Check out this quick and easy crochet scrunchie pattern! I designed velvet ballet slippers before Christmas and made a few pairs in Mary Maxim’s Baby Plush. From 1 ball I was able to make a pair of slippers with some left over.
I have a hard time letting any left over yarn go to waste so decided a scrunchie would use up the leftover yarn perfectly! For $3.99 Cdn per ball you can’t go wrong! Slippers and a scrunchie make the perfect gift for any age!
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100% Polyester (3.5oz/100g/109yds/100m)
20g needed per scrunchie. 1 ball makes 4-5 scrunchies.
Crochet Hook Requirements:
US J/10 (6mm) or size needed to obtain gauge
– Yarn Needle
– Elastic Hair Band (Goodie Brand used in pattern)
6 sts and 5 rows equal to 2″ with 6mm crochet hook in hdc
Ch – Chain
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Rep – Repeat
Sl St – Slip Stitch
St(s) – Stitch(es)
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Notes: Scrunchie is worked around elastic hair band as you go. Starting ch doesn’t count as a stitch. If a wider scrunch is desired increase starting chain.
Setup Round: Ch 6, sl st in first ch to form a ring around elastic hair band—6 chs.
Round 1: Ch 2 (not included as st here and throughout), work 1 hdc in each ch around, sl st in first hdc to join—6 sts.
Round 2: Ch 2, work 1 hdc in each st around, sl st in first hdc to join—6 sts.
Rounds 3-24: Rep Round 2
Notes: Rep Round 2 until entire band is worked around when stretched out to maximum stretch. This may vary for different brands.
Fasten off leaving a tail for seaming. Use a whip stitch or mattress stitch to seam starting chain to last row of work. Weave in end.
(Plum scrunchie is shown in Bernat Velvet)
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