Imagine a baby where the bear is.
A few months ago I rented a book from my local library called Oh Baby, Crochet!, and there were lots of cute patterns in there. I rented this book so I could stockpile some baby blankets for when my friends started having babies. Turns out the day this book came in was the day I found out my brother and his wife were expecting a baby, followed by a cousin just a few weeks later! I immediately flagged one of that patterns titled “Merry Go ‘Round the Block” since it had a neat 3 dimensional look, (using mostly a dc and a modified dc stitch), and made one for my brother. It was such a quick and simple pattern I decided to also make one for our cousin, since I knew it looked like a nice quality blanket.
It's great when a cute pattern is easy!
I had some leftover yarn from that blanket and knew I wanted to make a little matching headband with a nice big flower on it. I was keeping my eye open on pinterest for things that might pop out as a cute flower pattern, and finally I found a real cute pattern, only thing it was in Russian. Luckily the Google Translate button translated most of the words and there were picture diagrams to make sure I was making the correct stitches. After I made this flower I decided to just crochet a single crochet band with about 4 rows to attach the flower to, and added a jeweled button to the center of the flower to give it more baby pizzazz!
Isn't this just pizzazz-y?
At the end of this month I'll be posting another blog about the stuff I made for the other future baby, as I'm waiting to have their shower.