How to crochet a tiara or a headband. A gift for my friends Amanda and Miranda.
Hello my dear friends of Read.cash, today I start the week full of energy and positive thoughts, I hope that you are also the same and that together we all load this platform of prosperity and joy.
I wanted to tell you that a few days ago I heard a phrase that I liked "the craftsman is the one who works with his heart" and I liked that, because I consider myself a craftsman. I think that all of us who work with our hands carry in our souls an infinite number of tastes and passions that we use at the right moment. It's all a matter of letting ourselves be carried away by the ribbons, colours, textures and sizes; then the magic envelops us and unique pieces are formed with each thread and each stitch. Everything is made with a lot of LOVE, nothing that comes out of our workshop happens without that special ingredient, I hope that all of you always know how to appreciate what a craftswoman of the world does.
Now let's get into what we like, the "crafts".
A few days ago I made this tiara or headband for Amanda and I also made one for her sister Miranda, they both loved their gift and they both wore it to go for a walk this Sunday with their parents.
Step by step we are going to make a tiara.
- The first thing we do is the strip where we are going to place all our knitted flowers, for this we knit 200 chains, in this strip we knit 70 single crochet, 60 double crochet and 70 single crochet until we finish with a slip stitch and we cut the yarn.
- We knit a strip of 18 chain stitches, then we knit a single crochet in the 4th chain, in this same base stitch we knit 4 more double crochet stitches.
- Knit a single crochet in the next chain. Repeat in this way until you have finished the whole round.
- Close with slip stitch and cut the yarn; then roll it into a flower shape and secure it with thread and needle at the bottom. Try to use the same colour or the same yarn so it doesn't look ugly.
The wonderful result
And what do you think of this beauty? I was delighted and very satisfied with the result but now I want to make all the models and colours to promote it among my customers.
These tiaras can be made for first communion or baptism girls, with the difference that they are made completely in white, I can also imagine knitting them especially for the flower girl at a wedding.
And you, what do you think? Whatever comes to your mind, let me know! Who knows, and with your opinion you can help me to improve every day. The imagination of craftsmen is like that, super creative and knows no limits. I invite you to take thread and needle and start practising, you'll see that in less time than you think you'll be here showing us what you've done.
See you in a future post friends, take care and remember, smiling is the task.
I know how to crochet but I can't follow the pattern.thank you for giving us the idea. See you around, I'll be following this kind of content.