This headband is inspired by my baby girl due this March, along with the Cliffrose Shrub planted outside my front door. Last Fall, my heart did the happiest of dances, because my husband and I found out our baby was a girl! Since then, I can’t stop thinking about all the things to make her. Namely, headbands!
Here it is modeled by the lovely, Cora. Thanks again, Katie, for allowing Cora to model for me! She’s lovely in this color, too.
Wondering why I picked out the Cliffrose Shrub?
The Cliffrose Shrub, like many desert plants, looks a little sparse, a little scraggly, but makes delicate white blooms. The flowers adorn the shrub with incredible beauty, and the berries resemble little red jewels. Both of these attributes inspire me to seek adventure, notice the details of life, and add a touch of beauty to the every day norm.
My hope is to inspire you as well. Inspire you to create a headband for your daughter, niece, a friend’s new baby, or yourself with that adventurous spirit in mind!
A little about the design…
The Star and Berry Stitches make up the focal points of this headband. The Stars resemble the delicate flowers, and the Berries resemble the small berry clusters on the shrub. This is the perfect pattern if you’re a beginner looking for new stitches to try!