You can also cut a bandana in half diagonally, hem it and wear it like a veil.
Crochet Bun Covering
For women who cover their hair for reasons such as: 1Cor. 11:1-16, or just to keep your hair out of the way while working.
I use cotton yarn and H hook.
Rnd1: Ch4. slip st to join and make ring. Ch2. 12DC in ring. join. Rnd2: CH2. 1dc in first st, 2dc in nxt. [1DC in nxt, 2DC in nxt]. repeat from [ to ]. Rnd3-5: Ch2. 2DC in first 1DC in nxt. [2Dc in nxt, 1DC in nxt] repeat. around. join. Rnd 6: CH2. 1DC in first , 2DC in nxt. [1DC in nxt, 2DC in nxt] repeat around. join. Cut a 12inch long piece of elastic 1/8" wide and weave it through the last row. Tie elastic and hide ends. Stretch over bun and secure with bobby pins if you did not use a hairnet over bun first.
You can make the covering any size just measure the distance over your bun (mine is 7 1/4" because I make a flat bun). Then make a flat circle about about 1" in diameter bigger than what you measured. My flat circle was about 8 1/4" in diameter. Weave in elastic a little shorter than the distance around your bun, because it stretches. Use a safety pin to keep the one end from slipping while your weaving the other end. Then tie it and hide the ends.
This covering can also be used as a hairnet under a veil or Kapp/bonnet.
Ch chain--St stitch--Hk hook--SC single crochet--DC double crochet--HDC half double crochet --TR treble or triple crochet --SK skip next space or stitch--FP crochet around front of post--BP crochet around back of post--FL only crochet in front loops--BL only crochet in back loops--Sp space--YO yarn over needle--Rep repeat--Rnd round--R row--SH shell stitch (however many SC or DC indicated in one space)--CL cluster (however many stitches indicated in same space but last loop of each stich is left on needle until all st are made then YO pull through all loops) --dec decrease (crochet two or more st together)--inc increase (crochet more than one stitch per space)ex. 3DC shell--Sl st slip stitch--To Join slip stitch first and last stitch together to end off
You can turn cross-stitch patterns into crochet designs if you follow the graph diagram using single crochet stitches instead of cross-stitching over something. You can also follow knit diagrams the same way. Be sure to count the stitches properly. When changing colors work over unused strand until you need it again and then drop 2nd color and work over unused color. Sometimes you will not need the 1st color again in the current row, if so you can just drop the color and pick it back up on the next row where you need it.
Single crochet in every space but change color in sc spaces
Materials: G hook and medium weight yarn (simply soft Baby brights ombre)
Ch 1 SC in same sp Sk1 st 3DC in next SC SK1 *SC 3DC SC SK1* REPEAT BETWEEN** FOR PATTERN. slip st to first SC to close. Cut & weave in end.
(3 1/4 in. slipper) size F hook using 85%acrylic/15%rayon baby sport yarn in Playtime print
Rnd 1: Ch 18 DC in 3rd ch from hook and each ch across and other side of chain join. (30)
Rnd 2: ch 2 DC in same sp. DC in each st around join.
Rnd 3-4: ch 2 Dc in each st join. cut & weave in end. Working through both sides of slipper, Slip st 12 st of toe area together. cut weave in ends. Turn slipper right side out.
Row 1: Join yarn at back of toe area.ch 2 DC in same sp DC in each st to beginning. DO NOT join.
Row 2: ch 2 DC in same sp. DC in each st. cut & weave in end. Crochet a chain for laces or use ribbon.
Repeat for 2nd slipper
In this pattern I used acrylic/rayon yarn which made th stitches a little smaller than if I had used acrylic only yarn. You can use any baby yarn. It will just be slightly smaller or larger than 3 1/4 in.
Winter Baby Gown (my1st place ribbon winner)
Size H needle & Simply Soft Yarn
Special st: 3DC shell
**=repeat for pattern
Row 1: Chain 46. DC in third ch from hook. DC in next 5st. 3DC in next st. DC in next 8st. 3DC in nxt. DC in nxt 12st. 3DC in nxt. DC in nxt 8st. 3DC in nxt st. DC in last seven st.
Row 2: Ch2. 2DC in same space as ch. 1DC in each st to middle of shell. 3dc in middle of shell. *1DC in each st to nxt shell. 3DC in middle of shell.* rep to end of row.
Row 3: Ch2 1DC in same space as ch. 1DC in each st to middle of shell. 3dc in middle of shell. *1DC in each st to nxt shell. 3DC in middle of shell.* rep to end of row. 2DC in last st.
Row 4: Ch2. 2DC in same space as ch. 1DC in each st to middle of shell. 3dc in middle of shell. *1DC in each st to nxt shell. 3DC in middle of shell.* rep to end of row.
Row 5: Ch2 DC in same sp as ch. Dc in nxt 9st. Ch3 skip stitches before shell. DC in middle of shell. DC in nxt 20 st. Ch3 DC in middle of nxt shell. DC in next 13st. 2DC in last st. Slip st to beginning of row.
Rnd 1: Ch2 1DC in each st including the chain 3under the arms. Join to beginng of round with a slip st.
Rnd 2: Ch2 1DC in each of nxt 6st. 2DC in each of nxt 5st. 1DC in nxt 18st. 2DC in each of nxt 5st. 1DC to end of rnd.join.
Rnd 3-22: Ch2 1DC in each st around. join.
After last rnd join and cut yarn and weave in the end on the inside of garmet. Crochet a long chain and weave it through the last row as a drawstring if you want to (I did).
Optional Edge: Join yarn in any st and make one round of shell edging on the bottom of gown. cut & weave in end.
Sew or tie button to first st on first row of yoke. The button hole is the space between the first two stitches on the other end of the row.
These patterns are designed by me (Amanda Roman) and are for use to crochet for any reason; including selling or donating the finished product as long as you do not sell the patterns or call them your own. Enjoy!
J hook & red heart classic yarn ( or any yarn you want)
Row1: ch11. sc in 2nd ch from hook. sc in each across turn. (10sc)
Row2-30: ch1. sc in each across turn.
with a yarn needle waeve a piece of yarn along edge of lenght side of rectangle. Pull tight. whipstitch along short side connnecting the 2 short sides together.cut & tie off. Stuff with fiberfill. In end of every row DC decrease (15DC dec). ch2 *1DC in each of nxt 2 st. DC dec in nxt*join.
With green ch1 sc in each around join.
Row2-4: ch2 DC in each join. weave yarn in top and pull tight. tuck in end.
H hook & small amount of scrap yarn
Rnd1: ch6 sc in 2nd ch from hook. sc each all the way around other side of chain.(10sc)
Rnd2: ch1 sc in each around join.
Rnd3: ch1 sc in nxt4. sc decrease in nxt. sc to end join.
Rnd4: ch1 sc in nxt4. sc dec in nxt. sc in nxt3 join
Rnd5: ch1 sc dec. sc in nxt6 join.
Rnd6: ch1 sc in nxt3. sc dec in nxt.
Rnd7: ch1 sc in nxt3. sc dec in nxt.
Rnd8: ch1 sc throgh both sides. slip st. cut & tie off. tuck in end.
H or J hook and red heart classic yarn (or any desired-scraps)
Rnd1: ch2 6sc in ring join.
Rnd2: ch1 2sc in each around join.
Rnd3: ch1 *1sc 2sc* around join.
ch2. 3DC in nxt st. sc in side of DC cut & tie off. tuck in end.
row1: ch5 sc in 2nd ch from hook. sc in nxt3 slip st to body (make8). tuck in ends. add google eyes to head.