Spring is in the air! A round up of spring hair accessories seemed in order. I have found 11 fun ways to keep your hair from falling into your picnic! Also, be sure to check out my Round Up Round Up Pinterest board where I have pinned quite a few round ups that have been shared around Blogland this week!
1) Dotted Headband ~ by Jessie At Home ~ Here is a pretty little way to keep your hair back as the warm weather approaches. So many color options!! Have fun with it.
2) Catherine Crochet Headband ~ by Moogly ~ a very quick project, made with a small amount of yarn – which means you can make one to match every outfit!
3) Thread headband ~ by My Hobby Is Crochet ~ Pretty hair accessory for ladies and girls.
4) Queen Anne’s Lace Headband ~ by Cre8tion Crochet ~ A pretty beaded headband with a hairband attached at the bottom for some stretch.
5) Simple Daisy Crochet Pattern ~ by Daisy Cottage Design ~ This little daisy crochet pattern is very simple – they might take three minutes to whip up. This little flower is a great beginner crochet pattern, too!
6) Crochet Hair Elastic Flower ~ by Dearest Debi
7) Simple Hair Tie Back with Button ~ by Jessie At Home ~ This simple hair tie back works up quickly using chain sts, puff sts, and a few single crochets.
8) Crochet Cable Headband Easy fit ~ by My Hobby Is Crochet ~ This a very stretchy headband, due to the front and back post double crochet stitches and also to the elastic band at the back of the headband.
9) Net Yarn Hair Puff ~ by Jessie At Home ~ Have you made something other then a scarf out of the ever~popular net yarn and have some left over with no clue what to do with it? You can use it to make a fun, fluffy, puffy, bouncy hair band!
10) Ruffelina Carnation Crochet Pattern ~ by Posh Pooch Designs ~ Ruffelina Carnation is made from
Ruffelina Yarn and Worsted weight Yarn. And it takes very little of both yarns for a fun and pretty flower.
11) All Too Perfect Crocheted Bun Cover ~ By Moogly ~ This bun cover was originally designed for those with small buns to cover, but if you’ve got a lot of hair it’s easy to upsize – just bump up the yarn and hook size!
And here are a few highlights of some of the Round Ups shared over on the Round Up Round Up Pinterest board.
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