Easy Crochet Scrunchie
I really enjoy crocheting, and generally prefer small projects that I actually have a chance of finishing. I have been making some hair scrunchies for my daughter, and have had lots of fun using all different colors. I found my pattern here (printable PDF file), and it’s nice because it only takes about 20 minutes to make one.
First you need some fabric covered elastic bands. The author of this pattern said that the ones without the joining metal clasp seem to last longer without breaking.
Then you start joining the yarn to the rubber band using the single crochet stitch (ehow has detailed instructions, if you need them, on how to do this first row), and when you are done, slip stitch to the first stitch.
For the second row, chain 6 and single crochet in the next single crochet and repeat this all the way around. Then join together back at the beginning, fasten off and weave in ends.
Here’s how they look in my daughter’s hair…
and doubled up…
Aren’t they cute!?
These are so easy, fast and fun, hope you’ll try!
This is such a good idea, I would love it if you would link up at my new linky party 🙂
Those are really cute. I should make some for my grand daughters–thanks for sharing!
These are just too cute, wish my daughter was a bit younger.
What a great idea! So much fun!
I love this idea. Thank you for the pattern. I’m going to make some for my granddaughters.
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These scrunchies are so pretty and cute! You are one talented lady! 🙂
Cute enough to get me to start a Crochet Board at Pinterest!! Love them and MUST learn how to crochet!!
oh so pretty!
Love these! What size hook did you use?
I believe size H. 🙂
Your simple instruction and photos are superb!!! Thank you!!!