Crochet Velvet Scrunchies

A few posts back I had a free pattern for Knit and Crochet Scrunchies using Carone Pantone Bamboo Yarn.  Since then I have been knitting and crocheting with velvet yarn and thought I should share my pattern for those.

I have made a few scrunchies using different brands of velvet yarn and I find that I like the Bernant Velvet the best, it doesn’t seem to shed as much as other brands, it has a lot of great color options and it is just the right weight yarn for a scrunchie.

Crochet Velvet Scrunchie Pattern 


H8 or I9 Crochet Hook (it depends on the brand velvet you use) I like the H8 with Bernat Velvet

 Yarn Used: Bernat Baby Velvet Yarn Bernat Velvet Yarn

Elastic Hair Band

Scissors  and a Tapestry or Darning Needle

Tie yarn onto Elastic Hair Tie leaving at least 3″ – 5″ as a tail.

Chain 3, then do 60 Treble Crochet Stitches into the Hair Tie. Join at the top of the Chain 3 with a slip stitch.

Cut Yarn leaving a 3″ x 5″ Tail, pull through slipped stitch and weave in ends.

I also shot a little video on how I made these

Visit my Etsy Shop for Printable Scrunchies Wraps.

If you try making these crochet velvet scrunchies I would love to see them, please share with me on Instagram, you can tag your post with @savlabot or use #savlabot

Happy Making, Savla

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6 thoughts on “Crochet Velvet Scrunchies

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  3. Jane Talboys says:

    I didn’t see this pattern but inspired by the knit pattern I crocheted a scrunchie using fine cotton 4PLY for a softer more flexible end result.

    Round 1. Single crochet into band as many stitches as possible pushing them close together by stretching the band and letting them crinkle up together maybe 90st
    Round 2. Make 2 trebles in each stitch… again stretch the band to easier see the stitches
    Round 3. As round 2
    Keep going until it is as big as you like….
    These take longer than yours but nice to do while watching TV

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