Garden Party. DAISY Pin Headband by Alla Koval
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Garden Party. DAISY Pin Headband

Crochet
May 2010
Thread ?
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Go whimsical with an ever-so-fun crocheted Daisy Pin—perfect for a party-ready look or for just traipsing along on a summer day! The Daisy Pin consists of a flower, a pistil (middle part) and a leaf.
This pin is a wonderful accent for a hat, sweater, bag, scarf, gloves or whatever you can think of! It can easily be turned into a necklace or a headband (both instructions are included). These beautiful crochet flowers work up quickly and make great gifts too. Find a fun way to make your own!

YARN
Thread weight (#0 Lace).
Shown: DMC Cotton Perle 5 (100% cotton; 27 yd 25 m/5 g): 1 skein of #648 white (MC).
DMC Six Strand Embroidery Floss (100% cotton; 8.7 yd 8 m): 1 skein each of #92 multi green (CC1) and for Headband/Necklace #470 (CC2).

Sport weight (#2 Fine).
Shown: Omega Passy (70% acrylic; 30% polyester boucle, 188 yd 170 m/1.75 oz 50 g): 1 yd of #904 yellow (CC3).

CROCHET HOOK

Steel hook size 7 (1.65 mm); size C/2 (2.75 mm)
Notions
• 1 size 2” (50 mm) snap hair clip or 1” (25 mm) back safety catch bar
• 1 size 1/2” (13 mm) ladybug button (shown: handpainted ladybug buttons by JHB)

SIZE
4” (10 cm) wide x 3.25” (8 cm) tall

GAUGE
Flower Motif = 3.25” (8 cm) in diameter.
Gauge is not critical for this design.

NOTIONS

• 1 size 2” (50 mm) snap hair clip or 1” (25 mm) back safety catch bar
• 1 size 1/2” (13 mm) ladybug button (shown: handpainted ladybug buttons by JHB)
• 2 size 12 mm lime green wooden beads
• Sewing needle and coordinating thread
• Tapestry needle for weaving in ends

This pattern involves crochet skills only.

10 pages, 3 stitch diagrams, Glossary, MAGIC (ADJUSTABLE) RING Tutorial, Conversion Charts.