Little Girl Scrunchies for Tia
I was commission by Hubby's Aunt to make little girl scrunchies for her granddaughter. She wanted to pairs in yellow and peach and she wanted them to be full scrunchies. So I made these ones. Each scrunchy took me about 30 minutes, give or take, to crochet. They are about 2.5" (6 cm) in diameter. They are smaller than my normal sized scrunchies which are about twice the size.
Continue reading to discover more about each scrunchy and to see some more photos...
Crochet Ponies and Scrunchies
I am so excited to show you these amigurumi ponies and crochet little girl scrunchies, not only because I made up the pattern for these beauties and it being my first time making ponies, but because this is my first ever custom order for someone I do not personally know! As you can see from the photo there are 3 ponies and 4 pairs of scrunchies.
An adoring grandmother to a 4 year old little girl asked me to make this for her. She is also a fellow crocheter, but finds it hard to work with crochet thread. So of course, I was ever so happy to do this for her. I was first contacted by her to make the little girl scrunchies. However, when it was determined that shipping was going to be a bit pricy, she decided to have me crochet some ponies so that it not only made it worth the shipping costs, but that it also made it worth my time. How sweet is that! God bless her. She gave me complete creative freedom. Her only specifications were that the ponies and little girl scrunchies be in princess colours of pink and purple. I am so pleased to say that she is delighted with how it turned out. I can't wait to hear how her granddaughter likes them!
Each pony took me about 2 days to crochet. They are about 3.25" (8 cm) tall and long and about 1" (2.5 cm) wide. They are made with crochet cotton thread and stuffed with polyester fiberfil. The whole time I was making them and even now looking at the pictures, I felt like being a little girl again.
Each scrunchy took me about 30 minutes, give or take, to crochet. They are about 2.5" (6 cm) in diameter. They are smaller than my normal sized scrunchies which are about twice the size.
Continue reading to discover more about each piece and to see some more photos...
Crochet Scrunchy Patterns Vol. 1
"Crochet Scrunchies - 12 Original Patterns - Vol. 1"
Now you can crochet 12 original scrunchies of your very own with this first Volume of Crochet Scrunchies by Rebeckah's Treasures. Not only are these scrunchies super fun to make, they can easily be customized with beads to add that extra flare, and the patterns are really flexible as to the yarn weight and hook size you can use. These scrunchies make the perfect quick gift as they only take up to a few hours to make.
These scrunchies are worked in the round onto a ponytail band. Some of them are worked in one round, while the others are worked in two, three or four rounds.
This pattern booklet is available to purchase right here in Rebeckah's Treasures' Crochet Pattern Store. for only $3.00 USD. It contains 14 pages, and includes the photos shown here. Each individual pattern has its own page and includes photos, abbreviations, stitches used, and of course, written instructions. Also available as seasonal booklets, and a special choose 4 to customize your own booklet. Buy Crochet Scrunchies - 12 Original Patterns - Vol. 1 here.
Continue reading to see pictures of the scrunchies in more detail, to discover their names, and much more...
Now you can design your very own tapestry crochet bag like the ones pictured above with my new pattern and specially modified graph. I have listed some tapestry crochet resources below for those of you who are not familiar with this technique. Also, below are links to my patterns for the bags you see above you. Plus, the PDF version of this pattern can be downloaded below, along with a jpeg version of the graph.
Happy Designing and Crocheting Everyone!
After some seeing some people were interested in free crochet barbie clothes, I set out to make a few available. This is the third one.
This pattern is worked from the top down, and it is this method that allows for many options. Once you get to row 7, you can stop after any row. I have suggested 4 stopping points for different top lengths and 4 stopping points for dress lengths.
These tops and dress use 1-2 snap fasteners in the back. Larger views of the tops and dresses are pictured below as the pattern progresses.
For this pattern, you will need to know how to single, half double, double and treble crochet, and how to chain. You should also know how to increase and decrease stitches.
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