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Who doesn’t love scrunchies? I loved them as a little girl growing up in the 90’s and I am thrilled they’ve come back in fashion! They make a great gift for young girls, daughters, nieces, and even as a gift for yourself!
Best of all, they are so quick and easy to crochet. You can easily make a few while binge-watching your favorite show. I mean, it is Game of Thrones season after all!
This pattern is specifically for velvet yarn, but feel free to play around with other kinds of yarns! Velvet is my favorite for scrunchies so far – it is just so soft!
I would love to see your final products after trying this pattern! Feel free to share with me on Facebook and/or Instagram!
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- Crochet hook size K 10.5 (6.50 mm)
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- Velvet yarn
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- Simple hair tie (do not use a plain rubber band – it will hurt your hair!)
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- Sl st = Slip stitch
- SC = Single crochet
- TR = Triple crochet
*US crochet terminology is used
Step 1: Sl st yarn around hair tie. SC 26 times around the hair tie until the hair tie is covered (do not pull elastic to check). Don’t force stitches if they don’t fit. Add more stitches if the hair tie is showing. Sl st to first stitch.
Step 2: Ch 3, Tr 3 times in first st from hook, Tr 3 times in all stitches around. Sl st to first chain in row.
Step 3: Weave in ends
Step 4: Show off your new scrunchie!
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Special Shout Out To:
Maria A (IG: @miaomade), Silya S (IG: @Silyas_sassy_stitches84), Kathy D (IG: @Kathywithaakcraft), and Jessica W (IG: @coycrochet) for testing this pattern! Double shout out to Jessica W and Maria A for taking the fantastic photographs on this page.