Crocheted Scrunchies (free pattern)

 

Stash Buster 11

  My daughters (11 and 13) had vacation a couple of weeks ago and before the pandemic started, my idea was to go to Finland this vacation for my dream holiday: a sledge dog tour. I'm not really into dogs, to be honest, but there's something about huskies (huskies more than malamutes, because of the shorter hair) that I really like. Maybe it's their ever smiling face or their enthusiasm, but I realize these are features lots of dog breeds have. Maybe it's because they so much look like wolves, which are my favorite animals. I'm not that spiritual, but when someone says 'totem animal', I think wolf.

Anyway, due to known circumstances there was no sledge dog tour this year, but I wanted my daughters to have a nice vacation anyway, within the limits of pandemic measures. In our country that means, among some other things, no more than one visitor in your house at a time. So my oldest asked her friend to stay over for a couple of nights, while my youngest stayed at her friends house for some nights.

My oldest asked me to make some scrunchies for her friend and because I had nothing else to do (that's a joke, of course) I did. I made these scrunchies before; it's a great way to use up some yarn remainders.









 
How I made them:

Round 1
40 sc around a regular hair elastic, close with a slip stitch in the first sc (40)

Round 2
chain 2 (counts as the first dc), 2 dc in the same stitch, 3 dc in every sc of the previous round, close with a slip stitch in the chain stitch (120)

Round 3
chain 2 (counts as the first dc), 1 dc in the same stitch, 2 dc in every dc of the previous round,close with a slip stitch in the chain stitch (240)

Round 4:
 chain 2 (counts as the first dc), 1 dc in every dc of the previous round, close with a slip stitch in the chain stitch (240)

That's it!

Comments

  1. I would make these if my hair was long enough. Though I could make these for my granddaughter.

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  2. Scrunchies are beautiful. A project that gives instant satisfaction. I

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  3. Great project. I hope you get your dream vacation soon. #HomeMattersParty

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  4. I learned to crochet watching my grandmother. I can't follow a pattern but I could sit next to someone or watch a video haha. These are too cute. Ever since our first niece came along, our inner girly girls have come out. :D

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  5. I hope you are able to get your holiday with the Huskies soon, Liz. Huskies are such amazing dogs. What pretty scrunchies you made for your daughters and friends. I love the colours! Thank you for sharing and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party Community. Hope your week is going well!

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  6. Wow, this is a great way to use up yarn and make a sweet gift.

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  7. Thank you for sharing on the Classy Flamingos blog party. Hair scrunchies and hair scarves are pretty popular right now.

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  8. Hi Liz! I love your crocheted scrunchies. Thank you for sharing the free pattern and your finished project with us. You are being featured at our Wednesday Party #396 this week. Here’s the direct link to the post in case you’d like to share your feature:
    https://oombawkadesigncrochet.com/2021/04/jilly-jellyfish-scrunchies-pattern-geisha-doll.html


    Hope to see you again next week! Rhondda

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  9. What a great use for your oddments of wool. Thanks for joining in Ginx Woolly Linx Party for April.

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