Thursday, May 15, 2008

Headband with Flower

Here's another headband made with my free pattern, to which I've added a rounded flower applique that makes it even more cute I think!
The Flower is made this way:

Ch 6, join to make ring with sl st.
Round 1: ch3 (count as dc), 15 dc in ring,sl st to third ch of beg. ch3. (16 dc)
Round 2: ch3 (count as dc), dc in same space as joining, *2dc in next dc*. Repeat from * around, sl st to third ch of beg. ch3. (32 dc)
Round 3: *ch4, skip next 2 dc, sc in next dc*. Repeat from * around ending with sl st to previous joining st.
Round 4: *7 dc in next ch4 space, sc in next sc*. Repeat from * around, ending with sl st to previous joining st.
Here's in another colour:
Hope you'll like it!

165 comments:

Lazzzzyfish said...

The headband is very pretty! I like it very much! Do you mind to let me know what brand and weight of yarn you are using?

creativeyarn said...

Hi and thank you!
Well, the yarns I've used for these two headbands are some Italian brand, and I don't remember the name..:)
Any worsted weight yarn will be fine!
bests

bua said...

Hi, I am Italian as well (from Rome, but at the moment living in Ireland) and I like crochet as well (even if I am not as good as you are :)). I do not remember exactly how did I come across your blog (crochet me? etsy? ravelry?), but I wanted to tell you that you make wonderful things! compliments!!!

Ciao, anche io sono italiana (romana, ma e' da un po' che vivo in Irlanda) ed anche a me piace l'uncinetto (ma non sono brava come te :)). Adesso non mi ricordo come ho trovato questo blog (crochet me? etsy? ravelry?), ma ti volevo fare i complimenti per le cose fantastiche che realizzi! brava!!!

ps. anche se tu scrivi e sai l'Inglese 100 volte meglio di me, ti volevo lasciare il commento anche in italiano perche' e' quella la lingua in cui l'ho pensato :D
ps. I left the comment also in Italian as it was more heartfelt :D

creativeyarn said...

Thanks!
Finally I write something in Italian..
I'm so happy that a compatriot, and even a fellow citizen, appreciate my creations and come visit my blog!
If you have any problems with my patterns, feel free to write me, I'll be very happy to help you!
Many thanks again,
greetings from Rome!
Marta

Grazie!
Che bello, finalmente scrivo un pò in italiano..
Sono felice che qualche connazionale e addirittura concittadina, apprezzi le mie cose e capiti sul mio blog!
Se hai problemi coi miei pattern, non esitare a scrivermi, sarò super felice di aiutarti.
Ancora grazie mille,
saluti da Roma!
Marta

Vik said...

Very pretty!

Shini said...

Hi Marta,

I chanced upon your blog while looking for crochet patterns. You've got some pretty creative stuff out here! Just loved the berets!
Thank you for your free patterns. Am just starting off to crochet, and i hope to try out your patterns soon.

Shini

Lazzzzyfish said...

Hi, it is me again! I was just wondering how did you attach the flower to the headband?

creativeyarn said...

Hi!
I've sewed the flower on the three strands, separating them about 2.00cm one from another.
Easy, isn't it?
ciao!

Lazzzzyfish said...

Thank you so much! I have done the flower and the headband, just need to sew them. Your tip is very helpful and just in time!

I am going to give it to my aunty as she is going to New Zealand soon.

Geraldine said...

This is really a great looking headband and Im sure, comforable to wear too. Well done!

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Valsg said...

Thanks a lot for this headband.It's so beautiful

zabelle said...

thank you very much I will try to do it!
have a nice week-end!

Bohémia said...

Hello from France...
I LOVE youre headband with flower... Can i put it on my blog with a link to your. It will be traduice from the french girls ...
thanks for answer...

Thank you for the pattern.
bests

bohemia

creativeyarn said...

Hi Bohemia!
Of course you can, for me it's a pleasure and I'm so glad you've enjoyed the pattern.
Greetings from Rome!
bests,
Marta

Claire said...

merci beaucoup pour votre tutorial!!!
i will try....

Jill greenbaum said...

Hi! I am wondering how the back of the headband comes together - do you tie it? I seme to have two bands and some other starnds than hang down... a pitcure and description would be really helpful. Thanks!
JIll

Stephanie Ann said...
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Stephanie Ann said...

I just made this headband tonight, and it is darling! Thank you for the pattern. All of your work is beautiful. -Stephanie

noroc said...

