• [Free Patterns] 6 Awesome Crochet Flower Hair Accessories

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    Here are some cute flower hair clips that you can crochet for your baby girl or maybe as a gift for another little one you love. These accessories are great for parties, sleeps over, weddings or any other occasion. They are really cute and, to be honest, these are the kind of things a girl never has enough! They all come with free patterns and they all are really quick and easy projects.

    Click on the names of the patterns you like to go to their pattern pages!

    1. Simple Flower Hairclips by Ana BC at lanasdeana.blogspot.com.au

    [Free Patterns] 6 Awesome Crochet Flower Hair Accessories
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    2. Pink Flower Hair Clips by Connie Lee at crochetcetera.wordpress.com

    [Free Patterns] 6 Awesome Crochet Flower Hair Accessories
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    3.  Blossoming Hair Slides by Helena Schaeder Söderberg at craftandcreativity.com

    [Free Patterns] 6 Awesome Crochet Flower Hair Accessories
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    4. Crochet Flower Hair Clips from Stacy at crochetstitchesbystacy.blogspot.com.au

    [Free Patterns] 6 Awesome Crochet Flower Hair Accessories
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    5. Crochet Hair Clips by Ellen Price at ellenscreativepassage.blogspot.com

    [Free Patterns] 6 Awesome Crochet Flower Hair Accessories
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    6. Crochet Flower Hair Clips at earning-my-cape.blogspot.com

    [Free Patterns] 6 Awesome Crochet Flower Hair Accessories
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    Got inspired? Happy day crocheting!

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    12 Comments to [Free Patterns] 6 Awesome Crochet Flower Hair Accessories

      • dailycrochet

        Ronda, the pattern is always linked to the name of the pattern ( First letter capital, followed by the name of the designer + only one line under). Hope this helps!:-)

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