Free Crochet Hair Scrunchie Patterns
Scrunchies are great projects, because you can use scrap yarn if you've got it and crochet them so quickly. On this page you'll find many free crochet scrunchie patterns.
Crochet lots of them, because they are so quick and easy. If you're teaching someone to crochet, these are good beginner projects.
Keep extras on hand to include with gifts or to just surprise someone. They are so quick and easy to make, you'll be able to crochet several of them.
Just click on the blue titles below to go straight to the patterns.
Bead Soup Scrunchie - The pattern is offered for free from The Beadweaving and Crochet Blog. This cute pattern uses size 10 thread and your choice of colors and small beads. Add a twist by using beads in your crochet.
Beaded Scrunchie - The link will take you to the My Crochet Patterns blog. This isn't my blog, but the name of the site. Crochet cotton and a size 6 steel crochet hook are needed.
Ben Franklin's Scrunchie - This free pattern is from the store's site. You'll need fun yarn to crochet the scrunchie. The fun yarn gives it an entirely different affect.
Bow on a Rubberband - All you need to crochet this pretty hair accessory is a little bit of worsted weight yarn, a rubber band and a tapestry needle. The pretty pattern is offered by Meladora's Creations.
Daphne's Scrunchies - Here you'll find an entire collection of scrunchie patterns. This is another archived page.
Easy Scrunchie - Another nice one is offered by Bella Online. The instructions here give you choices for what you use. Beads, mohair yarn and other items can be added.
Flower Hair Tie - Crochet Spot designed these just for little girls. They'll love the little flower on the scrunchie. Medium weight yarn and a size F hook are needed. These are created around rubber bands.
Flower Petal Scrunchie - This pretty pattern has step-by-step photos to guide you through the project. Worsted weight yarn is used. The pattern is offered by Meladora's Creations.
Kennebeck Scrunchie - This cute scrunchie is from JP Fun Crochet Club. You'll need Aunt Lydia's Denim Quick Crochet Thread to complete the project. The pattern is worked in just 2 rounds. She suggest using two different colors for a different effect.
Large Hair Scrunchie - The free pattern is offered by Christina's Crochet Haven. This project is good to use up scraps, because she gives you the option to use any yarn you'd like. Heavier yarn will just make it have more ruffles.
How to Crochet a Scrunchie from http://www.LearnCrochetNow.com
Lots of Scrunchie Patterns - On this page at About.com you'll find a free pattern and links to quite a few other scrunchie patterns at their site.
Love Knot Scrunchie - This is another easy scrunchie offered by Crochet N More. She used Lion Brand Chenille Sensations yarn.
Mya's - This one is from All Free Crafts. Instead of use the purchased ponytail holder, you'll need a rubber band that is wrapped with fabric. It lets you use your choice of yarn.
Pompodour Scrunchie - This free pattern from Deb's Crafts uses pompodour sports weight yarn. You'll just need small amounts. Hook size isn't mentioned.
Sc Srunchie by expertvillage
Spiral Crochet Scrunchie - This pattern is a little different, because spirals hang down with your ponytail. She also used two different colors of yarn creating a pretty effect. You'll need 2 ponytail elastics, instead of just one.
Tulip Hair Scrunchie - This pattern gives you the option to use any yarn that you have on hand. She used variegated yarn for a pretty look. The hook size should match the type of yarn that you use.
How to Crochet a Double Crochet Scrunchie
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