Thank you very much for your pattern, my girls like it a lot.

valer83 said...

ouawou mi piace molto il tuo lavoro !!
queto sara per la mia figlia per il
Calendario d'Avvento.
E se hai delle altre cose come quella mi interessa ...
Sono francese e se hai bisogno per qualcosa.. sono qui !
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QueenBitch said...

Thank you so much for this pattern. I've made one last night for a friend of mine and she was so delighted. And you've explained so well.

Mille baci :*

pol_a said...

Thank you for the pattern !
I have made one for my daughter, you can see here in my blog : http://boiteatresor.canalblog.com/archives/2008/09/02/10430990.html
I love it ! Thank you again

Güldem said...

hi from Turkey:)
love your staff,they are so cute,beautiful.can ı put your blog link to my blog list ?

creativeyarn said...

Hi Guldem!
Sure you can link my blog from your site!
Thanks a lot!
Ciao!!;)

headbands said...

I'm not good in crocheting/knitting or even sewing, but I will try my best to make a beautiful headband. Thanks a lot.

Alyssa said...

I just made this yesterday and love it! I will be making another soon :D Your instructions are really easy to follow and I can't wait to try out your other patterns.
Bisoux, Alyssa

isaquarel said...

sympa comme tout...;o))))))

Sofia said...

Hello Marta!
I've just started crocheting, and found you throught raverly. I loved all your pieces, thank you so much for the patterns and explanations!
Beijinhos from Portugal

titus2woman said...

I was totally searching for something else, and I'm SO GLAD this showed up in my search as well! BEAUTIFUL~I can't wait to make some of these!!!! (((((HUGS))))) sandi

Anonymous said...

Hiiiii ;D omg ur headband is Soooooo Cute ;D I dont understand the steps to how to make it ;( can u please post a little vedio ;D pS: u r so0o cute ;D
.. i dont have a google account or the others ;( thats why im posting anonymous

Patti said...

Wow! You are super talented. I just dabble in crochet, I've been just learning to do some flowers to actually use on scrapbook pages and for greeting cards. But my searches led me here, and now I really want to try this head band!

Girl Friday said...

okay so i am absolutely loving this pattern and thank you for that. but i must have screwed up somewhere becuase I ended up with Eleven final petals. o_0 yeah. weird right? i went back and counted but i can't seem to find where i goofed.

oh well. still turned out fantastic. just might have to tweek it to accomidate my mathematical oops. ;p

thanks again for the really nifty pattern :D

Anonymous said...

Hello, loving this flower you've made, but it's been awhile since I've crocheted. Can you tell me what "ad" means, when you say "count ad dc?" Thanks very much.

Shiri said...

Hi,
I love this pattern, thank you so much for sharing!

laurel said...

Marta, this is a FABULOUS pattern. I made one immediately after I saw it on your blog haha. Check it out!:
http://sewknitpicky.blogspot.com/2009/10/desperate-times-call-for-desperate.html

thank you for sharing!

Freya said...

Thanks for the great pattern! It was my first crocheted project. Turned out beautifully and have already made a few as gifts.

Lou said...

I just wannted to say how much i love the pattern - i am selling some of my crochet and knitting items in some local school fetes in the UK and wanted to know if i could use this pattern?

Many Thanks
Lou

staciisrael said...

I love your flower. But I can't seem to understand what "ad" means in "count ad dc?" Please help!

creativeyarn said...

Hi Staciisrael!
Sorry, it was an error:
"ad" was supposed to be "as"!
I've correct it on the post!
Ciao,
m.

annuxy said...

Hi!! I'm from Barcelona (Spain). I love all your stuff, i tried to do de headband and it's lovely.

Thanks for yor patterns!!

Bye

Petons (that mean kisses in catalan!)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the flower pattern. My sister-in-law has lost her hair due to chemo and wants a cute, feminine hat so I crochetted a hat and am adding the flower. I'm going to sew a pin to the flower so she can take it off and put on other things. It should really brighten her day. Thanks!!

pheonix phire said...

hi..i want to make this so i can wear it for Christmas (tomorrow lol)
but i am curios at how you attached it to the head band..
(i cant wait to upload a vid so i can show you how your flower comes out for me)

claireallison said...

The headband is so cute! Thank you for sharing the pattern - I can't wait to make one and give my hibernating crochet skills some practice! :)

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Very creative - your blog's title sure fits its content.

KingFlitton said...

Such a fun project!!! May I ask how the headband comes together. It it tied?

Sarah said...

Thanks so much for sharing this. I was so inspired that I came up with a version of my own. I wanted to give you credit on my blog but I couldn't find your name so I just included a link to your blog in my post with the picture of my headband. Hope that's all right!

