This Free Crochet pattern teaches how to make a scrunchy using the most basic stitches. All you need is scrap yarn and a rubber band.
You can find more things like this under the category Hair Accessories
Other patterns that use this stitch are:
Cotton Pac Scrunchie
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For this project you’ll need:
YARN: Fuzzy Yarn
HOOK: 3.5 mm hook or size E hook US
also a rubber band with a cover on it
sc = Single crochet
sl st = slip stitch
sp = space
st(s) = stitch(es)
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Go in through the center of the rubber band, pull up some yarn, and then grab more yarn to complete you first sc. Tighten up the stitch to the rubber band if you can.
Now continue around, single crocheting and hiding you rubber band. Keep pushing your stitches tighter against one another, but not to tight where you won’t be able to work with them later on.
When you get to the end of the row, sl st and ch 10, sl st into the same st, ch 10, sl st into same st, ch 10 and sl st into the same stitch total of 3 connections in the st, then ch 10 and sl st into next stitch (this counts as first connection) ch 10 and sl st into same stitch, (second connection) ch 10 and sl st into same stitch for your third and final connection into this stitch, now ch 10 and sl st into next st and repeat, making sure you have 3 connections per stitch. Continue all the way around to beginning, where you will sl st to beginning ch 2 and ch1, cut yarn. And enjoy!
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Posted: January 24th, 2014