Crochet Fourth of July Hair Bows
Around here we love hair bows. My daughter is 8 now so she loves to wear hair bows just about every day. Have you seen the Jojo Siwa hair bows? My daughter is obsessed with those! They are these really cute, huge bows that kids are wearing. Anyways, I wanted to crochet some hair bows for her for the Fourth of July. These are super easy to make. I made three of them in a couple of hours.
Here is the pattern!
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Yarn: Red- By Red Heart
Yarn: Americana Yarn- By Red Heart
Hair Clips (I used this French Barrette Style)
Dc- Double Crochet
Sc- Single Crochet
Ch 12 to start
Row 1: Dc in the second ch from hook and across. Chain 2 and turn.
Row 2-10: Dc across. There will always be 12 dc across including the ch 2 Turn.
At the end of row 10, finish off.
Go around the whole rectangle with a sc. Place 3 sc in each corner.
The finished piece will look like the following:
Gather up the rectangles and ping in the middle:
Cut a length of about 24 inches of a color you would like to wrap around the bow. Place the hair clip over the bow. Wrap it around the center of the bow and tie a knot. Use the yarn needle to tuck in the ends. I like to remove the center part, wrap the yarn around and then put it back on the clip.
I also like to add same glue to keep it in place. I use my hot glue gun.
Here is the final product, in use!
What do you think? Would you make a hair bow like this or any other crocheted one? I would love to hear!
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