A free scrunchie crochet pattern for you! Quick, fun & easy, these hair band covers are a great way to use up & showcase your precious scraps of hand-dyed yarn. Once you’ve made one, you might not be able to stop!
These were made for two special girls, from left-over yarn I had from making them some mittens each. The yarn is “Little Bird Sock” from Lottie Knits in the colourway “Let’s Get This Party Started”. I love Lottie’s yarns – the colours are beautiful and in this case, very cheerful!
Written in US crochet terminology & includes photos & stitch chart
Materials & Tools
- 4ply Yarn, 4g / 15m / 16yds for each hairband.
- Hook – 2.5mm / C/2.
- Thick, snag free hairband / hair elastic, approx. 5cm in diameter.
- Needle for sewing in ends.
Other yarn ideas
Don’t have any scrap yarn? Here are some ideas for suitable yarn.
Make to sell
You may make these hairbands to sell, either for charity or personal profit if you are a small scale crafter. All I ask is that you place the following text credit, either in your online listing or on a small piece of paper with the finished item: Design from www.mezzacraft.com
Other standard copyright laws apply.
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