It's here, if you're interested: http://sarah-bration.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Hi Marta! My name is Rosa and I'm from Mexico. I recently learned to crochet (I started one month ago!!) and I LOVE IT! Turns out, I've already tried some of your patterns and they have helped me a lot! Everyone who's seen me wear the headbands or berets have complimented them... :) So, thanks!

By the way... about the flower headband... how do you sew the flower so you can't see the chains under the flower? Is there a special tip to do it? or is it just the way the picture was taken?

Em and Ty said...

Thank you so much for posting this and other darling creations! My friends and I from church have actually started a "Crochet Club" because of this pattern! I saw my friend at church wearing it and hAD to know how to make it! And now we get together weekly to learn a new pattern or craft. Thanks so much!!

Mollie. said...

This is so great! I can't wait to try it out...Thanks!

Rose said...

Hello!
Very creative...
kiss.

Josi said...

LindA!

Sara said...

LOVE this headband!!! Thank you so much for the free pattern:)

Katie @ Cheep Ideas said...

This is so beautiful and casual all at the same time!

I've featured them on my site today, and you can grab an "I've been featured" badge if you'd like.

Thanks for sharing!! :)

Marsha said...

I really like this headband and I've made 2. I just made a flower, following your flower pattern but mine came out very wide. It's about 5 inches wide. How big is yours?

Mine just looks huge on top of my head LOL!

EACarroll79 said...

Thank you so much for your free pattern! I made that beautiful headband for my daughter to wear at her wedding. I will upload a pic; she looked stunning!
Thank you!!

lovelaughlive said...

wow! I found your creations on Ravelry! This looks adorable! Will try it someday, when I will figure out more complicated crochet, for now I just made my first doggy sweater haha))That web site is awesome!

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Wow! This look adorable! I will try it someday when I'll figure out more complicated crochet, for now I just made a simple doggy sweater, my first crochet ;) I found yours on Ravelry, that web site is amazing!
Thanks for sharing!
Marina

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Anonymous said...

Your work is beautiful and so unique. From one crochet fashionista to another, bravo!! And thank you for the free patternsa and inspiration!

imirror said...

veramente bellissima! I NEED to go back to Rome and am starting with Italian Lessons in USA. You make beautiful work, I'm so glad to connect to your crafty self. I hope to look stay at your hotel in future!

giorgia said...

Sei strepitosamente brava ... adoro i tuoi lavori .. complimenti da vero..
oltretutto ho provato ad usare questo tuo free pattern.. con una lana color panna .. e nonostante io sia una principiante devo dire che sono soddisfatta del risultato.. quindi devo ringraziarti ^_^
un abbraccio ..
giorgia

P.S. un giorno di questi mi piacerebbe postare le foto del mio lavoro mio Headband with Flower fatto con il tuo pattern... però volevo chiederti prima la tua autorizzazione .. visto che i diritti sono tuoi .. ^__^
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mi farebbe davvero piacere averti tra i miei contatti..
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zoombabe said...

Hi! Thank You for this corgeus pattern, I've just finished it :)
Is this right in the third round that you skip next 2 dc, I think it's 4, as on the pic. I've skipped 2, and it made teh flower kinda fluffy, it is still very sweet!
Thanks! Zooombabe from Hungary.

Anonymous said...

Hi! I absolutely love this headband, it's adorable and I've made two since discovering your blog last night :-) However, I have a question for you: what size hook did you use for the bands in the phoots? I estimated and used an H hook to make mine, but mine appear to be larger than yours.

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I love all your stuff! They are so beautiful and simple and especially hip with the teenagers. Thank you for sharing your patterns for beginner crocheters like me. Thank you Thank you Thank you.
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Anonymous said...

I love this design - it's very cute. I've had it in my Ravelry favourites for ages.

You might want to take a look at this pattern, which showed up on Ravelry today: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/string-floral-headband

The two designs are uncomfortably similar, and yours is the oldest.

Preethi said...

Hi,

I love this, just made me one and it turned out so pretty, hubby things its so big, but I don't care, its pretty and bold. I am not a expert crocheter and this was so simple to make, thank you soo much. Adding your blog to my favo list, Merry Christmas!!!

Preethi :o)

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I found your blog while looking for crochet patterns. You've got some pretty creative stuff out here! Just loved the berets!
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Thank you so much. I made this forever ago and still wear it all the time. Every time I get compliment after compliment!
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Cassie said...

