Velvet Scrunchie with Picot Edge

Velvet Scrunchies seem to be everywhere at the moment. I thought I would jump on the band wagon and do my own little version. These are something that I tend to wear often. They can be useful to keep my long hair out of the way when working out at the gym.

I don’t know about anyone else, but sewing items together is not a huge favourite of mine. These Scrunchies pretty much a no sew item. That is of course if you don’t count sewing in the tails created, but two tails I can cope with.

These are super easy! Super fast to make and super fun!!!

The free pattern is available below in USA terms. For Uk terms and a pdf version (also free), you can visit my ravelry store (click here) or my Love Crochet page (click here) and download it free!!! If you download from ravelry please give my patterns some love and add a few to your favourites!!!

Velvet Scrunchie with Picot Edge.

Materials:

5mm/H hook

Bernat Velvet (click here)

Elastic Hair Tie (available at most pharmacies and many retail stores).

Needle to sew in ends.

Hair Elastic. Bernat Velvet

Notes:

  • This is worked in a continuous spiral.
  • Follow the instructions in Row 1 to prevent twisting of the starting  chain.
  • Numbers in rows indicate corresponding photographs. Example [5]
  • Do not make the starting chain overly tight.  A 6mm/I hook can be used for the starting chains or a foundation row can be substituted, if you find it necessary.
  • Add a stitch marker at the beginning of the row to easily count your rows.
  • Count your stitches each row.
  • Stitch counts appear at the end of each row. Example [20].
  • Gauge and finished measurements are not applicable for this project.

Abbreviations:

Ch- Chain.

Hk- Hook.

Yo- Yarn over.

St- Stitch.

Sc- Single Crochet.

Rs- Right Side.

Slst- Slip Stitch.

Row 1:  [1]Ch10.  Remove hook from Ch and insert Hk through first Ch (furthest from hook) and working Ch. With both loops on Hk, Ch 35. To close the Ch and form a circle Yo and pull through both loops on Hk. [45]

Pictures 1 and 2

Row 2:  [2]Ch1 (does not count as a St).  Sc into same Ch and into each Ch around. Do not close round. Place a St marker to indicate beginning of rounds.  [45]

Row 3:  Continue in a spiral.  Sc into each St. Do not close round. [45]

Row 4:   Sc into each St. Do not close round. [45]

Row 5:  [3] Sc into each St. Do not close round. [45]

Pictures 3, 4, 5, 6

Row 6:  [4] With RS facing, place elastic hair band to the back of the Scrunchie. [5] [6]  Fold the Scrunchie over the elastic. Work 1 Sc through Row 1 and Row 5 inserting hk through both and enclosing hair elastic. [7]  Do not close round. [45]

Pictures 7 and 8

(Round 7 is optional to add picots)

Row 7:  Ch4 (counts as Sc and 3 Chs), Slst into third Ch from Hk (picot made).  Sc into next 3 Sts. [Ch3, Slst into third Ch from Hk. Sc into next 3 Sts]x13. Ch3, Slst into third ch from Hk. Slst to Ch1 at beginning or round.  Fasten off and cut yarn. 

Sew in ends.

Now for the boring stuff!!!

This pattern is free and will remain free unless it is found that this is being abused. Even free patterns have copyright. To read about my last bad experience with a limited time free pattern, please go to my blog https://auburncraftcrochet.com/2019/03/26/crochet-pattern…

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This pattern has been tested by my very capable band of testers.  If you do find an error please let me know. 

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