Who doesn’t love a scrunchie? Now you can crochet your own!
You can access the free hair scrunchie pattern on my Thank Scrunchie it’s Friday blog post which has a written pattern and a photo tutorial.
You can buy an ad-free printable pdf of this pattern on Ravelry.
This is a really fun quick crochet pattern. It’s a pretty easy make so is ideal for beginners and because it doesn’t use up much yarn it’s a fantastic stash busting crochet project.
The project is worked in half double crochet stitches (US terms) so assumes knowledge of that.
It also uses the foundation single crochet stitch – an explanation of this stitch is given or you can view my left handed or right handed tutorials. There is also a modification using chains an single crochet for beginners!
All you need is an elastic hair tie and some leftover yarn and you’re away!
This pattern is also has a youtube tutorial which you can watch below for free!
I hope you enjoy this pattern, and as always, don’t forget to tag me in your finished makes! Nothing makes me happier than seeing my designs brought to life by others. I love the colour choices and personal touches you add to the patterns!
On Instagram, you can use the hashtag #HookMeHappy or just tag @doradexplored. You can tweet me your pictures, or add your them to my Facebook page. And if socials aren’t your thing, feel free to email me your efforts. It really does make my day! I’m also a huge fan of Pinterest so if you like my patterns I’d love it if you pin them, or visit my Pinterest page which showcases some wonderful inspirational crochet patterns – the talent out there blows my mind!
Just before I go, I wanted to add that if you’re a fan of matching, you can make scrunchies to match the rest of your crochet items – this is a fantastic way to use up left over yarn. Recently I was going to an 80s party and had made some neon fingerless gloves which were a super simple adaptation of my Mighty Mitts pattern, and I decided to make a scrunchie to match. I had so many comments on both that I had to share them and the fantastic Photo Booth pictures with some of my oldest friends in the world! If you have great eye sight you can see me modelling them!
Until next time.
(C) DoraDoes 2018. You may sell what you make from my patterns, but please credit me as the designer. The pattern is for personal use only and may not be shared. My photos may be shared with credit.