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Hair Scrunchie Crochet Pattern

Updated: Jun 24

Super cute and ruffley hair scrunchie.

These scrunchie's are so easy to make and are a great project for a beginner crocheter. They can be made as large or small as you want and in any colour. Every time I wear my scrunchies I always get compliment's on them.


Link to video tutorial can be found after the pattern.


-MATERIALS-

·       DK yarn in various colours

·       4.5mm crochet hook

·       4mm hair ties

·       Embroidery needle and scissors

-ABBREVIATIONS-

·        Magic Loop (I chain two and crochet into first loop to create ring)

·        CH – Chain

·        ST – Stitch

·        SL ST – Slip stitch

·        SK ST – Skip stitch

·        SC – Single crochet

·        HDC – Half double crochet

·        DC – Double crochet

·        SC2TOG – Single crochet two together

·        JOIN and FO – SL ST into next ST, chain one, cut yarn

·        FO- Fasten off

·        T – Turn


-PATTERN NOTES-

·        Pattern written using US terminology.

·        CH2 counts as HDC.


-METHOD-

 

Scrunchie – make in colour of choice.

1.      SC around the bobble as many times as you can, for a 4mm hair tie I made 50SC around, SL ST to join.

2.      CH2, 2HDC into the same stitch, 3HDC into every ST around, SL ST to join.

3.      CH2, HDC into the same stitch, 2HDC into every ST around, SL ST to join.

4.      CH2, HDC around, SL ST to join.

5.      CH2, HDC2, 2HDC into the next ST, HDC3, 2HDC into the next ST repeat around, SL ST to join – you might need to end the round mid pattern repeat if there are not enough stitches.

6.      CH2, HDC3, 2HDC into the next ST, HDC4, 2HDC into the next ST repeat around, SL ST to join – you might need to end the round mid pattern repeat if there are not enough stitches.

You may join and FO here if you are happy with the size of the scrunchie. For a larger scrunchie continue to row 7.

7.      CH2, HDC4, 2HDC into the next ST, HDC5, 2HDC into the next ST repeat around, SL ST to join – you might need to end the round mid pattern repeat if there are not enough stitches.

Join and FO.


-VIDEO TUTORIAL-



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