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Today you will learn how to make this beautiful crochet headband. Hope you like it!
You need any kind of yarn you would like,a crochet hook,and a pair of scissors.
You will chain 13 chain stitches.
You will skip to the 5th chain from the hook and do a double crochet in that chain.
You will skip a chain and do a double crochet in that chain and you will keep skipping a chain and doing a double crochet in a chain until you reach t...
You will turn your work around and double crochet in each of the open spaces until you reach the end of that row and chain three at the end of that ro...
You will keep going until you make it as long as you need it.
You will slip knot the pieces together so the sides connect.
When you finish that you will cut the yarn off the yarn ball and make a slip knot.
You will take the crochet hook off (i forgot to do that in the pic srry!) and you will tie the two strands of yarn together.
You are done with the headband! You can make a crochet flower to go with it! I will have a instructable on how to make a crochet flower soon!
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