"Crocheted Hair Scrunchie"

This pretty hair scrunchie is quick and easy to make and will compliment any outfit. Make one to match your child’s school uniform or any other outfit. I have decorated this one with pearl beads and silver sequins. This can be varied for a different effect by using different colored and shaped beads or even by working the last row in a contrasting color.

For more free hair accessory patterns to crochet, go to – Picot Edge Hair Scrunchie.

If the terminology used in this pattern differs from what you're used to, check my equivalency tables for easy conversion.


All stitches used in my Hair Accessory Pattern are clearly explained in my e-book “CROCHET MADE EASY”. More information on my e-book contents page.

Materials: 1 hair band [approx. 5cm or 2ins. diameter],5ply knitting cotton [black], 2.50mm crochet hook, sequins and beads to decorate [11 of each], sewing needle and black cotton.

Stitches: Slip Stitch, Double Crochet, Treble, Chain, Half Treble.


Attach yarn to hair tie by working 1dc over band.

1st Round: Work 43dc into ring, finishing with 1ss into 1stdc. [44 sts] Be sure to work these foundation dc loosely.

2nd Round: Work 1ch, 1dc into join. *2dc into next stitch, repeat from* to end of round, finishing with 1ss into first ch.

3rd Round: *Work 4ch, miss 3dc, 1dc into next dc, repeat from* to end of round finishing with 2ch, 1tr into first ch.

4th Round: Work 3ch, 1tr, 1htr, 1dc into space below hook, *1dc, 1htr, 3tr, 1htr, 1dc into next sp, repeat from * to end of round finishing with 1dc, 1htr, 1tr into first sp, join with 1ss into 3rd of 1st 3ch. Fasten off.

Using needle and cotton, attach pearl beads and sequins alternately to outer edge of center tr of each shell.

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