Two-Toned Crochet Scrunchie Pattern

A quick, easy, and brand new free crochet pattern: the two-toned crochet scrunchie pattern! Hint: use up your leftover yarn with this stash-buster!

I gotta be honest…I’m glad scrunchies are back in style. I love what a quick make they are! They’re also one of the first things I crocheted when I was younger.

I know a lot of people love velvet scrunchies, but I wanted to design a scrunchie that used lightweight yarn.

I used fingering and DK weight yarn to crochet both of these scrunchies, and I love the way they turned out!

Two-Toned Crochet Scrunchie Pattern (Free & Easy!)

HOW ARE THEY MADE?

Before we get to the actual pattern, let’s talk about how these scrunchies are made!

It’s really very simple. All you’ll need is a regular stretchy hair band, and small amount of yarn!

We’ll work around the hair band with a whole lot of dc, and then we’ll do another special round to create the two-toned effect.

There is also a bonus pattern for a sparkly scrunchie. This one is simpler and only requires 1 round! The yarn is what makes this one unique.

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THE YARN

Speaking of yarn, let me show you what I used!

For the two-toned scrunchie, I used yarn from Knit Picks. I love all their fingering yarn, but for this design I used Stroll Fingering.

For the Sparkly scrunchie, I used a sport weight yarn from Lion Brand called Vanna’s Glamour. This yarn really makes the scrunchie 😍

P.S. My little sister absolutely loves wearing these scrunchies! See below…

Two-Toned Crochet Scrunchie Pattern—Free Crochet Pattern

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Two-Toned Crochet Scrunchie Pattern

OK—now that we’ve covered those details, let’s finally get on with the pattern itself!!

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NOTES: 

  1. Ch 3 at beginning of rounds counts as dc
  2. These scrunchies are meant to use up your leftover yarn! Small amounts of fingering or sport weight will work perfectly.

MATERIALS: 

  • Scrunchie #1: Fingering weight yarn (I used Knit Picks Stroll and Chroma).
  • I/5.5mm crochet hook
  • Scrunchie #2: Sport weight yarn (I used Vanna’s Glamour Yarn).
  • J/6mm Crochet Hook 
  • Stretchy hair band

ABBREVIATIONS/STITCHES USED (U.S.) 

Chain – ch

Single crochet – sc

Double Crochet – dc

Back post double crochet – bpdc

Repeat – rep

Round(s) – rnd(s)

Skip – sk

Space(s) – sp(s)

Stitch(es) – st(s)

Instructions:

Scrunchie #1 (Two Toned)

Using fingering weight yarn and smaller hook, make a slip stitch around the hair band. 

Rnd 1: Ch 3 (counts as dc). Work 78 dc around the hair band. Please note: you can make the ruffles more or less pronounced by doing more or less dc around. You don’t have to feel stuck to this number.

Join with a sl st to beg ch-3, fasten off color A. 

Rnd 2: Join color B with a sl st around the back post of any dc. Ch 3, Bpdc around the post of each dc around. Join with a sl st to beginning ch 3. Fasten off & weave in ends.

Scrunchie #2 (Sparkly)

Using sport weight yarn and larger hook, make a slip stitch around the hair band. 

Rnd 1: Ch 3, work 78 dc around the scrunchie, join with a sl st to beginning ch 3. Fasten off and weave in ends. 

Just like the other scrunchie, you can make the ruffles more or less pronounced by adding or taking away dc!

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