This big bow headband used up the leftovers of a ball of wool and although perhaps not the most practical of headwear (!) beth loved it. I admit the photo isnt the best – my children are not the type to pose nicely for photos sadly! in the end i distracted her with Peppa pig and snapped her on the couch…
using 4mm hook
row 1 dc, ch1 miss next ch dc in next (repeat to end) row 2-6 slip stitch in first ch1 space, ch2, dc ch1 in each ch1 space across to the last leaving the last ch1 space unworked
fasten off and sew end together so the cross to form the bottom of the bow.
ch12 row 1 dc in first ch ch1 skip next ch, dc in next (repeat across) ch2 turn row 2 – 15 dc ch1 in eac h chain space across ch2 turn
centre of bow
row 1-6 dc in each across then join into a ring
thread the bow through the centre ring then attach into the headband!
I made this little skirt to use up some scraps of DK wool i had. I made it pretty short as it is summer (or meant to be if it ever stops raining!) and you dont really want a long woolen skirt in the summer!. You could easily make it a little longer by just adding more round to the skirt part. I made this one to fit Rosie who is 3 months.
using a 4mm hook Ch 78 and join to form a ring ch1.
Rounds 1 and 2, hdc in each stitch around, ch1 and slip stitch to starting ch. Rounds 3 – 7,*hdc, ch1 hdc* in each hdc around ch1 and slip stitch to starting ch. Change colours as desired. Round 8 hdc in each ch sp and hdc around ch1 and slip stitch to starting ch. Round 9 *dc, ch1, dc* in each hdc around ch1 attach to start ch. ch1 Round 10 dc in each dc and ch sp around do not ch1 or on join from now on nust work in one continous round. Round 11 – desired length dc in each dc around (i changed colour for the last round to give the edging)