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Curly Hair Bows

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Crochet some bright and curly hair bows to tie around a ponytail. These beginner crochet bows can also be made into bookmarks or key chains.

How to Make Bows, Hair Pins and More: 33 DIY Hair Accessories

 

 

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Easy Curl Hair Bows

Materials:

  • Yarn: Caron International's Simply Soft Brites 1 skein color of your choice
  • Crochet hook size G (4.0 mm)


Instructions:

Crochet chain 14 stitches.
Working in the top loop of each chain work 6 double crochets in the fourth chain from the hook.
Work 7 double crochets in each remaining chain (there should be ten more chains left.)  Keep your hook in the final loop.  You should have a nice curlicue shape.
With the crochet hook in a loop at the top of the curlicue, chain 30 more stitches.  
Now you are going to create another curlicue.  Work 6 double crochets in the fourth chain from the hook. 
Work 7 double crochets in the next 10 chain stitches.  There should be about 15 chain stitches in between the curlicues.  Use this area to tie around a pony tail.
Cut the yarn off, pull the yarn through the final yarn loop and finish the project by weaving the loose string through the curlicue. 

Please note:
You can tie this around a pony tail like a hair bow.  
You can make matching curlicue hair bows for pig tails.
If you want a longer curlicue just plan to do the double crochets over a few more chain stitches.   You will need fewer chain stitches if you want a short curlicue.

 

 

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