How To Crochet A Scrunchie Hair Tie

How To Crochet A Scrunchie Hair Tie

This crochet pattern shows you how to make a crochet scrunchie, perfect for gifts and gift baskets.

What you need

Yarn – any colour of your choice
Crochet hook – 5 mm hook
Yarn needle or tapestry needle
Hair elastic



Crochet is a versatile and enjoyable hobby that can be used to create a wide range of beautiful and useful items. One of the most popular and practical crochet projects is the crochet scrunchie. This crochet pattern shows you how to make your own crochet scrunchies, which are perfect for gifting or adding to gift baskets.

Scrunchies are a stylish and practical accessory that can be used to tie up your hair in a variety of ways, and they are perfect for all hair types. Crochet scrunchies are even better because they are handmade and can be customized with different colors and patterns to suit your personal style.

This crochet pattern is easy to follow and suitable for crocheters of all skill levels. It includes detailed instructions and a list of materials needed to make the scrunchie. This crochet pattern is free and available on our website.

Scrunchies are not only practical but also make a great gift for friends and family. They are perfect for adding to gift baskets, party favors, or just as a special little something for a loved one. So, gather your materials and get ready to create your own crochet scrunchies. It’s a fun and easy project that you can enjoy and share with others.

Round 1
Start with a slip knot and then stitch 8 chains.
Take the chain and insert the hair elastic through the chain. Form a loop using the chain by joining
it with the first stitch.
Round 2
Chain 2 and then work half double crochet into each chain of the first row.
Round 3
Find your first half double crochet and work a slip stitch to the top of it. Chain 2 again and repeat
round 2.
Round 4
After working each round, make sure to find the first half double crochet of the current row and
work a slip stitch into it. And then repeat round 2 until the whole hair elastic is covered.
The rest of the Rounds
As we started our crochet with 8 chain stitches, you will have to keep in mind to keep that number
constant for each round; which means that you have to work 8 half double crochet in each round.
Finishing Round
Once you are satisfied with the length of the pattern and also, the elastic is covered you can stop
crocheting. Keep about 10 inches of yarn attached and cut off the rest. Thread a needle to the yarn
through its open end and work mattress stitch to join both ends of the crochet pattern.

Weave over and under for an extra secure stitching. Work a slip knot and then cut off extra yarn.


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