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Crochet Headband and Halloween

Friday, October 3, 2014



This is my latest crochet project that I finished to go with the Infinity Scarf and Handwarmers Set I just made.  I had just a little ball of yarn left over and this was the perfect project to make.  In case you missed the blog post on the set I made you can see it HERE.

To make your own crochet headband you can click HERE for the pattern!  


Here you can see year last year I was so inspired to crochet some mini pumpkins in all different colors.


Just in case you missed that blog post and want to make some for fall and Halloween you can click HERE!

Do you have any fun crochet or knit projects you are working on?


Wishing you all a wonderful fall weekend!




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Julie


21 comments:

  1. Lovely addition Julie!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  2. Great headband, Julie :-) I love the color. The little pumpkin is adorable. Thanks for sharing the links. Take care.

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  3. What wonderful yarn you used for headband, I love all those colours. The little pumpkins are really sweet. I think I may just be checking out your link to make my own. Have a lovely weekend.
    Ali xx

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  4. So very, very cute. I really need to learn how to crochet!!!! Love the headband and those little pumpkins! xo Diana

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  5. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing the pattern...making one for my Sister!

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  6. Look at the little pumpkin. That is cute. I like that it's white. :)

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  7. I love your little pumpkin!! Just too cute. xx

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  8. i love the colors you used. like confetti!
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  9. I love the yarn you used, too. And the little pumpkin is cute. I saw some flat ones online that you could string up for a banner. I haven't crocheted in awhile. Hope I still remember how! lol Hugs!

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  10. Good way to use up those last bits of yarn. How are you dear friend? I've missed you! I've been super busy. I keep meaning to update my blog but time always ges away from me. I will one of these days. :)

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  11. So pretty. I just love the bold colors! I have to go peek at the pumpkin post and pin it. I want to make those for sure...as soon as I learn how to crochet! ;)

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  12. A great idea to finish off your yarn, it's lovely, I love the cute little pumpkin too. Have a great weekend. :)

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  13. You must be the most stylish woman in Brooklyn Julie! These are lovely, and I especially love the cute little pumpkins! They must have been fun to make!

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  14. what an adorable set...so wish i could crochet like this.
    xo

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  15. Such a fun yarn you used! Your pieces are just adorable. And...I remember those sweet little pumpkins! Hope you're enjoying fall. Have a blessed weekend.

    Hugs, Vicky

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  16. Great yarn choice! Love the headband and the little pumpkin :) Thanks for sharing the patterns!

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  17. Lovely! I'm looking forward to having time to crochet this winter. Thank you for sharing your patterns with all of us!
    xo,
    Lin

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  18. I really love the colors of the headband, nice job. I'm loving the little pumpkin, so cute. My grandma tried to teach me to crochet, but I failed. Maybe I was a little to young or really uninterested at the time. Thanks for linking up this week for Scraptastic Saturdays. I'm sharing this on Scraptastic FB page, Twitter feed and Pinterest Board. Thanks for linking up!

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  19. Beautiful crochet projects with nice colors! Thanks for sharing at CAL link party :)
    http://www.mazkwok.com/2014/10/crafting-along-63.html

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