Hello once again my internet family! I thought I would bring you a rather easy pattern today. I reckon it’s that easy you can do it with your eyes shut! No kidding! It’s a cute crochet hair bow that can be whipped up in a matter of minutes.
I’m so in love with how these little cuties turned out. The color choices are endless. Choose colors according to the season, your mood, or as a matching accessory to an outfit.
Anyhoo, the bows I made were on the bigger side. I made a chain of 30 using a 5mm crochet hook and weight 4 yarn.
I then made a slip stitch into the very first chain I made creating a loop.
Ch 2 and dc into the next stitch. Dc to the end of the round. DO NOT JOIN WITH A SLIP STITCH AT THE END OF THE ROUND. YOU WILL BE WORKING IN CONTINUOUS ROUNDS.
Make a dc into the next stitch and continue all the way around in dc.
Keep going in this pattern until you have a total of 5-6 rounds. To make the bow wider just add more rounds.
At the end of your last round make a slip stitch into the next stitch. Fasten off and weave in all your ends. Then put to one side while you make a start on the middle part of the bow.
Ch 5. Dc into the 3rd ch from the hook. Dc across tho end of row. You should now have 3 stitches.
Ch 2, dc to end.
Repeat last row until you have a total of 6-7 rows.
Fasten off and weave in all ends.
Grab the main bow part that you made earlier and cinch it in with your fingers towards the middle. I like to make a small stitch here with a yarn needle and some yarn to keep it in place. Wrap the middle part of the bow with the cincher and sew closed.
Now all you have to do is glue any kind of clip to the back of the bow. I like to use alligator clips for my hair bows.
Solid color bows, striped bows….the choices are endless. Why not try making mini bows. All you have to do is chain less at the beginning. The same goes for a larger bow…just add more chains!
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