- Uses both metric and imperial system
- Beginner pattern
- Illustrated step-by-step easy photo tutorial
I love scrunchies, they add a bit of fun and color to my hair and dress up a messy bun like nothing else. But I’m not a fan of velvet and honestly, it’s way too hot in the summer to wear velvet anything. So I’ve made those cute summer hair scrunchie crochet patterns with some texture.
The pattern includes 3 versions with 3 different yarn weights: Raspberry (DK weight), Blueberry (fingering weight) and Mulberry (worsted weight). Perfect to use up any leftover yarn!
/PATTERN DETAILS • Fun, textured summer scrunchie patterns • Includes 3 designs with 3 yarn weights • Perfect scrap yarn project • Beginner-friendly • Worked in the round • Special stitches: puff and bead st, full explanations are given in the pattern. • US crochet notations • Illustrated step-by-step photos
/MATERIALS Raspberry Scrunchie: • 4 mm / US G - 6 crochet hook. • DK weight (3) yarn. I used about 34g. • Tapestry needle to weave in ends • An elastic hairband Blueberry Scrunchie: • 3.5 mm / US D - 3 crochet hook. • Fingering weight (1) yarn. I used about 14g. • Tapestry needle to weave in ends • An elastic hairband Mulberry Scrunchie: • 5 mm / US H - 8 crochet hook. • Worsted weight (4) yarn. I used about 27g. • Tapestry needle to weave in ends • An elastic hairband