Some of you may remember a while back I made my Wrapped in Love beanie. I labored over that bow for what seemed like weeks. It wasn’t particularly hard, but I had never seen a bow like I had pictured in my mind, so I set out to make one. I was totally surprised at the abundance of positive comments it received. Many just wanted the bow, but I have a hard time selling one tiny item like that, so I set out to make a variety of sizes.
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Finished Size: assorted sizes (mini, 2″, 3″, 4″, 5.5″, royal bow)
Yarn: Sugar ‘n Cream (#4 worsted cotton)
Hook: Size H/8 (5 mm). Change hook size to get correct gauge if needed.
Notions: Yarn Needle
Difficulty: Advanced Beginner
Gauge: not important for these bows
blo – back loop only
dc – double crochet
hdc – half double crochet
sc – single crochet
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4 thoughts on “Crocheted Bows”
>Now, that is one great bow! I will be anxiously awaiting the hat so I can hook the whole look! ~KellyunDeniably Domestic
>I think the big bow looks great! It seems like a similar design idea would look good as a cowl/scarf as well. What do you think?
>Thanks ladies!CrochetBlogger, I had the same thought. It's on my list of 'things to create'. Hopefully soon!
>The bows look nice. I have one daughter that is in to wearing things like this.