I suppose everything old is new again, and hair scrunchies are no exception! I remember having these babies in so many colors!!! I was pretty surprised when someone asked me to make a few for her daughter, but I was also happy to bring back piece of my childhood through yarn!
These are really simple, and are a great way to use up leftover yarn scraps. They make great stocking stuffers and wonderful impulse items at craft fairs. Slap a label on them, and you have a professional looking item! Sorry, I can't give you the file for my labels because these are mine, but you can make your own by purchasing and downloading the file here: Printable Scrunchie Tags.
Now.... on to the easy hair scrunchie crochet pattern.
a hair elastic
yarn (I'm using Bernat Velvet)
How to Make It:
Working into the hair elastic, make single crochets all the way around, being careful to not stretch it. Slip stitch into the first stitch and chain 2. Make a half double crochet into the same stitch. Make 2 half double crochets into each stitch around, join to the top of the first chain 2, and finish off. Work away your ends. Done!
Need a video tutorial? Here it is!
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