I love this headband and found your instructions very good for a new crocheter like myself. The only problem I'm having is with the flower. my yarn is a worsted weight and I have a hook 1 size smaller and a hook 1 size bigger than the suggested size. i have tried making the flower with each and both times I have the same problem. Your flower is so flat and dense, mine is very loopy and will not lay flat, it's very bubbly. I've tried adjusting my tension and no luck. Do you have an idea what I might be doing wrong??
Thank you so much for your pattern and your time!!

Anonymous said...

HI, thank you so much for posting your creations for free. not only are they beautiful, they are so trendy! My daughter wants one of everything on your page :) I have created 3 headbands in no time at all, and have even made a bow and flower from your blog. my only questions is the method you use to sew them on. Are you using crochet yarn, or sewing thread? thanks for your help :) Melissa

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Anonymous said...

Beautiful. Question below:

How do I make the three bands, and with what hook size? Then how do I attach it to the flower?

Thank you from Elkton, Maryland USA

Cassie's Blog said...

Thank you for sharing this pattern. I made the headband for a photoshoot and was very pleased. I would like to make it again, but I've got several patterns piling up on my to-do list. So it will have to be an in the future venture.

Here are some photos.

http://cassies-crochet.blogspot.com/2011/03/flower-headband.html

Comprare Levitra said...

I love your ideas! thanks for sharing!

Clay@ silk bouquets said...

The headband looks really pretty specially the green one, I like the color and the pattern.

Diablo Valley said...

hi there, love the headband! Im a little confused on round 3. there are 32 dcs and you say to chain for and skip 2 dcs but i would end up with more than nine loops, could you help me? thanks!

Jen Caputo said...

Thank you so much! I made the headband yesterday. I actually made two. The first one, when I followed the instructions exactly I wound up with 11 petals. I see yours only had 8. I tried again skipping 3 DC's instead of 2 in round 3 and it turned out much better, with only 8 petals. Otherwise it's perfect and I love it!

Shannon said...

Juat wondering if this is you? http://www.etsy.com/shop/happylittletreasures
If not, they may be selling items made from this pattern.

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Jessica said...

Yes, I did the same thing following the pattern exactly and skipping 2 dc in the 3rd round. I ended up with 10 petals but noticed the one in the picture had 8. If you skip 3 dc then you end up with 8 petals. Also, did you use the same size hook as the headband?

Atif said...

The headband is fantastic keep it up.
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Maddie said...

Hi CreativeYarn! I am having some trouble with the flower pattern. I keep getting 10 petals instead of 8 like in the picture. I'm following the pattern! What do you think I'm doing wrong? Also, does anyone else have this problem?

Maddie said...

Thanks Jessica! I really should read the beforehand comments first! CreativeYarn, you should change your pattern instructions! But, its still a GREAT pattern! Keep on posting!

Jen said...

Thank you for the free pattern for this. It is absolutely beautiful, and I hope the one I make looks this nice! I found you through ravelry by looking for flower patterns, and am now a follower of your blog. I see many things I will be making from it =)
Thanks!!!
Jen

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Thanks for the pattern!

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Florist Sydney said...

Wow, what a lovely headbands you got here, I love the flower pattern. So nice of you for sharing the tutorial here, Thanks a lot.

Mrs.Danielle.Warren said...

I love doing this flower! The only problem is that once I'm finished, it doesn't lay flat. DO I need to change up my yarn or what do you think?
Love the blog btw! You are helping me go from a beginner to whatever is above that lol Thanks!

KariAnnO said...

Thanks for sharing this! I am new to crochet and can't figure out how the flower attaches to the headband. Can you help explain?

kerrblack said...

I just love this headband so much!! I made one couple months ago but adjusted the length and used button closure. My friends are asking me to make some for them and I'm working on them now.

I also made a few for two of my friends daughters and they loved them!

Keep up the good work...

madrais7 said...

Hi, I really love the headband it's very pretty. I was wondering how do I attach it? Thanks for making such beautiful items. Hope to hear from you soon.

madrais7 said...

I was wondering what size needle do I use to make it?

Lola said...

Thank you for sharing this wonderful pattern! A few corrections though: Round 1, 2, & 3 don't need ch3 at the end since those are addressed at the beginning of the next round. And as some mentioned before, if you want your flower to lay flat and look like the one in your pic, Round 3 should skip the next 3 dc instead of 2 (so every 4th stitch should get the sc). Thanks again!

Lola said...

Also, I made one and am giving it away to my facebook fans at http://lolalandcreations.blogspot.com!Giveaway from 7/17/11-7/21/11. Winner will be announced 7/22/11.

Anonymous said...

