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Double Blooms Scrunchie: Free Crochet Pattern

Double Blooms Scrunchie: Free Crochet Pattern

January in central Virginia is cold, wet, and slushy. The skies are gray, my succulents stretched for lack of sunshine. The twinkle lights of Christmas has passed, but the golden double blooms of spring haven’t arrived yet. Spring is my season. I am a crazy person with too many passions, one of which is gardening – not vegetable gardening – flower gardening! Last year I discovered the most beautiful double head daffodils growing wild on our yard. Knowing we would be moving soon, naturally I dug up some to take with me. I can’t wait for those cheery, buttery blooms to peek up through the soil at me, wishing me a happy spring.

If you are looking for a spring pattern to keep those cool breezes off your ears, check out this spring beanie!

Double Head Daffodils

Double Head Daffodils

In the meanwhile, I decided to write a pattern based on the ruffled texture of the double blooms. Even though these scrunchies will be worn separately, when you stack them together, they mimic the texture of the inner and outer blooms of a double head daffodil! Of course, I should have made them in yellow, but I had plenty of teal in my stash. Follow the free pattern below to create your own spring inspired scrunchie! These are perfect for accenting a high ponytail or a thick braid, or for pineapple-ing thick, curly hair – which I do not have, but my sister-in-law does! I will be sending her set because she is AWESOME! Amber blogs about beauty, fashion, and self-wellness - check her out at!

Two Free Scrunchie Patterns!

Two Free Scrunchie Patterns!


Work the single crochet in the hair elastic the same way you would work them in a magic circle or a chain loop like starting a hat or a ball.

When it comes time to work the back loop only, you may find it easier to either turn your work (so the back loop becomes the front loop), or to fold the stitches worked in the front loop down out of your way, so the back loop is easily accessible.

If you use a smaller or bigger hair elastic, or maybe a lighter yarn, you can still make the pattern! Each pattern is written in multiples of two, so as long as you start with an even number of single crochet in round one, you can continue, making them as big or small as you need!

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Two hair elastics, I used these

Some velvet yarn scraps (I used Premier Yarns Parfait in Blueberry which is a 5 weight)

Hook size H/8 5.00mm

Tapestry Needle to weave in ends



Ch – chain

Sl st – slip stitch

Sc – single crochet

Hdc – half double crochet

Dc – double crochet

Tc – treble crochet


Work in back loop only

Work in front loop only

Free Scrunchie Crochet Patterns!

Free Scrunchie Crochet Patterns!

Pattern (in U.S. terms)

Inner Blossom:

Rnd 1: Sc 42 around Scruncii

Rnd 2: 2 sc in front loop only (84 sc), join

Rnd 3: Sl St to remaining back loop of Rnd 1, 2 sc in remaining back loop around (84 sc), join. Fasten off, weave in ends.


Free Crochet Scrunchie Patterns!

Free Crochet Scrunchie Patterns!

Outer Blossom:

Rnd 1: Sc 32 around Scruncii

Rnd 2: Worked in front loop only, (sc, ch 3, sc) in first stitch, sc in next stitch, *(sc, ch3, sc) in next stitch, sc in next stitch* repeat around, join. (14 ch 3 spaces)

Rnd 3: Sl st to ch 3 sp, *(sc, hdc, dc, tc, dc, hdc, sc) in ch 3 sp* repeat in each ch 3 sp. Join. (14 petals)

Rnd 4: Sl St to remaining back loop of Rnd 1, working in remaining back loops from Rnd 1, sc in first stitch, (sc, ch3, sc) in next stitch, *sc in next st, (sc, ch3, sc) in next stitch* repeat around. Join. (14 ch 3 spaces) Note: The chain 3 spaces of this round should line up the sc of Rnd 2, so the petals will not line up directly, but alternate around.

Rnd 5: Repeat Rnd 3. Join. Fasten off, weave in ends.

Please remember, I offer these patterns for free. Please do not copy, distribute, sell, or otherwise seek to profit from the written pattern. You are, of course, welcome to sell any items you make using this pattern. If you make a Double Blossom Scrunchie Set, please tag me on Instagram or share it to my Facebook group!

Don’t forget to check out my other free crochet patterns!

Two Free Crochet Scrunchie Patterns!

Two Free Crochet Scrunchie Patterns!

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