5 petals.
  3. Round 3: Ch 2.  Going behind the petals, sc around the post of the first sc on round 1, ch 3.  (Sc around the post of the next sc on round 1, ch 3) 4 times.  Join with sl st to beginning sc.  There are now 5 ch 3 spaces.
  4. Round 4: (Sc, 4 tr, sc) in next ch 3 space and in each ch 3 space around.  Join with sl st to beginning sc.  Break yarn and pull through.  Do not weave in ends.
  5. Ch 2, (sc around post, ch 3) 5x, sl st to first sc. Break off and weave in ends.
  6. Attach new color in sc.  [Ch 1, (sc, hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc, sc) in ch-3 sp. Ch 1, turn. (Sc and hdc) in st, 2dc in next st, 2tr in next, (tr, dtr, tr) in next st, 2tr in next, 2 dc in next and (hdc and sc) in last st. Sl st to sc of previous color. Turn. 15 sl st across petal, sl st to sc of previous color.] Repeat 5x. Weave in ends.



  1. Sew the flower on the head band.
  2. On one end sew the button and on the other end the garter.

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It would be nice if the Pinterest coding was corrected so that images of the crafts would upload.

Textile paint and brush, tarn from a t-shirt for a crocheted headband? Am I missing something here?

What is the purpose of the textile paint and brush. I did not see it in the instructions.

Seems someone mixed up a couple patterns and merged the materials list LOL


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