Crochet Hair Scrunchies

crochet hair scrunchies
I was doing some house keeping in my craft room last few days, only to find out that I have so many left over yarns from my previous knitting and crocheting projects, oh dear!!! What am I going to do with them, I can’t just throw them away? They are neither enough to knit into garments, nor I can combine all of them to make one…. the colors are just “repulsive” when come together :p Since I am keeping long hair, why not make them into some hairbands!!!! You know, time is bad and I have to save a little when come to handicraft :p

crochet pretty hair scrunchies

I took some rubber hairbands and started to crochet, just a simple pattern. With combination of some yarns, I have made a few of hair scrunchies in just an hour 🙂 I also showed the yarns I used for each hair scrunchies I have made.

hair scrunchies pattern

My daughter likes the pink hair scrunchies the best but her hair is too short to put them on. I let her keep it, she can use it when her hair is long enough 🙂

If you want to try one, you just need to prepare some yarns, 5mm (8/0) crochet hook and a rubber hairband. Follow the photos and the instruction written just below the photo, you should be able to get one done very fast.

hair scrunchies crochet pattern

DIY hair scrunchies

furry hair scrunchies

{CLICK HERE to get the Crochet Hair Scrunchies Pattern.}

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  1. I luv all the handbands you made. They are simply gorgeous! But sad thing is I dun keep long hair and no daughter too. 🙁

    Btw, your first photo looks so professional with beautfiful composition too! Well done!

  2. Very pretty hairbands but like the other poster, I don’t have long hair anymore.

  3. This is a great, easy pattern and gives me something to do with all that “left over” yarn!! I also have long hair so these will be used a LOT – Thanks Joanne!!

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  5. Yes! Agreed with LK, your composition of this pic is great! Well done! Let me figure out how to make this hairband…. 🙂

  6. Thanks for linking to me! 🙂

  7. These are quite lovely–I do not have long hair but my daughter does AND she loves the scrunchie look!!! She will receive many for her birthday!!!

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  9. I would really like to make some of these for grandchildren, but I’m not able to get to the pattern at all. Instead of 4 pictures, I only get one picture and there is no “next” to click on. Can this be corrected?

  10. I did the above to find the pattern, but it’s still not there–anywhere.. Help?

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  12. i’m into crochet lately..been doing a first it was only for my daugther’s use and eventually earn a small profit from eould you feel if i sell the finished products?

  13. I cannot bring up directions to make this simple hairband. I only get follow rows 3&4, I don’t get the beginning of the instructions. help! thank you

  14. Hello,

    Is this pattern available on Ravelry? Thanks!

  15. Love these scrunchies! I have a ton of hair ties laying around that I don’t wear because the color is weird so now I can make scrunchies from them! Took me barely any time to make one and was so easy, thank you so much 🙂

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