Hair Flower No-Slip Clips

Hair Flower No-Slip Clips

Hair Flower No-Slip Clips
Hair Flower No-Slip Clips

"These crochet flower hair clips are a great stash buster! They work up fast and make great gifts. Flowers are about 2 inches in circumference, depending on the yarn weight. Double-prong hair clips and ribbon are used for the clip portion. Instructions are included to make the clips into "no-slip" clips, so that they stay put. Buttons are glued on for a cute added touch! Hot glue and hot glue gun are needed to complete this project."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn WeightOther

Crochet GaugeGauge is not essential to this project.

Materials List

  • Yarn (any size is fine, may need to adjust hook size)
  • Scissors
  • Double Prong Hair Clips
  • 3/8 inch wide Ribbon (satin or grosgrain work great)
  • Button (around 5/8 inch)
  • Butane Lighter (for sealing edges of ribbon)
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Hot Glue Sticks

Instructions and Assembly

Pictures are included to aid with construction and assembly. Flowers are worked in-the-round.

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These cute little flowers work up in no time at all and can be used for everything from hair ties to appliques on bags, etc. You could even use them to decorate presents. I think they would be cute on little girls shoes and hats. I would add a few stitches to hold the button and clip in place. Glue will let go over time.

These are too cute. What a great stash buster project this is. I have tons of buttons that I have been saving for years now and have got quite the collection. These are so quick and easy to make and take so little material that it would make a great item for a school or scout fundraiser.

I can see the possibilities for ALL holidays with these hair clips. This is truly a crafting project, not just a crochet project. You will have to have some type of experience with other crafting techniques. However, she does give a pretty straightforward explanation for us.

This is a very nice pattern for button flowers, but Im not completely sold on the ribbon covering for the clips themselves. If positioned properly, the clip shouldnt be visible at all. Secondly, I would worry about the ribbon actually staying glued to the clip. I havent found hot glue to be that reliable when using mixed materials. Otherwise this is a great idea for a scrapbuster.

Ohh these are so pretty. I know a ten year old little girl with long hair that will love getting some of these. Especially if they come from her grand mother. She gets so excited when I give her something I made for her. This is easy and so cute, thank you for sharing.

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