The post uses affiliate links, click here for more info.
Last week we had the Boy’s birthday party. I was so nervous. What if the kids hate the games? What if they hate the food (cupcakes, go figure)? What if they get bored, or my son decides he hates the whole thing? Luckily, it went quite well, all the kids had fun, and the stress and worry was for nothing. With that out of the way, I am excited to get back to designing! I have a fun and fancy pattern coming up next week, but I wanted to release this pattern first. These cute crochet bows will be embellishing next week’s creation. I loved how they turned out so much that I wanted them to have their own post.
The good thing about these bows is that they are shaped like a bow before the middle is wrapped. You don’t need to pinch and wrap, hoping it turns out okay (I am not the best bow-maker with fabric, paper, ribbon or much else).
These cute crochet bows work up so quick and the applications are endless. A bow garland in a baby’s room would be so adorable, or you could embellish slippers and crochet boots, hats or hair bands and clips.
Cute Crochet Bows
What you need:
- Size G Hook (4.25 mm) (my favorite hooks)
- Medium Weight Yarn (Knit Picks Brava and Might Stitch
- Yarn Needle (to weave in ends)
Brava – Seashell and Dove Heather
Might Stitch – Navy, Conch, Oyster and Mint
Dc in 3rd ch from hook. Dc 3. Hdc. Sc. Sl st. Sc. Hdc. Dc 4. Turn. (13 sts)
Ch 2. Dc in same st. Dc 3. Hdc. Sc. Sl st. Sc. Hdc. Dc 4. Turn.
Tie off. Weave in ends.
How will you use your cute crochet bows?
Show me whatcha got! Join the Whistle and Ivy Facebook Group.
You might like these simple patterns as well:
Check out these too!