Tuesday, June 3, 2014

DIY: How To Crochet A Daisy Headband.

Hello there! This summer I have been quite enamored by all kinds of flower patterns, for this particular project, crocheting daises sprung to my crown to create! They have entirely inspired this fun crochet project to come to fruition!
>> 2 skeins of yarn (sugar and cream)
>> Scissors
>> G/6  4.25MM Crochet Hook
>> Elastic band 3/4
>> Hot glue gun

Crochet Abbreviations:  
SC= single crochet
HDC= half double crochet

DC= double crochet
SS= slip stitch
CH= chain   
TO= turn over
ST(S) = stitch(es)

CH 3 & connect first ST to the last ST [using the yellow yarn]
To create a circle
HDC 6 times into the circle.
Connect the white yarn to form the petals.
In the same ST:
CH 2
Repeat this method around the flower for a total of 6 times.
You will create about 7 of the daisy patterns.
Connect the petals to each other, either by hook or yarn needle.
With the elastic you will want to measure the circumference of your crown. Make sure there is tight amount of space so that the headband will rest firmly.
Then you will glue the elastic to the back of last petals.
Can't to wait to wear it out!
ashlee elle.


  1. So cute! Thanks for the pattern, I always need more flower crowns in my life ^___^

    1. Gotta love flower crowns and thank you, I am glad you enjoy it! :)