I really like this headband. It's soo cute!! I'm having trouble getting the flower right though. I don't quite understand the instructions. Can someone please explain them to me, beginning at Round 1 where it says sl st to third ch of beg. Thank you, I'd really appreciate it. I want to make one of these so bad but I just can't figure it out.

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jaydn said...

I love this, I am a beginner to crocheting. I did this one twice and keep coming up with 10 pedals. I dont know where I went wrong. Can you use a magic circle in the middle instead of the chain 6?

nanaandpapa1 said...

made this yesterday, wearing it today. thanks for the instructions, I sent the link to my granddaughter to see if she wants one too. If she lived closer I would teach her how to make it herself. thanks again

glanzundgloria said...

Thanks so much for the free pattern. Got it done in less than an hour. Used felting wool and am very curious how it will come out of the washing machine later :-))
Just one little thing: in round 3 for the flower, does it not need to be: skip next 3 dc? otherwise you end up with more than 8 petals on your flower...

Shanti said...

Thank you, is very pretty!!

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Alicia said...

I just recently started to teach myself how to crochet. I made this last night and was so excited when it turned out like the picture lol. Thank you for sharing your adorable patterns. You have a very inspiring blog! I am learning a lot!

Laura Reindl said...

This is so cute! Thanks for sharing!

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Elise said...

I found your blog on pinterest and just made this headband - I love it! I'm definitely going to be using your patterns - they are really adorable. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

This is a great headband, thank you very much. For US crocheters:

SC= slip stitch.

Clarification (from personal experience)
Chain 140, then slip stitch 30, then chain 80 and again slip stitch 30, from the OTHER side of your band. So you are skipping 80 or so stitches in the middle and slip stitching the other side, which will be a tie in the end . Mine came out a little big in the middle for some reason, so I had to size it down (the side straps were fine though). After this point, I think the pattern is understandable as it is written in original.

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I have made the flower, but how to you do the headband part that is connected? Thanks

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What size crochet hook did you use

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Anonymous said...

Hi I am very new to crochet. I am confused on the part where you say *7 dc in next ch4 space, sc in next sc*
Do you mean to do 7 dc in a single hole? and what is the ch4 space? Thanks for your help! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi I am very new to crochet. I am confused on the part where you say *7 dc in next ch4 space, sc in next sc*
Do you mean to do 7 dc in a single hole? and what is the ch4 space? Thanks for your help! :)

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Maybe I haven't read all the comments here properly but i was curious about the actual head band part...how to fasten in the back of the head and what was the method of fastening the flower to the headband?

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I love these!!! So cute! How do you size them and how do you connect them in the back? I am fairly new to crocheting and would love to try these out! Thank you!

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Sukrithaa said...

How are the three strands joined at the bottom. Is it tying type.

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Starling said...

Hey, in round 3, is it supposed to say to repeat (ch 4, skip next 3 dc, sc in the next dc) around? It says to skip next 2 dc, and that gives me like...11 petal spots to be working in, in round 4, haha! I confused myself so hard just now, and I'm assuming I should have just recognized that automatically and corrected it in my head. It doesn't seem like anyone else had a hard time realizing it, if that's what it should say. Or do I totally have it wrong now? Seems to be working out. *sigh* Maybe I'll just nap...lolz!

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Anonymous said...

How do you attach the flower to the headband

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Orli said...

Hi There, I just ran into this pattern by Ravelry site, Thank you so much for the free pattern, I would love to know which crochet stick did u use ?
Thanks again !

Orli

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Ashleigh Binger said...

I love this pattern! I was wondering how you attach the flower to the headband, and also- is the headband joined in a slip stitch before chaining? or do you just tie it in a knot to wear it?

Ally said...

This is gorgeous!!! I love it!! I live in Milan and have been taking lessons on how to crochet for a month! I have just made the flower! It's very easy to follow and it's so pretty! Thank you for sharing :-)

Susan Lacy said...

Hello, really love this flower I could not find a pattern on how to attach the headband to the flower so I got a bit creative but it works and super easy. Forts do not fasten off at the SS to the joining ST from there I chained 60 SS to opposite side of flower in between petals of the flower then I SS across the top of the next petal in either side of the joining ST then chain 25 ,now SC 10 to the other chain strap you already made(both chains together) now CH another 25 ST and attach to other side of flower (I crisscrossed the chain at this point to keep the headband even in the end)SS across top of petal just like other side FO (or leave a long tail and SS to back of flower to center pull the yarn through the center add any embellishments you choose whip stitch to flower FO) not sure how to add pictures or I would show. If you have questions I will help with this. Button413@gmail.com

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Help!!!!! What size hook did you use for the flower???

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