SHOELACE Scrunchies Free Crochet Pattern
Table of Contents:
- Required Skills
- PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS
- Crochet Pattern
- Assembly (with work-in-progress photos)
Living in a tropical country makes it a requirement for a woman to have a scrunchies. And the SHOELACE scrunchies is perfect inn keeping hair up in hot weather.
This crochet project is simple enough that a beginner can handle it. The scrunchies is made with a filet mesh, then the elastic is enclosed in the mesh. The mesh is then closed by tying the string like a shoelace.
The construction of the SHOELACE scrunchies makes it possible to change the elastic inside once loose.
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My Free Scrunchies Pattern
- ch, tr, sc
- working in rows
- size 8 crochet cotton
- 1.65-mm crochet hook
- hair elastic
- 1 m string
- ch - chain
- sc - single crochet
- sk - skip
- tr - treble crochet
- y o - yarn over
Special Stitch: tr*
How to tr*
Y o, insert hook, y o, draw a loop through, (y o, draw through 2 loops) 2x, insert hook in adjacent foundation ch, y o, draw through all loops on hook
Foundation Chain: Ch 33 or a multiple of 5 + 3.
Row 1: 32 sc beginning with the 2nd ch from hook, ch 4, turn.
Row 2: Sk 1 sc, tr in next sc, (sk 3 sc, ch 3, 2 tr) 5x, ch 1, turn.
Row 3: 32 sc, ch 4, turn.
Repeat Row 2-3 until 15 inches long.
The last row will join the crocheted rectangle into a ring.
Last Row: sl st to adjacent foundation chain, sk 1 sc, tr*, (sl st 3 foundation chains, 2 tr*) 5x.
Break off and weave in ends.
- Insert the crochet mesh inside the elastic.
- Tie the string like a shoelace to enclose the elastic in the crochet mesh.
- Enjoy and use your new scrunchies!
Don't be limited to the crochet mesh I showed in this pattern. ANY CROCHET MESH will work great with this pattern.
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