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Bouncy Hair Ties

Do you remember your pigtails being tied with these fun Bouncy Hair Ties? This sweet and retro free crochet pattern is sure to please all the little girls in your life. The crochet hair ties work up insanely fast, so you can make them in all the colors of the rainbow. These would make great stocking stuffers or birthday gifts. You could even make them to adorn gift packages, and then the recipient has an extra little surprise! Be prepared to be asked where you got them, because these Bouncy Hair Ties are super cute!


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Use a bunch of spirals in place of a Pom Pom on your beanie or slouch hat

This is one of the easiest projects possible. Ive started both my senior students and granddaughters on these as they are a natural extension of making chains. But I do beg to differ with the author that you cant mess these up. Oh, yes, you can. Ive done it and had to pull out plenty of yarn. The spirals can also get twisted the wrong way. But its still a fun project!

These are just adorable. Wish I had this pattern sooner but still my grand daughters play soccer and wear their hair in a pony most of the time. We can match these up with their uniform and maybe even make them for the team. I better check my stash and get started, spring is not far away.

I made a million of these !! I absolutely adore them! My niece (and even me growing up) always wore bobbles in our hair when whomever used to braid our hair and on fresh braids trying to sleep with those bobbles HURT! These are a great alternative to bobbles and fresh change to the typical ribbons. I love these ribbons in pastel colours. But works just as nicely with bold deep colors. Hairstyles are limitless with these Can have them at the top of a ponytail or even on the ends of a braid. Picture day here we come !

My Grand children love these Bouncy Hair Ties. I have made many of these in different colors and the kids love wearing them in their hair. I recommend still using hair bands for the ones with thick hair or you'll have a hard time keeping these in even after wrapping it a few times. These are so easy to make and so cute. Thank you so much for posting this free pattern.

judith, once you make your 2HDC in the 2nd Chain from the hook you want to make 2 HDC in each STitch across to the end of the chain. when you do your 2HDC in every stitch of the chain you will see it start to spiral because they are so close.

I wish you had a tutorial on this, because I'm just not quite getting what you mean by "in each ST across (first spiral), in the 2nd step after the chain. I did the chain, then the 2 HDC in the 2n CH from hook, but I don't see a spiral forming nor do I understand "in each ST across" means. Help please.


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