This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to how to crochet a Bun cover great for holding your hair with style. All you need is a bit of scrap yarn and a rubber band.
You can find more afghan patterns under the category Hair Accessories
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For this Crocheted Hair Bun Cover project you will need:
HOOK: 3.5 mm hook or size E hook for the US
YARN: 1 skein of worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU
100 grams / 3.5. oz
240 meters / 262 yards
tapestry needle to hide you ends.
Also a rubber band preferably without the metal piece on it.
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
sl st = slip stitch
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Ch 4 and sl st into the beginning ch.
ch 1 and sc 12 into ring. Sl st into beginning st
*ch 5 and sl st into next st,* repeat at end you should have 11 little petals, sl st into last stitch. Ch 1 and cut yarn.
sc your new color onto a ch 5 petal space and ch 5, *sc into the next ch 5 petal* and repeat all the way around
Rounds 4 – 8
continue in one round, so just sc onto next ch 5 space and ch 5 again, *sc onto next ch 5 space* and repeat until you have 5 rounds done.
sc dec in each stitch around
now working through your stitches and into the rubber band, sc around the rubber band attaching it to your project. Ch 1 cut your yarn leaving enough tail to be worked into the project with a tapestry needle.
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By: Meladora's Creations
Posted: February 12th, 2014